Life

Tearing down taboos: Tackling abuse in the Muslim community

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The way forward is acceptance, not prejudice. And we must all play our part in this because if it takes a village to raise a child, it must take a village to protect one too.   The plethora of news stories bringing child abuse to light day in day out...

Photo Galleries

Stunning Photos Show Eid al-Fitr Celebrations Around The World

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From India to Thailand to Jerusalem, Muslims around the world marked the end of the holy month of Ramadan with food, family and festivities. Muslims all over the world gathered this week to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The holiday...

Arts & Culture

Brought up in Japan, Muslim siblings bring fresh take on fashion, art

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  Raised by Indonesian Muslim parents in Tokyo, Aufa Yazid and Ghufron Yazid, two siblings in their 20s, bring a cross-cultural perspective to fashion and art while adhering to their faith. Wearing a hijab sets Aufa apart from the crowd in Japan, where Muslims are a minority, but what makes the 24-year-old freelance...

First Draft

Forbidden Love

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A coming of age story from Afghanistan, the book takes you on a journey of two teens and their star-crossed paths.  Author Nemat Sadat has dabbled with complicated topics in his debut book, garnering a lot of praise.   Set in Afghanistan amidst the Soviet-Afghan War of 1979, The Carpet...

Women & Wellness

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