Fazal Masood Malik, Canada Deus ex operibus cognoscitur. – Isaac Newton The comet that lit the night sky in the winter of 1664 held the amazement of Isaac Newton for as many nights as it brightened the sky. It was not the first time that the young twenty-two-year-old Newton had...
Science, Medicine and Technology
Demanding empirical evidence to see God is the equivalent of closing your eyes and
asking to be shown the smell of roses. So how can we find God?
Meet Prof Lucie Green, a solar physicist at University College London’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory
While honey may sweeten your tea, it also packs a healthy punch for your body. In the first of a multi-part series, we explore the history and health benefits...
In the past few years, Zika virus has become a public health threat. Originating from the yellow fever mosquito, the virus is particularly problematic because...
Exploring the effects of alcohol and why other attempts to prohibit it have failed.
Special address in Tokyo by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih V(aba) in November 2015.
Is it really true that religion no longer has any place in this, our age of modern science?
What would potentially happen should a nuclear war break out?
How do we ascertain the actual purpose of our existence?
Late Nobel Laureate in Physics undertakes a fascinating exploration into the relationship between Islam and science.
Can we hope for world peace in the current plight of world affairs? At the 10th Peace Symposium UK; His Holiness, Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) sets out a stark...
The Review of Religions launches on Twitter
Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community gives an urgent message to the world at the 9th Annual Peace Symposium: Time is running out. Injustices and hostilities...
Medical evidence indicates that Jesus(as) would have survived the crucifixion.