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 →

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Ramadan Challenge: What to do in the Masjid?

By Fatima Sajid A masjid is considered a place of worship and learning in Islam. It unites the community of Muslims five times a day. Bigger Masajid hold khutbahs (lectures) and other Islamic educational programs for children and adults alike. Since it’s the month of Ramadan and most of us are frequently visiting the masjid, I... 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 →

Solar Eclipse on 3rd November- Do’s and Dont’s

A solar eclipse can be seen on the Earth when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks the Sun. It is expected that tomorrow (i.e. 3rd November), "A total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Africa…. The eclipse will be partial for people in some... Continue Reading →

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