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State of the Ummah

Looking at the news today can be an extremely difficult and heartbreaking process, especially as a Muslim and seeing the extreme horrors and tragedies that are befalling our brothers and…

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Muslims in Media – A Reflection

Through the collaborative efforts between NYM Ink,  the UofS MSA, and CMCO Muslim Chaplaincy, our Saskatoon community was able to bring “Muslims in Media”, an interactive workshop that challenged Islamophobia…

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Nine Months of Trump

November marks nine months since Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States. Those who reside in the United States can attest to the discrimination they have…

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The Choice

Anti-Muslim groups blocked an entrance on February 17 during the Friday prayer at a Toronto mosque. This is indisputable evidence that Islamophobia is, in fact, real. As Muslims, our role…

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Muslim Nation within Education | Supporting Someone through an Islamophobic Attack

[apw_alert show_close=”” type=”default” large=”” header=””]This is the 8th post in the Muslim Nation within Education series written by a group of younger NYM iNK sisters who are currently in high school. This…

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Muslim Nation within Education | Combating Islamophobia in High School 

[apw_alert show_close=”” type=”default” large=”” header=””]This is the 7th post in the Muslim Nation within Education series written by a group of younger NYM iNK sisters who are currently in high school. This…

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Awakening Muslimah voices, uniting the ummah of our time – Millennial Muslimahs

[apw_alert show_close=”” type=”success” large=”” header=””]This past summer we announced the launch of NYM INK’s very first sisters’ podcast, Millennial Muslimahs, with a special Ramadan episode. Now we’re back with a…

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Tackling Islamophobia: A Dawah Perspective

Whenever you hear of an incident involving Muslims on the news, you get the typical array of responses from Muslims in the community and around the world. The issue facing…

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