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  The events of September 11, 2001, had a profound impact on the world, including on the Muslim community living in the West. In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, governments in many Western countries implemented surveillance measures that targeted Muslims, citing national security concerns. As a result, a new generation of Muslims, who have grown up in the West, have become fully aware of the discriminatory and unjust surveillance by the government towards their community. For these young Muslims, their formative years have been shaped by the constant awareness of being under surveillance. They have experienced the increased scrutiny, profiling, and suspicion from law enforcement agencies, which has affected their daily lives. They have witnessed their community being subjected to discriminatory practices such as racial profiling, invasive questioning, and unjust detainment at airports, public places, and even within their own neighborhoods. They have seen their mosques and community


  The idea of traveling the cosmos and universe has captured the imagination of people for centuries. The vast expanse of the cosmos, with its billions of galaxies, each containing billions of stars, planets, and other celestial objects, presents an endless frontier of exploration and discovery. I too, am one of those people who are fascinated by the thought of exploring the Universe but as a Muslim, we have a better chance of exploring than the Disbelievers with all their technology and resources in their respective Space Agencies. Let me explain why I say this from a simple, concise and Islamic point of view. The Quran contains numerous verses that describe the Heavens and the Earth, The cycles of Day and Night and the diverse forms of life that exists within them. We are encouraged to read and reflect on those verses and to seek knowledge as a means of understanding and appreciating Allah's creation. Contemplating the creation of Allah is very important as it's a means of de


What is Writer's Block? Writer's block is a common and frustrating problem for many writers. The definition of writer's block is when you have trouble coming up with ideas or words to write, even though you know what should be written. Writer's block can happen at any time during the writing process--when you're trying to figure out what to write about, when you're stuck in the middle of writing something and can't think of anything else to say, or even after finishing your piece because there are still some things that need fixing. I have been dealing with the following symptoms for the past few weeks. Common symptoms that I experienced include: You feel like your brain has shut down and nothing comes out when trying to write something new; I have an effective way of dealing with the feeling of a shutdown brain which is do lots of Dhikr( Remembrance of Allah) and I urge every Muslim to take advantage of one of the most beneficial blessings in our life as Mu