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Anatomy of a House Muslim

57 years ago today, Malcolm X delivered a historic speech that would introduce a valuable reality to our collective vocabulary...

The Christchurch Terrorist Was Not a Lone Wolf

A lecturer in politics dissects the Christchurch New Zealand terrorist Brenton Tarrant's "manifesto"...

Face to Face: Muslim Integration

ʿAbd Allāh Thomson dispels common myths about Muslims and so-called "integration".

A Journey to loving our Prophet ﷺ

Sh Abu Rumaysah's translation and commentary of the famous Shamā'il al-Tirmidhi

Kanye West should learn about the Islamic uprisings of African slaves

Kanye West stooped to new lows when he suggested that 400 years of slavery was a “choice”

A Tale of Two Terrors: Osborne & Adebolajo

A discourse analysis of Muslim and non-Muslim "terror"...

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America sees its 18th school shooting so far in 2018 – not “terrorism”?

Some are asking why the word "terrorism" is not used to describe widespread mass shootings like that in Florida yesterday...

Why I won’t cry about hijab bans

The women’s dress-code for employment agency Portico published last year, stated: What we like to see: Makeup worn at all times and regularly reapplied, with a minimum of: Light blusher; Lipstick or tinted gloss; Mascara; Eye shadow; Light foundation/powder. Heel height normally a minimum of 2 inches and maximum of 4 inches, unless otherwise agreed

Reflecting on ‘Between the World and Me’

Reflecting on Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates “When I finished reading this book, I realised that I’m still actually quite racist.” These were the words spoken to me by a white doctor of Anthropology who has spent her life defending black men facing the death penalty in the