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muzmatch's List Of The Top 10 Influential Muslims of 2020

2020 was a tough year, but it was a year to reflect, to strengthen ourselves, and a year to inspire others. It has also been a year where Muslims have been making history. In fact, five Muslims have made

Do Muslims Celebrate Christmas?

Christmas is one of those topics that Muslims all around the world can have very different opinions on. Some Muslims in the community go all in and embrace the Christmas vibes from putting up a tree to

This Thanksgiving, We Muslims Are Thankful For 2020 (No, We Haven’t Lost Our Minds!)

Ok, it is undeniable that 2020 hasn’t been a great year. You may be reading the title and thinking who on Earth could be thankful for 2020?! But there are always things to be thankful for, even if you

Love Destroyed By Racist Parents

It is honestly so upsetting to hear that there is still such an intolerance towards interracial marriages within the Muslim community. We always try to challenge these views by using interracial couples

Black & Muslim

By Nailah Dean Sometimes it only takes a single moment to get us to question everything: who we are, where we come from, and where we are going. Usually those moments come in the form of life changing

International Day of Peace: What is the point?

Today marks the International Day of Peace; created by the United Nations (UN) for “commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples.” It’s a lovely idea

International Cat Day and Islam

It’s International Cat Day!! Yes, there really is a day to celebrate everything and anything lol. But we should take this opportunity to ruminate over how our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) loved cats

7 Must Share Memes to Make Your Eid!

Eid Mubarak to all our amazing brothers and sisters 🎉  We hope you all have a lovely day Inshallah. May Allah bless us, keep us in the best of health, and answer all our prayers ❤️️ This Eid feels

The Anti-Black racism when it comes to Muslim Marriage

Let's not beat around the bush - as a British Muslim of Pakistani origin, I know first hand that both Asians and Arabs can be incredibly racist towards their own kind, however unashamedly more so towards

Struggling with self-isolation? The Muslim Youth Helpline can help

Guest post by Sara Wazifdar, Trustee, Muslim Youth Helpline For hundreds and thousands of centuries, face to face interactions and human touch have allowed us to connect, develop deep and meaningful relationships

Why Does God Describe Husbands & Wives As Garments?

We've all either recited or at least heard the famous verse in Surah al-Baqarah: "They (women) are garments for you (men) and you are garments for them." [2:187] What is peculiar about this verse is why

The Story of Lady Aisha: A Woman of Great Knowledge and Great Faith

The contributions of Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad and the daughter of Abu Bakr, cannot be exhausted. ‘Aisha’s entire life was spent pursuing, preserving and bestowing knowledge. She held in her

The Power of Sisterhood | #SayItSis

When it comes to acknowledging each other’s differences and fighting for equality, community plays an integral role in working towards a better world for everyone. Sisterhood is one that is widely acknowledged

Giving Back Voices to Forgotten Women | #SayItSis

In honour of this year’s International Women’s Day theme, #eachforequal, muzmatch are exploring the significance of gender equality in the Muslim community today. Our charity partner for IWD 2020 is Forgotten

10 Muslim Jokes About Valentine's Day

It’s that controversial time of year again (no, not what day fasting starts) but Valentine’s Day! Here’s a roundup of the Muslim internet’s humorous, though cautionary, views on V-Day. 1. It’s a stress-free

Tawakkul and the art of dating yourself: 7 ways to make the most of being single

"My alone feels so good, I'll only have you if you're sweeter than my solitude." ― Warsan Shire Amid the hustle and bustle of modern life, in between demanding jobs and family duties, creating quiet time

What I've Learned From Halal Dating As A Divorcee

Written by Nailah Patten From a respected family, never been married and have no kids. SWIPE LEFT!

Debunking Desi Myths: It's never too late to get married

A series where we tackle the many myths that permeate within Muslim dominant cultures (mostly South Asian ones, but it's definitely not exclusive to this region). The thoughts and views in each article

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