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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...

I Knew why it’s Hard for Muslims to convert to Other...

“What happened to you?” This was usually the first reaction I encountered when my former classmates, friends and co-pastors saw me after having embraced Islam....

How to over come oppression? The Slander affair story

Probably, Most of us have gone through some kind of oppression. Life consists of ups & down! There were times when you felt all...

TALUT AND JALUT

The Price of Oppression Allah  can humiliate a nation when its people have become stingy and stop caring for the poor and the needy, and...

The Questions That Brought Me to Islam Part I

It was a very normal day at the office. Patients coming and going at a steady pace, staff sticking their head in the door...

The Questions That Brought Me to Islam Part II

Read Part I It is simply an act of submission to God; a recognition and declaration that there is One God, Supreme and Unique. My study took on...

My Hindu family still won’t accept my conversion to Islam, eight...

I wish I could say that my parents aren’t racist. However, they were both bought up in India where tensions between Hindus and Muslims are high. Their environment provided them with this mentality of disliking Islam and everything associated with it. I knew this was something that I could not share with them.