Tag: PHARAOH

Islamic Thought 14 Min Read

Have you reached the critical limit?

When you end up at the critical limit at various points in life, divine care is always sure to follow!

Politics 10 Min Read

Palestine is a global battleground for truth and justice

Ahmed Hammuda discusses Palestine and the five pillars of injustice through archetypes found in the time of Prophet Mūsā.

News 7 Min Read

Egyptian tyrant Sisi nominates himself in electoral farce

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will "contest" a third presidential term in December, despite victory being a foregone conclusion.

Ashura Latest Seasonal Reminders 6 Min Read

Prophet Mūsa’s message of advocacy to the Ummah

Activists and advocates can learn from the example of Prophet Mūsa by looking at his strive and struggle against persecution and oppression.

Speaking Truth to Power

The problem is not the unjust power, but rather the society that condones their rule by staying silent

Thoughts From Auschwitz

Dr Uthman Lateef's reflections from his recent trip to Auschwitz...

The Birmingham Fragments: a profound message to Britain we failed to deliver

In October this year, the University of Birmingham will showcase one of its greatest treasures – the recently discovered manuscripts of pages of the Qur’ān, thought to be the oldest in the world. For the Muslims, though it may be uplifting to ponder that the verses have been written by someone

Prepare O Muslims, for turbulent times ahead

The Prayer of the Persecuted The Children of Israel, living under the evil dictatorial regime of the Pharaoh, continue to be oppressed. The Pharaoh has enslaved them, killed their sons, and humiliated them without any respite. All this, merely because they chose to believe in the One Almighty Allāh, and

“Terrorists threaten to overthrow Pharaoh!”

Today's Pharaonic labelling system Mūsa (ʿalayhi al-Salām) returns to Egypt from Madyan. Informed by his lord that he has been chosen for a huge mission, Mūsa is set to confront the evil Pharaoh, the man who transgresses all boundaries set by Allāh. His task: to go with his brother Hārūn,