The Story of Mūsā: A Story of Optimism Part 2

The Story of Mūsā: A Story of Optimism Part 1 In the previous article we spoke of the optimism contained in the story of the Prophet Mūsā . In particular, we looked at the verses of the Qur’an in which Allah relays the story of his birth and th [Read story...]

How much a university education is worth?

MV Events By: Mark S. Schlissel, Michael H. Schill and Michael V. Drake Source: The Conversation The past several years have seen increased calls for colleges and universities to d [Read story...]

Pak-Afghan relations need an overhaul

Taking current geopolitical concerns into account, it is undeniable that we must re-examine our relationship with Afghanistan and charter a new course for the future of bilateral relations. Without getting into the two countries' mutual history h [Read story...]

The three-fold divorce is wrong but not void

MV Media By: Jamiatul Ulama Source: Jamiatul Ulama If somebody issues three divorces (all at once) despite it being un-Islamic and disliked, what would be legally binding? The logica [Read story...]

Surah Kahf: Essential lessons for our times

MV Media By: Jamiatul Ulama Source: Jamiatul Ulama We often think that we living in a time still far away from the appearance of Dajjaal. However, we are living in a time of ‘dajaa [Read story...]

War-torn Libya plans an election

ISLAM QADDAFI is determined not to let a death sentence stop him from running for president. The son of Libya's deposed dictator was captured after the revolution in 2011 and later condemned by the government in Tripoli . [Read story...]

Syrian civilians paraded and humiliated in Ghouta

MV Media By: Zouhir Al Shimale Source: Middle East Eye Climbing aboard a coach that would take her away from her childhood home in Shefonya, Eastern Ghouta, Tasneem al-Bush grappled [Read story...]

Seekers of the Truth and Islam

MV Media By: Daud Batchelor Source: MuslimVillage Anselm Turmeda, a prominent 14th Century Franciscan scholar in Europe trained for the priesthood. Once when his ill teacher was abse [Read story...]

Media Microscope: In the Lion’s Den

During his 13th trip to Australia, noted Middle East analyst Daniel Pipes, President of the Middle East Forum, proved that his insights and analyses on a range of world affairs were in great demand. On Sky News ' “Outsiders” , Pipes predicted tha [Read story...]

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s legacy

Whenever I read or listen to Bhutto's legendary speech, no matter how hard I resist, it leaves me in tears Mr President you referred to the distinguished, Foreign Minister of India. How is he distinguished when his hands are full of blood, when h [Read story...]

Revenant of the bear?

Blatant intervention by Russia supporting Taliban will affect Afghanistan and Pakhtun on this side of the Durand Line and runs the risk of alienating them completely The current mass expulsion of Russian diplomats by the United States and its Europea [Read story...]