- the shared solidarities of the liberation struggles of Palestinians and Indigenous Australians by Randa Abdel-Fattah;
- Israeli efforts to garner support and influence in Africa by Ramzy Baroud;
- the misinterpretation of parts of the Qur’an regarding violence against women by Imam Muhammad al-Asi;
- and reconnecting with the Qu’ran in the time of Coronavirus by Shaykh Mohammed Saeed Bahmanpour.
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“The power of words, it is clear, bears heavily on our current state as citizens of a world beset with ever increasing power imbalances. Whether it is our histories of oppression, ongoing occupations or the languages – divine or secular – through which we seek to reframe our existence and our liberation, understanding this is key. Whilst power has been abused against the many, the many can and must find the counterweight of justice through a continued search for meaning and the concomitant power that goes with it.”