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MuslimKidsMatter | Selling Bracelets for the Poor


Selling Bracelets for the Poor by Adeeba Allimulla A new craze with kids these days has craft stores scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.  It's not a television show, not a video game, not the iPad, iPod or iPhone, but a bunch of colored rubber bands from a Rainbow Loom kit that have the attention of children across the country. ... Read More »

MuslimKidsMatter | Reflections on Typhoon in Philippines


I was volunteering at a science event in a children's museum on the morning of November 9th.  While I was eager to help out, I thought about how much easier it would have been to just sleep in.  It was, after all, the first free weekend I had in a while. I could not imagine that while I was giving ... Read More »

A Dollar or a Dua for the Philippines


I have a special relationship with the Philippines- even though I doubt the islands know. When my son was diagnosed with autism and my husband and I were struggling to meet his monthly therapy needs and begging Allāh for help, He gave us a special needs teacher and ABA therapist from there. Her passion, energy, and relentless dedication firmly paved ... Read More »

Filipino Muslims’ Struggle for Identity and Homeland: The Plight of the Bangsamoro


You have to come back, but not at times like this. Come back when we have been liberated and established as the Bangsamoro state ~ Filipino Muslims. Read More »

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