Remembering Maulana Sayyid Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi

It's been 19 years since the esteemed Islamic scholar, historian, and literate, Maulana Sayyid Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi, passed away (on 31st December 1999). The variety and extent of his contributions is mesmerizing to say the least! Today, he is still remembered due to his services and, particularly, through his writings which haven been translated in various languages. This article is a brief obituary in his remembrance; click on the picture above and read it through!

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‘Quacks’ masquerading as ‘Doctors’?

Some Medical Doctors exhibit a dangerous misconduct during their clinical practice. Is it ignorance, dishonesty or arrogance? The Medical community needs to ponder over these issues. This article mentions a few of my personal experiences in Pakistan. Click on the picture to read further!

‘Aurangzeb: The Man and the Myth’ — separating exaggerations from truth

'Aurangzeb: The Man and the Myth' has become a hot title penned by the renowned American historian, Audrey Truschke. While most scholars and people have applauded her work, some have resorted to denial and hateful attacks on her. The reason for this contention is the personality around whom the book revolves - the Mughal Emperor of India, Aurangzeb Alamgir (d 1707). So what prompted Audrey to write this book and what makes it different? Click on the picture to read my review!

The rise of ‘stupidity’ — how knowledge is in decline

Despite the advancements in science and technology and despite the wide access to education and knowledge, are we seeing a significant 'rise in stupidity'? Click on the picture to find out!

TTP and TLP: different labels, similar ideology?

"A myopic worldview has generally tied ‘extremism’ with specific communities — much of the world has put the blame of extremism on Muslims while the Muslims, in turn, have tried to throw it at particular ‘religious’ groups. However, this ‘erroneous perception’ bars us from identifying ‘extremist tendencies’ beyond the communities/groups whom we’ve comfortably put the blame upon!" Click on the picture to read more!