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Islam and Science

Y. Mermer We attain to that worship, in pan, by discovering through scientific inquiry the order in the book of the universe, its operative functions...

Al-Andalus: The Lost Civilization

Y. Yilmaz How many people now know who Ibn Hazm, Al-Mu’tamid, Ibn Tufayl, Abu Ishaq al-Butruji were, or even where they came from? Most probably,...

Travel writers and their oriental women

K. Aydin After the period of the Crusades, a more direct and close encounter took place in the 19th century when, for political, economic and...

Islamic Perpective on Knowledge and Learning

M.H Kayani Progress in knowledge and technology may be likened to the widening ripples caused by a pebble thrown in a pool of water. All...

Can Turks Like Baseball?

Dr. Fatih Yegul I wouldn’t have imagined that one day I’d be taking my kids to a baseball game, just like any unwavering republican wouldn’t...

Review: The Shining

Abdullah Miyazada, The Circle All movie adaptations, regardless of how faithful it remains to the original text, tend to stray away from many of the...

My Life in KW

Juneyt Yetkiner My journey in Waterloo started 18 years ago. I was 22 and I left my dear country for chasing after what some call the...

Islamic Art Institute opening in New York to challenge stereotypes

The 2,500 sq ft space will host exhibitions with Muslim and Arab artists, foster interfaith dialogue with public discussions and will be home to...

Mosque Attack Makes Jewish-Muslim Art Project Especially Powerful

ike many, I feel horrified and overwhelmed by the brutal attack at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec in my home province. I am...

Islamic Treasure House: The Aga Khan Museum

Among the treasures of Islamic art in the collection of Toronto’s new Aga Khan Museum is a gloriously illuminated folio salvaged from a famous,...