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1: Myself to the Qur’an

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1: Myself to the Qur’an

Dear Book of Allah, sent down specifically for my guidance and for the guidance of humanity; dear Words of my Lord: I weep for my negligence towards you, for my long absence from reciting your ayahs and flipping through your pages, for my distance from poring over your meanings, powerful and moving, soothing and comforting, full of knowledge and wisdom.

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At the Gates of Ramadan

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At the Gates of Ramadan

Ramadan has returned, bringing with it memories of iman-filled days, nights of prayer, hunger for the sake of Allah, charity in abundance, hearts alive and buzzing with the recitation of the Qur’an. Although IGIC is a blog dedicated to hijab and the stories of our sisters — and we hope to always remain true to this goal — we’ve decided to do things a little differently for Ramadan this year. We’re taking a break from our regular posting on hijab stories for this month.

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Want Some More?

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The Most Merciful

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Sisterhood?

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Sisterhood?

Sometimes it occurs at a high school or college campus; other times it happens at the Masjid or some MSA event. The segregation between sisters and brothers may or may not be enforced, but you are bound to see similar heads grouped together like small islands separated at a distance…

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