Them Before Us: A passionate argument for the traditional family

0
The Muslim Theist reviews Them Before Us by Katy Faust and Stacy Manning, which argues that a child has a right to be raised by...

Transform My Prayer: How to really benefit from your daily meetings with God

0
Roshan Muhammed Salih says the Transform My Prayer course by Iqbal Nasim has revolutionised his attitude to the second pillar of Islam - salah. If we're...

Lady of Heaven: pure, unadulterated sectarian filth

0
Roshan Muhammed Salih reviews Lady of Heaven, the sectarian hate film that is being platformed by cinemas in the UK and could provoke serious Sunni-Shia tensions. There...

The Present: A must-watch film about the cruelty of Israeli occupation

0
Sabina Hashmy reviews The Present, a movie set in the occupied West Bank and directed by British-Palestinian filmmaker Farah Nabulsi, which has just won a Bafta award...

The Mauritanian: A well-intended but flawed movie

0
The Mauritanian, a legal drama about an innocent man locked up in Guantanamo Bay, is a worthy watch with good intentions that ultimately fails to live up...

Framing Britney Spears: Faith values are the answer to western anti-female bigotry

0
After watching the controversial "Framing Britney Spears" documentary, blogger Najm Al-Din argues that only faith-based values can counter the bigotry women are subjected to in western...

REVIEW: Netflix’s Messiah was a disjointed letdown with the usual U.S. propaganda

0
The much anticipated Messiah recently premiered on Netflix and the eschatological blogosphere has gone into overdrive ever since. Centred on an Iranian redeemer-like figure...

Joker: A cinematic masterpiece that exposes unsettling truths about our societies

0
Todd Phillip’s Joker is a tragic and haunting piece of cinematic art, which addresses many uncomfortable truths about the societies we live in today,...

“Does my Bomb Look Big in This?” is a comedy unafraid of tackling dark...

0
The play "Does My Bomb Look Big In This" does not shy away from addressing dark and uncomfortable issues, writes Talha Ahsan. Let’s take this...

Don’t Shoot the Messenger: Yvonne Ridley’s impassioned defence of the Prophet

0
The Rise of the Prophet Muhammad: Don't Shoot the Messenger by Yvonne Ridley is an impassioned defence of the Prophet Muhammad (saw), responding directly...
Get News Like This In Your Inbox
Subscribe to our mailing list and we'll send you updates
Don't forget to join our social profiles