Tag: PRISON

Trials Transformed 6 Min Read

Imam Ahmad’s fight against ideological corruption

In this part of the Trials Transformed series, we learn about the incredibly courageous Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal.

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Non-News 25 Min Read

Four Imams | The Rise of Fitna

Any biographer who omits the trial of Imām Aḥmad has been unforgivably deficient, for it cost him 17 years of his life.

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Non-News 31 Min Read

Four Imams | The Great Debater

Sh Ali Hammuda explores the personality, manners and worship of Imām Abū Ḥanīfa, as well as examining the remarkable intelligence that would allow him to intellectually topple his opponents in debates.

America Asia Current Affairs Featured Pakistan Politics Propagation US 8 Min Read

“The Most Wronged Woman in the World”

It was Yvonne Ridley – the British investigative journalist – who uncovered the truth about Dr Aafia Siddiqui’s whereabouts, calling her “the most wronged woman in the world”.

The Heroes of Ramadān

The Ramadan of those most in need; a lesson of strength and resilience.

Europe Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation 20 Min Read

The Lasting Legacy of Islam in Malta

  Many today question whether Islām and Muslims have a place in Europe. Yet not many of us know that Muslims ruled not only Spain but other countries in Europe like Portugal, southern France, parts of Italy, Greece and Albania. Among them was the Mediterranean island of Malta. The Invitation

Current Affairs Education Featured History India Politics UK 9 Min Read

The slander of ‘Deobandi Islām’

Suspicion is forbidden in Islām, however the irony is that under the Government’s Prevent, counter terrorism strategy, all Muslims are themselves under suspicion.  Not even little four year old children at nursery are exempt, as demonstrated by the recent 'cooker bomb' incident, which was deemed as a sign of obvious

Spirituality 20 Min Read

The Victory of the Muslim Prisoners

All praise be to Allāh, and may peace and blessings be on the messenger, his family, and companions. When al-Mamun, the Abbasid caliph, imprisoned Imām Aḥmad b. Hanbal and tortured him in order to compel him to accept the heretical belief in the ‘createdness’ of the Qur’ān, Imām Aḥmad refused