Sheikh Muhammad al-Dedew’s poem to his wife: “I remain close to you, in spite of my distant imprisonment…”
A poem written by Sheikh Muhammad al-Dedew al-Shanqiti to his wife during his imprisonment in Mauritania.
The Fitnah of Our Time: Extremism – Sheikh Jamil El-Biza Sheikh Jamil El-Biza giving a lesson about the dangers of extremism at ASWJ Revesby’s Monthly Family Event in Australia.
A Muslim woman was running to catch a train in Chicago when five police officers tackled her, ripped off her hijab and strip searched her.
Eight months after the firebombing that killed five-year-old Ahmad Dawabshe’s baby brother and parents in the occupied West Bank village of Duma, he is still undergoing treatment in the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan.
BBC Three examines America’s recent upsurge in Islamophobia; meeting both Texan anti-Islam groups and American Muslims as tensions rise at some of America’s mosques.
The Rise Of Islamophobia | The Attack That Left Me Disabled For Life
Babar Ahmad speaks to BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire about his life and his ordeal in his first TV interview.
Ustadh Uthman Lateef speaks about the history of refugees and our responsibility towards them.
Guled Farah and Farhia Gelle moved from Somalia to Winnipeg, Canada. They were told by Child and Family Services that they weren’t fit parents due to “broken english” and two of their children were taken from them when one had an accident and went to the hospital.