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 →

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3 Lessons from YC’s LOST workshop

By Minahil Hasan. LOST. When I saw the ad for the first time, the title caught my eye. But I wasn’t sure which way Speaker Raja Zia Ul Haq (CEO, Youth Club) would take this topic. Would it just be an admonishing sermon, or would it be so dry to warrant a speedy exit from... Continue Reading →

iWoman – Event Feedback

Many young Muslim women feel conflicted balancing the mainstream feminist narrative with their Islamic rights and responsibilities. Youth Club recently conducted a talk on the role of women in Islam to empower Muslim women to feel confident about themselves in all settings due to the prestige our religion has given us. This incredibly relevant and... Continue Reading →

EID FEATURE: Youth Club’s Celebrations

This Eid ul Fitr 2017, Youth Club Blog decided to catch up with the Presidents of Youth Club's various chapters to know what is the significance of Eid in their lives... 1. Best Eid Moment? Raja Zia ul Haq, CEO YC: Driving back from the masjid with my whole family, talking about how amazing the khutbah... Continue Reading →

Youth Club’s 2016 – Year in Review

At the close of 2016, Youth Club reminisces its exciting new projects, the fun-filled activities, the laughs, the tears, the events, the tours and all those wonderful moments that it experienced throughout the year. Not being able to share everything in words or pictures, we bring for you a brief review of our year so... Continue Reading →

My Ummah!

We begin our days with warm cups of tea. Our lives are full of luxuries. Our needs and wants are lavishly fulfilled. Our days swirl through with smiles and end on comfortable beds, cool rooms and cushioned confines. Busy with our daily lives, we forget that somewhere a child cries because his parents have just... Continue Reading →

Peace!

Peace! The whole world's hankering after it. Today we have peace conventions, peace rallies, peace slogans, and yet, there is no peace. We are insecure in our own minds, in our own homes, in our own homeland. Amazing though it may sound but we don't really need to go into that much hullabaloo to get... Continue Reading →

Century Special: A Look Back (In Pictures)

A picture is worth a thousand words.  As a part of our century celebrations, here are some totally random Youth Club memories, with captions from the Blog Team. You can read "Century Special: A Look Back (In Words)" here. Some prominent people whose interviews/stories etc. have featured exclusively on the blog include: Youth Club CEO,... Continue Reading →

Century Special: A Look Back (In Words)

I'm sure all bloggers can relate to this: We feel excited every time we press 'Publish'. Every time we do the tiny bit we can to inspire positive change. Every time, we add another drop to the ocean. Every post is reason enough to celebrate! But when you reach 100 posts, that does call for... Continue Reading →

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