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Coming Home with the Cows

Coming Home with the Cows

“Allah also gave me an opportunity to get away from it all. I don’t mean the five-star sort of getting away; rather it was a chance to try this simple living thing that so many people pine for, though I had never.” Recently I read an interview with Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, the author of ‘Green Deen,’ …


Not Living a Muslim Lifestyle?

There is more to a Muslim lifestyle, though, than glossy photographs in a magazine, no matter how attractive they appear. A Muslim lifestyle is altogether different from the ways of life of many of the people we live with.

Relation between Muslim Youth & Sports

Islam encourages anything that promotes refreshing the mind or revitalizing the body provided it doesn’t lead to or involve sin, cause harm, or hamper or delay religious obligations. The traditions of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) undoubtedly encourage involvement in sporting activities as a way to promote a   healthy lifestyle and encourage brotherly love and family togetherness. In …

Introduction to Prophetic Medicine & Islamic Healthy Lifestyle

It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle as our body impacts our abilities to fulfill our duties as Muslims. A common picture, seen in both men and women, is overweight individuals. They pray on chairs because their knees can’t withstand the weight. Prophet Muhammad said: “Whosoever begins the day feeling family security and good …

Mental Health

Sports Help Boost Your Mental Health

Since its advent, Islam has always encouraged its believers to exert effort through useful physical activities and sports which are extremely beneficial for our body, as they help us get fit and prevent us from being sick. Games and sports are equally helpful in improving our mental health. This article will focus on some of …


Our Girls' Needs: Holistic Muslimah Health Guide

In Holistic Muslimah Health series, we review how Allah has designed us in a holistic manner with precious physical milestones, to mark the specific phases of women’s lives- teenage, puberty, pregnancy…etc, and explore women’s psychical and emotional needs and rights. Caring for ourselves– physically, emotionally and religiously – should not in any part be seen as superficial. …

Muslim Lifestyle Show Draws Thousands of Visitors

For the second consecutive year, thousands of Muslims thronged to Kingston Olympia London to attend Muslim lifestyle show, enjoying different cultures, exhibitions, halal food and even a catwalk fashion show.

The Modest Lifestyle of Prophet Muhammad

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) knew the reality of this world, its brevity and its temporary nature. So he lived in it not in affluence but as a poor person, enduring hunger one day with patience and eating one day with gratitude…

Guidance to the Light

To reflect on my hardships alone would imply I have gained nothing by becoming a Muslim other than pain. On the contrary, Islam has given me already so many vast rewards, I shiver to think of how much more wonderful the gifts of Paradise would be.

Adjusting to Islamic Lifestyle as a New Muslim - 4

Life, including its highs and lows, people and problems, make managing change stressful and overwhelming, so it is important to have and nurture your safe zones. If you couple your safe zones with a firm belief in Islam, and know that Allah has power over all things, you will be safe.

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