Taraweeh Optimization

By Nasser Ijaz Moghal Ramadan is here and you want to make the best out of it. When you think of Ramadan nights you think of Taraweeh and Laylatul Qadr. They were MIA throughout the year but lo and behold they too come to pray taraweeh and then it’s like see you next year. The biggest regret that 90% of the Muslims have... Continue Reading →

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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: For the Muslim Ummah’s Pain!

By Sualeha Khan Have you ever scrolled down your Facebook news-feed or a news app on your phone and found heart wrenching news about bombings, pellet guns and Muslims facing torture for their beliefs and their way of dressing, or pictures of injured young, helpless children and bleeding bodies on the floor in different parts... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Pray For Them!

By Yasha Humayun When we make dua we often fail to realize how powerful it is. You’re calling on to the One Who’s the Most Glorious (Al-Majeed) and The Responsive (Al-Mujeeb), what act can be more powerful and more beautiful than this? Dua is the best gift you can ever give; it’s undoubtedly the only... Continue Reading →

Ramadan Challenge: Your Smart Dua List!

I started making dua lists some 13 years ago when I was struggling with my life and an Accountancy degree, my future was hazy, I didn’t know why I was doing what I was doing - I apparently had no life goal except for qualifying as an Accountant - which I thought I was probably... Continue Reading →

My Ramadan Diary: All you could ask for!

  By Umm Ibrahim “Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him (in supplication) He becomes shy to return them empty” (Ahmad, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi) Two Ramadans back, someone advised me to make a Dua List for Ramadan. Always a fan of making lists, I sat down and... Continue Reading →

My Ramadan Diary: Forgive Me When I Whine

By Umm Ibrahim Hot days? Long fasts? Parched tongue? Droopy eyes? Aching legs? This Ramadan, I will not whine! I absolutely refuse to complain. Not only will I not complain to Tom, Dick and Harry (or to Jamilah, Sakinah and Aneela) I will not even complain to myself! I feel too grateful to do that. I... Continue Reading →

11 Ways To Overcome Grief and Worry

By Umm Ibrahim It's raining. My mind is working on overdrive. It seems to be the perfect time to write! I need to pen down some things- some things I really need to reiterate to myself and that you really need to know too. Let me tell you something: I seem to be stuck in... Continue Reading →

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