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Ramadan in Croatia

Ramadan in Croatia

May 19, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
Pomaks: Slavic people of Muslim faith in Bulgaria

Pomaks: Slavic people of Muslim faith in Bulgaria

Slavic Muslim representation in the Balkans is not confined to Bosnians, so loudly had become in the early 90’s. last century. For several centuries the territory of Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey inhabits the other Slavic peoples of Muslim faith, calling themselves ahryane and outside the society known as Pomaks. Modern Pomaks live mostly in southern and south-eastern Bulgaria – mainly[Read More…]

February 17, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
Bosnian Actor’s Story Of Becoming a Muslim

Bosnian Actor’s Story Of Becoming a Muslim

Alexander – a convert to Islam grew up in a communist family in former Yugoslavia and remained in Bosnia after Yugoslavia fell apart. He is an actor who lives and works in Sarajevo, a capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and this interview was done during Eddie’s visit to Bosnia few months ago. Alexander talks about the natural tendency that is[Read More…]

February 9, 2018 0 comments Faith
An interview with Prof.Yakubovich, Ukrainian academic and Muslim

An interview with Prof.Yakubovich, Ukrainian academic and Muslim

The website “Islam for Europeans” presents to readers an interview of it’s CEO Haroun Sidorov with Professor Mikhail Yakubovich, a native Ukrainian Muslim, the author of the first translation of the meaning of the Qur’an into Ukrainian, an academic Islamologist and a prominent figure in the Muslim community of Ukraine. As-salamu aleykum, professor Yakubovich. Please say something about yourself to[Read More…]

January 6, 2018 0 comments Our guest
The road map for new Caucasian Muslims (Shaykh Ali Adani)

The road map for new Caucasian Muslims (Shaykh Ali Adani)

Abu Salif Ahmad ‘Ali al-‘Adanî, born in the Yemen, is an Italian Muslim and one of the scholars devoted to the revival of the classical knowledge of Ahl as-Sunnah, in particular the existential legacy of the Islamic West. He has studied in Tunis, with Shaykh an-Nayfar, the then greatest exponent of traditional Maliki knowledge together with such as Shaykh al-Akhwah, and a[Read More…]

December 3, 2017 0 comments Our vision
Spanish and Slavic Muslim emirates in the Islamic Andalus

Spanish and Slavic Muslim emirates in the Islamic Andalus

Following the collapse and disintegration of the Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba during the civil wars of 1009–1013, al-Andalus fragmented into about 20-30 kingdoms known as the party kingdoms, reyes de taifas or mulūk al-tawā’if. Some of these emirates, such as the Taifa of Silves, were little more than self-governing city-states while others, such as the Taifa of Seville, controlled large swathes of territory.[Read More…]

November 26, 2017 0 comments History & Culture
The song about Bosnian heroes

The song about Bosnian heroes

Song “Devet Heroja” which means “Nine Heroes” in Bosnian, and it is a story about nine martyrs of Bosnia, who sacrificed their lives for the survival of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its people. The visuals in the video are stunning, and the editing is on point. Translation is below. The barricade of our freedom is the river Drina My brother,[Read More…]

November 19, 2017 0 comments History & Culture