The Travesty of a Peaceful Muslim Majority: Are Muslims in denial of the violence their religion is unleashing?

Sheik Yusuf Al-Qaradawi is the Chairman of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, an organisation with well-established ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. Qaradawi’s views on Jews, homosexuals, and non-Muslims (who he fondly refers to as Kuffars) are available at the click of a mouse. His fatwas and fundamentals of Islam bind millions…

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The Womb, the Woman, the Wars : Why even seemingly mature democracies can’t let go of their women’s wombs.

Mankind has always found ways to limit populations when convenient. When the Soviets legalised abortion, it was only due to the fact that they had suffered decades of unrest; they had been through a revolution and a civil war. As a result, their populations were living in abject poverty and women…

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Covid-19 has once again exposed the reality of ethnic underbellies, and busted the myth of white privilege, but have we knowingly let this phenomenon grow?

Our magical entry into the world is defined by certain philosophers as a ‘lottery of birth’, an apt phrase considering that fate smiles upon those who are born with a silver spoon in their mouth. In fact, it is not just riches and comfort, but also opportunities, resources and education…

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Are Secular Indians Negating Their Own History? While sections attack the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and Article 370, are they ignoring the reality of cultural spheres?

This article is dedicated to the Kashmiri Pandits who were driven out of their homeland in 1989.  Narendra Modi is the first Indian leader since 1947 who has openly declared himself as a Hindu nationalist and won two consecutive elections. Modi’s critics fail to address the reality that a vast number…

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Heroes Turned Villains: How changing times and populations can redefine narratives, but erasing them is plunging into darkness

When history fades from our memories, it suffers the fate of myths. The magnificent monuments around the world are a mark of the victorious who erected structures and inscribed lines on them lest our memory should fail us. When any place suffers an invasion, it is not unusual for invaders…

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