The Covid 19 saga comes with a lot of lessons. In my opinion, the most important lesson to the Muslim community is to sit up and retrace it's step backwards and regain it's position in the field of medicine....
The evening of Sunday the 24th day of September 2017 will remain indelible in my memory as I engaged a Tijaany-cleric in an approximately two-hour religious debate. He had garrulously fumbled prior to the day that he would win...
Atheist, free-thinkers have always raised questions as to why we have more worship centres than hospitals. However, a careful examination of the nexus between hospitals and worship centres does not only brings us to the conclusion that the establishment...
Tales From The Quran: There is no 'ordinary' Qur'an verse; every verse carries a special and weighty meaning, if only we take our time to ponder. One of such verses that tends to be easily overlooked as a mere story is...
Any reader might wonder and question the correctness of the term, 'deliberate suicide'. Suicide is usually deliberate, true, however, what do we call someone who does not really wants to die but found death out of whims and ignorance?....
"Anyone who truly puts Islam before misogyny would enthusiastically seek to fight for women’s rights in accordance with Islamic principles, without having to identify as a ‘Feminist’. As a young girl, I once asked the then-Emir of Kano Ado Bayero...
Atheists, in a bad to promote their belief, sorry, they say it is not a belief, have continued to place science and religion at two ends believing both must necessarily compete or are in a competition. That Atheists have...
You read Suuratul Kahf every Friday, how then do you miss out on the remarkable life-changing story therein? During the exploits of Kihidr and Muusa, "they set out, until when they came to the people of a town, they asked...
Yesterday, the entire people of Nigeria woke up to hear the gory news of the deposed of the Emir of Kano Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Sanusi. That laid to rest the long suspense that has ravaged the media for a...
"I thought I was having a heart attack. I didn't know what was wrong with me." Jamilla Hekmoun, a 26-year-old British Libyan, was in the Jordanian capital, Amman, when she suffered her worst panic attack.  “I remember the moment I...

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