India plans to make Kashmir a Hindu-majority state

Ahead of the second anniversary of the revocation of Kashmir's autonomous status by India, Sajad Rasheed, an author and writer from Indian-occupied Kashmir, explains how...

Tunisia: An unforgivable coup or the legitimate removal of a failed government?

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan explains why the political explosion that has just taken place in Tunisia was inevitable. After a prolonged period of...

The Islamic fashion industry is immodest and unethical

Blogger and activist Quratulayn Haamidah says that the multi-billion dollar Islamic clothing market is making a mockery of the Islamic concert of modesty, and...

I was tortured by the Qataris, the Australians knew and did nothing

Lukman Thalib, an Australian professor who was held without charge in a secret jail in Qatar for five months, says the Qatari authorities tortured...

Mohammed bin Zayed: Oppressing Muslims in the West

In the second part of his series on Mohammed bin Zayed (MBZ), blogger Abdullah Noorudeen argues that the UAE is also involved in the repression of...

Forget party politics, we need to become independent councillors and MPs

East London community activist Asim Khan says Muslims must abandon the political party system once and for all and instead put up independent candidates...

Who will speak up for Muslim fathers denied access to their children?

Nearly one in three children now live without a father in the UK, and as Abu Anisa explains, divorced Muslim fathers are also being...

The War on Terror: 20 years of destruction and demonisation

The director of the Ayaan Institute, Jahangir Mohammed, reflects on 20 years of the War on Terror and how it has destroyed three Muslim nations...

Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan: Betraying Al-Aqṣā, betraying the Ummah

Blogger Abdullah Noorudeen profiles the de facto ruler of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan (MBZ), who has emerged as one of the biggest modern...

Football is the religion which fills the empty lives of the irreligious

Blogger Hasnet Lais says that football has largely replaced the role of religion in the lives of so many secular, irreligious Britons who've jettisoned...