- Foreign Affairs
- November 18, 2017
Islam teaches restraint, not vengeance
‘What I don’t want is a school asking my stepdaughter to look into reasons for converting to another religion’
Father told he can talk to children about Islam in a ‘non-pressuring way’
Bangladesh suspended Peace TV channel, which features Naik’s preachings, after some media reports claimed bombers of a Dhaka cafe that killed 22 people last year were admirers of him
‘We only want to go back to what we were: Moderate Islam that is open to the world, open to all religions’
Spending on travel during 2016 for young Muslims was at around $55 billion, while the total Muslim travel segment was worth $156 billion
Deja vu in the Rohingya crisis?
Prince Mohammed’s statement Tuesday is the most direct attack by a Saudi official on the Gulf country’s influential conservative religious circles
The creation of knowledge thrives where there is pluralism and democracy
Myanmar wasn’t always such a horrible place for Muslims, far from it
Most of 43 countries with a state religion are in Middle East and North Africa with majority Muslim, according to research
The Chinese authorities have recently increased surveillance and police patrol on the Muslim minority that consists of at least 20 million people
Can we bring about a paradigm shift in addressing the Rohingya issue?
Surely there is a real way we can help the most persecuted people in the world?
How does the tradition of Eid-ul-Azha define us?
Bengali Muslims would have been worse off had there been no Partition
How the Muslim Brotherhood kick-started a fire that refuses to be put out
Chandra Muzaffar, one of the authors featured in the collection, said the ban showed the government’s ‘authoritarian approach to Islam’
Making works of Islamic scholarship accessible to readers of Bangla would go a much longer way than this futile move to push for Urdu
We use many Arabic words in everyday life, so learning it should not be too hard