Author Archives: Amadou Jarju


Muslims write their own stories during the past 30 days of Ramadan through their unique commitment and devotion to Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta’alla) and their du’a, as well as the way they relate to each other in kindness.  However, how can Muslims


For a Muslim parent, shouting and yelling can be a very bad example especially as children learn about Islam from watching their parents. The little ones get scared of their parents when they yell at them. This could create a


The issue of obesity in our world today has become very alarming and it’s something many families are struggling with. Parents should do their best in ensuring their children adopt the best health and lifestyles possible. Our beloved prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi


For Muslims, Ramadan is characterized with a heightened sense of devotion throughout the day and night. During Ramadan special evening prayers are conducted during which long portions of the holy Qur’an are recited. These special prayers in the month of


A person who is not able to fast have to either make up for the missed days, or pay fidyah, a religious donation made in Islam when a person cannot fast. This donation can be in the form of food


Children nowadays spend more time on their devices than with their parents. They are mostly engaged in watching cartoons or playing games non-stop. Older kids are always texting friends and checking how many likes they got on their social media,


Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr, at the end of the Month of Ramadan. It is a holiday that marks the end of the Ramadan. Below are 11 things you should know about Eid al-Fitr: #1: It is held


Islam is a religion of truth and moderation with neither exaggeration nor negligence. Islam therefore does not completely prevent hitting of kids nor consider it insignificant in the upbringing of a child. The human soul rather needs this method, especially