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Looking To Get Married? Here Are A Few Tips

It is a truth universally acknowledged that single young Muslims, despite not being in possession of any fortune, are always in search of a spouse. However little prepared these people may be to undertake this ordeal is given little thought, and they are thrust out into the world of modern Muslim matchmaking. The generational divide in the community has meant …

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Loving Muslim Marriage Episode #6: Is it Taboo to Talk About Sex?

Is talking about sex a taboo in Islam? Religiously, not at all. Culturally though, that’s a different story.Click To Tweet On one hand we are completely stone-walling sex or anything related to sex any issues that people can have with sex, and on the other hand we still live in this country, we still have TV, we still have books, …

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Muslims Leaders Who Are Also Foreign Agents

Foreign Agents in the US have a meaningful effect on Americans in the United States.  Should Muslims in the United States adopt the foreign policy narrative of the United Arab Emirates?  Should we be against calling the mass killing of Armenians during World War I “genocide?” Can American Muslim leaders and nonprofits be the voice of governments, give them public …

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The Creation Of The Stereotypical Arab

Robert Entman, professor of media and public affairs, published an excellent study in  1993 in which he explained the inner workings of framing. Framing is a well-known concept within communication sciences and the study of mass communication, and concerns according to Entman both selection and promotion. He describes it as: “The selection of some aspects of a perceived reality to make them more salient …

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[The Productive Muslim Masterclass Commences Dec. 28] How this Masterclass Will Help You Live the Next Best Version of Yourself Across All Your Roles

What does it take to live the next best version of yourself across all your roles in life? What are you doing now to practically actualize your purpose as a true ‘abd (slave of Allah) and live a meaningfully productive life spiritually, physically and socially? How do you practically aim for success in this world and success in the hereafter …

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He Catches Me When I Fall: A Journey To Tawakkul

In the midst of discussing an emotionally-heavy issue, my therapist brought up the point that in life, we can reach a point of acceptance with our difficult issues: “It sounds cliche, but there’s no other way to say it: it is what it is. ”Okay, I thought, as I listened. Acceptance. Yes, I can do this eventually. She went on …

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Loving Muslim Marriage Episode #4: Are Men Sexual And Women Emotional?

We often hear that men think about sex way more than women, but is that true? And if it’s not true, then what effect does this belief have on Muslim couples? In this episode, we talk to Usman Mughni, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Loving Muslim Marriage aims to clarify misunderstandings and misconceptions regarding marital intimacy and female sexuality. To …

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A Closer Look At The Congressional Hearing on Human Rights in South Asia

Expectations on Capitol Hill were pretty low going into the House Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific and Nonproliferation’s historic hearing on “Human Rights in South Asia”. Previously, hearings on India have not been critical and the Kashmiri Muslim point of view has not been discussed. Chairman of the sub-committee Brad Sherman (D-CA) wasted no time setting the stage for where …

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What We Should Know About The Slaying Of An Imam 10 Years Ago In Dearborn

October 28, 2019 marks 10 years since the tragic homicide of Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah who was shot 20 times in Dearborn, Michigan by a special FBI tactical squad. The homicide of Imam Abdullah was the culmination of the FBI spending over a million dollars in a so-called counterterrorism investigation which included rental of a commercial warehouse and freight trucks, …

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