• Jul 18th '21

    Thul-Hijjah – A Time To Connect To Our Father Ibrahim

    By Meru Hussain Ibrahim. Our Father. Friend of Allah. A Nation unto himself. Thul-Hijjah is the season that comes to teach us patience, to reinforce to us the milla (way) of Ibrahim (as), to bring us back to La Illaha Ilallah. Many people find the...

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  • Jul 18th '21

    Dhul Hijjah: Enter through the door of Repentance

    “Allâh will accept the repentance of whom He wills. And Allâh is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” [Surah At-Tawbah 9:27] When was the last time you repented to Allah ﷻ? And I don’t just mean casually uttering the words ‘Oh Allah fo...

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  • Jul 18th '21

    10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE 10 DAYS OF THUL HIJJAH.

      By Romina Afghan One of the many blessings of Islam and being a Muslim, is knowing in detail all of the special times of the year, month and week that Allah Himself has preferred over other times, and the rewards of deeds in these special times th...

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  • May 10th '21

    Escape From An Alcoholic

    Laila met Emir when she was living with a family in France as an au pair. He helped her one day when her shopping bag split open, spilling apples into the road. He kindly retrieved each one but the delay meant she missed her bus. As she waited ...

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  • May 8th '21

    When The Storms Keep Coming

    “Why can’t I see him? You let us last time Mummy,” Esra asked Sinead for the third night in a row. They had just put the younger ones to bed, but all through bedtime, Esra somehow found a way to ask the same question. How many more e...

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  • May 4th '21

    From Down-and-Out Single Mum to Positive Parent

    For Aaisha, it has been a long arduous journey, a decade full of trials and memories of a man who did not love her or their four children.  Alhamdulillah she’s reached a safe haven: a safe haven within herse...

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  • May 2nd '21

    Searching For Light Amidst The Darkness

    She grew up in a landscape adorned with natural beauty and the artistry of men who constructed huge monuments of the Catholic tradition: looming cathedrals that basked in the Spanish heat.  But she also grew up in a land where the call to praye...

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  • Apr 30th '21

    From the Frying Pan Into The Fire

    She was worn down. Tired. Life after shahaadah had felt more like a death sentence lately. She was doing something wrong, and all this was her fault – she knew it was, because that’s what the voices in her head had been ...

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