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My Life: The Freedom of a Muslimah

By: Niqab Lovers (Guest Writer) [dropcaps]B[/dropcaps]eing a Muslim woman, or a Muslimah as is known in Arabic, is a blessing God has gifted me without even

Religious Pluralism, the Key to Peace

[dropcaps]T[/dropcaps]oday’s generation crosses borders and breaks barriers of all kinds. Social identities, nationalities, religious affiliations, personal preferences, education and socioeconomic statuses are no longer static constructs

The Journey of Guru Nanak: Founder of Sikhism

[dropcaps]G[/dropcaps]uru Nanak was a spiritual leader and founder of the religion Sikhism. Born from Khatri Hindu parents in what is known as Punjab, Pakistan, today, Nanak

Painting A New Headline

[dropcaps]I[/dropcaps]n recent years, it is an all too familiar sight to read headlines of Islam associated with words such as violence, terrorism, and oppression. Amidst these

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