My latest article has been published by the Association of Muslim Chaplains (AMC). I was honored to receive the invitation to contribute and decided to speak about one of my favorite parts of being a Muslim Chaplain: Serving in Diversity. Click here to read the article on the Association of Muslim Chaplains' site.
For most imams, their primary concern is to care for the congregants of an Islamic center, who, for the most part, share a common vision of Islam. However, the chaplain must be able to work with a diverse array of believers in a secular environment. This means a chaplain must be able to assist those whom they … Continue reading Reflections on Islamic Chaplaincy
My dear sisters imagine what if you were receiving proposals from all over the world, but your father denied all except those who were seekers of knowledge? And brothers, what if you were seeking a wife and her dowry, which she asked of you, did not include dollars or cents but rather that you contribute … Continue reading Of Love and Knowledge: The Story of Fatimah al-Samarqandi