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12 Unexpected Book Suggestions for 2019 - Non-Fiction Titles Too!

Sure, it’s become a bit trendy to do this book-a-month thing, but it’s such a good trend! Whether you love to read or not-so-much, we’ve put together an exciting mix of suggestions to pique your interest and keep you positively progressing through 2019. Read for pleasure or read for personal growth – just IQRA! Since …

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Moving Out Is My Son's Goal

In this counseling answer: •You should do your best to talk him out of it. Do not give him ultimatums, as you might find it difficult to uphold or carry out what you propose to do as a form of discipline. If he insists on moving out, and you feel that he will move out …

With Hijab and Triumphs, Milwaukee School Basketball Team Shatters Stereotypes

It’s not unusual for first-time opponents to underestimate the lady Salam Stars Then, without fail, Captain Safiya Schaub or one of her teammates will hustle for the basket, quickly post up and nail the layup MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin – A Muslim school basketball team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has been shattering stereotypes, with all students winning games in their hijab and long sleeve suits. “A lot of …

Identity Struggle: How it Affects British Muslims

This article is a second episode for the article published earlier under the title: Bullying, Islamophobia: How to Address Challenges Facing Young Muslims LONDON – One of the biggest challenges facing British Muslims is finding ways to be involved more in society. Up until now, this form of inclusion is based on common values of faith …

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I'm Losing My Teenager, Help Me!

In this counseling answer: •Please approach him without a temper. There is no need for angry tempers when you are reaching out with open arms to your son. Tell him how you see things changing and express a genuine concern in his well-being! Ask him how you can help him. •Ask him to let you into his …

A Teenage Muslim Hero: Jules Khan Saves People Regardless of their Background

A Teenage Muslim Hero: Jules Khan Saves People Regardless of their Background

‘The Adventures of Jules Khan – A Teenage Muslim Superhero’ is a fun fiction, action adventure project, written and created by Canadian Author and entrepreneur Karim K Devji. The young adult book chronicles the lives of Jules Khan and his personal bodyguards, Angelina and Klaus. This book focuses on one main theme: respecting all beings …

Bullying, Islamophobia: How to Address Challenges Facing Young Muslims

“I don’t feel safe at school. Sometimes I say to my dad, ‘I don’t want to go to school anymore.’” These words were spoken by a 15-year-old schoolboy named Jamal, who, with his family, escaped from Syria as refugees to resettle in the Yorkshire town of Huddersfield. In a desperate attempt for help, Jamal e-mailed …

How Clothing Poses a Daily Challenge For Muslim Teenage Girls

How Clothing Poses a Daily Challenge For Muslim Teenage Girls

For most teenage girls, shopping for clothes is as simple as popping into the nearest Forever 21 or Urban Outfitters, scanning the shelves for something they like, and selecting the right size. I, on the other hand, a covering Muslim girl, consider myself lucky if I leave a store with a single article of clothing …

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My Parents Are Forcing Me to Wear Hijab

In this counseling answer: “Your parents are trying to fulfill their duties and responsibilities to you, which they had allowed to slip. If you were raised praying 5 times a day and wearing hijab from the age of 9, you would not be having this dilemma, beyond the usual dilemma of being a teenage girl …



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