EXCLUSIVE: Jamia University’s heroines call out India’s institutional Islamophobia

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Two young Indian Muslim women have become the faces of the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens...

How cycling through Africa with no money brought us closer to Allah

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Nathim Cairncross and Abdullah Jimenez embarked upon a year-long bike trip which took them from Kenya to Turkey. Now living in Istanbul, their experiences...

Top 5 things to see as a tourist in Saudi Arabia

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Nina Arif is a freelance journalist with an MSc in International Politics. She has produced for the BBC, Al Jazeera, and writes for various online publications. Nina...

As Turkey’s economy shrinks, Syrian refugees want out of the country

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  Nafees Mahmud is a freelance writer and journalist based in Istanbul. His work has been published in the Middle East Eye and The Guardian. Fearing...

EXCLUSIVE: Why I left Breakthrough Media, the Home Office’s secretive propaganda agency

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In this exclusive interview with 5Pillars, 21-year-old Amina Aweis who previously worked for the Home Office's propaganda agency 'Breakthrough Media', describes what she witnessed...

What Hajj means to me

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Tanweer Khan, the founder of the new social media platform Labayk, reflects on his three Hajj pilgrimages and how they have changed his life. I’ve...

LGBT schools row – 10 myths busted

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The row over LGBT teaching has spread to more schools but has been wilfully misrepresented by the mainstream media, politicians and some headteachers. Faisal...

Taste Ramadan: True sacrifice, is when you give up that which you love

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An exclusive editorial by the Myriad Foundation explains the spiritual reasoning and the social benefits behind their national 'Taste Ramadan' campaign, which takes place...

Why is helping Palestinian refugees a problem?

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The UK-based charity Interpal have experienced several obstacles in supporting Palestinian refugees. In this feature, they explain why Muslims should not be dissuaded by...

Sri Lanka attacks: Does the official version stack up?

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The Sri Lankan authorities have blamed "local Islamist groups" possibly linked to foreign organisations for the Easter attacks which killed over 350 people. But...
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