When sane feels insane – is the message sufficient for our reform?

by Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) The heart breaking narrations of the event of Kerbala have been around us since most of us were born, the ordeals that the Holy Imam (AS) and his caravan endured have been sources for relief to our…

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Neo Islam – the horrors ahead

by Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) The recent events cascading the Khoja Shi’a community globally, sparked by a family’s decision to abet the actions of their son, and then not just defending it but using proxies to demand the social and cultural acceptance…

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Actions and unintended consequences

By Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) We have all heard the anecdotal story of an animal crushing his master’s face with a large rock having the intention and goodwill to rid the master’s inconvenience of a fly hovering around his node as he…

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Be like the flower…

Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) As we step into the night where the world’s greatest leader, the highest standing representative of the people, the pinnacle of knowledge and wisdom and the embodiment of courage and bravery, rose from his state of prostration to…

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Namazi ban na sakaa…

Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) The advent of the ICT revolution has undoubtedly placed the world at a very unfamiliar and exciting threshold, where there is so much knowledge around for everyone to pick and utilise to their advantage and for the benefit…

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