Valentine's Day in the West is seen as a time to honour romantic love and passion. Couples will profess their love for each other and where it’s a ritual to send anonymous cards, chocolates and gifts between secret admirers on the day.
Without facilitation from Pakistan, the US is doomed to exit from Afghanistan. Using both praise and pressure, US officials urge Pakistan to rescue it from completely withdrawing from Afghanistan by facilitating the so called Afghan Peace Negotiations.
February 1st marked the annual ‘World Hijab Day’ where activities took place in dozens of countries to raise awareness amongst non-Muslims about the Hijab and what it represents. But perhaps this is also a good time for us as Muslim women to reflect on our view towards the Hijab and what this Islamic dress is all about. There is no doubt that over the past decade or two, the Hijab…
When writing about the trails of the Ummah, we often conclude with the need of a true Islamic leadership. What is meant with the Islamic leadership and how will it differ from the current leadership of the Muslim world.
Food is considered as one of the basic needs of human beings that ensures energy to undertake the burdens of life and sustain life. Food is one of the causes of the conflicts between states, with many wars and conflicts arising due to it. Every human needs a certain amount of food every day to provide sustenance for living.
Yesterday in the second largest city of the Netherlands, Rotterdam, around 500 people participated in a silent march against violence towards women. The march was organized after the violent death of three women within just one month.
Carrying the Da’wah is a great work and a path full of hardships and difficulties, a path that was previously taken by our noble Prophet (saw) and his honorable Companions (may Allah be pleased with them all), passing it to those who have believed in this Da’wah after them; to call man away from the worship of creation and invite them to worship only their Creator.
In November and December 2018 there have been two significant studies that challenge the idea that women have equality and have progressed in their rights under Liberal Democratic Values. In a study entitled, “Why women have less power than you think” by Laura Jones for the Global Institute for Women's Leadership, the idea of more representation of women in power is questioned in terms of what it actually gives women.