Ramadan Challenge: the Need to Read!

By Fatima Asad I was a bibliophile.  My passion for books was that of a nerd inspiring.  I could read a 500 pager in a few hours- still can if I lock my kids in a cage and stop feeding the husband.  Go ahead and ask what was my favourite genre.  You: "What was your... Continue Reading →

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So you think Islamic weddings are boring?!

Amazing ideas brought to you by the Youth Club Street Dawah Team There is an outdated cliche with regards to practicing God fearing brothers and sisters that because they are so 'boring', then obviously their weddings will be drab too! People would complain: Where is the pumping loud Bhangra music?! Bhangra and Dhol apparently being... Continue Reading →

#BlessedDays (Sep-Oct ’13)

Dhul-Hijjah (ذو الحجة) is coming up, I hear! It's the twelfth and final month in the Islamic calendar. This is a very sacred month in the Islamic calendar, marking the end of the year. It is in this month in which the Hajj (pilgrimage) takes place. “Dhu al-Hijjah” literally means “Possessor of the Pilgrimage.” It is during this month... Continue Reading →

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