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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 »

New Debt Free Muslims Podcast: Interest Free Student Loans Program in the US

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Download mp3 DebtFreeMuslims.com Podcast Episode 3 This episode is brought to you by MuslimMatters.org – because Muslims matter. This episode covers- A Continuous Charity – Aimed at providing interest free student loans to students. Education is a need, but very few people are actually working for interest-free relief for students. Organization started with focusing on helping just one student to ... 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 »

How Mars Became Haram: A Guide to Freaky Fatwa News

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So there’s a fun new fatwa being covered in the international news, and it goes like this: Mars Is Haram. Read More »

Announcing the New Debt Free Muslims Podcast – First Episode is on Islamic Home Financing

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Please join us in welcoming the new Debt Free Muslims podcast. This podcast will be releasing a new episode every week talking about finance and other issues related to finance (family, spiritual, and so on). The first episode covers some tough questions on Islamic home financing with Mufti Ikram-ul-Haq. The episode and show-notes are below. You can help support the ... Read More »

US Religious Freedom Rep Funded By Anti-Muslim Group

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the US's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, repeated its request to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) to investigate one of its own members, this time for being funded by the same group that backs a notorious Islamophobe. Earlier this year, CAIR asked for an investigation of USCIRF Vice Chair Zuhdi ... Read More »

What Makes Islam Special: Five Tips on Sharing Your Deen with Others

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Here are the five points that I mention that makes Islam the perfect religion and special to me. Read More »

Orwell’s Egypt

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Suffice it to say, this is the most depressing anniversary yet of the Egyptian uprising. Somehow, the country has managed in the last three years not only to make no societal progress, but to actually regress to a situation that in many ways is worse than the Mubarak-era status quo. A cursory rundown of recent events highlight the utter absurdity ... Read More »

The Martin Luther King Jr. Speech that You Haven’t Heard

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We frequently hear the “I have a Dream” speech by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Children who attend school in the USA are taught quotes from this speech. History has re-written Dr. King just as a civil rights leader, but he was also an anti-war activist, an anti-materialist leader.   More than that he was the greatest anti-terrorist that this ... Read More »

England and the East: A Tale of Pirates and Treasures

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British history classes do well to teach the World Wars, the abolition of slavery and the French Revolution(s). But one thing you may not have heard of is the long and swashbuckling history of England's relationship with the Islamic world. Active interaction with Islam existed since the establishment of medieval Muslim Spain in 711, and can be seen throughout some ... Read More »

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