You’re dying to marry, but are you ready to marry?

By Zaki Imtiaz Do you know what is the most discussed matter among the Muslim youth these days?  At least, among those whom I know.  Yeah, you guessed it right: Marriage.  You say the word and you see these Colgate smiles on their faces.  Everybody wants to get married, don't they? Indeed, Nikah is an... Continue Reading →

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Top 7 things I like about Pakistani Weddings

By Umm Ibrahim Here are the top 7 reasons that make me smile at the start of the wedding season.  These are the things that make attending a wedding worthwhile.  Yes, they actually make all the preparation and dressing up in chiffon and georgettes (in chilly December nights) and the travelling worth it. 1- Nikah... Continue Reading →

Top 7 things I dislike about Pakistani Weddings

By Umm Ibrahim The wedding season has begun in full swing.  All kinds of invitation cards are pouring in: the glamorous, the simple and elegant, the flashy, and the paindu (for lack of a better word).  As I mark my calendar for all the events to be attended this winter, I sigh at the thought... Continue Reading →

#QaboolHai – Theme for the Marriage Season!

Qabool Hai?? Qabool Hai!! Winter is here, and so is the marriage season.  Nikah contracts are in the air! For us at YouthClub, 2013 has been an extraordinarily beautiful year, with many of the YC brothers and sisters getting married! It sure is a promising prospect for the future of the Ummah when Dawah carriers,... Continue Reading →

The Only Man Who Truly Loves You

  A candid guest post by newly-wed writer, Imratul Ozair. “The whole notion of modern day lovveee is overrated, unrealistic and superficial!” declared the handsome new mehram in my life - my husband.  I nodded in approval. We, under an influence of media and peer pressure, have confined the idea of sincere love between opposite... Continue Reading →

The Barakahs of Islamic Injunctions

By Mohammad Ali I remember a married couple who attended my wedding. I remember hearing the wife complaining to her husband that he did not compliment her despite the fact that she had spent so much time adorning herself. This is not just the story of one couple, but it is a occurence and cause... Continue Reading →

Broken hearts and picture frames

  I feel like Professor Snape toiling with an essay on "Being Unbiased". Not that I'm at a loss for what to write but because- it is complicated. To break love into categories, to stop loving someone when you're already in it, fall out of love... draft 11 discarded, crumpled and all thoughts brushed aside.... Continue Reading →

“CHARGE!”, says the Devil, and we do!

“It started out as a feeling, Which then grew into a hope... Which then turned into a quiet thought, Which then turned into a quiet word...” - Regina Spektor With the advent of the free media and unchecked foreign movies flowing in, our senses are now quite desensitized to the free-mixing of both genders. When... Continue Reading →

The Fantasy World

By Fareed Ahmed Drugs and Sex- these are the two thing playing havoc with the lives of the youth these day, all over the world.  Like most of us, my school and college life has been spent in liberal co-educational institutions.  I have witnessed numerous boys and girls deviating from decency, ethics and morality- all... Continue Reading →

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