The US city run by Muslim Americans By Zhaoyin Feng

A walk down the main street in Hamtramck, Michigan, feels like a tour around the world.…

American Muslims and the Rediscovery of America’s Sacred Ground by M. A. Muqtedar Khan

The American Muslim community is at a crucial crossroads. It is experiencing an existential crisis. Students…

How imperialists destroyed the Muslim World: We, the people and revival of colonization By Dr. Mahboob A. Khawaja

The Arab word’s a veritable mess. The cosmic leadership deficit, the absence of legitimate institutions, the…

Five books to read on the history of Black Muslims By Kayla Renée Wheeler

Born in present-day Senegal, Omar Ibn Said was a writer and Islamic scholar who wrote about…

How the US broke up the Muslim world By Jahangir Mohammed

Jahangir Mohammed of the Ayaan Institute argues that War on Terror did not start 20 years…

A Short History of the Moors

Granada, the word in Spanish means pomegranate, a fruit brought to Spain by Moslem tribes from…

From Harlem to Brixton: The extraordinary lives of Black Muslim women By Adama J Munu

Her mother’s story forms just part of Abdul Khabeer’s ongoing research into race, religion and culture…

Iraq has an incredibly rich and unique history. – 5 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know Were Invented In Iraq

Iraq has an incredibly rich and unique history. Istanbul, Rome, Paris, New York, Tokyo—centers of culture rise…

The twenty-first-century crusade and the internal crusaders by Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal

The crusaders: external and internal          The Muslim World now faces the most crucial war in its…

The cost of independence and the evils of surrender by Dr Firoz Mahboob Kamal

The most costly enterprise Freedom or independence has never been attained free of cost. It is…