CBC’s Muslims in Canada: 10 Years Later: Looking back on Sept. 11, 2001, we often think about where we were when the first plane hit the World Trade Center. The bigger question is: Where are we today? The impact of the event was felt around the globe, most especially in Arab and Muslim communities. In Canada, it led to questions about our multicultural way of life, the place of religion in society and the integration of immigrants. To gauge the extent of the changes in the last 10 years, CBC/Radio-Canada is giving voice to 10 Canadian Muslims. In 10 video portraits, they reflect on their situation in the decade post-9/11 and discover their lives are both rich and complicated. As you navigate this web documentary project, we invite you to join the dialogue, and also look to the future and consider your personal wishes for Muslims in Canada in 2021.
Islam and Music (BBC Radio Programme Beyond Belief Series) a discussion on whether there is a ban on listening and playing music in Islam.
Saudi Aramco, the oil company born as an international enterprise 75 years ago, distributes Saudi Aramco World to increase cross-cultural understanding. The bimonthly magazine’s goal is to broaden knowledge of the cultures, history and geography of the Arab and Muslim worlds and their connections with the West. Saudi Aramco World is distributed without charge, upon request, to interested readers worldwide.
In print, Saudi Aramco World is published six times a year: January/February (JF); March/April (MA); May/June (MJ); July/August (JA); September/October (SO) and November/December (ND). From its launch in 1949 until the May/June 2000 issue, the magazine’s name was Aramco World. The July/August 2000 issue was the first to carry the name Saudi Aramco World .