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Fatima’s Message

Fatima al-Zahraa is beyond human comprehension–her story is too lofty for my pen but I write with wishes and hope I can attain a fraction of her heart’s recognition These words do no justice to the Lady of Light but I write with every ounce of my heart and hope …

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What We Have Become

In a world that tends to become more materialistic with each passing day, poverty is often defined and understood as an economic and financial state in which a person or an entity survives with limited resources. Keeping this definition in mind, it becomes relatively easy to define who is poor …

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Patience – A Formidable Weapon

Modern society is keen on imprinting the idea of man as a progressive creature, albeit from a limited framework that only accounts for the material. In this heart-throbbing, fast-paced and sometimes inundated environment we see ourselves overburdened with the problems of the world, with material desires, with meeting social standards …

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The Martyrdom of Fatima

Brandishing their torches They stood outside her home “Come out; plead thy allegiance!” We want power for our own. The assailants pounded even harder And against the door they thrust Between the wall and entrance Our flower, she was crushed. The assault, it wasn’t over, Of that lady, mild and …

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