Disappointed by rising anti-Muslim sentiments, hundreds of South Bay residents turned out at a Santa Clara mosque, California, forming love rings to express solidarity with their Muslims coworkers, neighbors and colleagues.
As we grow in spirituality, Islam also gives us the advantage to grow mentally through “worldly” knowledge like humanities, social, natural and formal sciences. We are encouraged to learn how the world functions around us…
Seeking to assure their Muslim neighbors, Charlotte Rabbi Judy Schindler is encouraging non-Muslim women to show their solidarity with Muslim women on Wednesday by donning hijabs for World Hijab Day.
In a heartwarming demonstration of solidarity, four churches and a synagogue have offered the use of their own houses of worship for the displaced members of a Texas mosque that was burnt down in Victoria in the US state of Texas, one week after the inauguration of President Trump.
Read part one Mother who come out of traumatic childbirths often experience depression, but there is a greater evil to this dimension of emotions. As a Childbirth Educator and Birth Advocate, I’ve met mothers who: – Are unable to connect to their babies, and this problem can become prolonged to the point they build extremely …
Students and teachers at Duluth East high school in Minnesota gathered early on Wednesday, November 16, putting on colorful hijabs to show support to their Muslim colleagues.
Responding to Muslims cry for support, residents of a Kansas city held a love rally last week to show support to their Muslim neighbors who were fearful after a foiled bomb plot targeted them.
Instead of worrying about not knowing how to behave, use each invitation as an opportunity to learn. Occasionally you will come across Muslims that are so excited about your new found happiness that they want you to understand everything very quickly.
The community needs to take a good look at the religion they are following and see what lessons it can take in relation to the lessons it gives about welcoming new Muslims from whatever background they come from, and not just on the day they convert.
Think proactively. Ask yourself, who at the local mosque seems to be the most well-loved? Take note of what the most loved and sought-after people are doing at the mosque. They are usually the ones who bring food to break the fast.