Tag: PSYCHOLOGY

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The Psychology of Hate

Ever wondered about the deeper reasoning behind the emotion of hate? Ahmed Tomal provides some analysis.

The Problem With “Mental Health” | Imam Abdullah Hasan on Unscripted #85

In today's Unscripted episode, Imam Abdullah Hasan talks about his mission to get Muslims to unlearn colonial psychology.

Artificial Intelligence is Creating a New Madhhab

Ask yourself what your most memorable experience was of “Islamic” content or conversations online recently.

When NOT to give your Islamic reminders

When calamity strikes, giving someone an Islamic reminder does not take the place of showing basic compassion. Reminders are important and benefit the believers, yet there are times when a moment of empathy is the more appropriate response.

The Spectacle of Suffering

The Spectacle of Suffering & Learning to Empathise The image of Aylan Kurdi, of a forlorn three year old boy alone on a beach, flat down on his face as sea water lapped over and around him, appeared to wake the conscience of millions. We were confronted with ourselves, our

How do you make a terrorist?

Part 1 Introduction to the government's "science" behind what makes a terrorist Advocacy group CAGE published a groundbreaking report entitled “The Science of Pre-Crime: The Secret ‘Radicalisation’ Study Underpinning Prevent” on Thursday detailing how the "scientific" framework used to underpin the British government’s counter extremism strategy was based on flawed

Curse of the inferiority complex

Not long had passed since the drowning of the evil Pharaoh and his oppressing nation. Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿālā) had taken retribution against them for all their wrong doings towards the Prophet of Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿālā), Mūsā (ʿalayhi al-Salām), and his people, the Children of Israel. Finally, his tyrannical

Attachment Theory for Muslims

True and Everlasting Attachment The word attachment is a term used in Psychology to describe ‘an infant’s tendency to seek closeness to particular people and feel more secure in their presence” (Ernst R Hilgard and Richard C Atkinson 2000-90). John Bowlby, a leading British Psychoanalyst in Psychology, introduced this idea

Entertaining Ourselves to Death

How your daily entertainment can affect your spirituality More often than not, you will find yourself mindlessly surfing through channels to fill up the free slots in your routine; or maybe to fill up the emptiness inside. For some, the best way to unwind is with a favourite show and