Opinion 13 Min Read

Students are the vanguard of justice today

By leading anti-genocide protests for Gaza, students are sparking institutional change against oppression.

Trials Transformed 4 Min Read

The Battle of Badr — Faith vs. Force

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn about the greatest military engagement in our history, the Battle of Badr.

Trials Transformed 5 Min Read

Salāh al-Dīn liberated Jerusalem with honour

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn from Salāh al-Dīn al-Ayyūbī and his approach to conquering Jerusalem.

“Israel”: A Nearing End? [Khutbah]

Indeed, the path to liberation is long, and you and I may never see the end. But thank Allah, for what you saw in the last weeks was undoubtedly the beginning.

Current Affairs Featured Islamic Thought Opinion Propagation Women 18 Min Read

Cuties on Netflix: Twerking towards Corporate Paedophilia

#CancelNetflix may be trending, but its "Cuties" film is just the tip of the child-sexualisation iceberg, Zimarina Sarwar explains

Ramadān: the Month of Heroes & Victory

Ramadan is not only famous for fasting but for victories that changed the course of history.

Asia Featured History India Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Politics Propagation 17 Min Read

Glad tidings of Hind

In a current period of turmoil for Muslims in India, Z A Rahman brings a message of hope from prophetic words regarding Hind.

Tariq Ibn Ziyad: Invader or Liberator?

"...the Muslims were welcomed by a large proportion of the ruling aristocracy and the Jews."

Islam: A Manifesto of Liberation

"No one is truly free unless he devotes himself totally to God, liberating himself from servitude to anyone, anything, or any value." Sayyid Qutb

Fasting: a Revolt Against the Modern Condition

In 1960 Tunisia's secularist president Bourguiba asked the esteemed scholar Ibn ʿĀshūr to issue a fatwa to abandon fasting for its impact on the economy. Ibn ʿĀshūr went on public radio and responded…