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Has Eid become materialistic?

August 28, 2012

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  I remember the first Eid gifts I received when I was eight. It was the one thing I’d wanted so bad – a Casio watch! They were in a Snoopy and Peanuts goodie bag that me and my younger brother received when we were little. Inside, our mum was creative – there’d be an […]

Judaism and Zionism – that unambiguous grey area

May 13, 2012

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At a pro-Palestinian protest yesterday I couldn’t help but notice tourists walking past with furrowed brows and perplexed glances. They’d noticed something a little odd at a rally that is predominantly in the hearts and minds of Arabs belonging to a monotheistic faith. The longest humanitarian crisis of modern times is a daily reminder and […]

The emergence of Muslim Footballers in the Premier League

March 5, 2012

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In a world of money, fame, and living to excess with footballers stumbling outside nightclubs and strip joints at 2.45am on the morning before a match, it appears that now more than ever, the gap widens between the loyal blue collared fan and the fly-by-night, cash-strewn footballers in the Premier League. Everything about the Premiership […]