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April 2004Volume VI - Issue 2Safar 1425
Leaders and Revolution

Building Youth Leaders

Leadership: a quality deemed worthy of the highest esteem, always elusive, but when done right, seems so easy to achieve. What makes a leader? Are the qualities innate, nurtured, or culturally socialized? The ink has dried on many books prepping us on the traits of effective leadership, yet we are at a time devoid of true leadership...

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Activism at UC Irvine

Strictly academic students miss out on a vibrant aspect of UC Irvine student life.

While most students attend college simply to earn a degree and improve their career prospects, they often ignore a vital aspect of the university experience: activism. Student activism is a realm of..

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Read, Write, and Add, in the Name of Thy Lord, Who Created

Schools fail to excite and inspire the average student, often depriving them of the magnificence of the world around them.

The importance of knowledge is clearly indicated in Islam by untellable amounts of Qur’anic and Prophetic exhortation. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) encouraged Muslims to “seek knowledge,..

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My Experience with Hajj

A young Muslim narrates his journey to the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah.

Walking toward the horizon, my pulse began to quicken. All of a sudden, the marble floors, the intricately decorated pillars, and the gold lighting fixtures seemed to melt away, and the only thing present..

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Hijaab: The Revolution

Why the hijaab not only liberates Muslim women, but also empowers them

It is surprising how a small piece of cloth can arouse so much controversy. Why is a Muslim woman’s veil such a contentious issue? Hijaab, the Arabic term for the head veil and modest clothing of..

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