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The Celebration Of Eid al-Fitri Around The World

Eid al-Fitri (“the feast after the fast”), a momentous occasion for Muslims worldwide is celebrated, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The turn of the new Islamic month of Shawwal contains...

It was still Ramadan | Over-Commercialization of Eid-al-Fitr

It was the first week of Ramadan; I was trying to find a place to eat for iftar. The white noise of other people in the shopping mall was very comforting. It made me...

Prophet Ibrahim (A.S): A Story of Sacrifice And Submission 

Sacrifice is putting others before you, even if you have so much to lose and end up gaining nothing. It is when you have to give up something so dear to you for the...

Sour Brazilian Coffee for the Hot Summer Days

As a coffee lover, I prefer the cold, drizzly weather. This way, I would be able to indulge in a mocha latte or a flat white at any time of the day without developing...

Life Trials You Should Expect While Planning For Your Wedding


The day every girl dreams of. The day, you could wear a tiara and a poofy dress and the most sparkly dress the world has to offer without being judged because you are the...

Gaming Unplugged: 5 Board Games for the Bored

Board Games. A lot of people have said that board games are obsolete. Personally, I respectfully disagree. True, there are now online multi-player games allowing you to play with anyone in the world, from your neighbour to...

Muslyfe’s Exclusive Interview With Syomirizwa Gupta

It all started when I stumbled upon a photo of Farah Pahlavi, The Last Empress of Iran. "I would love that," smiled the genius behind the eponymous clothing brand label Syomirizwa Gupta, when I asked...

Women to Watch in Brunei 2017 – The 33: Part 2

This is part 2 of a 3-part series on an infographic we released on 23rd February called “The 33”. A while back, Hadi wrote about the first group of ladies in the 33 list that...

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