In July 2015, three sisters – Ilhan, Hodan and Ayan Ibrahim – launched Qurtuba Publishing House, an Islamic publishing company based out of Ottawa. The company is committed to reclaiming the stories and perspectives of…View More Qurtuba Publishing House Reclaims Muslim Stories
My name is Mohamad Ali Ozeir. My father’s name is Ali. My mother’s name is Khadija. My children’s names are Zena, Hassan, Jenan, Nadine and Sahar. I look like a typical Arab man: dark, Middle…View More It’s Islamic Terrorism. So What?
Ever since Muslims began settling in the Canadian prairies, they’ve built bridges with their new community while maintaining their ties with their traditional culture. A devoted Muslim couple who moved to Regina, Saskatchewan in the…View More Documenting Muslim History in Saskatchewan
The ‘Arab Spring’ took the international community by storm in 2011, ushering in a new sense of optimism and hope for the people of the Arab world. Many countries in the Middle East and North…View More Tunisia: Why I Remain Optimistic