Islam in Australia: Historical Links of the Aborigines and Makassar Fishermen
A brief reflection on the relationship between Aboriginal tribes, Makassar fishermen, and Islam in Australia.
Iranian Sacred Defense Week: A Brief Account to Motivate and Remind
The Sacred Defense Week has markedly reiterated to Iranians that even bitter and painful experiences proved to be both motivating as well as reminder
“Have You Even Read the Omnibus Bill?”: There is No Beauty in Neutrality
What is alarming about this ‘neutral’ group of people arguing that those commenting on the Omnibus bill should first-hand read the complete final bill is the sheer arrogance.
Contesting Hagia Sophia: The Inauguration of Erdoganism in Turkey
The decision to restore Hagia Sophia as mosque might show the Erdoganism power in Turkey
Luqman al-Hakim, the Wise Black Figure of the Quran
Luqman the Wise is a prominent figure in the Quran with wisdom and intelligence, once captured as a slave.
Masjid Muhammad: Leading the Practice of Universal Islam in the Capital of America
Masjid Muhammad has become the leader in interfaith relationships to help communities overcoming the cultural, social, and religious divide in USA
Iran’s Handling of COVID-19: Time Line, Development, and Keys to Solving
COVID-19 pandemic has hit almost all parts of the world, since first reported at the end of 2019. Globally, the …
Iran, The United States and COVID-19 Pandemic: Expected Politically Positive Development
Iran and US had conducted prisoner swap, certainly politically related to COVID-19.
The Roles of Muslim in the Struggle against South African Apartheid
How Muslim groups and intellectual connections played a role the struggle against racial politics of Apartheid in South Africa.
Problem with Scientism and Why Al-Ghazali is Still Relevant Today
Arrogance of scientism, and how Al-Ghazali put his attention to science and scientism.