The Last Nizam of Hyderabad Who Wasn’t
Mukarram Jah inherited the wealth of the world’s richest man, but swiftly squandered it. To this day, many consider him unworthy of the title.
Pakistan’s Expulsion of Afghans Threatens Centuries of Shared History
As the government accelerates deportations, Afghan refugees speak out on the loss of home, culture, and community.
Dates: The Sacred Superfood that Withstood Millennia
The ancient drupe has long been a staple for Muslims. Now, it’s the latest fad for health nuts in the West.