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iBelieve: Muslims Blog (Collection)

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By Back to Religion Editor
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For more than three years, Culture & Entertainment page of Onislam.net has been receiving personal writings in the style of blog posts that express Muslims' thoughts, dreams, and challenges.

In this folder, we display some blogs of Muslim writers who presents outstanding opinions and insightful thoughts.

View iBelieve folder and contact the editor for your contributions.

 

                                       

                                                  Personal Thoughts

"We are but blessed vehicles of God’s sacred work, if He chooses us to be.

We become doors God opens up to those who knock in need calling unto Him.

Thus all praise is unto Him, Lord of the creation."

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Are You One Person or a Dozen?

The privilege of being a relative or close associate to someone important in the society is phenomenal, rewarding and a test to a person’s character...

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Over Mountains, God Sent Me a Message

They say giving off of one’s self is a way to finding one’s self.

I always thought it had to mean something extraordinary, and yet it turned out to be so simple...

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- Christmas and Our Lost Humanity

- Does God Think About You?

- "When I Found Out I Am a Gay"

- Swimming To Self-Awareness Shore

- Grooming the Vulnerable: The Greater Crime

- “The Olive Tree Spoke To Me!”

- Mars, Obama, and Aliens

- Donuts Or Dignity?

 

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"Acceptance is the last stage of coping to tragedy in life. But what psychologists and professionals describe as “acceptance” is not like we might imagine. There is no peace of mind or heart. There is no sense of closure. There is no “happily ever after.”"

 

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But Why’d He Kill All Those People?

It’s a tragedy in itself that tragedy strikes as often as it does. In coping with this troubling reality, we often rush to safety—in our lives and in our minds. We move ourselves and our families to places we imagine will keep us safe...

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When Terrorists Are Sane

December is the month of holiday and shopping. Irrespective of one’s religious and cultural background, one cannot resist the temptation of going wild in shopping.

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- Moses in Tahrir

- “A Madman, Not Islamic-terror”

- Tyrants Fall! A New Page in Modern History

- I Don't Cheer for Saudi Women Struggling to Drive!

- More Dead Than Alive (Blogging bin Laden’s Death)

- A Token of Appreciation to the Japanese People

- Civil Resistance, Welcome Back!

- “I Am Reserving My Ticket to Egypt”- Muqtedar Khan

- Islamophobia Outcry: Take Me Out of Your Box

- The American Fast Food Nation

 

 

                                                             

                                                           Muslims Today

"We, as human family, need to restore our sanity; stop demeaning each other and work collectively to rebuild the bridge of brotherhood and understanding that has been severely damaged and nearly destroyed.  We have enough problems on our global village to deal with."

 

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What's Scary About My Muslim Garb!

I have been scaring people with Muslim garb all my life, and I can remember the first time I did so. It was when I was 4 years old and my mom dressed my twin brother and I up in ethnic Indian clothing for a local Halloween party...

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The Strongest Among You…

Muslims have gone out of control with rage and anger and took matters into their own hands forgetting the noble character of the Prophet they claim to defend...

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- I Am Muslim, and I Am Here to Stay

- That’s What I Hate About Some Muslims…

- What Muslims Can Learn from Gilad Shalit

- American Muslim Woman Recalling Horrific Moments

- The Romantic Veil

- A Western Muslim Torn Apart

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