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Muhammad Tim Humble: How I accepted Islam at the age of 14

“My name is Muhammad Tim Humble and I accepted Islam at the age of 14. Its a very young age to accept Islam.I was pretty rebellious. I had a very bad relationship with my parents. I was the type of person who wanted to rebel against anything and everything

DON’T LET A WISHBONE GROW WHERE A BACKBONE SHOULD BE

Labelled as a terrorist by some, Ahed is hailed as a hero amongst fellow Palestinians for standing up to a soldier. Ahed Tamimi, a Palestinian activist from the small village of Nabi Salih in the Israeli occupied West Bank, has been protesting against the siege for a long time now along with her clan. She caught media attention …

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THE X-FACTOR

Based on the true account of a robust bond between Malcolm X and Mohammad Ali. Malcolm X found a great potential in Ali to spread the message of Nation of Islam (NOI) and Ali found the anchor he had been looking for. Cassius Clay, decided to declare his faith to the whole world once he …

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Important Female in Islamic History

We bring to you a few selective  female figures of our Islamic history who, untainted by the patriarchy and cultures that stifle women today, exercised the rights that Islam had granted her. Nusayba bint Ka’ab Known by her nickname Umm Umarah, she was a female warrior who courageously defended the Prophet (S.A.W) in several battles …

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inspiring story of a brahmin turned shaikh

WHO WROTE YOUR HADITH? Read the Inspiring Story of A Brahmin turned Sheikh

Sheikh Ziya Ar-Rehman Azmi is the dean of Department of Hadith, Madina University. Contrary to the expectations of many who would consider him to come from a downright religious, Islamic family, our Sheikh was born in a conservative Brahmin family in India. Taught from a very young age to stay segregated from people of other …

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The Unbudging Revert: A story of Faith vs family and nation

Hadiya’s story is a classic example of women’s rights suffering a severe blow under the shadow of patriarchy and a biased judicial system. In today’s time when many don’t have the courage to hold down their fort when the wind blows in the other direction, Hadiya is an extraordinary example of a strong courageous woman …

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How I came back to Islam

I’m a young college student living in America. I was born in a muslim family from the indian subcontinent, so naturally I had an Islamic upbringing. And I hate to say it… but I really hated Islam when I was a kid, but it was mostly my own fault. What I will say next is …

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My experiences of racism have put me off the Middle East

There’s a lot of denial that goes on when I tell people this. As a Muslim growing up in the West, it’s fair to see that my experience of Islam and Muslims has always been multicultural. Having been born and raised in the UK, and Asian culture not having a strong influence in my life, …

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I Knew why it’s Hard for Muslims to convert to Other Faiths

“What happened to you?” This was usually the first reaction I encountered when my former classmates, friends and co-pastors saw me after having embraced Islam. I suppose I couldn’t blame them, I was a highly unlikely the person to change religions. Formerly, I was a professor, pastor, church planter and missionary. If anyone was a …

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The Questions That Brought Me to Islam Part I

It was a very normal day at the office. Patients coming and going at a steady pace, staff sticking their head in the door to say a quick hello and the telephone singing it’s same urgent song. It was September 11, 2001. I was busy at my desk finishing some paperwork when I came across …

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