Proudly Muslim & Black
“This year’s PM&B Virtual Conference themed ‘Islam and Racial Justice’ saw scholars, community workers and campaigners as well as young Black Muslims across age range, even as young as age 10, talk and discuss various topic addressing issues of racial inequalities within the Muslim Community as well as the general UK society with the objective of acknowledging the age-long inequality suffered by Black African and Afro-Caribbean Communities while seeking to Foster conversations and actions to eradicate this within the Muslim Community specifically and within the UK generally. click here
People named ‘Muhammad’ in medieval England
Dr Caitlin Green, historian/archaeologist, writes on people with Muslim names in 13th Century Lincolnshire. Click here.
John Dickie presents many facts on the Freemasons but there is more to be said. click here
Obituary note: Dr. Salman Raschid
“The Royal College of Psychiatrists (Philosophy Special Interest Group) appointed him as the Convener of the R.D. Laing Conference in 1998/9 . . . Salman studied at Trinity College, Cambridge and served as President of the University’s Muslim Society, 1958-59. It was at his initiative that Professor Arberry was approached for a room at Pembroke College for Friday prayers.” click here.
Markets Need a Moral Compass
In the journal of the London Institute of Banking and Finance, Professor Iqbal Asaria argues that lightly regulated markets are harmful to social well-being and believes it is urgent that they are made to work for everyone rather than an elite. Click here