The Seating Plan Crisis

[This is not a post on gender relations in Islam but rather a dialogue on recent events] Recently there has emerged a group of campaigners who analogise voluntary gender segregation at some UK… Continue reading

A Light Gone Out

Qader Mulla, a 65 year old man who has had false allegations of war crimes thrown against him was executed today only hours ago. Choosing to ignore the UN Human Rights Commission’s urges… Continue reading

Keep Going

Sīdī Aḥmad Zarrūq writes:  Know that repentance is key, mindfulness of Allah is vast, and uprightness is the source of rectification. Meanwhile, a servant is never free of blunders, shortcomings or lassitude. Therefore,… Continue reading

Together

[thinking aloud post] For some reason it is in our human nature to ‘live off’ others around us. Sometimes people feel the need to retreat away from civilisation or to take a break… Continue reading

It’s Not A Small World

Since I can remember I have always gotten an inexplicable feeling everytime I travelled. I remember when I was younger how I would get a rush of excitement way long before even flights… Continue reading

Follow The Leader.

Lessons to be learnt from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) are many and it is exceptional how events in his life have been calculated in order to set a universal example… Continue reading

Human Toolbox

One of the most difficult things to do is to master one’s emotions, yet a very important feat to achieve. Inevitably they come and at times they can cripple us as we decide… Continue reading

Losers Rule

For many, our lives equate to a string of games where we either win or lose. Whether it’s winning a basketball game at school, being the most popular girl in college, being ranked… Continue reading

Prophetic Timeline

Just wanted to share an amazing website I came across, a super-cool initiative that iA would be great to see across schools! http://www.prophetictimeline.com “Countless biographies of the Prophet Muhammad, who according to Muslims… Continue reading

Madness

“The worst kind of loneliness in the world is the isolation that comes from being misunderstood. It can make people lose their grasp on reality.”