By Sumayya Anis
A review and summary of the most recent Campus day seminar, 'Love Actually.'
By Rasheed M
Surah Nasr [meaning divine assistance/victory] was the last full chapter of the Qur’an to be revealed and signified that the death of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was near. In fact, when the Prophet’s uncle, Ibn ‘Abbaas, heard the surah, he began to weep for this precise reason.
By Parin Begum
A review on the Campus winter residential 2020, 'The Prophet (sws) and his companions,' by Parin Begum, a campus attendee.
Tarig Mustafa, one of our regular ISB Campus attendees, received a First Class BEng Electronic Engineering degree from The University of Manchester in the summer of 2019. Tarig graduated within the top 0.5% of his cohort across all departments and was awarded the university's Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. As an IET (Institute of Engineering) award winner, and a UK Electronic Skills Foundation (UKESF) scholar, he was invited to write a guess blog for UKESF.
By Sumayya Anis
A reflection on the most recent Campus day seminar 'The Power of Prayer' by Sumayya Anis, a campus attendee.
By Imaan Irfan
“Do you shower in that?”
“Does it hurt when you stick those pins inside your head?”
“What do you call it…the head robe?”
It’s been just over four years since I first attempted to clumsily drape a scarf over my hair. I failed the first time, rather tragically. A swathe of cloth trailing down my back, I looked more like an Asian granny than a teenager bent on making a feminist statement…
by Zaina Cassam
Alhumdulillah this year I'm moving onto a new chapter in my life that will, Inshallah, be completely different and new compared to anything I have ever experienced before. It's going to require commitment, confidence, and an open eye. It will also therefore demand change.
Sara Saigol reflects on the topic of our last residential, 'A Tale of Two Civilisations', where we had a crash course in Islamic history
On the 15th March 2019, news broke of a shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Fifty people were killed, dozens injured. This attack was motivated by an anti-Muslim agenda. Amber Syed shares her reflections: