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  • Saudi Arabia along with four other Muslim countries rank the lowest in suicides

    News like such don’t make the mainstream media for reasons we all know too well – showing Muslims to be in the good light. Arab News recently brought to our attention a stat from 2012 which seem to have been brushed under the carpet – certain Muslim countries suicide rates are at the lowest in […] More

  • Cycle of life: Chinese Muslim cycles 7,800 km in 4 months to perform Hajj

    Tawasul has reported Muslim cyclist from China, Mapaotchen Muslim Muhammad has cycled 7,800 kilometres to Makkah, Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj. Muhammad reportedly left his home in Xinjiang, in northwest China, and cycled arriving in the Saudi city of Taif, where he received a special welcome by the local cycling club. Following a brief stay in […] More

  • Islam is the key to true happiness in my life, says England’s cricketer Moeen Ali

    Those in the entertainment arena such as sports have a significant responsibility in terms of how they carry themselves, for they are role models for the youth. Moeen Ali was interviewed by The Today Programme, where he was asked questions regarding how important Islam is in his life and what does he feel about the […] More

  • 10 Signs Of Good Manners

    There is nothing which is heavier upon the balance than the good character. [1] We see Muslims who pray their prayers, give in charity and fast Ramadan, but their character is not what they are meant to carry. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) highlighted one of the key purposes of him coming to the […] More

  • A Rotten Graveyard With One Musk Fragrant Grave

    This is a true incident, shared originally by Imran Shahid who also provided the translation. One of the graveyards in Saudi Arabia was closed for 30 years. It was eventually decided to purge it to the ground level. The government gave permission to do so and found a company to execute the desired task. The […] More

  • 10 evidence-based facts of the benefits of intermittent fasting

    When Muslims observe the fasting month of Ramadan or voluntary fasts (such as fasting the 3 middle days of the lunar month and fasting on Mondays and Thursdays), in which eating and drinking is restricted to sunset till dusk as they are commanded by Allah to observe fasts, many wonder if such a practice is detrimental or beneficial […] More

  • How To Treat Ramadan Muslims

    Ramadan is special for so many reasons. That child who never prays, prays. That sister who never covers, covers. That brother who never fasts, fasts. Even if it is just for one month, at least our non-practicing brothers and sisters will taste the sweetness of eman for thirty days. Surely, this ought to be a joy […] More

  • 5 Dos and 5 Don’ts in Ramadan

    Ramadan is the mother of all months. It is the best month in which the first verses of the best book of guidance were revealed to the best man by the best angel for the best nation. It is the most awaited month for Muslims all over the world for it brings with it an […] More

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