Reflection on Juz’ 7 by Khadijah Abdullah

This reflection is part of Sapelo’s Ramadan 2021 series. To read other reflections in the series click here.

Ramadan is a good time for us to turn to Allah for His love and mercy.

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Khadijah Abdullah is a Public Health Professional, Entrepreneur, Activist and seeker of doing good. She is the founder of Reaching All HIV+ Muslims In America (RAHMA), a nonprofit that addresses HIV, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C), Sexual Health and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in faith communities through education, advocacy and empowerment. Abdullah is the founder of the federally recognized National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and Playtime Event Sitters, a premier onsite wedding and event childcare service. Most recently she joined the LaunchGood team to connect Muslims with an amazing crowdfunding platform to help amplify their causes. She is also a Faith Ambassador with the COVID-19 Prevention Network and engages faith communities of color in conversations around the effects of COVID-19, disparities, prevention efforts and effective community response. 

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  • Salam & jazakAllah khair for hosting these reflections. Are there transcripts available?

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