Today marks 99 years since the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate, heralding one of the darkest chapters in history, argues Dilly Hussain.
This year, we mark the centenary of the fall of the Ottoman Sultanate; it is essential that we reflect upon this defining moment in history.
This day (3rd March) in 1924 marked the official abolishment of the last khilafah, and the world was ushered into an era it had never seen before…
“It’s time to stop blaming Britain, the Arabs or Zionists”, argues Jahangir Mohamed, as he gives an alternate history of the fall of the Ottoman Caliphate.
Abid Mohammed gives us a surprising history of Muslims spearheading public immunisation, and how one Muslim Caliph in particular dealt with reluctance to vaccines in his time…
Bediüzzaman Said Nursi and his humble students gave their lives to plant a seed from which Turkey still enjoys the fruits; the seed of a true Islamic revival.
When world news overflows with negativity around Islam and Muslims, it is even more important to pause and embrace the moments of celebration.
Prof Ali Güneş argues that today’s Muslim leaders should apply a policy of unity spearheaded by Sultan Abdul Hamid II almost a century ago
“Be aware of key moments in history in order to understand the Ummah’s current position today…”
The FIFA World Cup’s Group B echoes a major event in world history, recalls Z A Rahman