These days, we think of “sacking” to mean being out of a job. Historically, the term also referred to looting, plundering, or pillaging.
#Aqsa is the barometer of the Muslim Ummah. When Muslims are strong, Jerusalem is safe for all. Ahmed Hammuda charts the historical and theological transfer of the ‘Promised Land’ from one group of believers to another.
After coining “Farangism Studies” to unmask western modernity in his first article, Mirza Safwat is back with a closer look at the polytheistic, pagan roots of popular western atheism.
Jahangir Mohammed joins us this week on the Unscripted podcast to talk about the idea behind the new think tank Ayaan Institute.
Moazzam Begg writes on the life and legacy of Zaynab al-Ghazali and why you need to know about her
On this week’s Unscripted we’re joined by a pair of history communicators, Dr Stef Keris and Abu Zakariya.
Sh Ali Hammuda introduces a new collaborative series with Dr Uthman Lateef, Ust Fatima Barkatulla, Sh Bilal Ismail, Moazzam Begg, Dilly Hussain, and many more on a very important theme
Did you know ‘Umar b. al Khattab was accused of burning down the Alexandrian Library?
“It isn’t atheism per se that the apostate Muslim is embracing,” writes sociologist Mirza Safwat. “It isn’t an intellectual matter but a civilizational one; it needs to be understood not philosophically but sociologically…”
In this short article, I would like to share some historical notes about Islam’s first connections with Sub-Saharan (i.e. Black) Africa.