Posts Tagged ‘pilgrimage’

Al-Rihlah: Reviving the Hajj Experience

By Imran Ghani Link to Website: http://alrihlah.org/ Link to LaunchGood: https://www.launchgood.com/projects/project_detail/al-rihlah.html Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1dPP2uDgn0 Our Story Me: Omar, now that you’ve graduated from college and are working now, what do you want to do? Omar: I think it’s time we perform Hajj, bro. But let’s do it a little differently. Me: What do you have […]

Walking the Prophetic Walk for a Pathway to Citizenship

By Shakeel Syed Over the last 30 years, I have worked on many different social justice issues as a central passion in my life. This call to work for social justice is deeply rooted in my faith as a Muslim, and it is this call I have tried to serve since 2005 as the executive […]

A Few Things Every Prospective Hajji Should Know

By Hajja Saira Hajji ['haj-jee] (col.) noun  1. someone who performs the act of Hajj (Pilgrimage). 2. a title given to someone who survived Hajj Introduction Welcome, prospective Hajji, to a unique journey. This journey is an invitation from your Lord to visit His House and engage in one of the most illustrious acts of worship. […]

Hajj: A Golden Dream

By Ishrat Ali A Short Story Once in a small town lived a beautiful Muslimah named Aisha. Her beauty was the imaan (faith) in her heart that completed her character. Her hijab was her crown, her excellent manners her garment; Aisha’s gracefulness and compassion were such that they were like diamonds that shimmered inside of […]

Seven Reasons to Perform Hajj While Young

by Ibn Shaima “The feet of man will not slip on the Day of Resurrection until he is asked of five things: of his life as to how he spent it, his youth as to how he used it, his wealth as to where he got it and how he spent it, and of his knowledge […]