Health Precautions, Islamic Teachings, and COVID-19

Maria Sufyan Since the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic, all anyone can see or feel is anxiety and depression, whether on social media or TV. Medical experts and scientists are racing to develop a vaccine, but till then they have given us tips for protection from the virus. This includes washing your hands frequently, covering your... Continue Reading →

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 →

#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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