9 COVID Safety Tips For Ramadan

Ramadan, the best time of the year, is upon us again! This blessed month has come seemingly quickly after a whirlwind of a year. It seems like only yesterday it was 2020 and the beginnings of the pandemic were upon us. Last year we spent Ramadan and Eid in quarantine. Now it’s our second year…


10 Muslim Women Share Their Ramadan Resolutions

Ramadan is like a fresh start for so many of us. We asked the #MuslimGirlArmy what their Ramadan resolutions are for this year. We received some amazing responses, so of course we had to share! Check out their beautiful intentions for this Ramadan below. @pure_perseverance: To learn the Quran more and be more comfortable wearing…

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9 Ramadan Tips for Our Non-Muslim Friends

Ramadan officially starts today, which means Muslims begin fasting for an entire month. Allow me to share some tips for all our non-Muslim friends reading this, in case you’ve had some pressing questions that you’d like to ask a real-life actual Muslim. I call this my “Ramadan Muzzie Manual.”  This is practical advice. For starters,…

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9 Female Qur’an Reciters Who Uplift Us

With Ramadan fast approaching, many of us are seeking to deepen our connection with the Qur’an. We want it to remove our sorrows, to lighten our hearts, to heal our worries, and to strengthen our bond with The Most-Merciful, the Most-Loving, The Creator of all that is seen and unseen. These female reciters offer inspiration…


10 #BlackOutEid Looks We Love

A few years ago, producer and screenwriter Aamina Mohamed created the #BlackOutEid hashtag after noticing that much of the Eid content shared online rarely featured Black Muslims. Each year since then, the hashtag has gone viral as Black Muslims celebrate their faith — and their style — and Black Muslims from over the world participate….


Here’s How to Perform Eid Prayer at Home

This article was published on Muslim on 5/24/2020, and has been republished with permission of Muslim. Watch the video above, or read on below to find out how to perform your Eid prayers at home. After a month of quarantined fasting, Eid-al-Fitr is upon us! Eid-al-Fitr falls on the first of Shawwal (the tenth month of…

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What Is Eid? Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The Muslim Holiday.

This article was published on Muslim on 5/24/2020, and has been republished with permission of Muslim. Whether you are Muslim or not, the celebration of Eid-al-Fitr is acknowledged around the world by many of all faiths. Eid is a time for blessings and joys throughout the Muslim community, but because it is a day of charity,…


Why This Ramadan Has Been My Best Ramadan Yet

Ramadan taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic might be challenging for some, but surprisingly, it hasn’t been for me. For the first time ever, Ramadan is peaceful, quiet, and without stress. The hectic food prep, influx of guests, and food orders is nowhere to be found, replaced instead by quiet, peacefulness, serenity, and self-care time….


Watch: The Virtues of Laylat al-Qadr

“In these last 10 nights, you need to set yourself up for success,” says Shaykh Omar Suleiman. In this video, Shaykh Suleiman explains the benefits of the last 10 nights of Ramadan, and explains how the Prophet, peace be upon him, conducted himself in the last nights of Ramadan. Give this video a watch; you’ll…


5 Things to Do in the Last 10 Nights of Ramadan

In this short video that won’t even take three minutes of your time, Shaykh Abu Abdissalam explains five things you should do during these last 10 nights of Ramadan in order to seek the blessings of the “Night of Decree” or Laylatul Qadr. This single night carries with it the blessing of 1000 months, or…


This Ramadan, I Prayed for the First Time in Two Years

Author’s note: This personal essay is based on my own experiences. This is not me preaching from a soapbox. Instead, this is my attempt to muddle through some incredibly complex feelings and experiences. Perhaps along the way, I’ll be able to offer a relatable moment to anyone who may share my experiences. Three days ago,…