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Mar27

Join the Quest for Success!

By: MuslimVillage Source: Q4S via MuslimVillage The United Muslims of Australia (UMA) kindly invites the Muslim and broader communities to join them on a spiritual journey of seeking success in this life and the hereafter with the launch of their second Quest for Success Conference, to be held on Sunday May 7th 2017 at the well renowned Sydney Showground Olympic Park- Halls 3 & 4, from 9.30am-8pm. The Quest for Success Conference serves to inspire positive change through a friendly Islamic environment, showcasing halal entertainment, providing dawah, and most importantly uniting the community under the banner of Islam. The event will feature inspirational international speakers such...

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Feb26

35 gifts for Muslim women

By: Wael Abdelgawad Source: Zawaj.com Can’t decide what to get your wife for Eid, or your anniversary, or her birthday? Why is gift-giving so hard for men? Maybe it’s a part of the mystery that women represent to us. We don’t always understand how they think, or what moves them. When it comes to gift-giving, at least, here’s a big hint for you: listen. Are you waiting for the hint? No, that was the hint. Listen. Women will tell you what they want, if you pay attention. Next time you’re passing a shop window and she says, “Oh, look at those shoes, those are lovely,” make a note of it. Next time you’re watching a travel show and she says,...

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Oct25

US: First ever major Quran exhibition in Washington DC

By: AP Source: AP via Chicago Sun Times WASHINGTON (AP) — Books come in all sizes, but one 15th century Quran was so enormous, it’s said that a wheelbarrow was needed to carry it. Two consecutive pages of this Quran will be on display during the show “The Art of the Qur’an: Treasures from the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts,” which opened Saturday at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. The sprawling pages, each measuring 5 feet by 7 feet, have rows of calligraphy standing 8 to 9 inches high. They date from about 1400, and have been on long-term loan with the Smithsonian museum. The passage on display is from a chapter explaining that “signs of God and evidence of His goodness are all...

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