“If you can’t trust the messenger, don’t trust the message”— so goes the famous English saying. This powerful saying is the bedrock of civilised society’s quest for the truth and clarity over various vexing issues. The quest for the truth and certainty is well encapsulated in the famous aphorism of British epistemological philosopher and political theorist, Bertrand Russell, who posed the question— is there any knowledge that is so certain that no reasonable man could doubt it?.

Why a credible voter register is crucial for 2017 polls

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Let us engage our children in productive activities this holiday

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Alarm as NCDs chew away young Muslims lifes

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Waqf institution in Kenya; the need for transparency and accountability

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Muslim women seek self-defense options amid reports of hate crime

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Governors in North Eastern counties raise alarm over drought

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