Book Launch | God Intervenes Between A Person And Their Heart: Key Lessons From The Prophets

By Fadwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota   About The Book In this video I explore the themes and questions that inspired the writing of the book.  The book was published on May 23, 2020.  Your review and feedback is appreciated.     Review by Publisher Weekly: Blogger Wazwaz offers a collection of devotional reflections drawn from the lives of the prophets of Islam in this enjoyable debut. Based on words from the eighth chapter of the Koran—“know that Allah intervenes between a person and their heart and that to Him you will be gathered”—her meditations are wide-ranging: addressing radicalism and speaking Read More …

Hijab is Not About Oppression or Seduction, It’s About Trust

Hijab, which in its essence means “to conceal,” is usually associated with Muslim women. Although other faith traditions promote modest dress, and Muslim men are also asked to dress modestly, most of the noise around this world is directed at Muslim women.

There are two unhealthy views around women wearing hijab. First, that a woman who wears hijab is always oppressed. Second, that women must wear hijab because they are necessarily seductresses, and men cannot follow their own consciences unless women are covered.

The Prophet Muhammad’s Beautiful Names

Consider the bright morning hours, and the night when it grows still and dark. Thy Sustainer has not forsaken thee, nor does He scorn thee: for, indeed, the life to come will be better for thee than this earlier part [of thy life]! And, indeed, in time will thy Sustainer grant thee [what thy heart desires], and thou shalt be well-pleased.