All posts tagged: Imrana Mohammad

Child Abuse is at an All-Time High in the Philippines, with the West as the Leading Consumer

The Philippines is the country with the highest production of child abuse material. Charities have estimated that 1 in 5 children are involved in some form of exploitation, and it is commonly the parents and relatives profiteering from the abuse. The lockdowns during the Pandemic left vulnerable children trapped with financially desperate adults. Many may […]

Deep Fake Technology under Liberal Values Destroys the Lives of Thousands of Women

On the 21st of October 2022 the BBC reported on the story of Anti-vice campaigner Kate Isaacs. Her campaigns to limit explicit content that objectifies women for entertainment and profit was met with videos being made using her image. These “deepfake” videos digitally superimpose her face over other actors to create a false sense that […]

Muslim Women and Children in the Ukraine Face an Uncertain Ramadan without the Protection of the Khilafah

N-World News reported on the 4th of March 2022 that approximately 250,000 Muslims of Tatar origin are affected by the war in the Ukraine. They face discrimination and challenges in asserting their Islamic identity as the expression of the Khilafah (Caliphate) and its obligation is banned in Russia but not the Ukraine directly. The current […]

Liberal Democratic Laws Allow People to Freeze at the Borders of “Civilized” Nations

Thousands of people, mostly from Iraq, Syria and Yemen are at the Belarus border with Poland, enduring freezing conditions in the hope of crossing into the EU. Currently there are approximately 2000 people in makeshift camps where women and children are at risk of dying of exposure. The Belarus government is accused of facilitating illegal […]

One year on from the COVID 19, Niqab Wearing Sisters are Still Left Oppressed

On the 16th of February 2020, the news outlet First Post discussed the dilemma of Niqab wearing women in the advent of compulsory mask wearing. The report states “Studies have shown that Muslim women are more likely to experience prejudice in public spaces, employment and other services, when they dress religiously. Over 80% of the […]