Souls that aspire. Voices that inspire.

Features & Interviews

Some live and die without a trace. Others leave a trail of life-changing inspiration. Jaihoon seeks to capture the essence of the globe’s most fascinating personalities.

Sultan by Name. Sultan in Vision & Action too

(On Dr. Sheikh Sultan, the Sharjah emir's passionate call for Cultural & Educational intervention to counter terrorist elements and moral ...
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Bright Lessons from the Book of Blind

Visit to the Home for the Destitute Blind, in Kizhuparamba village of Kerala, March 08 2017 Blind people teach us ...
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Internet Is Not a Holy Place, says Abdal Hakim Murad

Internet is not a holy place for spiritual seekers, says Abdal Hakim Murad to Jaihoon Online learning lacks warmth & ...
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Let what you speak be the Truth: C Hamza

Meeting with C Hamza, April 05 2016. Melattur, Kerala This was the second opportunity to be an audience to some ...
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The Trade Secret behind Muslim Kerala’s Sectarian Scholarship

Najeeb Moulavi, in a maverick conversation with Mujeeb Jaihoon, laments on organizational partisanship casting an infinite shadow in the making ...
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From Ninowa with Love: Kerala embraces Sheikh Ninowy

Dr. Muhammad Al Ninowy, the Syrian-born American Islamic scholar, shares his philosophy of Unconditional Compassion as he learns about the ...
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Dubai KMCC 2.0: Cherishing a new Culture of Compassion

Anwar Naha, president of Dubai KMCC, believes that philanthropy should be able to bring about a positive change in the ...
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Liberating Kerala Islam from Sectarian Priesthood

It has become highly imminent for the scholars of Muslim Kerala to overcome their organisational and sectarian differences and adopt ...
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Lavishing Legacy with Literature : Sami Yusuf attends Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival

by Jaihoon April 22 2014, SHARJAH : It is the nature of humanity to strive for making his life serene ...
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Meeting with the Mystic of Melattur

Feb 09 2014 It was on a late Friday afternoon and less than an hour remained for the Maghrib adhan ...
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Kerala is worth a Thousand FEZ : Jaihoon

Review on the India premiere of “Fez : City of Saints” There is a growing set of social-media savvy Muslim ...
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Wounded Sultan, Valiant Sufi

- by Jaihoon Meeting with Sayyid Shihab (14 Oct 2006). It was an October afternoon in the month of Ramadan ...
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Said Nursi: Modern Islam’s axe against Materialism

Mujeeb Jaihoon on the Said Nursi conference organized by Darul HUda Islamic University on Jan 29 2012. Fotos by Fawaz ...
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Kalimat : The story of a Mother’s Journey to Publishing

- by Jaihoon Part two of a series of essays on Sharjah International Book Fair 2011 Atoms are at the ...
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As you Read, so shall you Reap

- by Jaihoon Part one of a series of essays on Sharjah International Book Fair 2011 Cultivating Arts & Culture ...
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Change is born in the Womb of Poetry: 100 Thousand Poets for Change (Sharjah)

- by Jaihoon Reflections on the 100 Thousand poets for Change, Sep 24 2011 From time immemorial, poetry has built ...
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Indian splendor in Arabian Museum

Visit to the "Glimpses of Courtly Splendour" exhibition The relationship between India and Arab world is not new neither for ...
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A Catwalk by little ones

Firstly, I decided to make the visit to this 'catwalk' because all around was the talk about the war. The ...
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A rare moment with the great historian

As part of the research for the project (codenamed 'From sand dunes to paddy fields), a meeting was held with ...
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A New Gospel of Economics

In splendor, in seduction and in grace, The buildings of banks outsoar the Houses of God. In appearance it is ...
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Training the present for taming the future

Past. Present. Future. Between these, man is a restless creature. His worry about the coming future is understandable. But it ...
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History for common sense

May 23, 2005. "The Gulf-Kerala relationship is not just about economics alone. There are other socio-cultural aspects which influence them", ...
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A Panakkad descendant @ the Cultural Oasis of Arabia

Syed Basheer Ali's visit to Sharjah Born in 1971, Syed Basheer Ali Shihab, received his primary education in local school ...
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‘I wish I was alive then…’

Review of the movie, Muhammad: The Last Prophet. (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) This is the age of pessimism. People lament ...
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Women operating behind the veil- Bliss or Curse?

The political role of women in al-Andalus What can cause a greater blow to one's self confidence than to arrive ...
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