Unveiling Oppression -by Kathy Chin I walked down the street in my long white dress and inch-long black hair one afternoon, and truck drivers whistled obscenities at me. I felt defeated. I had just stepped out of a hair salon. I had my hair cut short, telling the hairdresser to trim it as she would… Continue reading Unveiling Oppression
A Lesson From A Man Who Never Lost Hope -Yasmin Mogahed IFN Columnist I read a story recently that brought me to tears. It was about the life of Prophet Zakariya (Radhi-yallaahu ‘anhu). The Qur’an tells us that while Maryam, mother of Issa (Jesus), was entrusted to his care, Zakariya would enter her chamber and… Continue reading A Lesson From A Man Who Never Lost Hope
Human Flesh Tasting like Pork? I heard a rumor from a few friends that Human Flesh had a very similar taste to Pork. Well after my stomach had gone back to normal I decided to so some research about this topic. Here are some of the articles I have found about this topic. Basicly a German man by the… Continue reading Human Flesh Tasting like Pork?
It is Sisterhood-Love for the sake of Allâh that binds us… “…And lower your wing for the believers (be courteous to the fellow-believers)” (Al-Hijr 15:88),
Arabic/Islamic Phrases for Everyday Use When You Meet a Muslim As-Salamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu (May The One True God’s Peace and Blessing Be Upon You) When a Muslim Greets You First Wa ‘Alaikum us-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu (and MayThe One True God’s Peace and Blessings Be Upon You) When Starting To Do… Continue reading Arabic/Islamic Phrases for Everyday Use
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