Tag: KHALIFAH

To Vax or not to Vax | Sh Abu Eesa on Unscripted #70

Confused about the vaccine? We put all the questions and doubts we found to expert Sh Abu Eesa Niamatullah in this special Unscripted episode.

Preserving Islam’s Scholarly Independence

Between politicised religious institutions and tempting salaries, how did Islam’s scholars maintain their independence?

Understanding the Caliphate: Between Romanticism and Cynicism

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

Is David Cameron OK with “an” Islamic State then?

On Wednesday 20 April 2016, David Cameron defamed Imām Sulaiman Ghani from Tooting at Prime Minister's Questions as an "IS supporter" - a popular acronym for ISIS. Downing Street's Press Office later clarified that Mr Cameron really meant Imām Ghani supported "an" Islamic state. The basis of this claim, Downing Street

Longing for a leader like ʿUmar (raḍiy Allāhu ʿanhu)

Longing for a Leader like ‘Umar On one particular Friday the Khatīb, as usual, spoke of the calamity in Syria. He did not deliver anything new per say, nor did he decorate his sermon with touching accounts or colourful imagery. It was when he invoked the famous words of ʿUmar