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The Weekly Photo Challenge : Angular

“Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart.” – Mahatma Gandhi… 47 more words


Why Bilal cried ‘Ahadun Ahad’

An African slave, beaten by his masters, bullied by town ruffians and ridiculed by everyone else; this is Bilal (radhi Allahu anhu). And we all know Bilal, don’t we? 582 more words


Islamic Political History [Part 1]

I was asked a long time ago to write an article on how different sects emerged in Islam. I wrote a lot and then erased it, at times I felt like the write up wasn`t good enough at others my mentors turned it down. 2,514 more words

Guest Posts

Hajj Journey

Copyright ©Arjuwan Lakkdawala 2014

By Arjuwan Lakkdawala

Hajj  is  an  annual  pilgrimage  to  Makkah.

All  adult  Muslims  are  required  to  make  the  journey  at  least  once  in  their  lifetime,  as  long  as  they  are  healthy  enough  to  make  it,  can  afford  it,  and  can  support  their  families  in  their  absence. 493 more words


What is Common Mistakes during perform Umrah and Hajj?

In Aqidah (the Muslim’s Belief)
Many Pilgrims when they travel to Medina they pray to the graves. They make Du’a to the prophet of Allah (peace be upon him). 1,848 more words


Umrah, History and a World in one tent

Our Umrah…

For so many people hajj is something that they save up for most of their life and after many years they are able to go. 1,423 more words


Weekly Snap!

My first weekly snap after coming back from Saudi Arabia is this picture I took when in Medina. This city is known to be the second most holiest city in Islam after Makkah. 79 more words