A writer from prison finds the Crescent International a blessing in his quest for acquiring knowledge and understanding of the global situation.
Muslims prepare to welcome Ramadan and engage the noble Qur’an. The ICIT offers a meaningful engagement through its Digital Library: www:icit-digital.org
One of our correspondents shares his experiences of working with the Crescent International and what it has contributed to creating awareness about regional as well as global issues. After writing for ICIT’s publication, Crescent International, since 2009, one of our journalists decided to share his understanding and experience of working with the oldest surviving Islamic publication on current affairs.1
Reader lauds Crescent’s coverage and the information it provides to understand what is really going on in the world.
The ICIT is about to embark on an ambitious project to make its vast literature available on the web. The aim is to equip emerging Islamic leadership with the tools necessary to set the directional course on a path to Allah.
The Crescent International cover design of last issue (August 2013) so accurately captured the essence of events in Egypt that it became an instant success worldwide.
Appreciating Abu Dharr’s columns and expressing thanks to Crescent International for its coverage of global events.
With this issue, Crescent International enters it forty-second year of publication. This in itself is a milestone. No other Islamic magazine claiming global readership has survived this long.
Crescent’s perspective on world events is unique and increasingly people are turning to it to get a better understanding of what is happening around the world.
One reader in Nigeria wants the Crescent to become a weekly to keep the Ummah informed of developments.
I recall reading that incarcerated Muslims in prison are the “Forgotten Muslims.” I asked myself, why?
I am writing to say that every article in the Crescent is the whole truth and it is the best newsmagazine of the Islamic movement that I have read.
This issue of Crescent International is late going to press because of global events over which we have no control. One problem is that people do not check with us before planning their important events such as weddings.
In an age before the Internet, therefore, the key instrument of this work was the Crescent International newsmagazine, published from Toronto.
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