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Reza Pankhurst Part-time comedian Bassem Youssef is the kind of Egyptian that liberals in the West can relate to. He was feted in Western media as a cause celebre for freedom of speech after an arrest [...]
Muhammad Asim “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black” – Henry Ford The ouster of Mohamed Morsi as President of Egypt in a coup d’état by [...]
Ian Nisbet Often sitting in the West we have a highly distorted view of what actually is happening on the ground in the Middle East. Amidst all of the unrest of the past two days, most media [...]
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 latest attack on Gaza by Israeli airstrikes, killing several including women and children, occurred soon after Egypt had brokered a cease-fire between the two sides. And yet – here is the Western reaction to the [...]
Umm Hafsa Islamic victory in Egypt, or an appropriate semblance? Egypt and the Muslims at large, at least those with Islamic sentiments are celebrating today; after years of persecution of an Islamic group, it has finally [...]