Didn’t Al-Andalus fall in 1492CE? Why were the Muslims in such a humiliating state after the fall? Was it necessary for the Muslims in Al-Andalus to migrate to Islamic lands after it came in the hands of the disbelievers? Can the situation of the Muslims then and now be compared?
This is the autobiography of Abdul Salam Zaeef, a senior former member of the Taliban who was not only one of its founding members but also spent several years imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay. His memoirs, translated from Pashto, are more than just the story of his extraordinary life: they offer
This heartrending memoir unravels the most perilous period in Syria’s modern history, a time when President Asad’s notorious secret service agents, the Mukhabarat, hunted down and imprisoned anyone even remotely associated with political opposition. When a “wanted criminal” fled from the Mukhabarat’s clutches, they were held hostage, like in the
An inspirational and motivational account of a leading woman figure of the Islamic movement who was falsely accused in 1965 of conspiring to kill Jamal Abd al-Nasir, the President of Egypt.
At the beginning of the 21st century, Britain was engaged in its Fourth Afghan Crusade. No other country has attacked Afghanistan as many times as Britain. In addition Britain has been instrumental in supporting despots and dictatorships in the Muslim World and has contributed to the deaths of half a