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Ex-Banker Finds Success and Satisfaction in Modern Malay Delish

According to Hock Kee Kopitiam Founder Nick Ng, leaps of faith require having a firm belief in what you’re doing and to take on challenges one task at a time.

Indonesian President Talks Bi-lateral Trade with State Visit to UAE

President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. Joko Widodo begins his two day state visit to the UAE this week, with the expectation to further strengthen bilateral trade across the financial and energy sectors.

How Unhealthy Assumptions Cannibalises Islam

Author Mariya bint Rehan discusses the paradoxical outcomes of social media influencers' pantomimes of ‘Muslimness’ and argues that in doing so, Islam is often portrayed as ludicrous and absurd.

NYUAD Researchers Uncover Weather Insights on Giant Exoplanet

In a study recently published in Nature Astronomy, Researchers in Abu Dhabi detail how they used the James Webb Space Telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument to observe the entire orbit of WASP-43b, a giant, gas-filled exoplanet.

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The Lessons of Olympians and Those Who Dare

Special Olympics Pakistan Youth Leader and Athlete Humaira Kazim says that being inclusive means working together, playing together and trying to understand each other. Sports will do that. 

NZ Gymnast Samadiana Fariz Flips Stereotypes with Double Dips and Twists

As part of its ongoing CHILL Campaign, the Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand (IWCNZ) discuss Gymnast Samadiana Fariz, an accomplished gymnast and coach whose achievements challenge perceptions of Muslim women in sport.

HASAN.VC Says Camel Startups Can Capitalise on Opportunities

According to HASAN.VC Managing Partner Umar Munshi, camel startups embody the spirit of adaptability and can thrive under difficult conditions.

The Tribute of the Three Cows and Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad

Former Malaysia Prime Minister Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad urges Muslims to unite as brothers in Islam at the Sheraton Park Lane in London this week.

Modern Muslims Can Keep the Faith in Daily Routines

iQIBLA launches Qwatch, an Islamic smartwatch with Quran, prayer times, health tracking and so much more to help empowers Muslims to connect faith with modern life.

HASAN.VC Says Camel Startups Can Capitalise on Opportunities

According to HASAN.VC Managing Partner Umar Munshi, camel startups embody the spirit of adaptability and can thrive under difficult conditions.

Indonesia Aims to Become a Global Halal Hub

The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises and Bank Syariah Indonesia (BSI) says that they are committed to helping Indonesia become a global halal financial hub.

The Humility of Those Who are Learned in Islam

Educator Linda Walia Ming shares her thoughts on why giving children a great education is a gift to the world.

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Ex-Banker Finds Success and Satisfaction in Modern Malay Delish

According to Hock Kee Kopitiam Founder Nick Ng, leaps of faith require having a firm belief in what you’re doing and to take on challenges one task at a time.

Indonesian President Talks Bi-lateral Trade with State Visit to UAE

President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. Joko Widodo begins his two day state visit to the UAE this week, with the expectation to further strengthen bilateral trade across the financial and energy sectors.

How Unhealthy Assumptions Cannibalises Islam

Author Mariya bint Rehan discusses the paradoxical outcomes of social media influencers' pantomimes of ‘Muslimness’ and argues that in doing so, Islam is often portrayed as ludicrous and absurd.

NYUAD Researchers Uncover Weather Insights on Giant Exoplanet

In a study recently published in Nature Astronomy, Researchers in Abu Dhabi detail how they used the James Webb Space Telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument to observe the entire orbit of WASP-43b, a giant, gas-filled exoplanet.

The Lessons of Olympians and Those Who Dare

Special Olympics Pakistan Youth Leader and Athlete Humaira Kazim says that being inclusive means working together, playing together and trying to understand each other. Sports will do that. 

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How Unhealthy Assumptions Cannibalises Islam

Author Mariya bint Rehan discusses the paradoxical outcomes of social media influencers' pantomimes of ‘Muslimness’ and argues that in doing so, Islam is often portrayed as ludicrous and absurd.

Rabbi Oury Cherki’s Open Letters to Islam Intersects with Contrast and Convergence

Brit Olam Institution Head Rabbi Oury Cherki argues that Non-Jews Who Practice the Ten Commandments from Allah fulfills his obligations towards achieving salvation.

The Humility of Those Who are Learned in Islam

Educator Linda Walia Ming shares her thoughts on why giving children a great education is a gift to the world.

Married Muslim Men are Marvellously Masculine

Fast cars and slick cigars maketh not the man! This week’s Letter from the Editor is a petite homage to all the good men that walk the earth.

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Ex-Banker Finds Success and Satisfaction in Modern Malay Delish

According to Hock Kee Kopitiam Founder Nick Ng, leaps of faith require having a firm belief in what you’re doing and to take on challenges one task at a time.

Turkey Berry Promises Mirth and Merry to Philly Patrons

The founders of a new SE Asian-inspired halal restaurant, Turkey Berry says the name was inspired by a local plant, which is known locally as a symbol of warmth and hospitality.

Jam, the Preserves of People, Place and Power

In the northern hemisphere, summer is in full swing, the season for turning stone fruits and sweet n’ tart berries into delicious jams and preserves for the next winter’s stock.

Believer Meats Aims to Heat Up the Cultivated Meat Market in MENA

Abu Dhabi based AgriFood Growth & Water Abundance (AGWA) and Believer Meats will partner to develop the cultivated meat market in Abu Dhabi.

Malaysian Palm Oil Farmers Battle Against the EU’s Deforestation Regulations

According to The Dayak Oil Palm Planters Association President Napolean Ningkos, the European Union’s deforestation regulations discriminate against local farmers who have been cultivating palm oil for decades and argues that the popular myth spun by NGOs that Dayaks are content to live as hunter-gatherers is conveniently false.

Heatflation a Hot Factor in Soaring Prices for Perishable Goods

A recent study claims that by 2035, climate change could be pushing food prices up by between around 1% and 3% every year. By 2060, heat-related issues may increase prices by as much as 4.3% annually.

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