Tag: ramadan

Muslim Businesses You Should Definitely Be Buying From

I am writing this post because I try hard to support Muslim or minority-owned companies whenever I can, but the problem is that these companies are a lot harder to find. With a google search, you are only limited to certain brands. So, this post is for people like me, that want to purchase from

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What Happens When Your Period Comes In Ramadan

Ramadan, the holy month where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, is not just about fasting but of giving charity, abstaining from sexual intercourse during the day, and feeding the hungry. However, not all Muslims need to fast or pray. People who are sick, pregnant, breastfeeding, traveling, or have their period should do not need

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Weight Gain From Fasting, During Ramadan? Here Are Ways to Avoid It.

Ramadan is the time of year where Muslims from all around the world fast for one month, give to charity, and feed the hungry.  The fast is to remind us, Muslims, of those less fortunate and who go starving on a regular basis. I know that may be hard to believe because when you usually

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5 Pillars of Islam

Not everyone knows what the five pillars of Islam are. They are the five things that you have to do in this life to be a Muslim.1. Shahadah – Declare Your Faith You have to take your Shahadah – Declare your faith. You have to declare that there is no God but God and that

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Muslim teen Killed in The U.S. During Ramadan Prayers #JUSTICEFORNABRA

Say her name, Nabra Hassanen. Today I write in mourning. Between Saturday and Sunday, there was a white terrorist who ran over Muslims in London after taraweeh (ramadan prayers). Then in the United States, a teenage Muslim was beaten to death, near her masjid (mosque) between the Ramadan prayers. (Though both situations sadden me immensely, I

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Granddaughter of A Pentecostal Preacher Converts to Islam

From the time when I was a child, so many things in Christianity did not made sense to me. Keep in mind, I am the granddaughter of a Pentecostal preacher, so the teachings of the Church and Jesus were drilled into my brain. I remember asking my Bible teacher at 7-years-old, “Why do we celebrate

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