Najmah53: “Sex Sells” Culture VS Modesty (Video)

info-pictogram1 Small snippet from the lecture by Najmah53 covering the Pillars of Islam, The status of Women in Islam, and Being an African American Convert to Islam in the Multicural and Social Justice Counseling course taught by Dr. Malik Raheem @ Fresno State.

Beautifully recited Surat Al-Furqan by a kid (English subtitles) (Video)

Documentary: And Sanctify My House – The Department of Cleaning and Furnishing (Video)

Finding Allah Through Fasting – Dr. Umar Faruq Abd-Allah – Ramadan Seminar (Video)

The Quran is “Hakeem” (Surah Yaseen) – Nouman Ali Khan – Part 1 (Video)

Tafsir of Surah Yaseen

The first episode of my Ramadan series is now up:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-vDB94Axwg

Please share with everyone you know because this series will last all of Ramadan.

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Three simple health tips for Ramadan

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By: Mohamad Kadry

Sourcekhaleejtimes.com

Fasting during the month of Ramadan can bring out many changes in those who observe it, but gluttony and laziness should not be among them.

These are problems that many people face each year when fasting from sunrise to sunset, tempted by copious amounts of food at Iftar combined with little to no physical activity throughout the day. But Ramadan should never be an excuse to overindulge.

While fasting, your body’s metabolism essentially slows down which can make you feel lethargic and help pack on unwanted weight. But with some careful planning there are a number of things you can implement into your daily schedule that will help you remain fit and strong throughout the month.

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The (quick) fiqh of Fasting

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By: Shaykh Mansur Ali

Sourceilmgate.org

Definition: Fasting is to refrain from eating, drinking, smoking, and having sexual intercourse from dawn till dusk with the intention of worship.

Types of fasting:

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6 Tips to Help You Fast From Your Phone this Ramadan

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Source: ilmfeed.com

By: Abu Safiyyah

Phones! Every has one and many of us simply can’t live without them. Phones have come a long way and they now allow us to access tons of information from our finger tips. Our phones are constantly pinging due to notifications from email clients, social media apps, news apps, games and instant messaging apps etc. In the blessed month of Ramadan, we mustn’t let our phones distract us, let’s use this month to get closer to Allah. These 6 tips will help you ‘fast’ from your phones this Ramadan.

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A Ramadan guide for non-Muslims

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Source: washingtonpost.com

By: Asma Uddin and Shazia Kamal

In the next few weeks, you may come into work and find your co-worker taking a power nap at 9:30am. At break time, you’ll notice she is missing in the discussion about Harry Potter over at the water cooler. At the staff meeting, you will be shocked when she is offered coffee and cookies and refuses ! By lunch time, your concern about her missing at the water cooler compels you to investigate the situation.

Then you remember what she had mentioned last week over a delicious Sushi lunch. Flooded with relief, you go up to her desk, and proclaim with much gusto, “Ramadan Mubarak (Moo-baa-rak)!” Ramadan’s Blessings to you!

The month of Ramadan is a happy occasion; it is the month that the Muslim holy book, the Koran, was revealed to our Prophet Muhammad. Muslims are called by their religion to celebrate the month by coming together in worship, fasting each day for thirty days from dawn until sunset.

While this may seem like a tremendous feat, consider this: Fasting while working is an even greater endeavor. Make it a little easier on your Muslim colleague by following a couple of simple rules:

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