Tag: POEM

Opinion Poetry 3 Min Read

An Artist’s Life: Through A Dusty Lens

A poem by dedicated to #mentalhealthweek

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Opinion Poetry Propagation 15 Min Read

“My Brother You Are Free” – Remembering Sayyid Qutb’s Farewell Poem

Today marks 54 years since Sayyid Qutb's martyrdom (rahimahullāh). Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the most famous poems he composed while waiting to be executed.

Europe Featured Latest Islamic Politics UK 6 Min Read

An Eloquent Rhyme for a Troubling Time

Allow me to share a melody, a symphony of smoke screens and tyranny, Marginalising a people till they are left with no humanity, subject to abuse...devoid of sanity. A phobia widespread, filled with anarchy; poisonous rhetoric and barbarity, Cleverly disguised as a means to force agendas and the accumulation of

Politics US 2 Min Read

Malala: Dinner list. Everyone else: Kill list.

If only she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize “Maezol Khan was a bright one” sighed the family of Chugtais ~ If only he could have his disfigured figure re-figured Too late for young Luqman, those deadly strikes the joystick triggered ~ If only she could fly to New York and hold Ban Ki Moon’s hand But young Ayesha lies deep beneath

America Comment Current Affairs Iraq Middle East Poetry Politics Special Syria US 4 Min Read

Thank you, O`Bomber

America and her allies have succeeded.    They’ve finally found a reason to show their true might, Wiping out ‘extremists’ from the skies at night.    With her coalition of Kings ridding the country of this terror threat. All of a sudden the whole country has to pay the so