Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Egypt''
Ali Harfouch The Self-Defeating Mimic: A Walking Paradox A liberating moment occurs when the oppressed can think beyond the imaginary horizon constructed by the oppressor. A liberation of the consciousness and the inauguration of an emancipatory [...]
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 [...]
The final presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on October 22 highlighted the cross-party consensus on foreign policy that is a feature of successive administrations, particularly with regards to interests in the Middle East. [...]
Ali Harfouch Debate, discussion, and consultation are essential if Islamic activists are to draw and develop and elucidate a programme of liberation for the Muslim world following the tumultuous revolutions which toppled the long-standing Arab despots. [...]
Moez Mobeen The Muslim world has risen once again over the blasphemous film insulting the Prophet of Islam. Although such blasphemous material against the Core beliefs and Creed of the Muslims in the forms of books, [...]
The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s claim that she finds the anti-Muslim film which has led to protests erupting across the Middle East against American diplomatic missions “disgusting” is a worthless gesture as far as [...]