The US Sends Muslim Activist to Country that Tortured Him

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The case of Jamshid Muhtorov is strange and upsetting to all believers. Muhtorov was born in 1976 in Jizzakh, Uzbekistan, then...

Sell-Out “Scholars” Using Sialkot Incident in Pakistan for Reform Agenda

You see the Crypto Reformists out in full force, using this event to push two main ideas: 1. Prevent/CVE/Counter-Radicalization Agenda 2. Reforming Islamic Law This is not...

The Middle East: Fleeing the Land of Blessing and Hidden Value

The Middle East is portrayed as the largest exporter of refugees, but is it that bad of a place? I think we've gotten accustomed to...

A Step-By-Step Guide to Avoid Accountability for War Crimes: Afghanistan Edition

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Collateral damage is an expected part of warfare. However, there is a difference between unintentionally taking non-combatant lives and targeting them...

The French-Algerian War Sixty Years On: A Legacy of Terror

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم It has been sixty years since the start of the French-Algerian war. France remains one of the most anti-Islamic nations in the...

US Evacuates Elite Killing Squad that Murdered Countless Muslims

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم America's longest war is over. After almost twenty years, the invasion of Afghanistan and Operation Enduring Freedom resulted in a Taliban...

British “Prophet”: Mirza Ghulam Ahmed’s Intense Love for Colonialism

A Nabī, or, a Messenger, is especially selected by Allah Ta’ala to convey His message, i.e., the truth, to humanity. A Nabī or Messenger...

France Bombs Muslim Wedding in Mali: Is Anyone Talking About It?

In the midst of a culture war in France, in which the fate of the country’s beloved laïcité and their concept of freedom...

Feminist Contradictions: The Anti-Islam Message Behind The Handmaid’s Tale

Those who use feminism and secularism to attack Islam by co-opting the screen version of The Handmaid’s Tale, fall on their own sword. Margaret Atwood’s seminal...

How Western NGOs Use Aid to Attack Islam and Re-Engineer Muslim Society

Are NGOs that support poor Muslims a good thing for us? Last summer, I traveled to Harvard to study the practice of sustainable development under...