Rrring Rrring Isn’t Enough!

by Imam Numaan Cheema (Boston, Massachusetts) Salāh. A connection to our Allah. A means of stopping ourselves from lewdness. A source of finding inner peace along with outer. Many a time, salāh is the only part of the day when we turn to our Lord Almighty and rekindle the spark of imān. Unfortunately, we tend to be... Continue Reading →

A Woman is Not Like a Man in Salah

by Dr. Mateen Khan (Trenton, New Jersey) A strange innovation happened in the salah of women in the past generation; a small group began telling the women to pray like men. To stand like men with chests protruding, and to perform their ruku’ and sujud like men with the other end protruding. First, they cite... Continue Reading →

Once Upon a Monotonous Khutbah

by Imam Numaan Cheema (Boston, Massachusetts) Once upon a monotonous khutbah, while pondering bored and sleepy, sat a man nodding, nearly napping, listening to the speaker yapping. Struggling to stay awake he was, looking for ways to keep himself occupied he was. He turned to play with the carpet designs imagining a complex labyrinth video game designed by... Continue Reading →

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