Understanding the Difference of Eid Days in the Muslim Community

Eid, which means "celebration" in Arabic, is one of the most important religious holidays celebrated by Muslims. It marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, and is a time of joy, feasting, and community gatherings. However, one aspect that may sometimes cause confusion among non-Muslims and Muslims [...]

2023-04-19T15:29:20+00:00April 19th, 2023|Ramadan 1|

Ramadan and Breaking Out of the Cycle of Addiction

By Najwa Awad, LCSW-C, PMH-C Ramadan is an exceptional time for Muslims seeking Allah’s mercy, hope, and healing from all kinds of spiritual, physical, and psychological ailments- including addiction. Addiction is traditionally thought of as dependence on alcohol or drugs, but present-day individuals are struggling to extricate themselves from softer [...]

2022-03-05T04:54:19+00:00February 25th, 2022|Ramadan 1|
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