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Young Entrepreneurs Muslim Business Competition

AML Management is proud to present the first annual muslim business competition. Open to college students and young professionals, we are seeking talented and passionate individuals with creative business ideas and a passion for entrepreneurship. If you’ve got the drive, this is your chance to bring your business plan to life. You can win one […]

Saturday: Prayers for the Oppressed recently made a call for a Global Evening of Qiyam for Egypt and then for Libya. With pledges from America, England, Malaysia, Mecca, Egypt, and Canada, alhamdulillah our readers responded! May Allah accept all of our prayers and efforts, and may they continue for all the countries in the region facing similar struggles, some even more dangerous.   To every […]

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Global Call: Qiyam for Libya & the Oppressed

Assalamu `alaykum, Just ten days ago, we saw Hosni Mubarak step down from as president of Egypt. A few weeks before that, Tunisian president Ben Ali fled his country in the face of burgeoning protests by his people. Today, these popular movements have spilled over into Libya, Bahrain, Yemen and Algeria. While these events fill […]

Global Evening of Qiyam for Egypt is calling for a Global Evening of Qiyam1 this Saturday February 12, 2011. We ask everyone who visits this blog, no matter where you are, to organize a local qiyam program to pray for the people of Egypt. National Muslim organizations, MSAs and regional coalitions, masajid, youth groups, families – even groups of neighbors! […]

Prayers for Egypt + Update!

As massive protests unfold throughout the Middle East, all eyes are on Egypt, which has gone into it’s fifth day of uprising against the Mubarak-led government. Some of the team is currently in Cairo. One of them shared the following account: “There is a curfew in effect since 4pm on Saturday, and most people are very […]

Launching: Islam & the Internet Series!

Islam and the Internet Series: Intro | Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IV To our Readers, 2010 was marked by dramatic changes brought on by the internet. It was hailed ‘The Year of Facebook’, with its founder Mark Zuckerberg named Time […]

Call for Submissions: Black History Month

February has been designated Black History month in the United States. In this country, the Muslim community has had a tremendous history of African-American leaders and those enslaved, thinkers and entertainers, scholars and activists. This new year brings with it opportunities for growth and renewal, as well as mounting challenges of Islamophobia and bigotry. As the Spanish philosopher George […]

2010 Year in Review:

Year in Review: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 The new year provides another great reminder to take the time to reflect on the past – for it has been a year of many changes! We saw the hosting of a virtual town hall, chose a new logo designed by you, the readers, and launched […]

Du`a’ Request

إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ Inna lilLahi wa inna ilayhi raji`oon. “Truly! To Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return.” [Qur’an, 2:156] Ustadh Andrew Booso’s mother passed away yesterday. We ask Allah (exalted is He) to make her steadfast in answering the questions posed in the grave, to make her grave a […]

Thank You to Our Previous Staff Members

Welcome to the new! As we transition to our new website, we wanted to take this moment to thank all of those who previously worked with the site and helped in its evolution. May Allah bless them and accept all of their future endeavors. Administrator & Webmaster Zubair Khan Authors Aysha Khanom Sumayah Hassan Mustafa […]

Widening the Path: Seeking God in the 21st Century

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Article Reposting Policy

Dear Readers, We have recently noticed an increase in the number of websites that re-post articles from this blog, either by providing links, pasting the articles directly into their website, or sharing through written publications. We are truly humbled by the fact that our readers find our material worthy of being posted on their own respective websites […]

Brass Crescent Awards 2010

The Brass Crescent Awards 2010 were announced recently. was nominated for Best Blog and Best Series of Posts; Imam Suhaib was nominated for Best Tweeter. Through the mercy of Allah, we received an Honorable Mention for Best Blog and Sr. Jinan Bistaki’s “How to Taste the Sweetness of Prayer” series was voted Best Series of […]

`Eid Mubarak!

The Sunnah of `Eid All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. May you have a happy and blessed `Eid! `Eid, in Islam, is a day of joy, thanksgiving, worship, brotherhood, solidarity, and morality. A Muslim should take the advantage of this day to bring himself nearer to […]

Traveling with Jihad

When viewed through the lens of a shared history, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam provide differing perspectives on similar themes. Join Jihad Turk as he leads Charles Annenberg Weingarten through the common threads that tie the western faiths with that of Islam. explore is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted […]

Brass Crescent Awards 2010

The Brass Crescent Awards are back! What’s that? The BCAs were started in 2004 with the purpose of promoting the best writing of the Muslim web and exposing them to a greater number of readers. They are awarded annually based on the Islamic calendar. Nominations begin after Ramadan, with a panel of judges narrowing the […]

Confronting Islam: Shari’ah, the Constitution and American Muslims

Confronting Islam: Shari’ah, the Constitution and American Muslims University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class Fall Symposium University of Maryland School of Law 500 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore, MD 21201 Friday, November 5th, 2010 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Reviving the Islamic Spirit US 2010

“Reviving the Islamic Spirit” convention is an attempt by the youth to help overcome new challenges of communication and integration. The convention aims to promote stronger ties within the North American Society through reviving the Islamic tradition of education, tolerance and introspection, and across cultural lines through points of commonality and respect. Furthermore, the convention […]