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Let what you speak be the Truth: C Hamza

Jaihoon unearths some unconventional treasures in the second meet with the Mystic of Melattur

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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 of able jurists in Muslim Kerala

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From Ninowa with Love: Kerala embraces Sheikh Ninowy

Sheikh Dr. Muhammad, the Syrian-born American Islamic scholar, shares his philosophy of Unconditional Compassion as he learns about the the legacy of peace-loving Muslim Kerala

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Dubai KMCC 2.0: Cherishing a new Culture of Compassion

Philanthropy should be able to bring about a positive change in the life of the beneficiary and ultimately make him self-sustainable, says Anwar Naha, the president of Dubai KMCC, as he shares his vision of “reform-oriented social change” with Mujeeb Jaihoon.

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Liberating Kerala Islam from Sectarian Priesthood

Kerala Islam is today chained in priesthood and the constant sectarian bullying has robbed them of the opportunity of discovering the beauty of Islam

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Lavishing Legacy with Literature : Sami Yusuf attends Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival

The three disciplines – Music, History and Literature – assembled in beautiful proportion deep in the chamber of their hearts. They took home the melodious words of this Nasheed artist, ‘reading is the coolest thing to do’

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Meeting with the Mystic of Melattur

The silent scholar is not a regular darling of the religious establishments. He rarely attends phone calls and, though has a laptop, does not bother to check emails. Taking advantage of this rare opportunity of meeting him, I blatantly bombed him with a host of questions to which he very patiently answered

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Kerala is worth a Thousand FEZ : Jaihoon

Kerala is worth a thousand FEZ. Let the world know about it. Sincerely a restless soul… Jaihoon’s review on the India premiere of “Fez : City of Saints”

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Wounded Sultan, Valiant Sufi

The Sufi Sultan had just returned from US after a critical operation. He was perhaps in the greatest crisis of his life. Losses enveloped him from all frontiers. That’s when Jaihoon approached him with some questions.

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Said Nursi: Modern Islam’s axe against Materialism

Nursi helped millions to sail safely and smoothly through the rivers of modern science and ancient religion. He harmonized the ambitions of science with the ideals of Religion.

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