On the grand reopening of Masjid Aya Sophia, Ottoman historian Dr Yakoob Ahmed discusses the history and broader Eurocentric discourses surrounding the Hagia Sophia, Islamic history and conquest.
Moazzam Begg & Dr Uthman Lateef talk Srebrenica
“The battle determined the question which of the two civilisations, the Chinese or the Muslim, should predominate in the land…”
Join us this week on a special Unscripted podcast with Adnan Rashid.
This history which consists of 1,300 years of vast territorial expansion, economic prosperity and intellectual enlightenment is also known for its civil wars, dynastic power struggles and instances of oppressive rule, writes Dilly Hussain
“…the Muslims were welcomed by a large proportion of the ruling aristocracy and the Jews.”
For many of us, it can be quite difficult to find a role model for our younger children to genuinely connect with.
With the current global trend of persecuting scholars who refuse to sway on issues of Islām and moral justice, Imam Ashraf Dabous re-aligns our focus with some of the messages and promises found within the Qur’ān…
The FIFA World Cup’s Group B echoes a major event in world history, recalls Z A Rahman
A teacher in a school for Rohingya refugees writes of the children’s inspirational resilience due to their īmān. SubhānAllāh…