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Neglecting One’s Past is the Betrayal of Identity

In a revisionist conversation with Mujeeb Jaihoon, KKN Kurup laments Kerala’s neglect of Thuhfathul Mujahideen, the manifesto of anti-colonial struggle.

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Mosques and Libraries Deserve Equal Patronage

Knowledge and Books are the true DNA of traditional Muslim identity. Its renewal, too, can only be based on the revival of the Written Word, contents Mujeeb Jaihoon

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Islam: House-full for Moderates. Sold out for Extremists

Excesses in devotion is toxic to Spiritual enlightenment, writes Mujeeb Jaihoon, in a critical appraisal of the rising extremist influence among Muslims.

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Imam Gazzali Academy: An intellectual furnace amidst the lush mountains

From the outset, the Academy is no more than any other Muslim seminary in Kerala. But looks can be deceptive— Mujeeb Jaihoon on his experience at IGA.

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Remembering Kerala’s Spiritual Democrat

Mujeeb Jaihoon’s eulogy for late Shaykh Mohiyuddin Musliyar Athipatta (1936-2018), the under-explored goldmine of modern Muslim Kerala.

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