Remembering is a Political Act

Remembering is a Political Act

"Remembering is a Political Act" On January 29, it will be two years since Alexandre Bissonnette shot and killed six Muslims and injured many others...
Indian Nationalism, Islamophobia and the Kashmir Question

Indian Nationalism, Islamophobia and the Kashmir Question

Every other Politician, Media Panelist and Editorial piece would claim Kashmir as an “integral part” of India, but alas every “Kashmiri” is a suspected...
Professor Tariq Ramadan & France's Islamophobia

Professor Tariq Ramadan & France’s Islamophobia

"Professor Tariq Ramadan & France's Islamophobia" Professor Tariq Ramadan's case and the solitary confinement he faces in a French prison sheds some light on the...
Brief Notes on Islam & Islamic Feminisms

Brief Notes on Islam & Islamic Feminisms

Brief Notes on Islam & Islamic Feminisms I want to start by recognizing my teachers on the subject of women and Islam: Asma Lamrabet3 ,...
The case of Austria's foreign minister & Muslim kindergartens

The case of Austria’s foreign minister & Muslim kindergartens

"The case of Austria's foreign minister & Muslim kindergartens" Historically, there has always been a relation between knowledge production and power structures. Austria's Foreign and...
The Rising Far-Right in Eastern Germany

The Rising Far-Right in Eastern Germany

"The Rising Far-Right in Eastern Germany" This weekend, two major German states will go to the ballots. Sachsen and Brandenburg, two politically quite different states,...
From Granada to Guantanamo: The torturing of the Muslim subject

From Granada to Guantanamo: The torturing of the Muslim subject

"From Granada to Guantanamo: The torturing of the Muslim Subject" Teaching a summer course on Muslim Decolonial Thought in Granada, Spain, brought me again into...