• US Elections: Could Muslims Swing Votes?

    Published on : 17 10 2020

    As the United States prepares for November presidential elections, American Muslims are poised to play a key role in swing states during the upcoming polls, amid rising calls to register for voting.


  • China’s war on Islam

    Published on : 22 01 2019

    The Luopu County No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is hard to miss. It emerges suddenly, a huge campus towering over hectares of farmland.


  • Non-stop Series of Insulting Sahabah in Iran

    Published on : 02 10 2018

    Reports suggest a fanatic Iranian footballer, Shayan Mosleh, has insulted some great Sahabah, including the Mother of the Believers Ayishah, the Guided Caliphs and all others who gathered at Thaqeef swearing allegiance with Abu-Bakr As-Seddiq.


  • The Rohingya crisis: What’s happened to human solidarity?

    Published on : 07 12 2017

    Nobody argues any more about what is happening in Myanmar. The United Nations, international human rights organisations and world capitals all agree that the war being waged on the Rohingya Muslims is a clear example of ethnic cleansing and genocide.


  • Expelled from Home, Caught in Neighbors’ Purgatory

    Published on : 31 10 2017

    Myanmar’s Muslim minority, Rohingya have been described by the UN as “the most friendless people in the world”.


  • Why would Israel want a religious war over Al Aqsa Mosque?

    Published on : 20 07 2017

    Much of the media coverage of recent raids and protests by Israeli police and settlers at Al-Aqsa Mosque have focused on the “exclusive Muslim control” over the compound in Israeli-occupied Jerusalem, and Palestinian fears of the demand by Jewish settlers to “divide it”. Lost in the religious warfare narrative is the colonial impulse governing both […]


  • Iranian Presidential Race; Landscape of Sunnis

    Published on : 24 05 2017

    Sunnis of Iran know well the ongoing circumstances of their country. They do not expect any revolutionary change in the case of their due rights.


  • Trump order could mean legal US residents overseas cannot re-enter the country

    Published on : 29 01 2017

    When details leaked earlier this week about a spate of immigration-related executive orders from President Donald Trump, much public discussion focused on a 30-day ban on new visas for citizens from seven “terror-prone” countries.


  • 2016: A year of global bleeding

    Published on : 02 01 2017

    2016 has been a painful year for the world. Paralyzed by global terrorism, civil wars, the refugee crisis, sectarian conflicts, geopolitical muscling, growing economic inequality and the failure of the international community to stop the global bleeding, it has seen the destruction of innocent lives and the abandonment of the poor and the oppressed.


  • Dodging death in East Aleppo as a journalist

    Published on : 04 12 2016

    I came to Aleppo three months ago to report on the state of the city after rebel fighters from Jaysh al-Fath [Army of Conquest] had broken the siege by Assad’s forces.