Religion

Islam Amongst World’s Fastest Growing Religions

Religion

by Rehan Qamar According to researchers, by 2040, Islam is estimated to be the second largest religion in the United States. The current largest religion in the US is Christianity

An Opinion on Prophetic Witnessing

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by Haroon Imtiaz To be a prophetic witness, or a living embodiment of prophetic conduct, is just not easy. It is in fact, fundamentally stressful and at times a painful occupation

Stop Saying Islam is Feminist

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by Sarah Yusuf I’m extremely lucky to be surrounded by dozens of intelligent and outspoken Muslim women in my life. They’re all incredible people, with interesting lives and e

The Martyrdom of Imam Hussein

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by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Muharram, the 10th of the Islamic calendar brings out fissures in the Muslim community. Its a day when a segment of Muslims mourn the martyrdom of Imam

Sexual Harassment in Religious Institutions

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by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Every time someone brings up an accusation pertaining to sexual harassment against a prominent religious figure, regardless of his or her faith, people in ge

Hajj: The Journey of A Lifetime

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by Sofia Begg Latif Hajj has truly been the journey of a lifetime. It was a lesson in recognizing our own insignificance- our bodies physically exhausted and weakened- the perspec

The Hajj Paradigm: Islam’s Most Unifying Narrative

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by Imam Luqman Ahmad Perhaps, the purest, and most poignant narrative of what Islam really stands for at its core, is the visual takeaway one gets from the annual Muslim pilgri

Confronting Muslim Sectarianism

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by Imam Luqman Ahmad Muslim sectarianism is one of the greatest challenges for Muslims in this century. It affects Muslims worldwide and is responsible for much of the discord

Religious Diversity, Pluralism and Tolerance: The Islamic Perspective

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by M. Basheer Ahmed M.D. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, there has been a massive migration of people from the east to the west. Most of them migrated for economic

Ramadan, An Exercise in Self Control

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by Azher Quader The month of Ramadan comes and goes so fast, it always feels kind of short. As the moon-gazers and the calculators celebrate Eid on the same day, it is a wel