Trials and tribulations often expose the real mettle and character of people. This last week, we have seen how Corbyn has stood firm against a sea of opposition, unrelenting, on his democratic principles. Take heed, revolting MPs - your opposition to him is drawing not only public ire upon yourself, but public approbation and support for him.
Writer moonlighting as a Junior Doctor
Syed Muhammad Tahir Nasser is the science editor of The Review of Religions, social affairs commentator and medical doctor. He served as the UK President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association, organising national youth dialogues on issues such as terrorism, radicalisation and women’s rights. Tahir is a regular contributor and commentator in the national media.
23/05/2016 11:55 BST
Is ISIS's Interpretation of Islam Legitimate? How Top Journalists Cenk Uyger, Julia Hartley-Brewer and Gavin Ashenden All Got it Wrong
In short, the Qur'an tells the reader how it should be interpreted, so the notion that "it's all in the interpretation" is false. Extremists are desperate for all to accept their poisonous narrative as Gospel truth. My message? Don't believe the hype.
25/11/2015 11:29 GMT
Word is out. Belief in God will make your children less moral people, so say researchers from the University of Chicago. It's hit the news too, and looking at the comments sections, boy, those un-judgmental atheists are really showing how humble they can be.
11/11/2015 10:58 GMT
The World's Obsession With Rights Rather Than Responsibilities Is the Cause of the Syrian Refugee Crisis
A charter of Human Responsibilities rather than simply of Human Rights is, I believe, the next stage in establishing peace in society...
20/10/2015 15:38 BST
We would simply think and do what is best for others, as we would count them among our own kith and kin. And that's why this refugee crisis is my favourite crisis of all - because maybe, just maybe, it might teach us that our actions will return to us, if not today, then tomorrow.
23/09/2015 12:34 BST
Fear not - Ahmad is not a caliph of war, but the caliph of peace. He embodies the community's motto: Love for All, Hatred for None.
19/08/2015 23:06 BST
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