Category: Ummah

  • 10 Things Muslim Women can do for this Ummah

    10 Things Muslim Women can do for this Ummah

    Assalam Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa barkatuhu I believe that every man and woman is capable of doing great things. Of all the thousands of years that have passed, we know of so many men and women who are famous. Individuals who never gave up and contributed their lives for Islam. If you were to look […]

  • My Islamic experiences in New York City (Part II)

    Part I of this experience can be found here. So, what did I mean when I said things aren’t always as pleasant and peaceful here in New York City for us Muslims? I talked about several advantages of living in this city in Part I of this series and all of those are well deserved […]

  • My Islamic experiences in New York City (Part I)

     I have been here in this city for over a decade now. So, I have a good idea of how people are here and how things work. New York City is one of those places where you’ll see a homeless man singing over the top of his lungs in a crowded subway and everyone will […]

  • Ummah “A touching story”

    My name is Ummah. This is my story. I am an orphan who grew up in poverty. I am eight years old. Yesterday, I looked around me and saw people celebrating and I was uninvited. I got looked down every time I walked through the streets. I always felt this emptiness in my heart. I […]

  • Sheykh Abu Taubah has been arrested

    An experience by a sister who wishes to remain anonymous. Bismillah Ar Rahman Ar Raheem All Praise be to Allah Subhana Wa ta’ala Assalam Alaykum Wa rahmatullahi Wa barkatuhu A day before yesterday I found out that our dear Sheykh Abu Taubah has been arrested. It brought a great deep sadness to me and my […]

  • We believers are one Ummah

    An experience by a sister who wishes to remain anonymous. Bismillah Ar Rahman Ar Raheem All praise be to Allah Subhana Wa ta’ala. Jummatul-wida! Smiles twinkled on everyone’s faces. A blessed day! SubhanAllah at the same time, teardrops like the rain fall on our cheeks. We do not want this blessed month to leave us. […]