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Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"I'm Monica Ricks in New York. President Biden says his administration is working with Palestinians and Israelis towards peace, saying they both deserve to live in safety and security. My administration is going to continue engage Palestinians and Israelis and other regional partners. Work towards sustained. Com. The president, speaking in a pre taped video message to celebrate the Muslim holiday of he'd nearly 200 Palestinians and 10 Israelis have died in airstrikes. In the last 24 Hours. In Chicago,.

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For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases

"For Muslims in America the eat holiday comes as the pandemic eases the holiday marks the end of the sacred month of Ramadan when Muslims abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset traditionally people gather for prayers visit family and friends and huddled together around festive meals but for those in America even as the observe iris precautions this year's eve comes as the pandemic eases its grip on the country it's a contrast with many other countries who are celebrating the holiday in a subdued mood for a second year under pandemic restrictions I Walter Ratliff

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Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

02:39 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Political Analytical

"At the time she jumped on on the muslim girl right and they attack this shit out of it until they attack the hell out of me and so all went offline. And i started talking. Fact knows shit. I was called a racist bigot. A white rain white right wing extremists. I was called all kind of shit man and just kept on going with these guys. You know and then finally economy. It calmed down. I calm the whole thing down. Talk to these guys. In a guy named darren nugget use his last name but he gave me permission to use his first name in the conversation and told him i said look. If i'm wrong i'll i'll amanda left admit that i'm wrong but i'll go back and review the video with the sound up and this net. Because they were saying that the The teacher was holleran. You know the whole time from the beginning. But that when the case so i went back and checked it out the sound up and Darren says so. I ask questions said look man i said you know. I want to ask you a few questions I'm involved in in a podcast in. I'd like to get your input on some things and The first question asked was. Do you think race issues have been elevated by the media or exposed for what it is the reason i ask because of the political podcast. We talk about these things. I'm being completely non biased in asking and he came back his answer. This is a liberal by the way he says both one hundred percent. Msm garbage minorities of hard to be Unnecessary target sue. All minorities want our fairness and accountability. No matter the race we've all seen and heard various situations where the outcome would be different depending on race. It's weird that the constitution has protections based on race protections in quotes based on race religion. Sexual orientation yet. There are unspoken systems that use the same things that exploit or given proper treatments of people. Gordon's gonna jump in. He's raised his hand. Gordon okay so the my very first question where number one. Where does it say in the constitution that you're allowed to bear. You have the right to bear arms unless you are exactly where does in fact we're in the entire constitution does say unless you are it. Does it number two eddie. You're a police officer. Correct me if i'm wrong. You pulling over and i jump out of my car yelling and screaming and hollering at you and i reach into my car. Like i'm gonna grab a gun and.

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Israel Says an Islamic Jihad Commander Assassinated in Gaza

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Israel Says an Islamic Jihad Commander Assassinated in Gaza

"Israel says it's assassinated a senior commander of the Islamic Jihad militant group in Gaza the ministry says the militant was the head of the Islamic Jihad rockets unit and identified him as some media hello mom look adding that other senior militants in your organization will also killed in the same strike Islamic Jihad who's also confirmed the three killed at an apartment in Gaza city with senior members of its armed wing the militant group is vowing retaliation in a separate development the gathering of Muslim nations has condemned Israel for the outbreak of violence as the L. acts the most compound in Jerusalem one of the holiest sites in Islam I'm Charles the last month

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Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

01:34 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:45 min | 5 d ago

Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

"Yesterday. In the worst outbreak violence in years the palestinian militant group hamas fired more than two hundred rockets towards jerusalem before israel responded with airstrikes on gaza health officials. There say twenty four people including nine children were killed prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said israel does not seek escalation but whoever chooses to escalate will feel the weight of arm. I moved on holy among the conflict. Follow the annual jerusalem. Day march by jewish nationalist which commemorates israel's catch of east jerusalem in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven stadiums see as a provocation. The atmosphere. this year was worse than normal. After a weekend of protests in which nearly three hundred palestinians and more than a dozen israeli police officers were injured. Thousands of worshippers gathered aksa mosque saturday. The holiest night of ramadan but police blocked busloads of muslims on their way to the mosque. Citing unrest in the neighbouring shake. Jared street over a court ruling on the possible eviction of palestinian families from their homes. Now tensions boiled over the un security council cheddar urgent meeting but failed to issue a statement while international leaders. Such as america's secretary of state. Antony lincoln appealed for calm focused on the situation in israel west bank gaza very deeply concerned about the rocket attacks that we're seeing now that need to stop stop immediately

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Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

03:45 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Yeah before burke. Yeah and it's like it's amazing how. How afraid black people are not all black would expect specifically american. Black people are afraid of smoke of having smoke you know and and pushing back against you know fire that you know Europe and the you know Colonial conoco Colonialism caused you. Know everybody still wants to Be you know. Somehow not even academically which i can understand her academically. Because it's a it's a program but just culturally And you know going back to this spiritually you know. It's it's people are so dominated by this whiteness. It's it so it's amazing. So i really like that about the smoke and the funny part is i say her is that what holds it together is so thin you know that is really three. You don't even have to be oppressed. You don't have to be at the bottom to see how the system works. You just have to open your eyes and look at it. But the fair is so great that they don't even have the guts to imagine different you know or they could do is just think about you know they. They limit themselves coca pepsi. You know scared something. That is so interesting to me. Is how People can be so anti white supremacy in a self described way in sumpter chest about you know rejecting white disinvite that but your whole spiritual system is taken from way people and it's kind of a paradox that you're not really posts. Appoint out you know people will get very very touchy about it and it's Yeah like you said. The coke or pepsi is hard to think of another another choice and that some said that i thought was a good points. Someone say this on twitter was they said that you know becoming muslims. Not read the answer either because of day did their own things to Black piazza walking right. So some some mohammed. Ali was named after a white abolitionist and he not to reject the white man. He got rid of the named cassius. Clay the white abolitionists in took on A muslim name. And you know people pointed someone pointed out like was that really Much better you know. It's or or not a marginal. It was a marginal improvement. But we don't really have an idea of what what to replace any of that with. But you know that's my whole point though. You know that it needs to be replaced. So just go through your own experiments. Replace it with something that serves you first and foremost and refining as you go along. You know because that's what they did you know. That's that's what history made them do so we know that that's our only yet. It just seems like people more than anything. I say that either to lazy to do so or frayed and Talk that's why i was Talking on the server about the whole Prime example in america is of of like you know no fence anyone's as data but the whole mormonism thing when you're in the history of that and how anti-black it was you know. Ask the friends that moment in the black. But i just you know. They tried at one point to get in there. And i was just you know not just wasn't on 'cause i knew beforehand what it you know. It's.

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Israeli Police Change Route of Contentious Jerusalem March

Mike Gallagher

00:19 sec | 6 d ago

Israeli Police Change Route of Contentious Jerusalem March

"Police had changed the route of a contentious march by Jewish ultranationalists in Jerusalem in an apparent attempt to avoid confrontations with Palestinian protesters. Original route and plan to go through Damascus Gate and into the Muslim quarter of the Old city. Instead, the route has been changed to avoid that area.

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Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Archdiocese of Baltimore

Archdiocese of Baltimore

00:38 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "muslim" discussed on Archdiocese of Baltimore

"Reduces the Muslim mess and pretty soon before you know it. You are feeling old on your body is actually starting to manifest it all due to a simple lack of these nutrients. Calcium, magnesium? No, Let me tell you and it is simple. The problem in being a doctor to researchers. How do you get this into the system? Formula it. We have the kill Max formula is so fantastic because it did a powder form. You take hot water and you make you put it in a cup. Take a teaspoon of this powder and mixed it in and you drink this cup down. That's great absorption rate is really incredible because it actually goes. Right into your bloodstream. All right. This is probably a good time,.

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Jerusalem Violence: Rockets Fired From Gaza After Major Clashes

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:50 min | 6 d ago

Jerusalem Violence: Rockets Fired From Gaza After Major Clashes

"Police faced off with palestinian protesters on sunday in another night of clashes in east jerusalem a day before israeli nationalists plans to parade through the old city in annual flag-waving display meant to cement israeli claims to the contested area. The late night skirmishes raised the likelihood of further clashes on monday during the annual jerusalem day celebrations israeli police gave the go-ahead to the parade on sunday. Despite days of unrest and soaring israeli palestinian tensions at a flashpoint holy site and in a nearby arab neighborhood where jewish settlers trying to evict dozens of palestinians from their homes addressing a special cabinet meeting ahead of jerusalem. Day prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said that israel will not allow any extremists to destabilize the calm in jerusalem we will enforce law and order decisively and responsibly. He said the united states again expressed serious concerns about the situation in jerusalem including clashes between palestinian worshippers in jerusalem's old city home to sites sacred by muslims and jews and israeli police as well as the expected expulsion of palestinian families. Jerusalem day is meant to celebrate. Israel's capture of east jerusalem home to the old city and it sensitive holy sites in the nineteen sixty seven mid east war but the annual event is widely perceived as provocative as hardline. Nationalist israelis guarded by police marched through the damascus gate the old city and through the muslim quarter to the western wall. The holiest site where jews can pray.

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Bomb Kills at Least 25 Near Girls' School in Afghan Capital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Bomb Kills at Least 25 Near Girls' School in Afghan Capital

"Afghan government spokesman said bomb has exploded near a school in the majority Shiite district of west Kabul killing at least twenty five people many of them young students the Taliban condemned the attack apparently aimed at civilians and denied any responsibility balances were rushing to evacuate wounded from the scene of the blast near the school well no one has claimed responsibility for the bombing previous often brutal attacks in this neighborhood have been claimed by the Ferghana slamming state affiliate the radical Sunni Muslim group has declared war on Afghanistan's minority Shiite Muslims I'm in serious Jackie

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Medics: 200 Palestinians hurt in Al-Aqsa clashes with police

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Medics: 200 Palestinians hurt in Al-Aqsa clashes with police

"Palestinian worshipers have clashed with Israeli police at the al Aqsa mosque compound major holy sites sacred to Muslims and Jews the computations marking this condition for weeks of violence in Jerusalem that has been reflected across the region the Palestinian red crescent emergency service said hundred thirty six people were wounded in clashes with police that and elsewhere in Jerusalem including eighty three who were hospitalized it says most of the wounded in the face and eyes by rubber coated bullets and shrapnel from stomach remains Israel said six police officers were wounded I'm sorry yes checking

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Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast

Say What Needs Saying

02:13 min | Last week

Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast

"The good and bad with Islam is obviously a trick questions. So we appreciate that you know. You're testing here. Obviously it's so good Just for the audience then they obviously also know that as well but I'm i made an interesting point before. We were recording a distinction here. Why yeah distinguish between islam and muslims. Because obviously there's nothing bad about islam. Islam is good but Might be mistakes or bad. Things that muslims do as long as flawless muslims are not necessarily flooded so yeah the muslim tapping been doing bad things up history as people do as people to. Yeah so yes. So if there's anything bad about islam it is basically the western depiction of islam. Which is of course There is another method of hostility and animosity to it so it has not been portrayed fairly so by the time. I think we're done with this conversation you'll know and you both will. Number two is as well. Yeah i mean. That's that's the aim absolutely albouy means with. I think we'll hopefully then brandon. You're slowly growing beer. Yeah mentioned and none of my family is recognised. I think is issue. We should probably also preface this by giving a bit of a background as to how Mohammed denied familiar with islam because with a million different ways Mahmad story is is He can explain it. Yeah i was born here. And my familiarity or or Becoming a muslim was. When i was twenty five years old and came to iran for the first time and then checked out my best certificate and realize the i've been claimed muslim At that point Up until then. I grew up in a christian nation in England thinking that i was process protestant christian and Yeah i was corrected upon being twenty-five and coming to

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

06:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"That god has the power to align all of us because all of us are filled with this beautiful energy. All of us have this beautiful. Love all of us know where we come from and if we have forgotten that then it just takes one ounce of gratitude to really bring us back into this beautiful awareness of and with knowledge and with community and with ramadan and with the spiritual gatherings and with all of these events that that speak of god that speak of the of the earth of the world and so many more celebrations to come but also These moments of grief have really taught us the true experience of ramadan and that stems from our ancestors that stems from our muscle mean and it's just. It's it's incredible one thing that i'd share with non muslims about roman. Is that if you are in need of peace and seeking connection with your higher self. Then try fasting. Try asking yourself these again for me as well. I tried to ask myself these questions. That challenge my sense of belonging. Because what. I've noticed about ramadan as i've grown in these past twenty six years. That's what it is. i think. Twenty six or twenty five years. Since i first started fasting that i was very much attached to the cultural ways of fasting which i found myself i wasn't nourished by it. I didn't find myself nourish by the foods that we were eating or the ways that we were the traditions that were practiced because to be honest with you there a lot of negligence around that. And i'm not going to blame my parents or my grandparents or anyone for it but again i don't know what my great grandparents did madonna. I don't know what my great great grandparents didn't done. We don't have that. We don't have that knowledge in shallow. Hopefully and this is why it's so important to create family trees especially with the generations of today and yesterday and before that that it's so important to share these teachings of ramadan that if you are from you know Someone who's not muslim and wishes to join. Remember this very clearly that when my friends would come over and i would even go to university friends would be like. Oh we're not going to eat until sira aides or not going to eat until the sun sets and then you hear the zahn and then we can open our fast together They felt it..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

03:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"To get a lot of questions. Every every person has had the question asked to them not even water And so it's you know. It seems like a ridiculous question to ask because a obviously not even water. But it's not about the water or the food it's about the experience it's about the reflection and and the learning process the spiritual reflection that you do when you are distance from material things in this physical world right so reflection gratitude focusing on will power and strength and justice it's a spiritual detox and cleanse as much as it is a physical one that would be. I think the one thing. I would want anybody to know about ramadan. Yeah i don't know this one's This one's a little tough. I think i'm i'm always waiting for a and it's not as law make renaissance. Maybe like muslim renaissance sauce But sadly we are still in the midst of confronting so much violence and not only division. But you know extremism in in many parts of the muslim world enabled by the west But i guess for this year. Specifically i am praying for all muslims in conflict or refugees and their struggles for basic survival layered of course with a deadly and unrelenting pandemic and probably challenges with accessing basic needs during this holy month on top of everything. Else so yeah. There's i think there's a lot more that other muslim nations and non muslim nations could be doing to help them. And i'm just really thinking about that Segment of our oma this year during ramadan and praying for them. I'm really critical of myself. And i've always had these self depreciating inner thoughts. I'm always always reflecting on myself. And what i could do better and how it could be better but so far During ramadan. I've really been reflecting a lot on materialism and consumerism and especially that fright fully proud feeling that you get sometimes from having expensive things that you worked really hard to afford or being really excited about the newest gadget so for me for example. It's the new imax. And i've just been obsessing over it and so taking a step back And reflecting on these physical and material impulses because it brings us further away from the divine. So i'm trying to just reflect more on it As soon as i catch myself doing it. I i think to myself ok. Well does materialistic thing. Do i really need this. And what will it serve in my life for my spirit for my soul can live without it and and and just to be more humble before god because a law is giver allies. The taker too so nothing is ours. All is gifted to us and And yeah that's that's kind of where my reflection has been focused on home the law. I'm glad to say ramadan has not been easy..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

04:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"And i think that this allows us to kind of have an appreciation not just of the oma the state duma but also the state of humanity. And how we can all come together to support and to help each other one of the major reflections. I've had so far myself. Which is quite enlightening is just about how much i'm able to give physically mentally and how driven i am like. I really set myself a challenge. This showroom madan to just push myself further and to be able to give back to humanity in whatever way i can and it's it's a follow from the word but i was doing when i was in africa for three months. I come back on raising money for this or her. Trust what can for nor orphans. I'm also working for hussein. So these charities are doing phenomenal things around the world The drive and the passion. I'm having this energy that i'm having a hundred lula. It just feels like it comes from la all the way through me on channels through and i'm able to give voice to the helpless give voice to the hopeless and provide the move help support and hope that things will change so in charlotte. That really is one of the reflections. The i have an shallow have more reflections over the coming days and nights We continue to work of our clients. We continue to coach right this month as well. So able to give people some some positive feedback. They give me positive feedback as i'm driving forward of. What can we have people who want to increase their spirituality. So we're working with them for some meditations connecting with their senses and allow them to connect to a loss upon what ally is. well Through this salah do in charlotte with the coming nights of please if you are listening to this offs humbly humbly ask you to remember menial doors. I remember all the listeners in charlotte and all that wrote muslim. Thank you so much for your time. In shaw will speak again at the end..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

04:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam like everyone and welcome back to another episode of the road muslim. Podcast this week. We are doing checking number two of the burma. Don journeys poco series. I hope you are enjoying the series as well. I hope you are Gaining the benefits in the blessings of this holy month. I know a lot of people. It's been a lot of up and down our. There's been a lot of ups and downs This month just due you to kobe. Burn out due to the primary one but the things that associated that can be associated with the covert burnout is a lot of mental health issues. A little physical health issues Just a health issues around loneliness Around isolation around the same old routine not having connection with a loved ones in humanity in general as well as we are spending so much more time online and when we're seeing all the crap that is happening in this world it can be really difficult to feel grounded and whilst from von often is a very grounding month over month like you'll hear in a lot of the check ins it's time for detox so it is a very grounding month. When our winter when we're just exposed to so much fluctuation it can be really difficult to actually center ourselves in this month and to northfield distracted from the blessings of this month.

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Islamic Leader Slain in East Congo After Attacks Killing 19

BBC Arts Hour

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Islamic Leader Slain in East Congo After Attacks Killing 19

"It's emerged that a senior Muslim cleric shot dead inside a mosque in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo had spoken out against rebel attacks in the region. Take a Valium. Meanie, who was killed during evening prayers in Benny City, is reported to have described the attacks as UN

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Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

TMV Podcast

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

"Name is your own clapper's you're already mentioned and and i used to be a member of the dutch parliament's And it was a representative for the anti islamic freedom party of culas even spokesperson on this subject of islam In parliament. And i did it for many years and when this is debris Introductions how summary and what i did was After i left the party. Because i left the party i feel very anti-islamic than what i did was Fulfiling alone held decided. It was writing anti-islam book but during the writing i came across so much information was at odds with the things i usually Brought the audience in the netherlands. The things i spoke about in In in the dutch parliament delegation radio and oleander media channels here so I came across so much information was it was at odds with the things i usually mentioned at. I started researching at everything again and I i wrote to several authorities on subjects of islam judaism and christianity. Because i'm from a very conservative protestant backgrounds as oh. My upbringing was in indepth corner. And what i did was trying to figure out what what the truth was with. A capital. t. Sodas as or i was very anti-islam but i wanted to be a correct book so i didn't want to have any mistakes. Fb honest so what i did was also trying to catch The few of muslim. So what i did was writing to some authorities also islamic origin one of the persons. I wrote to shelter hockey morad. Some claims university team windsor english name and i thought he was going to write me back. Because i put a little wikipedia link at the end of my email and add some questions. But i didn't want to fool himself say so what it was to be honest and i thought that he would never answer me because of course why shoot. He answered an anti-islamic politician from another country. But it took a couple of weeks and think about six or seven weeks and in the anti e send me very extensive answer very extensive because i read it on my My telephone against the because it's gaza. It was about sixteen seventeen pages so it's very expensive. And what he did was trying to answer questions. I asked him in the email. Why is this. Why do you do this. What's the thought behind his dead wife. This might set. So that's what he did and then at the same time. He pointed to other scholars. The of that some books gave me titles at seth and then what he says. Well i'm not going to comfort you. Obviously because it was the first male He said to me well. What you have to do is reread all your books. All your anti islamic books read them again but if you read them read this book snacks to your anti islamic books and he said well you then you can see where they take the wrong turn.

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Show Up in Your Life With Na'ima B. Robert

IlmFeed Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Show Up in Your Life With Na'ima B. Robert

"Today i have with me my good friend. Mental author of from my sister's lips are now new book. Show up it's nightmare. be robots. Wanna come naima why they sell to let you better catch him. Yes in your new book. Do you have with you. Can you show us. Yes here is show a motivational message for muslim women. Much i read the book recently. And i was crying. I was reading it. Because do you remember. Last time we met last time we met on il feed you very powerfully. Shared the story of your husband's passing and everything that you had to deal with right in the off. Some off of that and a low of our listeners viewers really gave us feedback and said that they found your story so inspiring. So it's great that you've taken the story and you know really built a lot of powerful messages around it in this book and i just wanted to ask you like one of the key. Messages of the book is that Tests are negligible right. And and yet you get to decide your story. I loved that. I loved that message of the book that you know tests. I never table. You're gonna be knocked over right By all sorts of things throughout life. But don't be the victim of your story. Don't allow us route to be a

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House Votes to Curb Power of Presidency on Travel Bans

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

House Votes to Curb Power of Presidency on Travel Bans

"The house has passed legislation to limit a president's power when it comes to banning people from certain countries from entering the U. S. the measure was backlash from former president trumps travel ban covering five Muslim majority countries although president Biden immediately reverse those restrictions house Democrats want the law to change to prevent future administrations from enacting that type of band the bill would require the state department and homeland security to determine if the travel would threaten national security it passed mostly along party lines in the house and is not expected to gain passage in the Senate Democrats admit presidents from both parties have excluded narrow groups of people from entering the country but they say trump abuse that authority Republicans defend the travel ban saying it was to guard against terrorists Jackie Quinn Washington

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"That i wouldn't be enough to love that. I wouldn't be enough to be a good daughter. That wouldn't be enough to be a good sister. Or i wouldn't be enough to be a good artist or an entrepreneur or a good muslim and i think because of how society has framed us in molded us confined us to be in these in our own bodies. We have forgotten that our body actually truly belongs to us but even before that to the divine so this from don. I truly hope that. I can even if again if it's a slice of pie or one atom in my body shifts because it takes one at one molecule one cell to start to vibrate in consciousness and to bring in that that compassion for the self so that the self can truly start to feel as if they are and they know that the our knowledge and they know that they are love and they know that they are whole and this for me is the greatest gift and i just got goosebumps even just saying that. So i'm definitely on a very deep cleanse. And i know that a lot of people are like well. How will you survive if you move so further in that you're under you. Disconnect yourself will that is the truth and in this journey that i feel that loneliness in isolation if we don't have the right tools than there will be harm harm will come. Disease will come. Pain will come but pain before the disease comes pains comes and if we aren't are unable to understand the message that pain is telling us within our body were unable to address the symptoms were unable to pray and ask for forgiveness and ask for an open minded. Ask for love ourselves than what is it that we're actually asking for. And how will these asks help us on our future on our future journey our spiritual journey our post earth journey so there. There's a lot. I feel like this question itself. Goals is loaded. But right now i just wish for even a moment of that realization. That i am whole i think that itself is is so beautiful and i don't need you know mixed media in all these outlets to define who i am because i am hold. Thank you so much.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Doco on your screen on isaiah eating or opening if barry the two greatest things i loved about that i love about ramadan. Is that usually when you have dinner. You're always on your phone. Your texting around a call during ramadan. It's like no phones are gone because all you wanna do is just give the respect and value to your food To god the divine four this delicious food the gratitude the piece the patients the the ability to connect is just so profound. I think you know we're really blessed to to be the space to those who are listening. That aren't muslim but are interested in fasting. I mean this is just an incredible time of reconnecting with your essence. Trying to really declutter your mind. So that you can unfold yourself to the darkness to your true self to your wild woman. Your inner child really seen feel what it is that you are actually trying to say in this time to yourself to push yourself to motivate yourself if it's through anger is truly anger or is that from a systemic belief is that an intergenerational traumatic wound. Where is that wound stored so again looking at brain house looking at you know sleep hells looking at our hormonal health looking at different creative outlets have all truly influenced me in providing me the ability to fast and fast so that it can connect with divine so lots of love so much michael's for this month are to find that in our piece if it is even a slice of pie that i have that re addresses to me in full spirit with and again. I i have the power to use clervoy nsee so i'm very visual person and whenever i go into a meditation. I'm able to see in feel color visuals. And i'm able to connect with the divine messages so for me. My goals are to increase the spiritual power. Because god has given me a gift. And i hope that this from done i can reveal my true self to myself and not have to worry about the perfectionism or the abilities or the the roles and the titles and all those things as i. Am you know here to help women to help specifically women but not to With their self esteem and self worth and was relationships i to have my own relationship so a lot of us myself have often found it easier to help others but in the way of masking ourselves so that we can so that we don't deal with what it is ever going through and i think that is something that i've allowed myself to to become over. The air is because. I was afraid that.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

02:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"North america is at were able to really question because god the divine laws with one sister question what it is that were being taught not just bars societies but also within the confinements of the ground and its teachings on. I think this itself can be seen in many many ways The the righteous path that we need to Unfold ourselves too so we can see our true selves mira true sales and we have that here in canada where we can meet your You know if someone is a first gen Canadian and obviously is muslim but is born and raised here You know you always have that where you have those separation anxiety issues or those belonging issues or those you know you have that chronic Dilemma where you can't sleep because there's you know there's all these questions inside those racing minds The inner critic comes out and i think mental health because it is so Valid here it's being valued here more than ever before. I think this makes the ramadan journey a lot easier. Where before it was as simple as just opening up fast and you know celebrating even waiting for thirty days you could celebrate e then get the just. Get your hannah john. And that's it done but it there's more to these goals as we transition through different phases of our lives So yeah i always think about how to pow. Do i prepare number one. When i was growing up my amee alarmed alaska you know and she still does till date. It's nice because i won't say that. Who doesn't fast and who does fast. Because i truly believe that that is up to one's own journey but my parents alarmed logging. Oh it's i've seen my mother wake us up in the morning. My dad to you know coming home late from work when we were in our in our Teens teens preteens. They would wake up and then we would literally come down. Have virata have our lou carbs on carbs knowing what that did for our blood sugars and are insulin and all that we had no idea because you know it's easier when you're younger you're just getting fed All you wanna do is be fed. And you know you're tired. You're privileged you're lazy or exhausted and you're just kind of forced to do it. I think in that sense. And even though you're looking forward to whole god will love me more in you know. Being being raised in a box muslim household here in canada. You know a lot of things were taught directly from our parents so you know of course you know in all traditions. There is like you know to fear god but god love you if you do. This does so there is that there was also allowances. Like if we facet are. Parents encouraged us with allowances noah. Now when i look at it. I'm like oh so. They bribed us but it was..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Canadian. Bacchus donny muslim woman living in toronto ontario and was born and raised here in canada. So first gen and i am so very privileged to be here in this in the on this great earth. I think that this path that we've all kind of fallen into about reclaiming our self worth wanting to dive into spirituality and reassessing our worth as the species of humanity. I think that itself is a privilege and ramadan. This time of ramadan has always given us the opportunity to move into our energetic fields in understanding what it is that we are truly meant to do on this world that our soul is actually in its earth suit and is all shared wisdom. These aren't just my words. But words of many ancestors the indigenous within all walks of life all creeds all cultures colors and islamist just one of those beautiful ways of life. That we i myself am very privileged to be a part of as it allows re collection and reconnection with all humanity all walks of life from those who are less fortunate and then it causes me. Intrigues me to ask me. Those questions are the truly less fortunate or are we less fortunate that we are unable to see the basics of life so ramadan and its essences truly a way that has given us the opportunity and gives us the opportunity huddle every year to really ask us those discomforting uncomfortable questions while facing these adversities right now. Where ramadan is a time of reflection. The practice itself is very much individualized has the why believe because it really depends on what fees in what life transition you have unfolded yourself to and i say this with the awareness that this adversity that were in early helped.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"My name is marissa. I live in ottawa ontario canada. I am a muslim. I am a working mother. And i'm a policy analyst for the federal government. it's so interesting because to me. There is really kadhamy between how. I remember ramadan as child. And what it meant to me then and what it means to me now as an adult with all my lived experiences growing up ramadan meant the opportunity to get together with friends and family to do something religious together. It was enjoyable in that regard. I enjoyed the rituals. I enjoyed waking up early with my family just to do it but as an adult i really focus a lot more on the meaning of ramadan. That brings me closer to my faith that allows me to reflect spiritually that gives me the opportunity to repent to acknowledge things that i could do. Better how. I could be a better person. How could be a better muslim. In my experience growing up in canada mostly muslims prepare privately for madan and an observer There seems to be an increased interest by non muslims to better understand The month of madan what it means and how we observe in practice which is actually a really a huge shift for those of us who grew up post nine eleven but at the end of the day the workday. The work week is not really designed to be flexible to meet. Muslims needs so there isn't really an opportunity to take an afternoon nap or too close out early or late So yeah mostly mostly we celebrate and observe and practice in private. We do get to have if dr parties with our family and friends and meet one another Clearly at the mosque during ramadan. But of course that is in a non cove situation. I am not really used to preparing for the time. I usually only prepare mentally. I try to get myself in the zone. To practice more spirituality to kind of review all of the things that i know. I need to practice ahead of the month but this year. We did kind of try to prepare properly. We did our groceries intentionally. We bought all the ingredients for our favorites. If dr meals and snacks for bechara's fruit shod about some samosas and rav of course staple my biggest challenge has always been waking up early for salary and for fudge her But i've increasingly noticed especially in recent years that it's been really challenging to shift my attention away from social media during the month of madan Ironically you know hunger has not really been a challenge and neither is focusing on more pure thoughts or not Speaking ill of people but definitely keeping my mind and my eyes and my ears away from Things on social media. That i probably should not be looking at even outside. Ramadan has been a big challenge for me. Probably the biggest unexpected ease If i can call it that has been controlling my hunger. I am really grateful to able to say that. I've successfully been able to think my hunger away. And i build on that every year which is such a fantastic practice. I almost wish i. I didn't more often throughout the year. I really wanna make sure that my goals this year are realistic and achievable. And to that fact definitely one of my goals is to expand my knowledge about my faith and about the profits. La was selim's life and his companions. That's an aspect. I've never really looked into this month. So i'm gonna try to focus more on that. And of course along with that to pray more making the time to pray more sister so good to finally be here in your sacred space. My name is sarah. San and i am.

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Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

Fresh Air

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

"President Emmanuel Macron is urging a change in French law. That's after a court ruled the man who killed a Jewish woman in 2017 is unfit to stand trial because he acted in delirium due to drug taking. NPR's owner, Beardsley reports is a growing outcry over the ruling among Jewish groups and beyond. 65 year old Sarah Halimi died in 2017 after being pushed out the window of her Paris apartment by her neighbor, a 27 year old from Molly, who shouted Koranic verses and called her a demon. The killing stoked debate over anti Semitism among radicalized Muslim using predominantly immigrant neighborhoods. Hopefully, trial. Ray has been in psychiatric care ever since Now, the court has ruled that trial Ray, a heavy pot smoker, committed the killing after succumbing to a delirious fit and was thus not responsible for his actions do say the ruling sets a dangerous precedent that will undermine the fight against anti Semitism. Lawyers for Holly means families say they intend to refer the case to the European Court of Human

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Israeli Police Clash With Palestinian Crowd in Jerusalem

Kim Komando

00:20 sec | Last month

Israeli Police Clash With Palestinian Crowd in Jerusalem

"Israeli police clash with hundreds of Palestinian protesters outside Jerusalem's old city Sunday, firing stun grenades and a water cannon to disperse the crowd. Similar clashes have occurred nightly since the Muslim holy month of Ramadan began. Last week, he said he's old Damascus Gate has been put up barriers to keep away crowds by the Israeli

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Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last month

Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

"Navigating restrictions during the second pandemic Ramadan last year, the coronavirus upended the routines of Muslims performing the communal rituals associated with Islam sacred month of Ramadan. The month long observance, which begins Tuesday across the Middle East, is associated with fasting, worship and charity. It's when Muslims typically congregate for prayers. Gather around festive meals to break their daylong fast crowd into cafes and exchange visits. But this year, the world has been hit by an intense new coronavirus wave. The regulations vary in different countries. For many Muslims, that means hopes of a better Ramadan than last year have been dashed with the surgeon infection rates.

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Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

"Muslims navigate restrictions in the second pandemic Ramadan last year the coronavirus up into the routines of Muslims performing the communal rituals associated with Islam sacred month of Ramadan the month long observance which begins Tuesday across the Middle East is associated with fasting worshipping charity that's when Muslims typically congregate for prayers gather around festive meals to break their daylong fast crowd into cafes and exchange visits but this year the world has been hit by an intense new coronavirus wave the regulations vary in different countries for many Muslims that means hopes of a better Ramadan than last year have been dashed with the surgeon infection rates I'm Walter Ratliff

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Iran Says Natanz Nuclear Site Hit by Terrorism

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | Last month

Iran Says Natanz Nuclear Site Hit by Terrorism

"Chief says an act of nuclear terrorism has struck the country's natanz facility in tehran reserves the right to take action against the perpetrators. The site lost power above and below ground. This morning. The incident comes says defense secretary. Lloyd austin arrived in israel today on his first visit. There is a member of the biden administration austin spoke after meeting with his israeli counterpart. We address the broad range of defence issues to include. Israel's long-term planning for defense acquisitions and regional security challenges and us support for efforts to normalize relations between israel and arab and muslim majority nations biden. Administration is working to revive the two thousand fifteen nuclear chord with iran which israel strongly opposes. The

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Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

Snap Judgment

00:39 sec | Last month

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

"Tech giant Alibaba's being fined $2.8 billion for what Beijing calls monopolistic behavior, NPR's Emily Fang says the fine comes is Chinese leaders reportedly are investigating how the company and its charismatic founder Became so powerful Alibaba's troubles really began after its founder, Jack Ma, I'll give a speech criticizing Chinese financial regulators from Muslim on Turner's like him. The I. P O of a second company of financial technology firm called Aunt Group was then abruptly canceled, and his executives called into meetings with regulators. Ma has now not been seen in the public eye since last October.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"And close to him. But it's not the thing that's so incredible. It's God and whatever happens to the world or to places or two people. We can only always rely on. How can the month of Ramadan and what you have learns better, the state of the Obama Justice for all the biggest problem people have about speaking up against injustice is that they will be judged. We have seen it in some influencers who only speak when they are being pushed into speaking up, and even then they silence critical voices delete comments because it will. Will make them look bad right. If you don't want to hear that feedback, you shouldn't listen to good feedback, either and that's where we go back to the nervous. Understand that holding yourself accountable is about feeling uncomfortable so that you're less a little less ignorant after the learning has sunken, no-one said that greatness is easy. It's simple. Right Educating Yourself Acting Banovic. Banovic, speaking up simple, but it's not easy because you have to overcome your ego. Every person has the power to change one thing. Their attitude attitude has to be that you're open to learn even if that means, you look stupid for a while suffering for while being uncomfortable for a while because you were not as uncomfortable as the people you're speaking up. Up for, and you're not as uncomfortable as everyone who suffering. If you don't speak up, so I think most that I've learned is shop your echoed down? Because if you let you ego, come up, you won't learn anyone. Improve and review your leaders especially during these recent times, but also during the Korean crisis. You see who really stands up for change actively. So, review you consider role models and leaders of our time where that is direct activism, supporting artists for business owners reevaluate who actually lives and works according to the values they set themselves and according to the values. You want to welcome in your life. Any last reflections. Again everybody has a platform. Just as you are here, you're listening to some es platform, and you see how she uses it to bring us closer together to help us realize the beautiful diversity that Islam is and to help learn from each other. You have a platform within your family within your community than your work. You just understand whether you want to use the platform. And as I introduced myself at the very beginning, I do have applied for Mohammedan, shut the recipe podcast and the Youtube Channel, and you can check me out on Lincoln. And I would love to use this platform to raise awareness to em, mazing, women who are doing incredible jobs and talk about the topics of business, branding and womanhood, and that's why it's cultural diversity because I want us to share the devotees that we are that we have within US and amongst us. So please do find me and connect with me. Slide into my the ams, comment and tag women. You would love to hear more about that can connect with that. You admire yourself who you consider as leaders who you consider as role models, I would love to feature them. Give them a platform or just simply have a conversation, because I think we can all learn from each other so few for you to connect with me on Instagram, share, diversity, or a cinema show port or Or you can find me a link to on Singapore port or Youtube on shed diversity by senior port, and I'd love to connect with you learned from you. Get to know you and see what credible things you are doing and were platforms. You are creating to raise awareness for things truly believe in, and I pray that you all are healthy and safe, and that you use your reflections from what I don to come closer to the version that Allah has made you to be. The best version of Some. Stumbling. the CENA and back with part three of the. Check and questions for the month of Ramadan. How did this month ago? this month went very well. Hunter Law. It was a great month of self discovery. And It was an interesting journey to see how. We can step back and slow down. Things are different. And a good different. So in the light was actually a very good month. very fulfilling. And a month in which a lot was learned. Not only about the religion that about the self as well. where? I able to achieve my goals. Are we ever able to achieve our goals? should we not always be striving? And trying to do better. Yes probably the ones I had set for the month for sure. I think I had achieved them or a half achieved them. if anything I think I surpassed the goals because. In the past Time was always ensure. We're trying to get the goals met. But. This time some. Month since I had kind. I was for sure able to achieve. What I had set out to do. One thing for sure. This month has taught me amongst many other things, but one thing is. Slow down. And being dizzy does not mean that you're productive life. Sometimes taking on. Smaller things less things. makes it more fulfilling. You're more productive. Tend to live in a time where calendars have to be full. With meetings and No mom with after school activities. It was really humbling to see how. You can still have a lot of chief by distinct home and slowing down. And living in the moment. So. Big Big! Lesson plus just slow.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired which I really think is very beautiful, so thank you, thank you, thank you. Thank you so much to the listeners. You know. It's been. Culminating in sharing and just you know giving feedback and it. It's just I mean it's a lovely to here. Who Doesn't love to hear feedback of especially when it's good, but it just means that. This has continued with people. I'm so grateful sober. yet so I don't have much else to say at the beginning of the poor costs Sina, she provides a. Beautiful Analysis and a reminder why we should be speaking about drop lives matter and the importance of its and. Like, she says. Can we please put? A black brothers and sisters, whether they're Muslims or not Muslim in our was and continued to fight the good fight, right? We need to work together. And Erasing Anti Black Racism. And power of white, supremacy. Along with a whole host of other shoes I don't I think see not just does such a beautiful way. Into, beautiful job of explaining this. I'm.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely <unk> because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but <hes>. Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't <hes>. Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. <hes> so I, apologize for that. <hes>. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite <unk> guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which <hes> for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat <unk> every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having <hes> just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online <hes>. But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and <hes>. You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual <hes> efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but <hes>. Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. <hes> I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted <hes> you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely <unk> because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but <hes>. Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't <hes>. Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. <hes> so I, apologize for that. <hes>. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite <unk> guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which <hes> for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat <unk> every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having <hes> just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online <hes>. But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and <hes>. You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual <hes> efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but <hes>. Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. <hes> I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted <hes> you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Eat so hard, and then Feiger so I usually just stay up, and then I'll go to sleep after Federer so then on the days that I'm working I'm usually getting a couple of hours of sleep, because Frederick might be at five o'clock in the morning, and my kids usually wake up around eight so I made only getting. You know three hours of sleep a night, so. That's a big one The other one is too because I do have two young children who one of which is autistic It's really hard to even do Islamic studies kind of thing like I'll try and listen to lectures here and there. reading a book, forget it. I learned that now I cannot read books with my kids especially now Because you know with the whole. Cova D- both my kids are home, so they're not in school so since home twenty four seven, I really don't have time to sit and read a book, because if I try and sit down and read a book somewhere. My kids are instantly going to run over and start jumping on me and doing all this so like because they're young, so. You know I can't. I can't sit there and read a book now I can just have my phone kind of sitting next to me and listening to a lecture, and my kids can be jumping on me and stuff, and I can still listen, but to sit there and have a book open turning the pages and reading it. Those days are long gone, unless do it after they go to sleep, but again sleep deprivation when they go to sleep I usually want to go to sleep, so. Yep So. Those are usually my obstacles during the month. One at what unexpected eases! Have you experienced during the month previously I mean I think for the vast majority of people the fasting. It's easier Hamdala by the end of the month. You really just don't even have a desire to eat you know. Your body gets adjusted to the fasting. Trying to think? Would I think that I think that's. The biggest thing I can't think of any other like unexpected eases that I've experienced during the month. I think that's really a. it's just that the fasting does get. so, what are your goals for this month, so I have quite a few. Pretty ambitious this Ramadan So wine is to pray Feiger on time every single day, because again because of the shifts that I work. It's really hard for me to wake up for federal on the nights. That I've worked not proud to admit that, but it it is I. You know getting off of work at two o'clock in the morning so I'm not getting home till three and then I take a shower. You know I'm. I'm not getting to bed until almost three thirty four o'clock, and then to turn around and wake up. You know an hour in some later depraved Roger like it just doesn't happen, but again it's like for Ramadan I'll stay up. You know so that way I just pray Roger and I do so hoarder and everything, but I can do that for like a month. You know I can't do that forever. I can't go off three hours of sleep forever, so it's just yeah. It's really hard and shallow. One day I will not be working crazy hours. yes, pray fighter! Every single day. the next school is I had signed up for an Islamic class. I can't remember the name of where it was The rogan some actually suggested this classes was other people. It's a free Islamic class. It's just like an introductory class, but it helps you kind of strengthen your foundation, so it's good for converts, even good for born Muslims just to kind of like I, said Re. Firm, you're foundations and everything and I had signed up for cash. I want to say January. January timeframe and I've only done the first class. So my goal is to finish that class if not finish the class an at least do a lecture every or every other day. So that's that's the goal. goal is I also signed up for an herbal course because I'm working to get my clinical. To Become A. Master, herbal clinician, or master herbal practitioners so that way not only will work. You know I can do like the the Western medicine, because I am a licensed physician assistant I had my medical license and a couple of different states, but then I can have also my clinical herbalist. certifications I can have that aspect too so. I'm working towards getting that. Sorry I'm starting off with just my introductory herbal core so again to work on it. You know if not every day every other day because I hate signing up for courses and then I never do them. next goal was three. To do a lot of self reflection I. Don't think I do that enough. And I know that is a huge part of gaining spirituality is sitting in self reflection, so I really really WanNa. Take time doing that to really sit down and take a look at myself and say am I being the best Muslim that I can be you know? Am I really being a good Muslim mother, and my being really good Muslim wife, and being really good Muslim daughter, and my being a good Muslim from my community, you know. Do I really know the Atlas La his Salaam You know, do I really know Prophet Muhammad Salah Hula, he will be. He sell them You know just to really reflect on myself and. What it is that I'm trying to do and where my? Goal should be an am I doing enough. For my Akra and not focusing so much on the Dunya sort of thing to become more of a minimalist, although I haven't really lied, have to say over the last year I have gotten more into that, but I think I need to sit and do even more self-reflection, so yeah and then of course to not overeat. That's everybody's goal. I think that'll help, too. Because since we're kind of in quarantine at home, you're not gonna be doing these big. If Tartus you know, you'll just be at home with your family. It's you'll be eating normal family meals. You know you're not going to be having these big elaborate. You know. I can't think of the word right now, but you know so. You're not gonNA have like. Have different foods. You'll they I want to try this and try this and try this. You know, and I'm American and my husband's Varkey so like. You know we're not going to be making a lot of like fried foods and things like that. You know Since it's just me and him and the kids you know, and my kids like I said they're young, so they have specific case that they don't like so. It's really just cooking their meal. For me and my husband so really our meals are going to be like any other dinner day. You know nothing special. Although I did buy the healthy Ramadan Guide So from Nazeema and below so in be doing some of those recipes I mean granted under quarantine. We don't have all the ingredients, but we'll do. We can, so yeah, so that's That's all the answers I got Yeah, Shaw, a law. Everybody else has a good Ramadan Shell law. It is blessed for everyone and the goals that they set forth. They're able to do, and you know it is a month. Where we all do some self reflection, and that show a law, we all gain closeness to a loss upon what to add..

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Some legal My Name is say nab I. Am Gay a? Mother of four beautiful children. The seal of my household. And I I live in Toronto in Toronto, Canada. And yeah. What does Ramadan mean to me? Film Yemen is literally the best time of the year. It's literally the most wonderful time of the year. How can it not be? You are the guest. At a table or at? Someone's houses, the king of kings, the creator of the whole world master of the universe has invited you. To come and be a guest in his palace. And his boundaries are analysts and. The. Fact that you have been given this opportunity actually. It's mind blowing. And you are now going to be able to partake. In his bounties, and and his blessings, which are endless and open. This meant there's no. There's no sins being counted. It's it's it's not even a time when you want to feel you know there's a difference Ramadan is literally a different feeling. The Air whether you at moss whether at home. It's just fact shift in the air around you. And you almost feel like the so much goodness that we can do. So much goodness that we can take and the such goodness to be shared And so yeah for me. Ramadan is actually very exciting time. I love it. have I always left it no as a child, but for sure it is one of. My most cherished months of the year. I grew up into by so when I was growing up on was celebrated, like had a very different feel to a whole country celebrating it. living in Toronto. It's obviously celebrated a lot more now than it was before I, think with times and multiculturalism people that have come in. It has really changed so now you do see all the big. Grocery stores and a lot of different places are now aware of what Ramadan and the celebrated accordingly so living in Toronto have to say, there is a festive feel around, and it also depends on where you live. In Toronto, sophy lived maybe Musaga. That would be more food, festival but for sure it is. It's not celebrated like it would be a Muslim country, but there's a there's a little bit of celebration around it. do I do prepare for this month. I prepare for it in mind, body and spirit I prepare by fasting in the months preceding it so the months before it sorry, put up Chaban I. I Shop for it in sunset. I don't want to go out I. Don't want to be the focus on fasting in this month. want to do very short grocery store. Ram said trying to a big a run for it in terms of like. Making, sure have enough food and things stocked up I prepare for it mentally and spiritually. I want to see a shift in myself. I WANNA see growth. It's not easy you have the the the intention, but for actually happened. It requires a lot of effort. and I want to be focused when I'm trying to put in that effort so yes, I do prepare for it and you know I I go in with the mindset of This is i. have thirty days to kind of gain gain. What I can kind of be greedy about what I can get from this month. The obstacles they face I would. I would honestly have to say it's being patient. With everyone around me, it's hard. I mean you know have four kids and home, and sometimes you just think I mean you're you're coming to situation or your face with something or something happens? Really patients would have to say be the one thing that I probably struggling with a lot I do get through it I I I've trained myself over the years to try and become a patient, but that was not always the case. Unexpected eases. Talking about patients I think when my kids were younger, growing up and I would try and packed. His patients sometimes feel like I'm not I'm not doing some I'm feeling cells and feeling God and feeling everyone one of the big unexpected easily thing. I've learned over the last few years. That I've learned to be easy on myself. And that in in essence has led me to be a to have an easier month of fasting I've kind of let go of things that really not matter in the greatest scope of. Of Things, and so, yes, you know the house may not be asked clean. The kitchen may not be as well put together. You know things may not be going exactly the way they need to be going. But those are the things that are just in my mind like nobody else knows, or is even aware of them. the things that I'm looking through. My life is my lands so for me, you know the unexpected uses would be that I've actually become easier on myself, which has led me to become a. Better at practicing in the month and actually trying to you know. Invest Myself Spiritually and mentally into the month. My goals for this month or my goals that are there for every single year to grow spiritually to grow spiritually to grow spiritually to become better to cement relationship further with God to you know be a better human to be able to help and give back to be able to grow to be able to be a better everything you know to. That's my goal every year, and in Charlotte. That's my goal.

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"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

The Rogue Muslim

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"muslim" Discussed on The Rogue Muslim

"Who are you and where are you from? US I WANNA comb. My name is Sina Pods. I am a personal branding coach and a content strategist for companies like Adidas. Also the founder of the shared diversity podcast where I discuss topics about business, branding and womanhood enter few successful businesswoman, and I am from Germany. What does it Amazon mean to you? To be honest for Madonna's a very special time, because I converted to Islam, and there Madonna was really my journey into the religion, so I've started fasting three years before converted, and I was like one day, and it's felt really hard, and I never thought I could make it through it, and then the second year it was a week, and the third year was whole month, and obviously I did totally wrong. I literally just looked at if i. see the Sun. Okay, now it's. It's light. I can eat again like totally wrong, but it still meant so much for me. Because in many understand, the values behind the action may be understand and reflective on myself more. And it gave me like the head space, and really the the silenced during these days that I was fasting to think about what I really want from my life and allowed. That was the journey for me to the religion, so from Amazon means really reflecting on the blessing of becoming Muslim. How I don practiced and celebrated in your country, so I'm originally from a small village in Germany, which means we don't have a lot of Muslims here and you don't really celebrate it, and you really have to drive forty minutes to the next mustard to be able to be with people during this time in them, and also in Germany. The biggest population of Muslims are Turkish so a lot of mustards. Here are Turkish where it's really A. A difficult for someone who converts just someone who comes to Germany as a Muslim and doesn't speak Turkish to understand. The lectures here and gain knowledge during this month, but luckily at home depot we found mustard that are gem and Arabic so my husband and I can go to mustards and Pretua, usually obviously with the crisis and mustard where we can bond with people usually practice it. Is that we we work usually during Ramadan because we obviously. Obviously live in a non Muslim country. It's not always possible to take off, so we take it more easily. we try to make our mornings various islands and reflective, so we don't start into the day stressed, and then throughout the day we start just preparing things for the evening and we think could on or playing on in the house, and usually what we do is after Margaret. We take some time and then we go for Aisha. Aisha and throw away to the mustard, but that's going to be very different this time around I think since we are working from home, it's very important for us to take some breaks. Interests go out to the fields and taking a walk, and just like listening to birds, and like the small things of interacting with the world without interacting with people. I think that's one of the things that are going to be very important this year round. Do, you prepare for this month? If so, how usually I do prepare for this month just in terms of fasting a couple of times before Dan so that my body gets used to Ed and I don't get into a shock when it all starts, and also just taking some time to reflect on what I want to achieve during this month. I think for a lot of us. It's kind of this time that people have at the end of a year. That's what we have junior Madan where we want to reflect. Reflect up on our life and what we want to achieve where our priorities lie, and how we can take this month to reset our priorities and rethink what we really want and I. think that's going to be very important specifically because I have been working very hard. The last month I really needed to find time to reflect on. What are my spiritual goals? That I'm setting right now that have nothing to do with my career. And how do I define success for myself because I think when we start talking to? To people about their aroma dangles. We tend to really compare ourselves and compare our goal is and our progress with others that keeps us in a stressful situation and I just had to rethink my attention. What if what I define a success during this month and detach myself from other people's version of success, so yeah, I write down what I want to achieve in terms of learning at the seat off the prophets, our values seldom or reading on or just reflecting injuring more than Kerr, these kinds of things and then. There's the small things like preparing food and putting it into the freezer, so you don't always have to think about what to cook every single light. I think that's one of the biggest things when you are a wife and you don't have access to take out food, or you're not in the surrounding where you usually have big family that cooks up for you, so these little things really I think makes me more calm for the month. It's the little things. What obstacles do you usually face during this month? I think hundred allow. We're very blessed to be in a safe surrounding. and to be healthy and to have access to resources, but I think one of the obstacles that I usually face is the lack of community here. I think especially in this area. It's really difficult to find Muslims and like to have this people around you, but hey, we are all facing this month. When this year another thing is that there's really a lack of energy, especially in the non Muslim country, and especially in a place where you really don't have you know small communities that can meet up or that you have. Have like hello places, or you have places where you can go out at night and I can see people, or you just have that feeling ride like usually have that I'm Dan feeling in a country that is Muslim. And even if you are in a bigger city where you have Muslims from around the world that lift in London, for a while where it's really beautiful, you can see the diversity office there and he can see and like feel the energy I think that energy is just missing in a place where you. You really don't have a lot of Muslims, and you don't have to. Madonna and people are really not aware that even people that you're working with your colleagues or collaborators. They are.

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