Diana Helwani’s novel. Here is the synopsis from the PRLog Press release on the topic. Sophia’s Journal: Time Warp 1857, is a genre-crossing science fiction tale and coming-of-age story. Sophia Ahmad is an American Muslim high school sophomore on the verge of getting her driver’s permit and embarking on a
Here is a description of Tékumel from Wikipedia. Tékumel: Empire of the Petal Throne is a fantasy world created by Professor Muhammad Abd-el-Rahman Barker over the course of several decades. In this imaginary world, huge empires with medieval levels of technology vie for control using magic, large standing armies, and
The movie Final Cut was directed by Omar Naim who is of Arab Christian descent. The movie is set in the near future where everyone has a memory chip implanted in their brain. The is a new profession that has been spun from this new development. These professionals are called
The half-English, half-Sudanese Siddig ( Alexander Siddig El Fadil, born Siddig El Tahir El Fadil, who played Julian Bashir on Star Trek Deep Space 9 is also a Muslim. Here is a quote from “Sid” from Sid City Forums via TrekToday. “I’m someone who didn’t even discover that I was
Muhammed Zafar Iqbal is a Banglasdeshi Sciene Fiction writer who has written Science Fiction stories in Bengali. His first SF story was Kopotronik Bhalobasha (Kopotronik Affair).
Pamela Taylor is another Muslim author who has written science fiction stories. Here is a listing of some of the stories that she has published. The Cathedral in Citizen Culture Magazine Mutawwa in Citizen Culture Magazine “Foreign Thoughts”, SF poem in Star Line (Nominated for a 2007 Rhysling Award) “The
Ian Dallas, now known as Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi of the Murabitun Worldwide Movement, is a Scotsman who converted to Islam in 1963, and began studying Sufism with the Darqawi Order in Morocco under Shaykh Muhammad ibn al-Habib. “The Book of Strangers,” which was first published in 1972, is set in
Hassan Adventures is a series of short stories set in the future. The protagonist is a Muslim named Hassan who is from the city of Kufa on the planet Lam. An imperial Earth is the main antagonist.
Ahmed A. Khan is a Canadian science fiction writer who has published numerous stories in the science fiction genre. He has also edited two anthologies: “Fall and Rise“, a post-apocalyptic Science Fiction anthology and also “Science Fiction Waxes Philosophical”, a collection of Science Fiction stories with philosophical underpinnings. He also
Nabil Farouq is an Egyptian Science Fiction writer who is well known for his novellas in the Rewayat Masreya Lil Guib (Egyptian Pocket Novels) series. His most famous works are. Ragol Al Mostaheel (The Man of the Impossible). Malaf Al Mostakbal (Files of the Future). [Thanks to Ghaleb H. for