For juz' 18, Khalilah Sabree shares her reflection on the Verse of Light through fine art.
People are looking for change, albeit sometimes change can come in such extreme ways that may seem antithetical to the traditions we purport to uphold.
At the intersection of being Black and Muslim, we hold the cultural memories (of our predecessors) in both our Islam and our ancestral heritage.
In her beautiful short story, Ambata Kazi-Nance takes us on a journey inspired by the Night Journey of the Prophet which is mentioned in the first verse of the 15th juz'.
Imam Frederick Al Deen reminds us that we can see the work of Iblis anywhere and cites verses from juz’ 14 on ways to repel it.
In her reflection on juz’ 13, Dr. Aminah Al-Deen challenges us to question why we read the Qur’an and to look a little closer at the signs constantly being shown us by Allah.
Dr. Besheer Mohamed reflects on the patience, perseverance and obedience of the prophets mentioned in the 12th juz'.
Dr. Shamika Mitchell shares her poem juz’ 11 inspired poem, Meditation: Ethereal Ummah.