Tag: HYPOCRISY

Latest Opinion 16 Min Read

Why British Muslims are standing with Qatar

The Qatar World Cup is defying all odds as the Muslim country delivers an exceptional tournament in the face of Western criticism.

Europe Featured Latest Politics 13 Min Read

Russian invasion of Ukraine exposes hypocrisy of Western world

Following the Russian incursion into Ukraine, the entire world is fixated, perhaps obsessively so, on rolling news. Why is this?

Europe Featured Latest Opinion Politics UK 8 Min Read

What the Ukraine-Russia Conflict Tells Muslims About Their Status in the West

Muslim journalist Dilly Hussain shares implicit messages from the political and media establishment on the status and worth of Muslims in the West

Living With Hypocrisy

The Munāfiq is the most dangerous thing in the life of the Muslim

Seeing Through France’s Double Standards & Hypocrisy

Maligning Islām Under the Cover of ‘Free Speech’

The Five Pillars of Oppression

Oppression has pillars; specifically, five of them. If present, then the equation of subjugation becomes complete.

Europe Featured Opinion Politics UK 13 Min Read

The Hypocrisy of Attacking Muslim Schools for “Segregation”

"Are we to believe that segregation for the non-Muslim ruling class is okay but it has a negative impact on Muslim children?"

Six Signs of a Hypocrite

The longest Sūrah of the Qur’ān is Sūrah Al-Baqara. It is introduced by giving the characteristics of three different categories of people. The first four verses speak in description of the people of Īmān. It then goes on to describe the disbelievers in just two verses. The verses then go

When Allah Exposes Double-Standards

After 13 years of persecution, the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) was finally given permission to fight. He (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) sent out military and exploratory campaigns and expeditions against the pagans of Quraish. The scholars of history are generally agreed that a “Ghazwa” is a campaign

Spirituality 15 Min Read

The Brothers of Bal’aam

This article is an adapted translation of its original, Ikhwan Balʿām, written in Arabic by Dr. ʿAbdul ʿAzīz ʿAbdul Laṭīf. Balʿām changed from being a righteous man whose supplications were accepted into an iniquitous heretic who reneged on his faith. He was an individual who altered his righteous ways for