“The iftar was massive, we ate in the garden, under the sky, and there was so much food. We also had people coming to perform, and we had fireworks at some point in the night.” — Seven Nigerians on their favourite Iftar memories.
Ramadan is usually a reverred period for Muslim faithfuls to spend time reflecting, praying fervently and reconnecting with family. As is customary, Ramadan also serves as the Month Of Good for Muslims all around the world. Everyone is expected to add their quota of goodness to an otherwise bleak world. During this period, leading tea […]
Ramadan is a special time for Muslims dedicated to fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. What then does this time mean for some Nigerian women? Bola, 17 Every Muslim no matter their spiritual strength works hard in Ramadan, the vibe is just different. Even though I’m not the strongest spiritually on a regular day, Ramadan makes […]
7 Nigerian Muslims share their difficulties and triumphs.
“How do I even calculate this Zakat?” If this sounds like you, you are in a safe space among friends. Welcome. First, the basics. Zakat is one of the pillars of Islam. It simply means you donate a percentage of your yearly income to those in need. No long stories. There are many spiritual benefits […]
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Charitable giving is one of the five pillars of Islam, and in the month of Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to share some of the blessings they have received with people who are less fortunate. However, the practice of giving charitably to those in need should not be exclusive to just the season of Ramadan or […]
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