A moment of prayer for the massacre in Sudan

There is a massacre happening in Sudan and the world is silent.There was more news coverage of an empty building that burnt in Paris than there is about 100 bloated bodies found dead in the Nile.  Ya Allah help our… Read More ›


Refuge: The Neighboring Nations

When Europe and North America turned their backs on Syrian refugees, much of the obligation fell on neighboring nations. Iraq accepted 200,000 Syrian refugees, while Jordan and other middle-income countries also took on thousands of exiles they couldn’t necessarily afford. Uganda, likewise, embraced a generous approach… Read More ›

Refuge: To Flee or Not to Flee

No society is perfect. In the United States, African-American men are at greater risk of police violence. In Saudi Arabia, a woman who commits adultery might face public execution. In Russia, dissidents who denounce Vladimir Putin may find themselves jailed, or worse. But regardless… Read More ›

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