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Rules for Religious Activism


Since activism tends to refers to the efforts to promote or to direct social, political, economic or environmental change, Islam most certainly has some take on such matters; and hence has something of great significance to contribute to “activism”. Read More »

Era of Revival – The Change Starts With You!


“Success is really attained by he who purifies it [i.e. – the soul], and failure is really suffered by he who corrupts it.” [Qurʾān : 9, 10 Al-Shams] Read More »

Muslims and Television Series Pt 4 | Cutting the cord- From Dora & Diego, Arthur to Hummers & Cruises

With a house full of children, what is a mom to do? According to Direct Marketing magazine, by the age of eight children make most of their own buying decisions. Modern children can often recognise brands and status items by the age of 3 or 4, before they can even read. Kids `R' Us president, Mike Searles, says "If you own this child at an early age... you can own this child for years to come." Read More »

Parenting Series | Part II: Change in Parents is Essential


The second part of the Parenting Series covers the following practical parenting steps: making positive change in parents, hiding sins from your children, instilling daily habits, showing kindness and tenderness, disciplining children, showing positive reinforcement, forgiveness, avoiding lying, and being flexible. The implications of these steps can start from a very early age, even before they turn two. Read More »

The Deep Pit of My Inner Mind

I used to exhibit a certain reactionary pattern that seemed to arise whenever I entered a Masjid or Muslim gathering. It was this pesky little habit of immediately taking in my surroundings and making a mental note of everything wrong that I could perceive. I turned from one unknowing victim to another, ticking off all of the Islamic violations they were committing according to my personal pedestal of judgment. Read More »

Obama administration reaches out to Muslims

WASHINGTON — Nearly a year after President Obama told an audience in Cairo that America wanted a “new beginning” with the Muslim world, evidence of that policy shift has, in recent weeks, become hard to ignore. * The Obama administration is revising national security guidelines that strip references to “Islamic radicalism” and other terms deemed inflammatory to Muslims. * Officials ... Read More »

Ramadan – Change We Can Believe In

All up in the news they're talking about change this, change that. At the same time, people are telling you to change during this month of Ramadan, become a better Muslim, do this and that. What's the deal with all this change, stuff? I can't really change, can I? Read More »

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