Not giving into the left Being a Republican is very difficult today, in a world full of radical youths who believe everything they read on the internet. I know there are radicals on both sides, but it seems that the left has been able to target the younger people through a strong social media presence... Continue Reading →
Salaam Alaikum! In honor of my very first #sharedcontentsundays I wanted to share this article with you, written by K T Lynn of KTLynn.com CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ARTICLE I found so much truth in this piece, as the author is a fellow American Muslim Revert and just seems to "get it". It is... Continue Reading →
Temptation, ah what a word. What a sick and twisted inevitable phenomenon. Why must we all go through this? Why must the grass look so luscious and green on the other side? I can’t answer that, because I am only human, but I can give my perspective on the subject. We all face it, especially as Muslim... Continue Reading →
When my husband and I stepped off the plane in Algiers, I was smacked in the face with a complete culture shock. You know how when Americans travel, they expect, and usually find that most people speak English? Well this was definitely not the case here. My 2 years of French classes in University were normally enough to get me through basic interactions, but my shyness... Continue Reading →
Someone will always be critical of something that you are doing, whether its painting your nails, wearing the hijab, not wearing the hijab, I mean the possibilities are really endless.
As I read this book, and discovered the true beauty of the religion, I became more and more steadfast in my decision.
Everyone seems to have an opinion about Muslim women, even (especially!) those who have never met one. Co-editors Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi thought it was about time we heard directly from Muslim women themselves.