Of Wolves and Caliphates (Part 2)

Posted by on Jan 24, 2016 in Blog

Of Wolves and Caliphates (Part 2)

In the name of Allah most Beneficient most Merciful For the purpose of this blog entry remember HT = Hizb ut Tahrir and TJ = Tableeghi Jamaat. Hizb ut Tahrir: Before I go into a detailed discussion of why I do not accept Hizb ut Tahrir to be worthy of Muslim leadership, please remember that I am the biggest sinner on the face of the Earth. Let me repeat that this discussion is not an exercise in holier than thou rather my observations and experience of this party over many years. There are a lot of things to admire about Hizb ut Tahrir. These include some of the most learned people in issues...

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Of Wolves and Caliphates (Part 1)

Posted by on Oct 16, 2015 in Blog

Of Wolves and Caliphates (Part 1)

In the name of Allah most Gracious most Merciful When I was 8 years old I came across two interesting chapters in a school book. One chapter was about Muslims being brothers to each other. Muslims do not care for borders that divide the Muslim world and it does not matter where a Muslim is from. This was a fascinating idea for me. The child in me began to dream of the amazing connection a person can have with so many other people all over the world. The chapter ended with the emphasis that the current sociopolitical order of borders and divisions within the Muslim world was wrong. It ended...

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The Unknown Sultan – Documentary

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in Feature Slider

The Unknown Sultan – Documentary

  The Unknown Sultan Documentary Over a period of four years, I recorded and accumulated a lot of video footage and photographs related to history of the Irish Famine and the Muslim help sent during that time by the Ottomans. I came across a number of other stories while researching this event. Although these stories are not directly related to the historical events surrounding the Ottoman aid to Ireland but they are facts related to the Ottoman era and interestingly remain “unknown” to a lot of people. Developing the sound track for the documentary was difficult. Those who are...

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