Podcast Ep. 14: Back to the Future | Khilafa & Islamic Governance

100 hijri years have passed since the abolishment of the Ottoman Caliphate, marking a milestone in the history of Islamic governance. In Episode 14, the TQP team sits down for a conversation on the concept of Khilafa, the Islamic political model, and challenges for envisioning Islamic governance in the modern period. Listen to Ep. 14 below, or find your favorite platform — including Apple Podcasts, … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 14: Back to the Future | Khilafa & Islamic Governance

Podcast Ep. 6: Pseudoscience | Heraa Hashmi

Heraa Hashmi joins the TQP team to discuss secularism in science. Continuing the discussion from our previous episode, we take a look at the relationship between religion and science in academia, as well as the moral implications of attempting to divorce theology from the study of the natural world. Broaching a range of topics including mental health, medical ethics, and abortion, we delve into the … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 6: Pseudoscience | Heraa Hashmi

Podcast Ep. 4: All the Lonely People

Our first honored guest, Ilham Ibrahim, joins us to discuss her article “Individualism and the Destruction of Community”. We get a look into the founding of Ilham’s project, Qurtuba Online, and reflect on the departure of the holy month of Ramadan. Ilham Ibrahim is the founder of Qurtuba Online. A surgical nurse by profession, she’s an avid reader, martial arts enthusiast and enjoys studying history … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 4: All the Lonely People

Podcast Ep. 3: I, Keyboard Warrior

Has communal discourse among Muslims become polarized? In this episode, we discuss the ways in which some are addressing liberal tremors in the Muslim community, where they may fall short, and how to begin gathering the broken pieces. This conversation was inspired by an article recently published by Al-Madina Institute entitled “Why We Must Recapture Scholarly Discourse from Extreme Bloggers”. Read: Walaa & Baraa: Loyalty … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 3: I, Keyboard Warrior

Podcast Ep. 2: On Populism & Martyrdom

In our second episode, we take a look at populism as a framework for understanding the tragedy that took place in Christchurch, New Zealand. Support the United For Christchurch Campaign Listen to Ep. 2 below, or find your favorite platform — including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google podcasts, and more — here on Anchor. Continue reading Podcast Ep. 2: On Populism & Martyrdom