Ummah Tag Archive

An Anachronism of Sorts

Faeza Ashraf
Mar 5 · 6 min read

At first, I simply thought I didn’t matter. Not necessarily because my voice, being so soft, was ignored or spoken over whenever it...

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Gold-Rimmed Glasses

Ruqaiyya
Jul 11, 2012 · 4 min read

It was a summer of introductions and new concepts. My first summer in Pakistan. Everyone was talking about the heat and how uncomfortably...

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The Extra Mile

Arif Kabir
Apr 4, 2010 · 6 min read

Ever wondered what was the difference between an ordinary person and an extraordinary person? It’s just that one remained ordinary,...

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Dare to be Different!

Abd Al-Baasit Khan
Jan 3, 2010 · 5 min read

‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Abbas said that the Prophet Muhammad said: “Whoever sticks to my Sunnah (my way, my path, my practice, my...

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The Ummah Timer

Arif Kabir
Nov 21, 2009 · 3 min read

Just a few days ago, Algeria and Egypt had a neck-to-neck competition to see who would qualify for the 2010 World Cup. Players were stoned,...

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Share The Love!

Arif Kabir
Nov 18, 2009 · 3 min read

It is interesting that we mainly tend to venerate somebody only after that person has passed away. That is when the tears stream down, the...

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Ramadan and the 3 Groups of Youth

MYM Guests
MYM Guests
Sep 8, 2009 · 8 min read

By Norhassan Curo – A guest post from the Philippines “We relate to thee their story in truth: they were youths who believed in...

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