Archive for 'International Affairs'
The commemoration of Anzac Day is meant to signify the Anzac spirit. For Muslims living in Australia, however, the Anzac spirit has quite a different meaning to the official version coined by war historian C.E.W. Bean [...]
The following is a statement by researcher Mohammad Mathee regarding the alleged destruction of manuscripts in Timbuktu, Mali. “I work as a researcher on the Timbuktu manuscripts once part of the UCT-Tombouctou Manuscripts Project though based [...]
Ali Harfouch 3- Islamic Law and Sovereignty Establishing an Islamic political system is a means, and not an ends as ‘the State’ is a necessary entity by which the political and social based Islamic legislation is [...]
Ali Harfouch It is indeed difficult, amidst the heat of an intense and immediate battle or conflict to retain objectivity, remain principled, and orient ones thinking as to balance between long-term and supplementing short-term goals. The [...]
Dr. Abdul Wahid The media war regarding Gaza is as fierce as ever, with spokesman after spokesman filling the airwaves hoping to get their view across. Many in the Muslim community feel intense frustration, as well [...]
Umm Hafsa The new Hijri year is upon us, marking the 1434th year since Rasoolullah s.a.w. migrated to Madina and established the Khilafah. But instead of being in a mood of celebration over the victory that [...]