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The Resurgence of Islamic Calligraphy in Istanbul

The Resurgence of Islamic Calligraphy in Istanbul

There’s an old saying in the Islamic world that “the Quran was revealed in Mecca, recited in Egypt, and
The Art of Aadil Abedi: An Invitation for Conversation
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The Art of Aadil Abedi: An Invitation for Conversation

At a time in this country when even the sight of Arabic writing can make some people nervous, Aadil Abedi, a London
Lessons From Past Islamophobia and the Christian Response
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Lessons From Past Islamophobia and the Christian Response

Recent political developments around the world have brought to the fore discussions and debates about Islamophobia. Some
When the Personal Becomes Political: Marrying Muslim in Trump’s America
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When the Personal Becomes Political: Marrying Muslim in Trump’s America

Donald Trump was about to clinch the Republican nomination when I first met my now husband abroad, in June 2016. As
Reading Can Save Your Life

Reading Can Save Your Life

As I sat at home, listening to the Baroque station on my Echo and reading a book against a backsplash of mismatched anti
Muslims Need to Admit Anti-Shia Oppression is a Problem

Muslims Need to Admit Anti-Shia Oppression is a Problem

I’ve never felt comfortable in Muslim spaces dominated by those who openly or surreptitiously ascribe to a belief
Islam on the Banks of the Thames
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Islam on the Banks of the Thames

William Shakespeare turned 400 last year. Christopher Jackson revisits his work to find that Shakespeare’s jo
“Unregulated Talkativeness” and the Misuse of the Freedom of Speech

“Unregulated Talkativeness” and the Misuse of the Freedom of Speech

During a Saturday morning perusal of my bookshelf, I found myself looking for something to satiate a mood I couldn&rsquo



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