Faisal Ali is a Producer at TRT World.
Experts say Washington should stop peddling false reports based on denial, which further increase Somali public grievances against America.
Fifty years ago today in Somalia, Mohammed Siad Barre’s military coup ended Somalia’s brief democratic period, which paved the way for civil war when the regime eventually collapsed. His contested legacy divides Somalis to this day.
How a young Somali artist who left home as a child used comics as a medium to re-narrate Somali stories.
Mukhtar Robow, a former Al Shabab deputy commander has raised questions in Somalia about what to do with former militants and if they have a future in politics.
Border conflicts have marred east African states for decades, but some political goodwill has finally emerged in the region, seeking to build an enduring peace.
An aspiring entrepreneur Hodan Nalayeh felt Western media lacked nuance on Somalia and launched her own YouTube channel to counter oversimplified or exaggerated media coverage.
Heraa Hashmi compiled a 712-page Google doc of times when Muslims have condemned terror attacks. A year on she reflects on that decision.
Ebrahim Rasool, formerly an anti-Apartheid activist, turned politician and ambassador reflects on Israeli aggression against Palestinians, drawing parallels between the two experiences.
We speak to Asim Qureshi, who argues in his recently-released book that faith and ethics can play a crucial role in civil disobedience and no one should be apologetic about it.
The Gulf impasse caused political turmoil in the African country, with its central government aligning with Qatar and the federal states drifting towards the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The crisis has begun to challenge the country's territorial integrity.
America's relationship to Islam goes back to the early 1800s, when Muslim slaves fought for their freedom — and there are lessons in it for America today.
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