How I left Music – Raja Zia ul Haq 

When I began my journey towards Allah (SWT)’s path, music was actually one of the last things I left. Believe me, I was always looking for ways to justify my music addiction. I had three shelves across my bedroom wall full of music CDs. Not only this, but I also had about 10-15 GBs worth of music stored on my computer. But despite looking far and wide, I was unable to find reasons that would justify my love for music.

Five Fascinating Figures from Muslim Spain

By Usman Khokhar Muslim civilization in Spain lasted almost eight centuries and produced some of the most extraordinary figures in Islamic scholarship, politics, science, the arts, poetry, engineering, architecture and more. Spain was a center of learning; students from all over Christian Europe would come to learn from the great Muslim masters of knowledge. A... Continue Reading →

The Muslim Mama’s Quick Guide to Goal Planning (without losing your sanity)

By Fatima Asad If you’re like me, you despise seeing those tacky New Year’s resolution jokes on your newsfeed.  This one really irks my soul: “My New Year’s resolution is to follow through with my last year’s resolutions.”  Another one that sadly represents the majority of wishful go-getters is: “Thanks for not laughing at my... Continue Reading →

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