Culture & Heritage

Author Asiff Hussein’s Contribution Recognized by President

Asiff Hussein, Author and Editorial Director of Sailan Muslim Website was conferred an award by President Maithripala Sirisena for his Contribution to People of Sri Lanka, a government publication produced by the Ministry of National Coexistence and Official Languages. The launching of 'People of Sri Lanka’ took place on  the 18th July 2017 at the BMICH under the patronage of …

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Appreciation for Mr.Izeth Hussain, Founder Editor of Sailan Muslim Website

Veteran diplomat, academic, author and columnist Mr. N.M.M. Izeth Hussain has passed away today. (JUNE 13, 2017) Born in 1927 and educated at St Joseph’s College, Colombo, and University of Ceylon between 1946 to 1950. Graduated with a BA (English Honours) in 1950. He held the post of Assistant Controller of Immigration and Emigration from 1951 to 1953. He was …

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The Amazing Arab Scholar Who Beat Adam Smith by Half a Millennium – The Origins of Modern Economics

In one of the most seminal works in the field of history of economic thought (History of Economic Analysis, 1954), Joseph Schumpeter argued that there is a "Great Gap" in the history of economics. The concept justifies the general ignorance in economics curricula towards economic thinking between early Christian and Scholastic times, emphasizing the lack of relevant positive ("scientific") economic …

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SRI LANKA MUSLIMS

Crucial Muslim support facilitated the process of Sri Lanka  gaining  independence from British in 1948 and help end almost four and half centuries of European colonial rule in the island. Many still remember the leading role played by Muslims leaders such as Dr T.B.Jayah, Sir Razik Fareed, Dr M.C.M.Kaleel and Dr Badiduddin Mahmud in the constitutional reforms of this country …

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The conquest of Constantinople By Moulana Afzal Ismail

Constantinople, or Istanbul as it is known today, is a unique city as far as history and location is concerned. Historically, it was the capital of the Roman Empire for eleven centuries and its culture dominated the whole world. The principle church of Eastern Christianity was situated here. Its pivotal political and religious position caused the entire Christian World to …

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