Just as a volcano erupts and eventually subsides, so too did the presence of Andrew Tate. But will his legacy follow the same pattern?
“There is a relationship between those who fail to subdue their desires and the fire,” writes Dr Haroon Sidat. “The fire, when fed, becomes ever more ferocious…”
Sh Haitham argues that this 1400-year-old debate will not come to an end any time soon. So what should we do?
We all know social media thrives on dispute and drama, but fear not! Ahmed Hammuda brings you 7 usūli tips we desperately need today for dealing with disagreements, to kick off our #SocialMediaWeek
Sh Sajid Umar clarifies the unprecedented fatwas for unprecedented times
If it surprises you that raising your voice above the Messenger (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) can render all of your good actions obsolete, ask yourself, who taught us that objective good that we fear becoming obsolete in the first place?
The Syrian revolution was NOT khuruj
Hundreds of prominent British Jews came out supporting Jeremy Corbyn in the face of the recent furore fomented by his opponents. But why was this largely ignored?
“We do not believe that communities should be party to their own oppression”
Boris’ blunders may have faded away from the news cycle, but if we do not push daily for our rights and interests, Boris is just the beginning…