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Henna: An Ode To Islamic Tradition

The art of henna, or mehndi, has been a widely practiced Islamic tradition in parts of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East for over 5,000 years. While we are accustomed to see henna designs on brides, it actually has great Islamic significance. Additionally, both men and women can use henna because of its health…

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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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Has Celebrating Christmas Become Secular?

Break out the hot cocoa, and the fairy lights, peeps, because we are going FULL-ON this festive season! There is nothing the #MuslimGirlClique loves more than to breathe-in the magical ambiance that inevitably accompanies the winter season, even though the observance of these traditions is always accompanied by a certain degree of ambivalence and uncertainty…

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