Experiences

This category is comprised of blog-style articles allowing Muslim youth to express themselves, their thoughts on life, their experiences, their struggles, their hardships, their daily activities, and to shed some light on what being a Muslim youth in today’s day and age really means.

‘When you want something, however impossible it may seem, just raise your hands and ask for it. Tell yourself…’I don’t know how or when it will happen, but I just […] 0

Husn Adh-dhan – Thinking positive of Allah

Posted April 27, 2014

‘When you want something, however impossible it may seem, just raise your hands and ask for it. Tell yourself…’I don’t know how or when it will happen, but I just […]

Sabr literally means to have patience, whereas tawakul is usually defined as having full faith in Allah, or relying completely on Allah. As can be understood from the definitions both […] 0

Sabr and Tawakul

Posted April 1, 2014

Sabr literally means to have patience, whereas tawakul is usually defined as having full faith in Allah, or relying completely on Allah. As can be understood from the definitions both […]

  It’s Ramadan and Aunt Flo has arrived, and she plans on staying for a few days. You end up bummed out, knowing you’ll have to make all those days […] 0

Girl Talk: 5 tips on how to be productive during ‘that time of the month’ in Ramadan

Posted July 10, 2013

  It’s Ramadan and Aunt Flo has arrived, and she plans on staying for a few days. You end up bummed out, knowing you’ll have to make all those days […]

I’ve lived in Canada my whole life and I can honestly say there’s no place in the world I’d rather be. Many say it’s too cold – not for me! […] 0

A Canadian Muslim’s Perspective on Religion in Daily Life

Posted April 8, 2013

I’ve lived in Canada my whole life and I can honestly say there’s no place in the world I’d rather be. Many say it’s too cold – not for me! […]

I made my decision to become a Hijabi in the 11th grade. I realized that life was unguaranteed, and I did not want to die before fulfilling the commandment from […] 2

Why I chose Hijab

Posted April 2, 2013

I made my decision to become a Hijabi in the 11th grade. I realized that life was unguaranteed, and I did not want to die before fulfilling the commandment from […]