Part II The Daily Mail is “the most successful and powerful newspaper in Britain”, explains Nick Davies.
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Part I An expose by an award winning journalist, Nick Davies, reveals a profession where falsehood, distortion and propaganda are ubiquitous.
A spectacular, sweeping account of a tragic ruler in tragic times, The Last Mughal centres around the life of Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar II, culminating in the Indian Uprising of 1857 and its aftermath.
Whilst reading this welcome contribution I realised that I was reminded that I have an enormous responsibility when it comes to teaching my children. The impact of a teacher on a "young learner" is one that is potentially life-shaping and life-long. The Canada-based Muslim Education Foundation (MEF) aims to provide a framework for teaching young [...]
This is not your usual dry history textbook of names and dates. The size of this work by Adil Salahi, at over 800 pages, can be a little off-putting for some but it is just what we need: an engaging book in English on seerah.
The author of 27 nonfiction books for children, including biographies of Emily Dickinson and J.K. Rowling, Californian Bradley Steffens has recently authored a book about the medieval Muslim scientist Ibn al-Haytham.