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Podcast: How NOT to Talk to New Muslims | Shaykh Abdullah Oduro

New Muslims face many obstacles in their journey to Allah, and would you believe, old Muslims can be one of them? What are some of the ways that seasoned Muslims inadvertently turn New Muslims away from the Deen, and how can we avoid them? We talk to Shaykh AND convert Abdullah Oduro about culture, homogeneity, and the reality of American …

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Day of the Dogs, Part 10: The Girl With the Golden Gun

See the Story Index for Wael Abdelgawad’s other stories. This is chapter 6 in a multi-chapter novella.  Chapters:  Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6 | Chapter 7 | Chapter 8 | Chapter 9 “You going to rob me some more? Next time I shoot you for real!” – Ivana Could You Be …

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Podcast: Sex, Marriage, and Mutual Obligations in Islam | Ustadh Mukhtar Ba

When we talk about Taqwa, we often discuss things like trusting in Allah, avoiding sin, and being mindful of our obligations. We think a lot about staying away from sex on tv, in music, on our computer screens – but what if Taqwa means thinking more about sex – with our spouses instead? The carnal desires that exist in men …

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Disability & Social Justice: In Conversation With Sa’diyya Nesar And Zeba Khan

‘Justice For All Now’, a talk show hosted by human rights advocate and journalist Hena Zuberi on Muslim Network TV. She conducts in-depth interviews with people on the front line of the world’s most pressing issues. On ‘Justice For All Now’, you’ll hear a diversity of voices and analysis on establishing justice the world over. In this episode, her guests …

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Podcast: Hijabi Girls in a Barbie World: The Halima Aden Edition

Panel discussion with Zainab b. Younus, Hena Zuberi, her daughter, and Fousia from the Naptime is Sacred podcast to talk about Halima Aden’s Instagram posts about hijab and her modeling career. The post Podcast: Hijabi Girls in a Barbie World: The Halima Aden Edition appeared first on MuslimMatters.org. Source: muslimmatters/current-affairs

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OpEd: Muslims Connect Over ImamConnect

How do you live a religious life when religion feels far away and inaccessible to you? For me, growing up in Britain, I came across plenty of Muslims like me. It wasn’t that we didn’t care about our faith or take Islam seriously. It’s that we had no idea how to integrate the Islam on offer with the realities of …

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Podcast: David’s Dollar | Tariq Touré and Khaled Nurhssien

We often preach about our children learning the importance of money, group economics, and developing healthy spending habits. How awesome would it be to have a fully illustrated picture book that explores how a dollar travels from hand-to-hand? Join Khaled Nurhssien and award winning poet and author Tariq Touré as they discuss Tariq’s new children’s book David’s Dollar. In this …

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6 Phone Hacks to Stop Muslim Pro from Selling You Out to the Military

Vice News has released an article stating the popular app Muslim Pro has been, perhaps unknowingly, selling location data to military contractors. Essentially, this means that your information ends up in the hands of the military itself. Apps can be monetized a number of ways beyond the one-time app purchase or subscriptions.  Different types of data can be gathered from …

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Beyond 2020: Grounding Our Politics in Community

As tense and agonizing as these unending election days have been, it pales in comparison to the last four years.  I plainly remember how it all began on the night of November 07, 2016. I watched as the political map of the US became increasingly red late into the night. All the social media banter, conspiracy theories and left-wing critiques …

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