The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and The Broadcast of The Call to Prayer

Featured Image: Adam Dean for The New York Times Growing up in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, I never knew I was an Ahmadi Muslim. Just like any other child, I was unaware of sects, unaware of the major differences between these sects. My parents worried if we ever told someone outside the house that we were…

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Helpful Tips for the Month of Ramadan

Ramadan is a month filled with joy, family time, and precious moments to reflect on non-materialistic things for Muslims across the world. While people such as the sick, children, the elderly, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and women menstruating etc. are exempted from fasting, an often overlooked issue is how alienating this month can be for…

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Ramadan: A Special Place in My Heart

Nothing tastes as incredible as the first bite of a date when breaking your fast. It’s a time when relief fills the body, the vexing hunger fades away, and the mind is at ease. Ramadan: a time when the body is weary, but the soul feels vibrant. Ramadan is the holy month in Islam when…

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