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Editorial

Life and the Second Law of Thermodynamics: An Unfinished Debate

Though not in the strict sense of the physicists, but, implicitly, life defies the second law of thermodynamics.

Human Rights

Has the UN Failed Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims?

The UN leadership in Myanmar tried to stop the Rohingya rights issue being raised with the government, sources in the UN and aid community told the BBC.

Feature

Women’s Role in Islam of the Past

A speech delivered by Dr. Muhammad Akram Nadwi, on the foundational role of women in Islam.

Editorial

Excessive Love of the World

We need to fight out the greatest of all Fitan, that strikes almost every individual, viz. ignorance of the Qur’an & Sunnah and excessive love of the world.

Contemporary Issue

You Want a Picture of the Future? Imagine a Boot Stamping on Your Face

Those who remain convinced that all of the bad things happening in the police state, are happening to other people, will have to wake up.

Science

An Overview of the Body’s Amazing, Irreducibly Complex Systems

Look at yourself in the mirror, and wonder.

Book Review

The Lies of 9/11 Miracle Workers

David Ray Griffin is not alone in his assessment that 9/11 was an inside job done to legitimize disastrous policies at home and abroad.

Human Rights

A Shameful Silence: Where is the Outrage Over the Slaughter of Civilians in Mosul?

Why has there not been more outcry over the destruction of west Mosul?

Editorial

An Evil Foreboding?

Lack of enthusiasm for life and its activities, chronic laziness, lethargy, and negativity, are diseases that seem to have struck the Ummah at a wide scale.

Editorial

The Fall and Fall

Today, the West’s leading nation is a full-blown projection of a picture that was precisely drawn in the past by its own outspoken leaders.

Editorial

Evolution and its Adversaries (Part-13)

It is being said that perhaps transposition is responsible in a large part for the appearance of new species. But the proof is yet to come.

Editorial

Evolution and Its Adversaries (Part 12)

Differentiation is a process in development of a multicellular organism by which cells become specialized for particular functions.

Contemporary Issue

‘Barbarism in Words and Deeds:Barbarism of Imperial Wars is Unmatched’

In ancient Greece, the barbarians were those outside of the empire who did not speak the language of civilization. Today, the barbarians emerge from…

Editorial

The Response

What has been the response of the Muslim world to the warnings and admissions of Western intellectuals with regard to the strengths of Islam?

Opinion

Human Psychology: The Delusion ‘I Am Not Responsible’

One of the details to be learned by understanding human psychology is how a person’s unconscious fear works in a myriad of ways.