Ribaat Student of the Month ~ July 2017

As salaamu alaikum, My name is Anneeza binti Zainal. I’m 38 years old from Putrajaya, Malaysia, and am married with four children. I have a Masters in Microbiology and used to work with the Ministry of Health before deciding to become a full-time mom after my second child was born....

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Malaysia Blog 3 by Dr. Saadia Mian

Five days after arriving in Malaysia, we took a 24-hour trip to Singapore to visit different teaching institutes. After an almost two hour flight, we went first to visit an organization called MIJ (My Islamic Journey). It is the only school for children with special needs in Singapore and was...

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2015: A Year in Review

Al-salāmu ‘alaykum,   On January 5th, 2012, a website was launched to create community between Muslim women. The website, initially created for the purposes of coordinating lectures around the United States and United Kingdom, would soon blossom into Rabata as we know it today: an officially recognized nonprofit and a...

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Pilgrims at Home 2015: Top Ten Winners!

Dearest Pilgrims At Home, The best ten days of the year came upon us and hopefully we all seized the opportunity to acquire as many good deeds, rewards and blessings as we could! May Allah accept all the efforts of the Pilgrims At Home and may He grant us forgiveness...

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Project Lina comes to Minnesota!

At long last, we will be holding a Project Lina Workshop for female converts in St. Paul, Minnesota! Join Anse Tamara for this weekend workshop, which includes entertainment and a homemade turkey dinner. Saturday, Dec 6th (9am-3pm) Sunday, Dec 7th (5pm) All female converts to Islam welcome! $20 course fee...

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Pilgrims at Home 2014

Pilgrims at Home is Rabata’s annual ibadah competition, wherein teams of 5 participants compete to partake in as much ibadah as possible. The competition takes place over the first 10 days of the month of Dhul-Hijjah, in solidarity with the pilgrims who are simultaneously performing the Hajj pilgrimage in the...

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Broken Hearts

roken heart syndrome is a medical term for someone who had few risk factors for heart disease and was previously healthy before a physical weakening of the heart due to emotional stress.  Often considered the stuff of literature, science today recognizes that our physical hearts are affected by great trauma...

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