Jo is a hard-hitting contributor on Aquila Style, a writer who recognises the challenges of living in the 21st century. Full of passion for the world at large, Jo never shuns away from the sensitive topics that most are shy to discuss. Discussion for Jo means to clarify, not to distort.
The use of alcohol, whether within Muslim societies or not, cannot continue to be swept under the carpet if solutions are to be found.
A time-honoured approach to adoption cries out for reform.
From Cairo’s Tahrir Square to the deserts of Libya and the streets of Kuala Lumpur, a new generation of young revolutionaries asserts their rights.
While exploring the essence of halal, Jo Arrem asks whether modern-day slaughterhouses uphold Islam’s values of compassion for animals.
Jo Arrem examines misconceptions and the solutions that Muslim communities use to overcome falsehoods that persist around them and their faith.
Like a ruthless dictator clinging to power, this culture-rooted crime stubbornly continues to claim victims.
Several mobile apps have arrived in the marketplace recently to help Muslims find their potential partners. Has this digital age empowered the mipsters of today, or has it blurred the lines of Islam?
The role of media and its relationship with Muslim consumers is changing quickly, writes Jo Arrem.
Reporting from the Global Islamic Economy Summit in Dubai, Jo Arrem examines evolving trends and asks: “Who is the Muslim consumer?”
Why attempts to neutralise them often do more harm than good.