“…Mommy I want you to be like her Mom..”

We’ve been being in an-almost-a-whole-month end school year vacation today, but it’s not literally “whole” actually, because we (still) have to attend some meetings in the middle of the “breeze”. And today is the time that we must forget that “breeze” for a while. It’s a typical of our “free” time that there are always … Continue reading “…Mommy I want you to be like her Mom..”

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*An Appeal to My Sisters in Islam: Take the Pictures Down*

Al Muqarraboon

Bismillah walhamdulillah

wasalamu`alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh,

I have been wanting to say this for a long time, and yesterday I had that final push. That thing that happens that makes you wish you said something sooner.

There was an event at my University that was informing the masses about a movement to divest in a country that was oppressing Muslims. To make a long story short, the event became a huge controversy and some people had to wait in line for hours, in the cold, in order to attend. Metal detectors were set up. Protestors from both sides stood holding their signs and shouting their slogans. They were encircled by metal bars, with police officials surrounding them. There were news cameras left and right, and reporters were eager to catch a shot of the people waiting in line to attend.

Being one of the first people on the…

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Reconciling Conflicts between Students with Spiritual Approach

Pre-teens vs Child Have been being around and dealing with kids between the age of 11-12 for almost a year as a 6th-grade teacher, has led me came to know that, they are not less challenging than younger students under the age of 10. Despite the absence of noises, tantrums or common daily drama scenes, … Continue reading Reconciling Conflicts between Students with Spiritual Approach