Ramadan Nights

By: Habeeba Husain Ramadan Nights: How Muslims Worship, Rest, and Renew Spiritually Another blessed month of Ramadan is upon the world, by the grace of God. While the days are famous for the fasts in which Muslims abstain from food, drink (yes, even water), and intimate relations, the nights are [...]

2023-06-23T00:55:45+00:00April 12th, 2021|Ramadan|

Muslim Holidays

By: Farhana N. Shah Celebrating Eid in the Classroom: How Teachers Can Honor Muslim Students' Faith Celebrations are part of all cultures and religions. Many Muslim-majority countries have diverse cultural holidays; however, there are only two major holidays that all Muslims celebrate. Each is celebrated at the end of an [...]

2023-07-14T20:46:48+00:00October 2nd, 2019|American Muslims, Ramadan|

A Ramadan Guide for School Administrators and Teachers

By: Dr. Susan Douglas What Is The Basis For Accommodation Policies On Religious Holidays In Public Schools? The First Amendment to the US Constitution protects the freedom of religious expression for groups living in the United States, including worship, places to worship, and the ability to practice their religion. [...]

2023-07-14T00:57:15+00:00April 26th, 2019|American Muslims, Ramadan|
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