Nine quotes from Malcolm X that still ring true in our contemporary context.
35.2 | Muslim Atlantic
Emre Kazim reviews “Islam, Authoritarianism and Underdevelopment” by Ahmet Kuru.
At last, water. One plastic cup, three-quarters full. He hands it over and a tremor assaults me, causing the surface to ripple.
It began with the ‘First Lady’ of Islamic hip-hop, Miss Undastood. A social worker by day who moonlights as an emcee.
The United States and the United Kingdom have enjoyed a close and mutually influential alliance for decades.
In every religious tradition, issues of religious authority and leadership are eminently complex and contentious. The religion of Islam on the two sides of the Atlantic is no exception to this rule.
Sohail Daulatzai in conversation with Peter Mandaville.
Like Gilroy’s vision of the Black Atlantic, the Muslim Atlantic is necessarily and by definition a phenomenon of diaspora.