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WHO WROTE YOUR HADITH? Read the Inspiring Story of A Brahmin...

Sheikh Ziya Ar-Rehman Azmi is the dean of Department of Hadith, Madina University. Contrary to the expectations of many who would consider him to...

The Unbudging Revert: A story of Faith vs family and nation

Hadiya’s story is a classic example of women’s rights suffering a severe blow under the shadow of patriarchy and a biased judicial system. In today's...

My first trip to Makkah

Imaan high! The story of a revert mother-daughter from Australia. Melissa Lucas and her 52 year old mother live in Australia. They were new reverts having...

A Nikah with a difference

Mohammed Qasim lived in a small town in north India. One afternoon he came home and sat on the cot in the courtyard. While...

How I came back to Islam

I'm a young college student living in America. I was born in a muslim family from the indian subcontinent, so naturally I had an...

Why does my Hijab bother you?

By Afshan Khan  There was a time when I used to hear about an attack on Hijab and Burqa in other countries and feel proud...

Khadija Watson’s Journey of Faith

She is an American from California. Her card gives you some clue: "Khadija Watson, ex-professor of theology." She has a BA and an MA...

A Teenage Girl

So next time you see me, don't look at me sympathetically. I am not under duress or a male-worshiping female captive from those barbarous...

Hajj: A journey done once, but lasts a lifetime

Hajj.  The annual pilgrimage to Mekkah performed by Muslims from all corners of the globe. Unlike other pillars of Islam, Hajj is only prescribed once to...

My experiences of racism have put me off the Middle East

There’s a lot of denial that goes on when I tell people this. As a Muslim growing up in the West, it’s fair to see...