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MuslimKidsMatter | Cherished Blessing: Salah

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Cherished Blessing: ṣalāh by Tania Maseera All human beings have certain dreams.  Many of us dream of visiting the Eiffel tower, Taj Mahal or Disney Land. I do too. We try to save each and every penny we have earned to fulfill our dream and the ticket to visit such wonders is very expensive. Imagine if we ever go on ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | The Importance of Incorporating Qur’an in Our Daily Lives

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The Importance of Incorporating Qur'an in Our Daily Lives by Zoha Khan Between waking up before Fajr to go to school, all of my classes, tests, teachers, extracurriculars, homework, and family, sometimes I feel like I don't have time for anything else. Least of all Qurʾān. However, learning and reading Qurʾān are as important as breathing and something we, as ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | First Frost: A Teen’s Reflection on Winter

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First Frost: A Teen's Reflection on Winter By Hufsa Lodhi “First Frost since the sun Stopped shining First Frost since the rain didn't fall First Frost since I realized what we had Is over First frost since I've spoken At all…” Delicate snowflakes flutter harmlessly towards their inevitable fate. Covering up any and all traces of warmth left on Earth. ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | Black History Month: Malcolm X Video by Islamic School Kids

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In honor of Black History Month, a group of Tarbiyah School students created a video about the life of Malcolm X.  Watch this captivating video to learn about Malcolm X's amazing journey into Islam. Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | My Journey Creating a Petition to Recognize Eid as an American Holiday

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My Journey Creating a Petition to Recognize 'Īd as an American Holiday By Z. H. I recently started attending a civics class in my area at our local homeschool coop.  For the final project our teacher proposed that each student create a petition to the government on an issue that we thought was important.  For a while I couldn't think ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | Isra’s Big Day – A Story About Believing in Yourself

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Isra's Big Day By Sabriya Isra stared blankly at the paper in front of her.  Her teacher had said that she had to write down the name of an insect and her partner's name on the paper.  Isra's friend, Sophie said they could be partners.  “Let's do a presentation about fireflies!” said Sophie. “Alright!” Isra agreed. “Ok class, after we finish researching, ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | Hijab

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Hijab by Samiyah Ali Khan Allāh has blessed us with the hijab,  It keeps us pure and protected from committing sin, and with that we will commit even lesser sins. Young women and adults wear a hijab and it sometimes might make you feel uncomfortable at first but after a while you will feel awkward without it. I started wearing ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | Short Story: The Truth

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The Truth by Minha Khan I looked at my watch. It read 9pm; he was late. But then again, what else could you expect from a Pakistani driver?  I mean, it was as if punctuality meant nothing to them. Pakistanis had taken being “late” to a whole new level.  After trying to kill time by impatiently walking from one end to the ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | How It Changed Me

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How It Changed Me By Hufsa Lodhi Shaking hands. Sweaty palms. Endless butterflies gnawing at your stomach. Defined as the typical feeling of nervousness, it has many causes. Whether it's a taking a big test or walking into a crowd for the first time, anxiety is subjective. Positive or negative, it can contribute a great deal to either push you ... Read More »

Three Good Reasons You Shouldn’t Give Me Money | Abez

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I've got three really good reasons why you shouldn't give me any money, and one really bad one.  But first, some background information. I've been leading a double life, and I have two entirely separate internet personas.  One is the Abez you see here- I'm a writer, blogger, and mother of a seven year old on the autism spectrum.  I ... Read More »

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