Mohammed Ansar, The Guardian Tommy was much shorter than I anticipated. Surrounded by an entourage, huddled in one corner of the green room, he kept shuffling uncomfortably and throwing his shoulders back. He looked like someone who was getting ready
Click here to read part 2. Differing and disagreement… must they result in discord and disunity? Or can they be embraced as divinely-ordained diversity? Before looking at “difference” from a theological perspective, let us philosophise for a moment about the very idea of difference. When you
Hamza Mohammed, Saudi Gazette MADINAH — “Allahu Akbar (God is great) … I can see,” a Sudanese female pilgrim started yelling inside the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah. When the congregate surrounded her she told them amidst tears of joy that she has suddenly regained her eyesight which she had lo
We at 1st Ethical are currently in consultation with the Government over the introduction of our Shari’ah-compliant student finance model, but sadly, they fail to appreciate how essential it is for Muslim students nationally. We have limited time on our hands to prove that the present interest
The Guardian On Tuesday, the resignation of two of the most senior English Defence League leaders, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (AKA Tommy Robinson) and Kevin Carroll, was remarkable because of what did not happen. There was no repudiation of the EDL’s beliefs, or goa
Salon At a time when most Americans were uninformed, misinformed, or simply afraid of Islam, Thomas Jefferson imagined Muslims as future citizens of his new nation. His engagement with the faith began with the purchase of a Qur’an eleven years before he wrote the Declaration of Independence. Jeffers
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