The Art of the Qur’an

In this holy month of Ramadan, the month the Qur’an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad SWT, through the Arch Angel Gabriel; we must ponder on the many aspects of the Qur’an and what it brings mankind. In this brief video, A major exhibition on the art of the Quran is being

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Fasting Healthfully with Diabetes

Imamia Medics International, a not for profit charity serving the undeserved throughout the world, has published a helpful guide for fasting with Diabetes. Click on the link below to get a view of the useful guideline IMI Healthy Fasting with Diabetes Brochure

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What does Ramadan Mean to you?

With Ramadan less than 40 days away, we all need to start preparing for the Holy Month. Some of us are starting to think about training our bodies to abstain from eating and drinking; others are preparing by simplifying their daily life to reduce stress and energy output; while others

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Judgement is Dangerous, beautiful TEDTalk by Zamina Mithani

We judge people all the time. But can our judgement be dangerous? In this funny and inspirational talk, Zamina Mithani explores the nuances of the subconscious biases through her own story. From rapping Muslims to homeless citizens she urges everyone to go beyond stereotypes and towards harnessing the power in

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Ali Asaria: The Tech CEO Who Gave Away His Money

The Messenger of Allah (SWA) has said: The earth on the Day of Resurrection will be scorching, except for the shadow of a believer, for verily his charity will serve him as shade. (Kanzul Ummal: Volume 11, Page 616) From CommunityTech News (news.communitytech.ca) Ali Asaria is challenging the status quo

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Islam and tolerance towards other religions

We have witnessed the countless attacks on Christian, Yazidi and Shia minorities in the Middle East, especially with the rise of Daesh (infamously known as ISIS), who have been killing anyone that does not believe in what they believe in, despite many of the victims of Daesh are Muslims, but

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New mosque highlights growth of Muslim community in Central Florida

A 130-foot-tall minaret rises above former pastureland south of Sanford, beckoning the Muslim faithful to a new mosque that took seven years and millions of dollars to build. Leaders at Masjid Al Hayy — the name means “ever-living mosque” in Arabic — say they hope the 43,000-square-foot building becomes a gathering

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