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Going “Home”: Sadaf’s Reflections on Umrah

Going “Home”: Sadaf’s Reflections on Umrah

Guess what? Going to Allah’s house is so easy. All you need is some money to buy a ticket, book an accommodation, then acquire a visa, and get a vaccination. That’s it.
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 April 2015 14:53

When in Fez, Eat as Moroccans Eat

When in Fez, Eat as Moroccans Eat
I was lucky to have the opportunity to visit Fez, the medieval city in Morocco, during celebrating 1200 years passed since its construction. I have always dreamt of visiting one of the Arab Moroccan C
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 May 2015 14:09

10 Pieces of Advice Before You Leave for Umrah

10 Pieces of Advice Before You Leave for Umrah
The high season of Umrahs has started! The two harams look crammed now on the television, and millions are expected to keep heading to the holy cities till the end of Ramadan in the current season.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 May 2015 14:10

Farrukh Travels: In Search of the Tartar Muslims of Poland

Farrukh Travels: In Search of the Tartar Muslims of Poland
It was 8:45 a.m. and I had been awake since 5:30. This was my last day in Poland and I wanted to make it a special one.
Last Updated on Sunday, 15 March 2015 10:40

Farrukh Travels Into the Muslim History of China

Farrukh Travels Into the Muslim History of China
Qinjing Mosque—also known as Kylin (Unicorn), Shenyo, or Ashab Mosque—was originally built in 400 AH (1009 CE) during the Northern Song Dynasty. It is one of seven mosques that were built in the c
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 November 2014 19:44

Hiking and Flying whilst Muslim

Hiking and Flying whilst Muslim
Setting off in the car with my daughters, I suspect we will soon risk stares as we (Anglo-Hijabis) join, almost uniquely, ‘white’ hiking families, on secluded walks, in the North of England .
Last Updated on Sunday, 16 November 2014 08:03

Modern Makkah: That’s What I Hate

Modern Makkah: That’s What I Hate
The hotel tower is topped by a four-faced clock, visible from more than 25 kilometers away. The clock house and the spire are 200 meters high. (London's Big Ben which is only 96.3 meters) Each of the
Last Updated on Saturday, 24 May 2014 09:09

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