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Keeping Our Cool in Ramadan

Keeping Our Cool in Ramadan

We need to translate the restraint we show regarding our desire to eat and drink in this month into the ability to restrain our tongues and our hands when we are abused. We must, indeed, use our fast a shield, protecting us from bad behavior.

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Was Islam Derived from Judaism?

Was Islam Derived from Judaism?

Months passed and I had almost forgotten about Zenita, when suddenly she called and begged me to meet her at the Metropolitan Museum and go with her to look at the special exhibition of exquisite Arabic calligraphy and ancient illuminated manuscripts of the Quran.

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Finding Comfort in Love

Finding Comfort in Love

Khadijah had long resolved that she would choose her future husband when she was absolutely certain of his character. Looking at her dealings with Muhammad, she felt that it was now up to her to take the next step.

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Khadija

Khadija

Khadijah married Prophet Muhammad at forty years of age, the age when a person reaches a stage of maturity, responsibility, and wisdom. Their marriage was characterized by love, respect, appreciation and cooperation. She was so devoted to Prophet Muhammad’s happiness...

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Churches Have Bells, We Have This:

Churches Have Bells, We Have This:

Somehow this call touched me, though at the time I didn’t even know what it really was. Its sound transported me to an environment serene and tranquil, in spite of the reality on the ground. When I heard it then, I couldn’t believe anyone could talk during it and not listen to its exquisite beauty…

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