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

After watching the controversial "Framing Britney Spears" documentary, blogger Hasnet Lais argues that only faith-based values can counter the bigotry women are subjected to in...

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

Hasnet Lais is an educator and journalist who writes on contemporary Muslim affairs. You can follow him on Twitter @haznet1.   The much anticipated Messiah recently...

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

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...

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

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...

Bodyguard? Islamophobia by any other name smells just as rank

Arzu Merali says that despite getting the nation well and truly hooked the BBC series The Bodyguard played into virtually every Islamophobic stereotype. It’s Monday...

REVIEW: Cuts of the Cloth – Muslim women, Islamophobia and the War on Terror

Dr Fahid Qurashi reviews the play ‘Cuts of the Cloth’, which is a poignant and disturbing portrayal of a Muslim woman caught in the...

Book Review: A Virtue of Disobedience by Asim Qureshi

"Throughout the pages of this book, I have done my best to understand the world that I see before me through the lens of...

The Last Earth by Ramzy Baroud: Personal histories of the Palestinian tragedy

Iqbal Siddiqui reviews "The Last Earth" by the Palestinian-American writer Ramzy Baroud, who tells the story of modern Palestine through the memories of those...

Black Panther: The same old Western politics with a black face

Dr Fahid Qurashi argues that the problematic politics of Marvel's new Black Panther movie undermines any value the film may have in terms of...
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