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Following the Russian incursion into Ukraine, the entire world is fixated, perhaps obsessively so, on rolling news. Why is this?
Zimarina Sarwar reminds us why Afghanistan is known as “The Graveyard of Empires”
100 years after the fall of the last caliphate, the Chairman of Executive Committee of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, Dr Abdul Wahid sits down with Salman for a very special podcast to discuss all things Khilafah.
I’ve experienced living in war zones in Bosnia, Afghanistan, and Syria, but I’ve never seen people behave the way they have in Britain following the coronavirus outbreak, writes Moazzam Begg.
A father; a husband; a statesman; a judge; a peacemaker; a teacher; a warrior; a counsellor; and on top of all this, he was the final prophet and the greatest of all creation.
“And when the girl who was buried alive is asked. For what sin she was killed?”
Ironically by being captured, Wing Commander Abhinandan may well have averted a war fuelled by jingoism and irresponsible rhetoric.
Should brown people’s Britishness be dependent on good behaviour?
Recent drone sightings over Gatwick Airport plunged it into chaos. Are Britons now ready to care about drones?