Ramadan Challenge: Reflect- Upon the Quran

By Dr. Sonia Mohsin  When you see the world through the Quran, it enlightens your whole life. It’s like a new pair of glasses which make things much clearer than they were, and puts everything in its right perspective. That’s why it is so important to make it a part of your daily routine. When... Continue Reading →

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Ramadan Challenge: Facebook to Dawah-book

By Zahra Nayyer Imagine hearing a “ping” on your mobile, it’s a reminder that your favourite event is round the corner. It brings a smile to your face and your heart skips a beat. Now imagine if that same “ping” sound signalled a reminder that the Day of Judgement is near or that you have... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Know & Love the Prophet ﷺ

By Umm Ibrahim He is a man who is so easy to love. He is a man whose beauty, perfection and love for us shines through so clearly, yet our hearts seem to be blinded. May peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. The Prophet of Allah ﷺ was by far, the most remarkable... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Life Goals

By Mahnoor Arif This Ramadan started off with a trail of memories from the past as Facebook reminded me that last year, this was a time when I was immersed in countless (a bit exaggerated, though) projects, assignments reports and ... My Final Year Project. Yes! I was graduating. Most of us know the struggle... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Seeking Forgiveness

By Dr. Sonia Mohsin  Have you ever been in a situation where you find yourself giving up, letting go and just forsaking the idea of worship, or being righteous, or thinking of Allah; just because there lies upon your shoulders a heavy burden of sins? How many times have you wondered that this is it?... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Little Dua- Big Benefit

By Ahmarin Zahid So you're exhausted by what the world demands of you. Maybe you're a teenager scrambling to prepare for your entry test, F.Sc exam or A-level exam; or a newlywed who has to cater to the needs of his/her new family; or a young parent who has to balance a new set of responsibilities.... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Rise & Shine at Fajr!

By Zahra Nayyer We have spent more than half of Ramadan, and by now we’re used to getting up for suhoor, albeit with difficulty, but as soon as we’re done with our prayer, many if not all of us dive back headfirst into our comfortable beds. As I researched on this topic I came to... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Why Start With Bismillah?

By Fatima Asad Do you take “Bismillah” for granted? You are not alone if you do. There are many types of Bismillahs that we say throughout the day.  The kind you say before eating or drinking.  Then there’s the kind you say before reading the Quran or at the start of wudu.  Then there’s the... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Animal Rights!

Islam encourages kindness to not only fellow human beings but also other living creatures. We are told: “Verily, Allah is Kind and He loves kindness" (Muslim) Kindness should be shown to all of Allah's creatures specially animals because they can not complain back to you about their problems, they are powerless in many ways. We encounter animals... Continue Reading →

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