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Klaudia Khan is a freelance writer interested in all aspects of green living. She studied Sociology in London and now lives with her husband and two daughters in the UK and Pakistan.

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Willowbrook Farm: Islamic Lifestyle Redefined

Willowbrook Farm: Islamic Lifestyle Redefined

Ruby and Lutfi are a married British Muslim couple who dreamt of a simple life that is close to nature. They wanted to create a pure and wholesome environment for their children, and to live in harmony with their beliefs and principles. In 2002 Allah (SWT) answered their prayers. They sold their family’s house in …

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Surprising Discovery of Genetic Mosaic in Brain

Surprising Discovery of Genetic Mosaic in Brain

Our body is made up of some hundred trillions of cells and each of them is specialized to its function. There are different cells building our bones, muscles, blood, brain, etc… Among all of them the cells making up our brains – the neurons, are the most remarkable. First of all because of their unique …

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Reconnecting with Nature

Reconnecting with Nature

The concept of responsible management and taking care of the natural environment is firmly embedded in the teachings of Islam, so Muslims shouldn’t be reminded that living eco-friendly lifestyle is part of their religion. Or do they? Fazlun Khalid, a man synonymous with the eco-Islam movement and one of the most influential contemporary Muslims, claims …

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Tazkiyah in Age of Psychotherapy

This is an interview with AbdelRahman Mussa, the founder of iPersonal Enrichment newsletter and the Whims-I-Kill Tazkiyah course. AbdelRahman Mussa is both a graduate of Shari’ah and a therapist with more than 11 years of experience and his background in da’wah (Islamic spiritual activism). Q: Tazkiyah – It is the process of purifying the soul …

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Chemtrails: Exploring the Myth

Probably all of us have seen contrails, although not everyone is familiar with the name. Contrails are the white cloudy lines left on the sky by airplanes and their name comes from the combination of words: condensation (con-) and trail. Many people consider the criss-cross patterns created by contrails on the clear blue sky beautiful. …

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Drastic Loss of Urban Gardens

Home gardens were once an indispensable element of the British urban residential streets. Yet these tiny private enclaves of greenery are under the threat of disappearing. The problem has even raised the attention of the parliament since February 2009 and as a result the Protection of Garden Land Bill has been drafted by the House of Commons. …

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