Watch Yourself, An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Farjana Khan

Dr. Farjana Khan is the Founder/President of A.K.K.I Inc. a non-profit organization that helps domestic violence victims, victims of In-Law Abuse (emotional and physical), victims of sexual abuse by family members, and victims of family drug abuse. She has been a part of many TV/Radio talk show appearances, addressing everything from Islamophobia and Education, to Muslim Family Therapy and Life Coaching. Continue reading Watch Yourself, An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Farjana Khan

Grace in Islam

Have you taken a moment to think about the concept of grace in Islam? Do you know where this verse is from? Does the concept of grace resonate with you as something that your heart and soul yearn for? In this verse the arabic word (فضل) is used to describe Allahs grace. We learn that … Continue reading Grace in Islam

Eid Al-Adha

Eid al-Adha is known by many names worldwide. It is called Eid al-Kabīr (or the greater Eid), or Eid al-Baqarah (Eid of cows) by many in the Arabic speaking world. It is referred to as the Festival of the Sacrifice in English, Opferfest in German, and Kurban Bayramı in Turkish. Continue reading Eid Al-Adha

Featured Prophet: Ibrahim

He is considered the Father of Monotheism because he is the earliest prophet, aside from Adam (as), which Muslims, Christians, and Jews agree upon. The lineage of most of the prophets and their people can be traced through Ibrahim’s (as) 2 sons, Ishaaq (as) or Isaac and Ismael (as) or Ishmael. Ishaaq (as) was the father of Yaqoob (as), also known as Jacob or Israel. Yaqoob (as) had 12 sons, which are known as Bani Israel, or the 12 tribes of Israel. Continue reading Featured Prophet: Ibrahim