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The Migration from Power Suits to Business Casual to Smart Casual to Office Siren

The recent Tiktok trend of Genzenners trying to reclaim ‘personal power against misogyny’ by dressing as a hooker pretending to be an office worker has left some us scratching our heads.

The Strategic Alliance Agreement and its Ambitions for a Greater Israel

Balochistan Think Tank Network Research Officer Ali Abbas discusses the proposed US-Saudi Strategic Alliance Agreement in light of the ongoing slaughter of Palestinian civilians in Gaza.

Dubai Pledges to Train One Million People in AI

The first of its kind, the Dubai Future Foundation pledges to train one million people in artificial intelligence within the next three years.

Malaysia Follows UAE Footsteps in its Desire to Join BRICS

Malaysian PM says that joining BRICS will enable the country to more effectively amplify its voice on the international stage.

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Basket Pour Toutes Calls on the IOC to End Hijab Ban Ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games

Human Rights Watch publishes a statement on behalf of numerous sports organisations urging the International Olympic Committee to publicly call on sporting authorities in France to overturn the Hijab Ban in French sport.

Bank Muamalat To Launch Islamic Banking Super App By Q4 2024

Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad (Bank Muamalat) partners with Backbase, and Mambu to lead its digital Islamic banking transformation.

Investor Alert! USD 9 Billion Opportunity in MENA’s EV Market

According to analysts, EV adoption will gain major momentum in the Middle East thanks to growing tech-savvy urban hubs in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, in addition to a significant drop in the cost of EVs over the past decade.

The Muslim Vote Matters in the 2024 UK Election

Grassroots organisation The Muslim Vote aims to mobilise our brothers and sisters to vote in targeted constituencies where Muslims make up over ten percent of the electorate. Check out the list of independent MPs if you, like many of us, desire a sweeping change from the current state of affairs.

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.

Investor Alert! USD 9 Billion Opportunity in MENA’s EV Market

According to analysts, EV adoption will gain major momentum in the Middle East thanks to growing tech-savvy urban hubs in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, in addition to a significant drop in the cost of EVs over the past decade.

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.

Türkiye and Malaysia’s Bi-Lateral Relations Continues to Advance in Economic and Diplomatic Spheres

The evolving partnership between Türkiye and Malaysia can be attributed to several factors, including shifting global dynamics, characterised by China’s ascent and the waning influence of the United States in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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The Migration from Power Suits to Business Casual to Smart Casual to Office Siren

The recent Tiktok trend of Genzenners trying to reclaim ‘personal power against misogyny’ by dressing as a hooker pretending to be an office worker has left some us scratching our heads.

The Strategic Alliance Agreement and its Ambitions for a Greater Israel

Balochistan Think Tank Network Research Officer Ali Abbas discusses the proposed US-Saudi Strategic Alliance Agreement in light of the ongoing slaughter of Palestinian civilians in Gaza.

Dubai Pledges to Train One Million People in AI

The first of its kind, the Dubai Future Foundation pledges to train one million people in artificial intelligence within the next three years.

Malaysia Follows UAE Footsteps in its Desire to Join BRICS

Malaysian PM says that joining BRICS will enable the country to more effectively amplify its voice on the international stage.

Basket Pour Toutes Calls on the IOC to End Hijab Ban Ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games

Human Rights Watch publishes a statement on behalf of numerous sports organisations urging the International Olympic Committee to publicly call on sporting authorities in France to overturn the Hijab Ban in French sport.

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The Migration from Power Suits to Business Casual to Smart Casual to Office Siren

The recent Tiktok trend of Genzenners trying to reclaim ‘personal power against misogyny’ by dressing as a hooker pretending to be an office worker has left some us scratching our heads.

How Western Education Fueled Discontent During Ethiopia’s Revolutionary Student Movement

Ethiopian History Scholar Messay Kebede discusses the influence of Marxism and Western European education on the Ethiopian student movement during the 1974 revolution.

History’s Most Misunderstood Concept in Religious Discourse is Fundamentalism

According to UK-based writer and academic Ayesha Naseem, many people think they understand the term fundamentalism; however, when asked to define it, they are unable to do so. A century after it was first used, there is still not one agreed universal definition of fundamentalism.

Alina Khan Takes Top Honour at the British Muslim Awards 2024

Bradford College Vice Principal Alina Khan has been awarded the 'Noor Inayat Khan Muslim Woman of the Year' at the British Muslim Awards held at the Muslim Heritage Centre in Manchester UK this week.

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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.

Iraqi Inspired Falafels Delivers Highs Under Arizona Skies

Pita Bistro Co-Founder Sarmad Amanoail  says  that playing with marinade spices and flavours is not only a feast for the palate, he likens it to the experience of tasting colours.

Hubba Baba Gannoush, Did Somebody Say Shawarma!

Turkish restaurant Antepli Mediterranean in Albany Park Chicago delights locals who crave middle eastern meats and sweet treats. Be sure to try their fresh pita with beef shawarma and polish it off with a Kunefa and Turkish black tea!

Washington State Passes Halal Food Consumer Protection Act

Federal Way Activist Muhammad Nazeer discusses the passing of the new Halal Food Consumer Protection Act and what it means for Muslims living in Washington State.

Birmingham to Host The 2024 Halal Food Festival

Food, fetes, and fanfare are the mainstay of summer celebrations, and this year, it will be ushered in at the Halal Food Festival on 25-26 May at Birmingham.

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