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This Is How Imam Al-Ghazali Saved Me

If you are lucky, at some point in your life, a tear will appear on the edges of your world. And if you are brave enough to pick at the tear, you will be given a glimpse into the great unknown, where angels, demons, hope, and darkness exist — not as delusional of one’s imagination…

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5 Ways to Maintain Habits You Developed in Ramadan

Ramadan is a month of blessings and once it’s over that does not mean the charitable acts we do or the goodness of the month also have to come to an end. Pop psychology says that it takes about three weeks to develop a habit, although research shows that actually vary from person to person…

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13 Scientific Discoveries Mentioned in the Quran

Aside from our Holy Quran serving us as a moral and spiritual guide, with advice, commands, stories, and lessons, it also consists of historical and scientific discoveries. Such information was sent down from Allah and compiled into the Quran way before it was even discovered and confirmed to be a fact through scientific research! Some…

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A Guide to Centering Women’s Voices in Worship

The first few encounters I had with the practices of Islam were when I was about 10 years old. My brothers and I would follow my father’s friends and his wife and daughters to the prayer ground for Eid prayers, and even though I had no idea how to pray, I always enjoyed going. I…

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10 Sunnahs You Don’t Want to Miss This Eid

Eid al-Fitr marks the end of our holy month of Ramadan — a special occasion when we celebrate getting to the finish line with our 30-day spiritual journey of cleansing our souls from the burden we’ve been carrying all year round — and the beginning of our Eid celebrations (the Sunnah way). Having a special…

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These 3 Muslims Share Their Eid al-Fitr Traditions

As Ramadan comes to an end, Muslims from all over the world start to look forward to celebrating the blessing of making it till the end of Ramadan through Eid al-Fitr, a one-to-three-day Islamic holiday depending on the country’s policies. The traditions of Eid al-Fitr can differ from one Muslim to another. For example, some…

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8 Muslim Girl Readers Tell Us Their Ramadan Dating Stories

One of the reasons why Muslim women love Ramadan is that they get to meet with their sisters in mosques during night prayers. From married women coming with their children to single young ladies, everyone enjoys seeing other Muslim women making the most of their Ramadan. But, it goes without saying that it doesn’t end…

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8 Essential Duas for Ramadan

Ramadan is a time of immense blessing and reward. It marks the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. For one whole month, Muslims devote themselves mind, body, and soul to purification and spiritual connection. Not only are many of us fasting during Ramadan, but we are also increasing our duas and good deeds, performing more…

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ICYMI: This Game Is the Quranic Version of Wordle

The viral word game, Wordle, which has won the hearts of many and has become an internet sensation with over 2 million daily users, now has an Arabic version called Quranle. As the name suggests, this adaptation in the form of a website helps users learn Quranic Arabic, enhancing their knowledge of the Quranic text….

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What Should I Do During Ramadan if I Have an Eating Disorder?

Disclaimer: This article is in no way meant to substitute for medical or mental health advice from a trained and educated mental health professional. Muslim Girl encourages those who need help to seek it, and encourages the use of resources such as therapists, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and trained mental health professionals. You should never try…

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3 Must-Know Duas for Anxiety

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4 Powerful Duas for Depression

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Why We Should All Strive for an Eco-Friendly Ramadan

What does it mean to be Khalifah? A ruler? And what’s the job of a Khalifah? To rule the earth? The word Khalifah is mentioned several times in the Quran. One time that is noticeable regarding the idea of our responsibility to care for the well-being of the planet is this verse from the Quran:…