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Significance of religion in crisis

M Adam Ahmad, Al Hakam In times of crisis or calamities, people use different means to lessen the effect or impact of the trauma to...

The pandemic still exists – Islam teaches caution

Albeit somewhat nervously, schools have been given the green light to open in England while the coronavirus is still at large. The “goddess” of...

Freedom of speech or a licence for abuse?

Qamar Ahmed Zafar, Missionary, London “Sticks and stones may break my bones” … Really? The only reason that I am able to write this article,...

Charlie Hebdo: Reigniting a contentious flame

Ataul Fatir Tahir, Al Hakam Charlie Hebdo, unfortunately, has republished satirical cartoons of the greatest prophet and human being to have walked the earth; Prophet...

Come what may, the Jamaat moves forward – this is the lesson learned

It is clear now that life in the foreseeable future will be a lot different to what we were once accustomed to. For the...

U-turns and misdirection – A need for apt leadership

Throughout the outbreak of the devastating coronavirus, we have witnessed multitudes of twists and turns by officials, “the science” and governments, the latest being...

World economy stuck in snooze

It feels good to think that we have finally snailed through the pandemic and arrived at the post-Covid-19 phase, although scientists continue to cry...

Opinion: Compromising our data, the new gold

Jazib Mehmood, Student Jamia Ahmadiyya Ghana The culture of the new world demands that we share our lives with the rest of the world in...

Opinion: Continuing education during a pandemic

“And say: My Lord! Increase me in knowledge.” (Surah Ta Ha, Ch.20, V.115) Kholood Tahir, King's College London In the past few months, we have lived...

Post-Covid-19: Is Islamic economics the way forward?

The last three months have seen all sorts of data flying just as much around as the coronavirus. Pew Research Center, Womply, 7Park Data...

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