About a decade ago - at the early stage of my union to Queen Rasheedah - I fell ill and was eventually diagnosed of appendicitis. Without ado, perhaps as symptoms were worryingly and scarily manifested, I was recommended for...
As religious as Nigerians are , we are also very wonderful. Even though the outbreak of coronavirus is not the first time Nigeria will experience such a dreadful outbreak. Ebola came, Lasa did, but it is the first time...
Fake news, sensationalism and half-researched reports are challenges facing  our society today. The idea of shaving the beard for protection against the COVID-19 is making rounds on the Social Media, especially in Nigeria. This safety measure attributed to the Centers...
On the Coronavirus being a punishment fkntjejr government's atrocities towards the Muslims issue, I think I have been very apologetic on my opinion on the issue as a respect to people who have a contrary opinion. Unfortunately, this contrary...

HIJAB IN UNITY SCHOOLS BY Aaminah Qasim Oniwarere

  I remember being a new student at the prestigious Federal Government Girls' College, Oyo in the year 2009. Hijab being part of the school uniform was a thing of delight to me. Aside that, we would on Fridays don...
In our world of today, the human race is so mixed that it has become very important to know and understand how to deal with people of different religions and cultures. However, we have, in the records, people who...
Brethren in the Deen, As-salaam 'alaykum warahmatuLlahi wabarakaatuhu, There is this annoying trend ongoing in Ibadan now which I’m sure the story is the same in other South-Western States too. This trend has obviously been going on for a while...
STEADFASTNESS IN THE FACE OF DIFFICULTIES By Aaminah Qasim Oniwarere Islam, as a total way of life, has given detailed guidelines on our day-to-day activities. As Muslims, we are expected to learn, grow and strive to attain perfection by abiding...
So, I stopped this bike man to take me home not knowing that I would have the opportunity for a last minute Da'wah for the year 2019 of the Gregorian Calendar. We passed by a Masjid I avoid as much...
  I first came across the word, "Janus" in Williams Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" "In ancient Roman beliefs, Janus is the god of beginnings, transitions, and endings. He is depicted with two faces, one cheerful and one melancholy, symbolizing the...

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