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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Naghmana Ahmed-Sherazi

Naghmana Ahmed-Sherazi moved to Spokane about four years ago with her son. Coming from a huge bustling metropolis like Houston with its varied and diverse micro-cultural communities, she said it was interesting to see people's reactions when they met her or her son. She said she has so far loved living in Spokane with its four seasons and unique landscape. Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, she has had the good fortune of travelling since an early age and has had education on four different continents. She considers herself a global citizen.

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Ask A Muslim: Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

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My Memories of Ramadan

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Faith Leaders Speak Out, Pray for Spokane Valley’s Healing

About 40 people gathered at the entrance to the City of Spokane Valley Council chambers during the late afternoon on Tuesday. Members of the group Faith Leaders, Leaders of Conscience, along with representatives of the Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Christian faiths gathered to perform a vigil and mourn the damage done to the City of Spokane Valley's reputation by the recent xenophobic, racist comments and behaviors indulged in by Representative Matt Shea of the 4th Legislative District.

Ask A Muslim: Islamic Holidays

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Ask A Muslim: Day of Judgment

According to Islam, the signs of the Day of Judgment are divided into three: Past, Present, and Future.

Ask A Muslim: Why do you pray to Allah?

The question is rhetorical – I could easily answer with just, 'why do Christians pray to God?’

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