Turkish TV series “Resurrection Ertugrul” these days is a household craze in Pakistan and among the Muslim world around the globe. Recently Pakistani Prime
Muslim Abaya Dress – From Burqa to Fashion Statement
The Abaya is a traditional loose over-garment like a long cloak or robe commonly worn by Muslim women around the world particularly by women in
Role of Women in Islam
The theme for International Women’s Day 2019 is #BalanceForBetter focuses on striving together to build a gender-balanced society. While the world will join hands to strive towards the gender-balanced world we examine the role of women in Islam and how it aligns with gender equality.
Islam in America
As per Wikipedia according to a 2017 study, Muslims in America form 1.1% of the American population and Islam is the third largest religion in the United States after Christianity and Judaism. Muslims in America come from various backgrounds including 25% black, 24% white, 18% Asian, 18% Arab, 7% mixed race, and 5% Hispanic.
Desk Prayers Adhan Clock is a must for every American Muslim Home
Athan Clocks are a great way to have a reminder about the prayer times for Muslim homes in America or in any Non-Muslim country around the world. Some may argue that why would one need a conventional clock in today’s age when Smartphones and watches can serve the same purpose. We will discuss some of the reasons how it helps in a way that regular smartphones may not.
“Fake News” term used to discredit True Criticism
Carelessly using the “Fake News” terminology to justify the discrediting and censorship of new channels and media outlets is counterproductive as it basically suppresses legitimate questions and criticism coming from the free press. In any democracy, diverse political views and opinions have an important role to play even if it doesn’t fit our confirmation biases. Shutting down someone if the views and new stories are not to one’s liking is basically insulting your own intellect.