Today, we mark 21 years since the start of the devastating Gujarat Genocide of 2002, when 150,000 were displaced, and 2,000 mostly Muslim people were killed.
In February 2020, Delhi Police began facilitating or allowing the torture, displacement, or murder of around 2,000 Muslims, at the hands of Hindutva mobs.
Arthur’s death should serve as a bitter reminder about our collective human responsibility towards each other.
Do assassinations change history?
The Spectacle of Suffering & Learning to Empathise The image of Aylan Kurdi, of a forlorn three year old boy…
As yet another slaughtered Syrian city enters our collective vocabulary, Daraa’s iconic tortured and killed children that sparked off the revolution should never be forgotten
A distinguished academic and imam who had the audacity to use his knowledge to help Palestinians
Dr Uthman Lateef’s reflections from his recent trip to Auschwitz…
Do you complain about the inaction of kings and presidents?
“When they sat by it” Surah al-Buruj in light of Bystanding The place of ‘witnessing’ is a salient motif in…