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    Ep. 16: COVID, Vaccines & Khilafah (Islamic System)

    Informative and most gripping Ummah Times podcast on the timely topic of COVID, Vaccines and Islam. EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 00:01​ Welcome to The Ummah Times 00:17​ Introducing the subject 09:35​ Good of vaccine? 18:31​ Childhood vaccines 48:17​ Islamic health perspective and vaccines & mortality 56:23​ Covid vaccines & adverse reactions 1:00:33​ Convicted serial felons 1:15:45​ Peculiarity […]

  • Nice Attacks

    Nice Attacks

    The recent attacks in Nice show us yet again; another episode of underwhelming response from key Muslim Community Figures (MCF), particularly in the West. For peculiar reason, MCF always are the early adopters of condemnation parade whose main purpose is nothing but to come across as apologetics. There responses usually revolve around how the “terrorist” […]

  • Islam, Feminism & Identity Politics

    Islam, Feminism & Identity Politics

    Nour Goda discusses Islam, Feminism & Identity Politics at George Mason University.

  • Wael Hallaq, The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament

    Wael Hallaq, The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament

    Wael Hallaq, The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament. New York: Columbia University Press, 2013.S Sourced from: www.jadaliyya.com   Jadaliyya (J):  What made you write this book? Wael Hallaq (WH): When I was finishing my book Shari‘a: Theory, Practice, Transformations (published by Cambridge University Press in 2009), I realized that the two hundred pages I dedicated to the modern […]

  • Current Federal Election in Pakistan

    Current Federal Election in Pakistan

    Commentary regarding the current federal election in Pakistan: “I just got asked why I am so negative about the Pakistani elections. Which I guess is a good question so without rattling on here is why : 1) The Democratic process , the failed legislature and crony corruption are all legacies of colonialism. The British might […]

  • Flawless Bridge between ‘Science’ and ‘Religion’

    Flawless Bridge between ‘Science’ and ‘Religion’

    Nadeem Haque and Mehran Banaei   Introduction One of the greatest philosophical conflicts in the dynamic vistas of human dialectical thought is that of the perceived incompatibility between science and religion. In the last few decades, a spate of books, articles and television documentaries have arisen, dealing with this issue as circumscribed by the Judeo-Christian […]

  • High time for the Muslims to Uncoil Themselves

    High time for the Muslims to Uncoil Themselves

    Zeshan Shahbaz Coil means to twist or move into a circular or spiral course. It also means to be disturbed or to be in turmoil. Uncoil means to straighten from a coiled state, or in other words, to be released from a spiral course or disturbed or turmoil state. It is safe to say that […]