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by & Moutasem Atiya

AbdurRahman Depeler is a young award-winning calligrapher from Konya, Turkey. Inspired by the masters of old, AbdurRahman brings a unique style to his work, making him one of the most sought after calligraphers of our time. He shared his thoughts with Moutasem Atiya in this interview for ImanWire.

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Mostafa Azzam is the author of the first ever singable English translation of the Burdah, Imam Busiri's classic poem in praise of the Prophet ﷺ. He graciously granted an interview with ImanWire to discuss the book and its significance and his reflections on the project.

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An avid runner and marathoner, Rahaf Khatib recently made headlines for being on the cover of Women’s Running magazine in October 2016. As a voice for promoting health and fitness in the community, she is an inspirational figure for both Muslims and those of other faiths. In this interview with…

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Revisit the best articles from ImanWire in 2016.

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ʿĀʾisha said (may God be well pleased with her):  “I have never seen anyone more excellent than Fāṭima, apart from her father!”

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An activist in the Muslim community for nearly two decades, Hosai Mojaddidi has brought her unique contributions to numerous non-profit organizations, in addition to lecturing and teaching in Southern California. She is the co-founder of MentalHealth4Muslims, an organization devoted to mental…

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Salam Aref is a Muslim American designer and a student of Architecture who is introducing SiwarBox, a subscription box that delivers custom designed accessories inspired by Islamic architecture. Her project has more than one dimension to inspire and start a conversation promoting peace and Islamic…

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After memorizing the Qur'an as a child, Bilal Memon later forgot the Qur'an until re-learning it as an adult. Having experienced both the elation and frustration of the process of memorizing the Qur'an, he has dedicated himself to developing technology that will help Muslims more easily memorize…

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For many, master calligrapher Hasan Celebi is seen as the reviver of Islamic calligraphy of our time, a living legend. Having started his life as an imam, Celebi's heart was filled with the words of God and His Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him). He took an interest in calligraphy and has been…

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by & Mohamed Ghilan

In Part 2 of our interview with Shaykh Sa’eed Fodeh, arguably the most prominent Muslim theologian in the Ash’ari School today, Shaykh Fodeh discusses the idea of scientific miracles of the Qur'an and the relationship between science and religion.

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When President Obama made his historic visit to the Islamic Society of Baltimore, he was given a unique gift by students of the Al-Rahmah School.  

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In Mohamed Ghilan's interview with Shaykh Sa’eed Fodeh, arguably the most prominent Muslim theologian in the Ash’ari School today, Shaykh Fodeh discusses the divisions within the Muslim community in America along theological fault lines.

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For 13 years, Meraj Mohiuddin has meticulously recreated the life of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in an innovative format that speaks to a new generation. The fruit of this work, "Revelation: The Story of Muhammad ﷺ", is a fresh take on the Seerah.

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Revisit the most popular posts from ImanWire in 2015.  

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“Ḥusain belongs to me and I belong to Ḥusain.  O God, love anyone who loves Ḥusain! 

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The Law is a tree, and the Path its branches, and Realization is its fruit. Is it possible for the fruits to exist without branches or branches to exist without the tree? Never.

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From the Mawlid to hijab, from Ferguson to ISIS, from Serial to yoga and selfies, revisit the most popular posts from the Al-Madina Blog in 2014.

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On Friday, November 21st, 2014, Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi delivered the Friday sermon and led a funeral service for Abdul-Rahman (Peter) Kassig, who was recently killed by the extremist group ISIS in Syria. Abdul-Rahman's parents and many friends of the family attended the…

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Ayman Hassan is part of a new generation of sacred artists that are continuing the chain of traditional calligraphy in the modern world. 

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Through Islamic-inspired architecture, Maryam Eskandari and her team of social "architecture-preneurs" design mosques and communities and create cultures in the modern American landscape and beyond.  

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