Posts Tagged ‘Muslema Purmul’

10 Guidelines for Gender Relations in Islam

By Muslema Purmul and Maryam Amirebrahimi Reconstructing Beauty Series: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII A Clarification on Beautifying Gender Relations Within the Community Co-ed Love for the Sake of Allah? Part 1 | Part 2 I was standing next to the grave, supplicating quietly to Allah for the man we […]

Striving for Sincerity

Sheikha Muslema Purmul discusses sincerity, especially as it applies to Islamic work, and how, without sincerity, good actions can lead you in the wrong direction.

In the Shade of Ramadan 2013: Videos [UPDATED]

SuhaibWebb.com will be posting the In the Shade of Ramadan series again this Ramadan. Check out the videos below! What is In the Shade of Ramadan? “In the Shade of Ramadan” is an annual online video series produced by MAS Youth during the month of Ramadan every year. It is a series of educational and motivational reflections […]

Be the Light

This Ramadan, Americans have faced some difficult trials: the shooting in the Aurora theater, the shooting in the Sikh temple, and the burnt down mosque in Missouri. A sister was also hit after taraweeh (extra night prayers) by a car in a hit-and-run as she was walking outside the parking lots around a local masjid; […]

In the Shade of Ramadan 2012: Videos [UPDATED]

SuhaibWebb.com will be posting the In the Shade of Ramadan series again this Ramadan. Check out the videos below! What is In the Shade of Ramadan? Looking for a quick yet inspiring means to help renew your intentions daily before work? MAS Youth National wants to help you boost your spirituality during the holy month […]

Introducing a New Series: Reconstructing Beauty

Reconstructing Beauty Series: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI We live in a time of incredible focus on physical appearances and image.  In our upcoming series Reconstructing Beauty – to be posted every Wednesday for the next five weeks, inshaAllah – some of our best writers here at SuhaibWebb.com will be […]

2011 Year in Review: SuhaibWebb.com

Year in Review: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 2011 was a year of moves to remember from all corners of the world: By the grace of Allah, Pharonic tyrants were forcibly moved off their thrones in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya, readers hearts around the world moved to hold qiyams for the countless citizens risking their lives for freedom daily, and […]

Letting Go

The Amazing Race Series: Part I | Part II | Part III Note: The lessons in this 4-Part Series were inspired by the free 7-Day Trial of the iPersonalEnrichment.com program. While this series focuses mostly on concepts, the program works to internalize them. In The Amazing Race, we started off with the image of three runners: one […]

The Amazing Race

The Amazing Race Series: Part I | Part II | Part III Note: The lessons in this 4-Part Series were inspired by the free 7-Day Trial of the iPersonalEnrichment.com program. While this series focuses mostly on concepts, the program works to internalize them. Part 1: The Amazing Race, The Different Races, The Race to Allah Imagine three […]

30 Reasons to Avoid Being Angry and Argumentative

How difficult is it to practice patience when being provoked? At the same time, how many times have we responded much too sensitively, although we were not the clear target of anyone’s malice? How many hearts have been lost in an effort to win arguments? And yet, as human beings it is natural and even our […]

Part II: 8 Reflections from an American Student in Cairo

Part I | Part II 5. Speaking a word of truth to a tyrant under the threat of death can be easier to accept than the daily struggle of working for this deen. I hope this statement is in no way misunderstood as belittling the struggle that is going on in Egypt. Just as Musa […]

Part I: 8 Reflections from an American Student in Cairo

Part I | Part II Wednesday, February 3, 2011 I write this message on the first day of being back in America having traveled from Cairo. It was with an incredibly heavy heart that I had to leave. When the protests started and the situation was uncertain, my husband and I had to make a […]

Mariam’s Character: A Commitment to Modesty

What Would Mariam Do? Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV It can be argued that no era of history has witnessed the widespread exposure to illicit images and lewd behavior on a global scale as the current times we live in. From the easy access of internet to the effects of […]

A Time for Healing

The rest of the “In the Shade of Ramadan 2010″ Videos are available here.

Towards a Relevant and Empowering Understanding of Islam

On June 28, 2010 readers were encouraged to comment on how to apply the advice of the following translated piece from the writings of Jamaal al-Din al-Afghani: “He, The Most High, showed us through His clear verses that nations He has honored do not perish or fall from greatness. Their names are also not erased […]

Introducing: Summer Nights 2010 (Register Here!)

Official Summer Nights Website We present to you a summer full of nightly lectures to rejuvenate your faith and gain knowledge of your religion. These will be FREE of charge, and will be conducted through webinars (online or by calling in). Our teachers and volunteers have worked very hard to organize this for you, so […]