Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 7) No humility in ‘me, myself & I

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Amidst a culture which places oneself at the fore, arrogance becomes rife and accountability is thrown out of the window. Personal interest coming before taking responsibility and providing solutions to humanity, creates the problems and... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 6) Who are our allies?

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Todays war against Islam through colonialist foreign policy and punitive domestic measures makes clear as to why Allah (swt) warns us that the hostile Christians, Jews and other disbelievers are not to be taken as... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 4) Islam: a melting pot for humanity

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With the hate, division and blame from nationalism being ever-apparent within Western societies, we can see how the Muslim world has also been affected by such a divisive disease.            ... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections: Juz 3) Hoarding: the disease of the century

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How can a world where 26 individuals hold as much wealth as 3.5 billion people – half of the world’s population – be seen as normal?! Islam forbids interest, hoarding and a system where a... Keep Reading »

Taraweeh Reflections Juz 1) Excuses, Excuses, Excuses!

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Welcome to Taraweeh Reflections – Ramadan Mubarak!

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Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu Ramadan Mubarak! This year, we find ourselves facing a once-in-a-lifetime Ramadan where we are all at home, self-isolating due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The “Ramadan Feeling” has been lost... Keep Reading »