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This year is special for many reasons. While it is not my first year fasting, it is my first time fasting as a Muslim woman, something I am very thankful and proud of. The circumstances behind this year’s fast have a different sort of connotation — for one, I’m not fasting merely out of curious choice as I did last year, but rather out of the desire to fill a religious obligation. Source: https://muslimgirl.com/pre-ramadan/

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I Researched Everything about Islam – American revert Story

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My search began with the “Haraam” …why did Islam have so many prohibitions? I read about alcohol, from library books, not Islamic books. I decided, Alcohol would no longer be a part of my life! But I was not a Muslim. Then I researched pork. From the library books I could find. Wow! I never realized how bad pork was for human consumption.

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Story of Yusuf Estes – From darkness to light

For the first time full story of Yusuf Estes

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For the first time full story of Yusuf Estes

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Muslim Americans Find New Ways To Celebrate Ramadan From Home

From designers and comedians to NBA players, here’s how Muslim Americans are celebrating Ramadan during COVID-19.

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From designers and comedians to NBA players, here’s how Muslim Americans are celebrating Ramadan during COVID-19.

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Georgia’s First Ramadan: New Muslim Stories

Sister Georgia chats about her journey to Islam and her experience fasting in her first Ramadan. She is interviewed by Humera Nawaz, an MCC East Bay Board Member.

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Sister Georgia chats about her journey to Islam and her experience fasting in her first Ramadan. She is interviewed by Humera Nawaz, an MCC East Bay Board Member.

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Women in Christchurch Continue Wearing Headscarves in Support of Muslim Community

Thousands of people attended a vigil in Christchurch, New Zealand to protest racism and to remember the 50 Muslims who were killed in two mosques last week by a white nationalist.

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Thousands of people attended a vigil in Christchurch, New Zealand to protest racism and to remember the 50 Muslims who were killed in two mosques last week by a white nationalist. Many of the woman in attendance continued making and wearing headscarves in solidarity with their Muslim neighbors. Arash Arabasadi reports.

 

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