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Are we meme-ing too much? How images became a key communication tool

From Pepe the frog to the the Suez Canal, memes have developed over the past decade to become an integral part of our daily conversations. You probably use them as a conversation starter, a sarcastic...

How Henna has made its mark on traditions across South Asia and the Arab world

The dye, which is cultivated from the Henna tree and other plants, made its mark on the region through its various uses. For centuries, Henna has been cultivated throughout the Middle East, North Africa, South...

Why do Muslims celebrate two Eids and what’s the difference?

Muslims around the world will celebrate Eid Al Adha on July 19th this year. Every year, Muslims celebrate two Eids, marking the most important holidays in Islam. While Muslim children wait all year to celebrate...

Vegan Muslim: How to navigate family gatherings on Eid Al Adha

Meat and dairy are included in almost every cuisine, making it hard for some Muslim vegans to discover alternatives, especially on occasions like Eid. Being a vegan can be quite a challenge when there are...

Want to spread joy this Eid? Here’s where you can donate to help those in need

The much-awaited Islamic festival is a time of mass prayers, grand feasts, and, most importantly, sharing joy with those in need.  As many of us get ready to celebrate the joyful days of Eid al-Adha...

‘Unusual’ Eid plans that will make your holiday a little more exciting

After months of restrictions and lockdowns, it is time to break free from traditional routine Eid plans and try new things.  Eid Al Adha is around the corner but with months of disrupted routines, many...
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