Earn the Reward of A 1000 Months

We all know Allah rewards us for giving in charity. Now, imagine the amount of reward Allah would give to one who gave sadaqa continuously for 1000 months. You can have that reward if you give on the night of Laylatul Qadr! We can help you ensure you make that...

Ramadan at Home: On Mortality, A Sobering Reality

RasulAllah (alayhi salatu wassalam) has told us to reflect often on death. In a time of so much illness, frailty, and death, it’s never been more important or timely to recognize our own mortality. As I take advantage of this Ramadan InshaAllah, I focus my thinking on...

Ramadan at Home: On the Opportunity in the Hardship

Introduction About 4 years ago, I spent my first Ramadan away from my home, my family, and everything familiar for the first time in my life as I studied abroad the Summer between my Sophomore and Junior years in undergrad. Check out my reflections on that experience...

Something Better than Laylat al-Qadr

Khaled Hanafi, member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars Original article in Arabic (translated with minor adaptations by Maha Ezzeddine) Muslims across the globe are busy this week seeking out the Night of Glory (Laylat al-Qadr), hoping to win its...

Ramadan at Home: On Intensity and Transformation

I remember reading blog posts written by Tarbiya and Ilm Camp attendees a few years ago; they describe the Camp as hard, intense, uncomfortable, and one of the most powerful experiences of their lives. One particular reflection stood out to me; I encourage...

Ramadan at Home: On Reflecting on the Quran

Ramadan is the month of the Quran and every single mentor, teacher, or spiritual worker has encouraged us at some point to spend this month in the company of Allah’s Book. Yet, like many, I have struggled to connect with the Quran at some points in my life, but...