Today marks 99 years since the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate, heralding one of the darkest chapters in history, argues Dilly Hussain.
On Sunday the 31st July thousands across the globe in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Toronto CA, Washington DC, Auckland NZ, Johannesburg…
Shaykh Mahmud Effendi (1929-2022)
The death of an iconic scholar and spiritual guide like is not merely the loss of an individual life – which is tragedy enough for the deceased’s loved ones – but a calamity for the entire Ummah.
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.
Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the bloodiest massacres of unarmed protesters in recent world history, whose perpetrators are still at large…
“The decline of Muslims is due not to the shortcomings in Islam but to their failure to live up to Islam.”
There are many complicated and deep-rooted barriers people have to practicing Islam – at the very least don’t become one of them.
“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 week’s Islam21c Unscripted podcast, Hamza Tzortzis and Ali Dawah join us to discuss Shubuhāt (specious arguments and doubts).
Ask yourself what your most memorable experience was of “Islamic” content or conversations online recently.