Iqama Magazine Update: October 2019

It is October and we are quickly approaching the 1 year anniversary of the official launch of Iqama Magazine. We are very thankful for the ongoing support of our readers, listeners, bloggers, and podcast guests. As a way to celebrate and to refresh our intentions, we are proud to announce the following changes that we […]

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The Islamic Communication Network and Sojourner TV

Click here to listen to our interview with Waliyyuddin Abdullah, the founder and producer of the Islamic Communication Network and Sojourner TV.       Islamic representation in the world of television and cable can be hard to find. Often the values, traits, and traditions associated with Islam clash with what many think is attractive to the […]

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Reclaiming My Name, The Story of Mohamed Hammoud

This is Mohammed’s story:
I am first and foremost a Muslim and it defines how I see the world. But I am also a father, a husband, a son, brother and friend and all these personas help me relate to others and connect with them as they need me. I speak regularly at conferences and gatherings on the topics of Islamic identity, interfaith and authentic leadership, one that believes in leading from the heart through the lens of diversity. I have also spoken at TEDx…

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Muslim American Journalist, Malak Silmi

Malak Silmi is a journalist at Wayne State University currently working as a community relations intern at the Wayne County Treasurer’s Office and contributing to her campus newspaper, The South End. In the past, she contributed to The Mirror News, the Detroit Metro Times, and has freelanced for the Detroit Free Press. She is an […]

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An Introduction To The 40 Hadiths Of An-Nawawi

Who is An-Nawawi? He is a scholar. His full name is Imam Muhyi al-Din Abu Zakariya Yahya bin Sharaf An-Nawawi. He was born in Nawa, a village near Damascus in 631 A.H. (1233 A.D.) and at the age of 19 went to Damascus to study under the guidance of countless scholars before he passed away in 676 […]

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