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5 Duas to Teach Children in the Last 10 Nights

The last ten nights of Ramadan are the most blessed, with one of odd nights being Laylat-ul-Qadr. That means we should try to step up our worship each of these last few nights. These nights...

Food for thought this Ramadan (for your kids)

Iftaar=Futoor, Sehri=Suhoor. Call it what you like, it’s food for all. Eating, or, specific to the month of Ramadan, the breaking of the fast, is universal. Food is an important theme of this Holy month....

3 Habits you NEED to adopt over Ramadan

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle Ramadan is to Muslims what New Years is to non-Muslims; we create resolutions to improve ourselves. However, unlike...

Teach your kids about BlackLivesMatter. Now.

While Muslims were celebrating the final days of Ramadan and Eid, two unarmed black men – Philando Castile and Alton Sterling – were shot and killed by police officers in separate events in Minneapolis and...

3 Simple Ways to Open Dialogue with Kids

Life is busy and most of the time many of us feel like we are holding on to too many ropes to manage. The world we live in is one that requires us to...