I always thought it had to mean something extraordinary, and yet it turned out to be so simple. Ever since my childhood, I have been a great lover of mountains. The sight of mountains has always had a
When I decided to move back home from college, the thing I feared the most was that I would not fit in with the local Muslim community. The first Muslim community I knew intimately and loved deeply wa
Travel accessories have become a huge business - with Passport holders, pillbox and contact lens travel kits - it's easy to get caught up and think you need everything. You don't. One travel purchase
Intra-Muslim racism is an issue often swept under the rug in the American Muslim community. Some of its manifestations are overt while its varying expressions tend to be more subtle.
I can’t believe it's already December; the year has passed at such frightening speed, it feels like being at the starting line of a race and everyone has set off and finished and you are still waiti
My own experience with wearing hijab came before I converted to Islam. For nearly a year and a half before I accepted Islam as my religion, I had been studying the religion and learning about its tene
It was when I entered university that I realized I never really understood what hijab meant. I often thought that it was just a Muslim woman’s obligation to Allah (SWT)
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