Rows of Juniper trees line the garden area and look more orange than green. Fair enough, it is the peak of the fall season. With vending machines carrying his favourite soda, a tennis court with lush green flooring, cafeterias with all the right snacks, and rich brown staircases going up the 12-storey building, Ahmed -... Continue Reading →
Being Her! – Interview With Sara Asif
Heart-to-heart questions about her childhood, leaving the banking sector, women issues and more! What were you like as an adolescent? How did you come towards Islam? I was considered a reasonably average adolescent. Being the eldest of my siblings, I was expected to be the most well-behaved - which I was! My mother says if... Continue Reading →
WOC2019: Interview with Brother Nadeem Ashraf
Brother Nadeem is a mentor, trainer, and an English teacher in the UK. He is one of the official speakers of Youth Club’s Winds of Change Tour 2019 and has been a constant support in YC’s Da'wah mission. He has studied politics at TVU, London and gained an English teaching certificate from the Cambridge University... Continue Reading →
6 Tips For Practising Islam Better
By YC Street Dawah Team A question was posed, “Are there any tips for someone who wants to begin practising Islam?” This is a big question and the answer probably deserves books upon books to answer. However, I will attempt to offer some ideas which could help in the 'journey' towards Islam as a way... Continue Reading →
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: It’s Time To Talk!
By Abdul Rehman Raza In the life of a Muslim, the importance of dawah (calling people towards Allah) cannot be ignored. How can we not call towards the One we believe in and place our trust in? How can we not want others to have the same happiness in their lives? Yet we often avoid doing... Continue Reading →
Chapter 26: The Waning Dusk (series)
In a session with a scholar, he pointed out something that I had never thought of before. And this probably why I like listening to different speakers because they always offer a fresh perspective on “stuff we’ve heard so much about”. Addressing all the volunteers, he said, “Allah chose you. Just like He selectively chose... Continue Reading →
Five practical steps to be a steadfast Muslim!
Not a single person can deny the fact that human nature is notorious and censurable; history is one unfortunate witness to this very fact! But human beings are bound to err. They were never designed to be perfect, nor do they run on pre-defined algorithms for pre-designed results. They are not machines- rather they are driven by their... Continue Reading →
Fun, Love, Money.. Or is there more to life?
By Nadeem Ashraf NOTE: This article was based upon a few lectures that I gave at some schools in Faisalabad, including LGS, City School & Educare Academy. The article has purposefully been published in a lecture format so as to be of use to other brothers and sisters that would like to deliver a lecture... Continue Reading →
Theme of the Month: #StayStrong
So the incredible Winds of Change tour has rolled to a halt, and the local da’wah scene isn’t quite as hip-and-happening as it was last month. This time last month, we were all geared up to be brand new people, to transform society and to take the world by storm. Winds of Change infused us... Continue Reading →
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