An article by the BBC has portrayed Muslim women as having 'second class' status to men, based on their access to mosques during the pandemic. Ayesha...
©Shutterstock Mubariz Mahmood, Czech Republic & Professor Amtul Razzaq Carmichael, UK Breathing is the most important function of life that...
©Shutterstock On 20th February 1886, God Almighty bestowed the Promised Messiah (as) with the following prophecy: ‘I confer upon you a sign of My mercy according to what you begged of Me. So I have heard your entreaties and have honoured your prayers with My acceptance through My...
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His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) is a beaming beacon of Divine guidance and support. His Holiness (aba) represents the highest level of a...
Food for thought: instead of focussing on opulent food buffets during Ramadhan, we should quench our spiritual thirst by helping others.
France's Senate bill calls to ban girls under 18 to wear the hijab in public spaces! Mahrukh Arif-Tayyeb explains how this bill would impact French Muslim...
An influx of sexual violence claims in schools and universities have recently been exposed. What can be done to combat predatory behaviour?
The series of events from the crucifixion prove that Jesus (as) did not rise from the dead, but in fact survived the grasp of death.
©Shutterstock Syed Amer Safir, UK The world’s more than 2 billion Christians will soon be commemorating Easter. For over 2000 years Jesus of Nazareth (as) and...
Islam systematically rejects the capitalization of the female and male body by shunning unbridled materialistic behaviours.
An interview with Ruben Enaje, a devotional volunteer for non-fatal crucifixion, who participates in re-enactments of the crucifixion of Jesus (as).
School is our second home, and home means, of course, security and love; where our fathers, mothers, brothers, and sisters are found.
Nila Ahmad talks about the impact and the struggles brought on by the pandemic on mothers, and the constant societal pressure on women to 'do it all'.