Stepping off the airplane back again on U.S. soil was like stepping dead into reverse culture shock. I found myself confronted by the question "now what?" When it's time to leave, you won't want to go
To me, Madinah is the most beloved city in the world. As I walk through its streets with big hotels & little shops, I enjoy the atmosphere & surroundings. Oh my lovely Madinah, you have been so kind..
Pilgrims leave Mina for the plain of Arafat where they rest. This is the central rite of the Hajj. As they congregate there, the pilgrims’ stance and gathering reminds them of the Day of Judgment...
What is the easiest and most important good deed to do today? In further reflecting on the best of deeds, we might first, as a wise friend of mine has often said, go back to the basics...
Every year two million people from all around the world head to Makkah to the annual pilgrimage. What were some of the rituals performed during the pilgrimage? And what is their significance?
Malcolm X said: "I remember one night with nothing but the sky overhead, I lay awake amid sleeping Muslim brothers & learned that pilgrims from every land & every color all snored in the same language
How is Zakah relevant to the modern times and its economic crisis? Can it help achieve social justice? What are the reasons the Zakah system is not widely implemented in most countries?
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