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Hi there, Today I am writing this blog for advice and help on how I, a 20-year old white girl, can become a 'better' Muslim. I was raised in a white family; none of whom believe in God. Whilst they are usually very understanding, due to the way that media is here, my immediate family are somewhat scared and intimidated by Islam. But I don't want to argue with them, or confront them. I really wish to educate them and let them watch through my own evolution that Islam is not something to fear. I have nobody around me that is Muslim, and I am not really sure where I can find information
Watch this share it is important that all muslims have their basic human rights to practice their religion. http://ctv.news/IAkDkzTN.S. woman claims potential wedding venue violated her religious freedoms A Dartmouth woman claims a local hotel is infringing on her freedom of religion by not offering appropriate food for her wedding reception.
Alhamdulilah, I was granted an opportunity to study in the West (in Canada specifically) and it will be the first time I will be on my own for an extended period. So I have been reading up on the region I will be staying in,especially on how Muslims are treated there and if there is any xenophobia or islamophobia(I will be a visible minority since I wear a hijab and I found myself falling down in the rabbit hole and reading horror stories on violent attacks, murders,assaults and prejudice in the street and in the work environment. This search was not limited to my future area but encompas
So I've come across an article on The Washington Post (through Facebook) and I realised this issue of racism/stereotype didn't only effect Muslims but minority groups in general. I thought it may be worth sharing this article to help brothers and sisters who've faced similar prejudice. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/10/14/a-black-doctor-wanted-to-save-a-mans-life-first-she-had-to-convince-the-flight-attendant-she-was-an-actual-physician/?postshare=7061476578657562&tid=ss_tw Know that you're not alone
People nowadays don't say they want but rather they prefer: Like: -I prefer Hijabi as wife -I prefer my husband wears beard -I prefer basketball(over football) ... So while some of these are harmless there are more harmful ways of saying prefer, like: -I prefer Sayed/a as husband/wife -I prefer white/black over black/white people -I prefer my own culture etc. I mean, come on what does prefer even mean? Like an easier way to hurt people? Just say what you want, directly. Not like: I prefer Hijabi as a wife, but I want Hijabi, no compromise. If you really want that or don't say anything at a
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