Tag: IDENTITY

#MuslimPower: can Muslims do their own politics?

Do Muslims need to rely on non-Muslims for their political activism and alliances?

Building our Children’s Muslim Identity is Crucial

Do you want to raise children who grow into happy, connected, proud and strong Muslim adults?

The Muslim minority you never hear about

Bismillāh Alḥamdulillāh Wassalātu Wassalāmu ʿala rasūlillāh, Wa ʿala ālihi wa saḥbihī wa man wāla With deafness being the second largest disability in the UK, it is surprising that the overwhelming majority of the British public do not understand the concept of a Deaf culture. Honestly speaking, the concept seemed quite

Islam at Work – do you have a Muslim Network?

Problem: It is increasingly common to see Muslims lacking confidence about their faith, identity or association with the Muslim community especially in professional working environments. This is causing Muslims to lead double lives or, in some cases, hide any signs of their Islamic identity - whether in their name, conversation

Current Affairs Editorials 8 Min Read

Rising Above Social Issues in 2016

Scroll down for an interactive timeline of articles focusing on some of the important issues affecting society in 2016 The last year we witnessed major historical events both internationally and domestically. This past year at Islam21c we sought to bring information, guidance and solutions to our readership during these tumultuous

How do you make a terrorist?

Part 1 Introduction to the government's "science" behind what makes a terrorist Advocacy group CAGE published a groundbreaking report entitled “The Science of Pre-Crime: The Secret ‘Radicalisation’ Study Underpinning Prevent” on Thursday detailing how the "scientific" framework used to underpin the British government’s counter extremism strategy was based on flawed

The Legacy of Muhammad Iqbal

‘Allāma Iqbāl in Oldham­ A series on Muḥammad Iqbāl Part 1: On unity and identity In a quiet neighbourhood in Oldham, Greater Manchester, amidst vibrant greenery and rows of quaint houses lies 31 ‘Allama Iqbāl road. Although it may at first seem an anomaly amongst the other more ‘English’ street