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Making Transparency Clear

Making transparency clear: Andrew Seaman explains how “transparency” grew as a recognized concept in journalism.

Journalism was largely opaque until the invention and widespread use of the internet, he writes. 31 more words


Breaking the Chains 7: SPUB'S recent positions and conclusion.

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Oh Muslims,

This final part of the series, which is part seven, is based upon the positions of SPUBS. To be fair, in the past they took positions that were correct and based upon evidences. 1,022 more words


letter to the editor: not the arenas

A version of this letter appeared on page A12 of The Globe and Mail on December 26, 2017.

Dear The Globe and Mail:

Re: … 241 more words

Maple Leafs

Deciding on Corrections or Clarifications

Correcting “significant errors:” The Guardian’s readers’ editor tells how he decides if an error needs a correction or clarification, using six criteria.

“Seriousness of any potential harm” tops the list, followed by “consequences if item misunderstood.” 22 more words


Rights of the Prophet

Khutbah on the rights of the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم.

Link: https://app.box.com/s/98344bhxx7a2w08fqho9dp5uif00ai98

Assumptions About the Homeless

A lot of people have their own assumptions about homeless people, just as they may have their own assumptions about us. I think we should try to see things from their perspective before making any assumptions. 305 more words

Breaking the Chains 5: Tabdee' requires proof [The scholastic methodology]

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

This will be possibly the longest post in this series. However, it is essential to clarify it matter with copious evidences so that the reader, after having read it, wouldn’t have any doubt regarding the methodology of the ‘ 2,559 more words