Teakster

Teakster is a multi award-winning artist and photographer. His artwork has been featured in publications and exhibitions across the USA, UAE, Europe, and Asia. Teakster started his artistic journey as a form of escapism from mundane corporate work. Inspired by his Islamic faith as well as by Islam’s early art and calligraphy, he started experimenting with colours and patterns which he ...

Tasnim Baghdadi

Tasnim Baghdadi is a German digital illustrator of Moroccan heritage. Currently studying towards a Masters degree in Asian and Islamic Art History, with a focus on the art and architecture of the Middle East, Tasnim also works as a freelance artist in the fields of digital illustration, graphic design, and photography. Tasnim, tell us a little bit about yourself and your work? I am ...

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Creative manifestations of art, music, visual media, the written word and much more.

All Artists

Creative manifestations of art, music, visual media, the written word and much more.

Highlights

Kashmir's Resistance Literature by Muddasir Ramzan

Ever since the Independence of India and Pakistan, Kashmir as a 'territory of desire' has continued to experience colonial oppression. ...

In Search of a Western Muslim Heritage by Tharik Hussain

Eid holds special memories for me as a travel writer. I was about 11 or 12, when one sunny day of festivities I was introduced to the London ...

Eid Malaysia Style by Shanon Shah

The final week of Ramadan is usually filled with a sense of joyous anticipation. No, not because Muslims are looking forward to not having to ...

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CM15: Educational Reform

Jeremy Henzell-Thomas seeks an integrated approach to education and knowledge, Richard Pring answers the question – what is a university, Marodsilton Muborakshoeva examines the university in Muslim context, Abdelwahab El-Affendi thinks we need to reconfigure Islamic education, Abdulkader Tayob is convinced that educational reform must begin by reforming self and ...

Kabul-Taliban Talks in Murree: A Breakthrough, or Business as Usual? by Iftikhar H Malik

Current affairs
Buried amidst the banner news on varying shades of Greek economic distress and the cat-and-mouse game among the ethnic and sectarian contenders ...

Srebrenica: Twenty Years on

Given the on-going volatility in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia, fewer people in those regions and elsewhere may have time or ...

Life for British Muslims Since 7/7 - abuse suspicion and constant apologies

The London bombings shocked and horrified us all, but in the decade since, the Muslims communities have been unfairly demonised writes Mehdi Hasan.