This one is from our archives! Dawood Yasin reminds us to be mindful of our food during this month in his reflection on juz' 8.
Khadijah Abdullah reminds us that Ramadan is the month of mercy in her reflection on the 7th juz’.
Mouhamadou B. Diagne expounds on important tenets of the faith found in juz’ 6.
Howard University MSA President Khadijah Ceesay reflects on lessons from juz’ 5.
Graduate student Sultan-Diego Sulayman shares how juz’ 4 is a reminder to the believer that Allah loves our unity.
Green Ramadan activist Kori Majeed contemplates nature and her time spent gardening during the early days of quarantine in this reflection on juz’ 3.
Juz’ 2 of the Qur’an comprises the chapter of Al-Baqarah (The Cow) verses 142 to 252. In these verses, Allah makes it obligatory upon every able bodied Muslim to abstain from food, drink and sexual relations from sun up to sun down. It is also
We start the holy month of Ramadan with the special words of Angelica Lindsey-Ali known around the world as The Village Auntie. She connects Juz’ 1 with what it means to be a Black American Muslim.