The Prophet ﷺ was an activist.… Read More We Used to Be Activists
Dear Rain, I woke this morning unsure of the time. Your dark clouds teased my eyes, saying…
by Bint Salauddin (Atlanta, Georgia) Who was Zayd ibn Amr ibn Nufayl? Zayd ibn Amr ibn Nufayl was actually not Muslim, but he belongs to a unique group…
by Tahir Rasheed (British Columbia, Canada) It was the month of February, many years ago. We were a week or so into our move to Canada from the Subcontinent. Like most, our first order of business was to find local Muslims and ask them about—you guessed it!—
by Zaid Kadir (British Columbia, Canada) It’s no secret Muslims around the world are currently facing very difficult times. From stereotyping to harassment to even murder—the tests of today are surely taking their toll. In many cases, a Muslim’s very identity seems to attract negative attention.
By Shaykh Omar Baig (Mississauga, Ontario) Around 1300 years ago, a man would decide to travel from the blessed city of Madinah all the way to Egypt just to learn a single ḥadīth. Upon learning this ḥadīth, he would immediately pack his bags and begin his journey back home. This man was Khālid bin Zaid, also known… Read More Seeking Knowledge: Then vs. Now
by Mufti Samir Wahid (Atlanta, Georgia) Autumn is in full swing, and it is an excellent reminder for us all to step outside and appreciate the beauty of Allah’s creation. As the leaves change colors and fall off trees and cool breezes flow, fall is the perfect time for us to reflect upon the little things… Read More Fall Into Reflection