Category Archives: History

Dhul-Hijjah 1443 Book Club Recap

Assalamu aleikum, You can read the full post here: . Updates on last month’s bookclub and reviews: It’s also time for the book awards. Cast your votes here. Thank you for reading. Masalam,

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The Keir Collection: The First Islamic Art Collection at the Dallas Museum of Art

DALLAS — It has been a little over a year since the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) of Texas received the third largest collection of Islamic Art of North America on an extended loan. It is said to be one of … Continue reading

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The African Qurʾān: Ramadan Remedies for Racial and Religious Intolerance

Assalmu aleikum, if you’re privileged. May the Quran open your eyes and face the reality.Ameen! Sapelo Square | Sapelo Square by Dr. Rudolph B. Ware —“We tell you the best tales in what We have revealed to you of this … Continue reading

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1001 Inventions & Awesome Facts From Muslim Civilization

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Author: National Geographic Chief Editor : Professor Salim Al-Hassani Publisher : National Geographic Children’s Books Summary: We often think that people from a thousand years ago were living in the Dark Ages. But from…

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Martin Luther King Day: A Timeless Dream To Keep Alive

Assalamu aleikum, 🙂 Read on MVSLIM insha’Allah here.

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In Honor of Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, meet Mrs. Karimah Grayson. She is “… a Muslim American author. Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Karimah resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The love of water and the beautiful blue skies keeps her loving the Sunshine … Continue reading

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Family Tree: From Adam (AS) to Prophet Muhammad (SA)

Originally posted on Majestic Islam:
The below chart illustrates the lineage of the Prophets from Adam (AS) to Prophet Muhammad (SA) ‘rahmat al il alamin. This chart is not created on my own, it is the same chart which is…

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The Written vs.NOT Written Stuff: ISIS Distorting Islam For Sexual Violence On Women

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II, Written by Saadia Haq of The Human Lens. In just a year, ISIS or Daesh group rose from being an unknown terror group to challenging world security, in particular women’s rights. While much…

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The Ducktrinors Book giveaway start in 4 days!

Don’t miss it! Jzk! P.Feauxzar

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‘The Ducktrinors’ my first YA (Young Adult) Boook is out! :)

Assalamu aleikum bloggers, My life keeps getting hectic, lol! This is a bit of an interfaith young adult novel. Please support the work. Jzk! Review “Finally! Papatia Feauxzar has tapped her distinct noveling style into a fast-paced, futuristic novel with … Continue reading

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Hate From Our Ummah Towards Others

“O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise (each other)…” (Quran 49:13) Assalamu Aleikum dear … Continue reading

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Protected: Hanifa (Part 1)

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Türkiye Trip November 2013

Assalamu Aleikum dear bloggers, 🙂 How do I describe this 2-week trip for starters? It was amazing, insightful, and refreshing masha’Allah! We visited Istanbul with its thousand plus years history and breathtaking environment. You probably know that Aya Sofia (Saint Sofia) depicted above, used to … Continue reading

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