Challenges Faced by Muslim Students as they Study in the West – 2021 Guide

Education has been considered as the key to success from time immemorial. With so many factors remaining dependant on the level of education that you attain, it is no wonder that students all over the world are constantly trying to pursue their academic journey in different countries. In recent years, there has been a great … Read more

8 Benefits of Online Examination Systems in 2021

The world is going through a tough phase due to the outbreak of COVID-19. As there is a major interruption in various industries including the education space. All the major universities are compelled to cancel lectures and postpone examinations to avoid spreading coronavirus and remaining safe:- mettl.com. All the leading universities of the world have … Read more

Fears of forced hijab fuel alarm over Turkey’s Islamic school surge

Protestors march with placards reading “Enough! Don’t turn our schools to Imam Hatips” on August 25, 2014, at Kadikoy in Istanbul. In recent months, parents have demonstrated outside of schools which have been turned into Imam Hatips – schools specializing in religious education combined with a modern curriculum. By Dilay Gundogan, Emmanuelle Baillon ISTANBUL (AFP) … Read more

Journey Of HAJI school by Sabbah Haji

Sabbah Haji is the Director of Haji public school, a not-for-profit school established in 2009 in a tiny Himalayan village in the Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. She opened a school to give education to children there as she felt that education is the base for progress and development. Founded and driven by Mr. … Read more

On Islamic Feminism and Women’s Rights: Lecture by Dr Amina Wadud

What has tauhid got to do with human rights? Why are family laws so different all over the world? Dr. Amina Wadud helps Sya Tahato detangle these ideas. Last week, on October 14, I had the glorious opportunity to listen to a lecture by Dr. Amina Wadud on “Islam, Feminism and Human Rights” at Leiden … Read more