Them Before Us: A passionate argument for the traditional family

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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

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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

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Roshan Muhammed Salih reviews Lady of Heaven, the sectarian hate film that will soon be available in the UK and could provoke serious Sunni-Shia tensions. There is...

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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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

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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...