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Supporting a Grieving Person: Asmaa Hussein [part 2]

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Continuing our conversation today is Asmaa Hussein, an Egyptian-Canadian author of the book ‘A Temporary Gift’, where she journals her experiences on losing her husband and widowhood. In this episode, we talk about how grief often makes us feel uncomfortable, awkward and leaves us stammering for the right things to say. Some of us are so afraid to say and …

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10 Steps On How To Build A Successful Youth Department At Your Islamic Center

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By Hanan Seid Community; noun; a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. Being a community is hard. It takes effort. Being a community that gets everyone involved; black, white, women, men, youth, elderly – is even harder. The one group of people masajid are losing at a very fast rate are …

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9 Ways to Boost Your LinkedIn Profile

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The minute we leave full time or even part time education, there is a wave of pressure on us to figure out what we want to do next. There is, even more, pressure for those who have decided to change career paths. While they’re full of passion and enthusiasm, a lot of people just don’t know what to do or where …

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Junaid Jamshed: A Spiritual Role Model for American Muslims

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By Saira Zafir   “Before coming into this effort [of dawah], I wanted to emulate the best singers in the world. When I joined this effort, I asked the people, ‘Who is it that excelled above all others in this path?’ They told me, ‘It was the Prophet.’ So I decided on that day that I would strive to learn …

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Mosque: Back To The Future

On a scale of things that many non-Muslims wouldn’t want built anywhere near where they live, the mosque probably comes somewhere between a landfill and Ebola sanatorium. It’s not that they are racist, Islamophobic, or elitist (although a proportion are), but they are definitely afraid. This stems from a fear of the unknown or a misunderstanding of who Muslims are. …

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Dealing With the Pressure to Get Married

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“Oh hey, sister, it’s been a while, how are you? How have you been?” “I’m doing great alhamdulillah; I just got a promotion at work, and I finished memorizing more of the Qur’an; my brother just had a baby girl.” “Oh, Masha’Allah… so when is it your turn to get married? How old are you now, by the way?” Most, if …

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Seerah Competition 2017 Essay – Sofia Aleem

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Allah sent Prophet Muhammad as a prophet to guide people to Islam, but also as a role model. As Muslims, we are supposed to study his life, his experiences, his difficulties and take lessons from him because he was the closest to being a perfect person. His story comes with a lot of lessons but one of the most important …

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How to Deal with Grief: Asmaa Hussein [Part 1]

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Joining us for the show today is Asmaa Hussein, an Egyptian-Canadian author of the book ‘A Temporary Gift’, where she journals her experiences on losing her husband. In this episode, we talk about positive and negative ways of dealing with grief, the importance of constantly learning about our faith, how Quran soothes our hearts, how it is normal for a …

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How to Utilize Social Media to Gain Barakah in Your Life

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For many of us, it’s not the sun that wakes us up but the unavoidable glare of our phones. Social media has taken over our lives in a way that could be damaging to our spirituality.  We spend hours scrolling through Instagram or Facebook, and aimlessly watching video after video. It’s good to honestly think about how many of our …

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Choosing a Good Quran Teacher

One of the most challenging things that Muslim parents can face in their children’s Islamic education is teaching their kids how to read the Qur’an in Arabic. In my own Qur’an reading education as a child, I unfortunately was taught by an Indian woman from South Africa who had no idea how to read the Qur’an correctly and had very …

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