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  • Oct 3rd '20

    Three Lessons To Survive A Social Fitnah

    By Asma  Nemati When we talk about lessons learned from anything in life, each one of us brings a unique perspective. Allah Most High has created us in our own special ways. No two souls are alike. No two opinions are the same. They might have ...

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  • Jul 30th '20

    ARAFAH IS FOR YOU!

    By Romina Afghan and Maryam Akram The Day of Arafah is here! The best day of the entire year - alhamdulillaah we have been given life and the blessing to be able to see this day when so many others have passed, and when so many others are heedless o...

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  • Jul 9th '20

    3 Lessons I Learnt From Wearing The Hijab

    By Aliya Vaughan I used to think hijab oppressed Muslim women to benefit men, only to discover it was in fact, a fallacy that is used specifically to undermine Muslim women and discredit Islam. I later learned hijab is not a form of female subordina...

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  • Jun 20th '20

    Corona: There Is No Such Thing As Loss….

    By Romina Afghan We are living through a unique moment in history. A moment where the things we had taken for granted suddenly seem fragile and the regular routines of normality have become a distant dream of the past; where we mourn the loss of all...

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  • Jun 4th '20

    Quarantine and The Value of Time.

    By Zaynab Dawood Quarantine as a word has never been in my dictionary.  I never used it or thought about it.  But, like most people on the planet, it is all I think about now.  The reason for this is simply because I have the time to think about ...

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  • May 4th '20

    Protecting My Heart

    By Hanaa’ Ibtes Have you ever felt detached from love and connection? Have you ever been told that you’re too hard to love? Have you ever worked your utmost best not to give your heart away? Growing up I remember saying to myself,...

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  • May 2nd '20

    Solitude – The Silver Lining of Corona

    By Fatima-Minna Solitude and I go back a long way. When I was 3 my parents moved to a lonely house in the countryside surrounded by woodland. It was an idyllic background to my childhood, with hills, trees, rivers and flowers on my doorstep, but lef...

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  • Apr 22nd '20

    Protecting My Well-being

    By Calisha Bennett يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا عَلَيْكُمْ أَنفُسَكُمْ ۖ لَا يَضُرُّكُم مَّن ضَلَّ إِذَا اهْتَدَيْتُمْ ۚ إِلَى اللَّهِ مَر...

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  • Apr 13th '20

    Growth In The Time of Corona

    By Sadeemka It was just days after Boris Johnson’s decision that we in the UK would not close schools or isolate ourselves due to the spread of coronavirus. I sat at home scrolling through social media and could not believe the panic I was witnessi...

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  • Mar 16th '20

    Protecting My Relationships

    By Zaynab Dawood As Muslims we are always concerned with protecting our deeds, making sure they are not accompanied with unpleasant ones; and as individuals we are concerned with protecting each other from harm. Immediately we respond to this notion...

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