• Eid Mubarak! Keep Your Iman High Post Ramadan

    As Ramadan comes to an end, many Muslims around the world are getting ready for one of the most exciting days of the year: Eid-Al-Fitr! Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of the 30-day Ramadan Fast in which Muslims abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset, and enjoy family meals throughout the month. As …

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  • 4 Heart Changers

    During the month of Ramadan, we get a shocking look at our habits. The good, the bad and the ugly. For this post, I want to get personal. I have been lucky enough to learn some beneficial tips from many of my teachers. These lessons have allowed me to change my heart for the better, …

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  • Food Tips for Ramadan’s Crunch Time

    Ramadan has a reputation to be a busy time, especially during the summer!  For those ladies (and gents perhaps) who want food ideas that are fast, healthy and tasty, this one’s for you. Make Lentil Soup Your Friend: Take the variety that are lentils, (the yellow, the pink, the green) and make them your best …

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  • Top 3 Ways to get into Duaa Mode for Ramadan

    During Sha’ban, many of us are fasting a few extra days in order to get ready/make up days for Ramadan. In order to hope for that deep connection with Allah as we worship, a certain high level of “Dua-Mode” has got to be engaged.  What better way to get into Dua-Mode than to practice some …

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  • Starting with Sha’ban

    Starting with Sha’ban Why wait for Ramadan to improve your relationship with Allah when we are in Sha’ban already?  Let’s get into some ways that you can make Sha’ban an amazing time before we enter into the month we all love—Ramadan. Change some habits! Ask yourself: What are the biggest bad habits that I don’t …

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  • Surprising Hijab Moments We All Have

    When many of us started our journey with hijab, we had expectations. We expected to be asked questions about it, we expected to stand out a bit in a crowd and we even might have expected the summer months to feel a bit hotter than before. We did not, however, foresee every single random, surprising, …

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  • Halal-ify That Trend

    Halal-ify That Trend Take a quick glance at Instagram or other social media, and you’ll see various trends taking over! It even spreads to, you guessed it, modest fashionistas as well. From folded jeans and turban or beanie style hijabs, to skinny jeans to midi dresses, there are SO many cute trends that tempt us! …

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  • National Women’s Month: 5 Proud Moments to Love

    Chicago Tribune Photo of Women’s March With National Women’s Month coming to an end, let’s take a look at some of the most notable moments that truly made us all cheer in support. Now, not all of these moments happened in March itself, but they sure made this year’s Women’s Month a time where us Muslimahs …

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  • Parody Party ♫

    Parody Party ♫ By Amal Adnan While music can sometimes be a controversial issue in the Middle Eastern world, we are not here (nor qualified) to discuss rulings of instruments, language, and topics discussed – so we will keep it modest with the clean, halal versions! Do you have any favorites when it comes to …

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  • Maqluba or “Upside Down” – Recipe of a Middle Eastern Dish!

    Maqluba Recipe: A Special Middle Eastern Dish! By Amal Adnan   Who doesn’t LOVE a homemade, ethnic meal? The aroma of rich, savory spices, the oh, so tender meat and fried vegetables assorted throughout the sandy-colored rice? Maqluba (which literally translates to “Upside down”) is popular in Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria and …

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