Malak Silmi is a journalist at Wayne State University currently working as a community relations intern at the Wayne County … Continue Reading Muslim American Journalist, Malak Silmi
To understand the Hijri calendar…we have to go back to the days of the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh). In 622 Common Era (CE) the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) emigrated from Mecca to Medina (which was called Yathrib at the time). This was the point in time that was designated as the start of the Islamic Hijri calendar.
In an effort to explore the intricacies of the Muslim American Identity, we interviewed William Antoun Salame, the Outreach Director for … Continue Reading Unapologetically Muslim: Islam, Leadership, and Service
Known by many as the Masjid on God Row, the sister to the ground zero masjid, and one of the facilities that spearheaded the development of the unique Muslim cemetery in New Jersey, the Assafa Masjid offers the Muslims of Manhattan a wide array of services. Mufty Luthfer Rahman Qasimy helps us get a better understanding of the history of this 6-story Islamic center and the community relationships that it has helped to develop.
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Muhammed (peace be upon him) was the final prophet and in better understanding his life, habits, and characteristics we can … Continue Reading Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)
The Sahabah (may god be pleased with them) were the companions of the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). Who … Continue Reading Sahabah
What better way to learn history than by means of fun interactive game cards that can be collected with each … Continue Reading Islamic History & Trivia
There are 25 Prophets (may Allah be pleased with them) mentioned in the Quran and Iqama Magazine is dedicated to … Continue Reading Prophets of Islam