- South Asia
- September 17, 2017
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
According to a number of the party’s leaders, the party called for a ‘sura majlish’ and annual council in Dhaka on July 22
Legal professor accuses judge of using law as pretext for ‘racism and sexism’
The solidarity in the Islamic world must be salvaged
The customer base for halal cosmetics is growing gradually in Bangladesh
While countries from across the Gulf and Iran have been guilty of advancing extremism, Saudi Arabia is undoubtedly at the top of the list
Starbucks Indonesia did not immediately respond to requests for comment
Happy was weathering the Rubel scandal and part-way through shooting a new movie when the actress claims she had an “epiphany” that altered her life.
The silence of world leaders in the matter, frankly, is deafening. Do these incidents not call for the strongest condemnation?
If you’re a minority in this country, tread carefully
The only antidote to this grotesque expression of faith is what Islam has taught us from the beginning — compassion
The audio clip was distributed on Monday on Islamic State’s channel on Telegram