Volume 1 – Issue 3

Volume 1 – Issue 3

Saudi Arabia – Out of the frying pan and into the fire

The accession of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman to the leadership of the Middle East monarchy has plunged the region deeper into conflict and intensified a divisive sectarian narrative, says Hafsa Kara-Mustapha When King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia died in January 2015 there was a sense

Challenging our Sectarianised Histories

The blight of sectarianism has its roots in a chauvinism that has permeated our understandings of Islamic history. Eradicating it requires us to challenge these received histories and the language in which they are presented, argues Muhammad al-Asi. Dear committed Muslims, brothers and sisters. As

Islamophobia is the ‘new anti-Semitism’

With the emergence of Israel as a western client state, the age-old prejudice against Jews was replaced by a corresponding hatred of Arabs that has fed the rampant Islamophobia we see today, explains Robert Inlakesh. The current climate of widespread Islamophobia in the ‘Western World’,