The organisation “Mort sans toi(t)” staged a tribute yesterday afternoon in the square of the common graveyard (La Guillotière, Lyon), in dedication of the homeless who had died between July 2009 to June 2010 alone and on the streets. Once (…)
There have been intense and severe debates in Europe, but one topic outshines others during the last several months. “Banning the Burka!” Belgium and France initiated the first step and have paved the way for some politicians in other countries (…)
“For once, I started working as a negro. I do not know if the Blacks have always worked so hard, but finally I had …” These few words uttered last Friday by Jean-Paul Guerlain on the set of “13h de (…)
People ask me about Muslims in Germany and want me to describe their situation in the country where I was born and bred in. It’s really difficult to answer those questions. I often don’t know what to say. People in Germany say (…)
“Personally, I think “Palestine” is a fantasy state, impossible to create now that the Israelis have stolen so much of the Arabs’ land for their colonial projects. Go take a look at the West Bank, if you don’t believe me.” (…)
Just the Face tells the story of five women and their experiences during the first year of the face veil ban across France. The film will show first hand how these women are coping with this law, and what happens (…)
The upcoming Dutch-born Nasheed singer Fathi Otmani recently launched his first video clip named The Most High. We asked him a few questions, enjoy it. 1) Fathi, tell us something about your childhood, how was that like? Born and raised (…)
This 10.000 people conference will present the merciful and peaceful personality of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to the wider western Muslim youth, as well as non-Muslims, and how his life and teachings are relevant to our situation today.
30 Mosques in 30 States is Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq’s Ramadan road trip across the United States. Beginning Aug. 1 in Alaska, the two will spend each night of Ramadan at a different mosque in 30 states around the (…)
This is an award winning creative video piece performed in a ‘rap-style’ using sign language (BSL) that focuses on the key issues that matter most to the group. They cover issues relating to communication, learning to deal with deaf people and how they want to be seen by wider society.