Not too long ago, I was watching an interesting interview with a woman who left Islam for Christianity but came back to it by the mercy of Allah. Her entire story of how she left Islam to what led her back was fascinating to hear. While the woman’s story was just all around amazing, something she said about her father and how he reacted to her leaving Islam caught my attention. The interviewer asked her about how her family, specifically how her parents reacted when she finally admitted to them that the rumors she left Islam for Christianity was true. […]
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A Muslim mother sent me a message. This sister lost her child of only five months, a beautiful, healthy baby girl who she loved dearly; her beloved baby died suddenly in her sleep. She asked me why there aren’t many support groups for the grieving mother who’s lost a child due to SIDS, miscarriage or whatever else. My only answer was it’s one of those things people just don’t think about until they go through it themselves. In life, we all have different struggles and challenges. Losing a child is one of the greatest trials in life. Only those who […]
This article is written by Fatima Rizvi, a guest author. Don’t forget to comment and share! Jazaakumulahu Kheyran! I want to state that everything in this post is from my experience only. This is all based off of some of the events that have happened in my life and what I observe happening currently. I do not mean to offend anyone; I am merely bringing to attention some of the things the youth face schools and providing an outlook which hopefully you can benefit from! In this post I’ll be writing about my experiences and providing tips to parents out […]
For anyone who’s interested, there’s a virtual health summit going on right now. This summit is hosted by Jamie Bogglin. They’re on the second day so you can still catch up and watch the previous videos. This is a FREE summit where they talk about how to feed your children healthy foods and offer other nice tips. To learn more information and register for the summit, click here!
As shocking and painful as learning about the death of a loved one or even a fellow Muslim can be, it can serve as a wake up call for us that are still living. Three bright, energetic and smart youth werebrutally murdered on Tuesday night. Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23; Barakat’s wife, Yusor Mohammad, 21; and her sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19 were young, healthy and had so much going for them. Despite all of that though, their time was up and just like that they are gone, forever. Some of think because we are young, healthy or have money […]