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Editorial

The End

The process of slum-filling by Muslims continues.

Profile

Al-Zarqali: Astronomer and Inventor of Clocks

Al-Zarqali, also called Arzachel in the West, was an early Muslim polymath from Spain – an astronomer and engineer – whose discoveries and… more »
Society

Primary School Children in Britain Affected by Poverty

One in four families surveyed have gone without toiletries because of financial difficulties.

Human Rights

The US Record of Drone Bombings

According to Newsweek, Trump has killed more innocent civilians via drone bombings in seven months, than Obama did in eight years.

Editorial

Missing All

No one, Muslim or otherwise, should excuse themselves for missing the spiritual pleasure that Islam alone affords in the form of the Ramadan fasts.

Human Rights

‘It Feels Like Being on Death Row!’

To be Black and male in white America, with its white state violence, and its history of white supremacy is like being on death row.

Profile

Mus`ab b. `Umayr

Today, in the 21st century, how far are you ready to go for what you believe in?

Society

Urban Youth Unemployment

The workplace is changing before our eyes, with the gig economy growing while full-time, long-term employment with benefits is stagnant or shrinking.

Education

US College Degrees Lose Mystique among Asian Students

Trump, guns and access to quality education in the US has been affecting enrolment patterns in that country.

Editorial

The Dagger of Islam

It’s not the dagger. Your dishonesty is despite your assumed objectivity in writings. You know it’s the arrow – the arrow of Islam – that frets you.

Profile

Aminah bint Mihsan: An Early Immigrant

Among the early immigrants who left Makkah for Madinah when persecution of the Muslims in Makkah reached its peak.

Science

Galaxy without Any Dark Matter Baffles Astronomers

Scientists were recently surprised to find galaxy NGC 1052-DF2 devoid of the mysterious substance.

Poem

With God As My Witness

A heart-wrenching poem on Asifa. #JusticeForAsifa

Human Rights

Civilians without Hope, a Leader without a Country: Call this a Victory?

Syrian strongman, Assad, claims he has restored sovereignty to Syria, but grievances remain deep for both vanquished and victors.

Contemporary Issue

Islamophobia: Some Commonplaces

Islamophobia is no more than contemporary racism with a strong classist and sexist component.