So let me be a martyr, dwelling in a high mountain pass among a band of knights who, united in devotion to God, descend to face armies. Whenever Bin Laden is mentioned the gentrified post colonization mind sees the visage of a villain. Who was Bin Laden? A terrorist. Yes, but what was he before … Continue reading West’s Emotional Puppet- Osama bin Laden
Oppressed woman waiting to be freed by white knight post modernists and secularists Hijab in the West’s domain is portrayed as a symbol of oppression and patriarchy. At the mere thought of women donning the hijab, liberals and post modernists automatically conclude that her husband or her father is a domestic tyrant. What we forget … Continue reading Hijab: The West’s war on modesty
Starving Afghan child Afghanistan's assets have been frozen by the United States, making it impossible for money to be withdrawn and used. The country has been sanctioned, and donations from all around the world have been barred. Some groups, such as the Red Cross, have succeeded in circumventing imposed restrictions, but even then, it is … Continue reading Innocent babies are starving to death in Afghanistan and the US is to be held accountable for it. Here is why!
When the protest is ironic The acts of haram are in abundance today and can be observed in every aspect of life. Even if everyone indulges in committing wrong and normalising it, that should not make the action any more righteous or acceptable. To coexist with those we disagree with is not easy and at … Continue reading Islam and Non Muslims: Is compromise of ethics necessary for mutual respect and coexistence?
Based poster I unironically agree with The far left, white supremacists, "Muslim" secularists and various ethnonationalist groups in Muslim countries always tend to bring up the question of why Muslims immigrate to secular western nations instead of going to Sharia abiding Muslim nations despite expressing favourable attitudes towards Sharia and disdain or lack of fanaticism … Continue reading Why do Muslims migrate to Western countries?
Nizam ul Mulk actor from Buyuk Selcuklu Turkish serial Siasatnama, "The Book of Rules for Kings." is a book written by the great vizier, scholar and political thinker Nizam ul Mulk. He was one of the best political theorists to have ever lived. Yet, not many people, especially Muslims, know about him or his works. … Continue reading Why Every Muslim Should Read Siasatnama
Child protesting against oppression against Uyghurs perpetrated by the cruel, despotic, barbaric, oppressive and backwards Chinese government Exceptional militants and revolutionaries throughout history understood that their movements were only legitimate if they truly supported the liberation of all oppressed & marginalised groups. One can never hope to liberate their own people whilst neglecting the plight … Continue reading Muslims should change their stance towards the oppressor and the oppressed of all groups. Here is why!
Us Men's mental health issues is something that definitely needs adequate attention and "be a man" is not a helpful advice. 'Be a man’ is an archaic phrase and its use should be considered anachronistic but it is not. Unfortunately mens mental health issues doesn’t invoke the same response from society that womens mental health … Continue reading Male mental health and the implications of ‘being a man’