Society
3 Things About Islamic Calligraphy That Will Blow Your Mind
Society
5 Interesting Things I Realized as a Singaporean Student Studying in Jordan
As a Singaporean studying in Irbid, Jordan, I am often asked about the differences between our host country and Singapore. I am sure my peers will agree with me on this. Normally these questions would delve into the differences about the people, cuisines, the currencies and the weather. It is common knowledge that countries in the Middle East are predominantly Muslim. For Singaporean Muslims studying there, our shared belief of Islam links us together with these communities. After spending my childhood and teenage years in Singapore, and now studying in Jordan, I have made some observations that highlight both commonalities and differences between the two countries.
Faith
The Significance of Hari Raya Aidiladha
Singapore Muslims centre themselves on Allah during Hari Raya Aidiladha, also known as Hari Raya Haji.
Society
7 mosques worth exploring for Friday prayers this National Day
The SUPER LONG weekend is finally here! As we look forward to the lit weekend celebrating our nation’s birthday plus Hari Raya Aidiladha for our Muslim friends, we can foresee mosques all over Singapore to be super packed for Friday prayers (especially those located within big housing estates) But DID YOU KNOW, there are still some mosques around which may not be as crowded as most others? Since it’s a public holiday, why not explore these mosques! Check out this list of seven mosques you can explore to perform your Friday prayers this week.
Faith
4 Sunnah Acts for Zulhijjah, Especially the Day of Arafah
For many of us who are not performing our Hajj this year, how can we reap the benefits of this blessed month, these blessed ten days, and most importantly, the day of Arafah?  The following are some of the acts that we can perform to gain the merits of these blessed days.
Faith
5 Things You Need To Know About Past Muslims in Singapore Bicentennial
As Singapore commemorates our bicentennial in 2019, let us look back on how and why Muslims in the past chose Singapore as their home and raised their families in this multicultural island city-state.
Faith
What is the Day of Arafah?
The day of Arafah falls on the 9th day of Zulhijjah, which is the 12th month in the annual Islamic Calendar, based on the lunar cycle. The day of Arafah is known to have many names, which signify the following:
Inspiring Muslims
3 Things to Know about The Story of Hudaibiyah
One way to learn and understand better the history of Islam is to re-read and relate historical events with our daily lives by asking ourselves, “how can we benefit from it?” I personally think one of the most remarkable events of the Prophet’s life would be the story of ‘The Treaty of Hudaibiyah’ (Sulhul Hudaibiyah). It was a pivotal treaty that took place between the Muslim community of Madinah and the Quraish of Makkah in a place called Hudaibiyah. This treaty bears such significance as it eventually led to the opening of Makkah (Fathul Makkah).
Society
5 Significant Reflections to Make the Best of Our Youth
Youth has always been a focal point of discussion in the question of society’s future. As stated by the National Youth Council, the official age for youth in Singapore are those from the age of 15 to 34 years old. As the world’s population grows younger, inevitably youth are expected to play a more significant part in society. youth are often tasked to creatively find solutions and manage problems faced by youth, themselves.
Inspiring Muslims
4 Powerful Stories in the Quran About the Role of a Father
Fathers play an important role in their child’s development. Like mothers, their involvement in their child’s life ensures that their child has a holistic and wholesome upbringing.
Society
Can Muslims Live in a Non-Muslim Country?
The idea of hijrah or migration has a special place in the history of Muslims. It denotes the flight of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. and the early Muslims to Medina to take refuge from persecution in the then pagan Mecca. 
Faith
Takbir Hari Raya
Society
Three Women; Three Voices for the Community
“My biggest hope is for the Muslim community to embrace the spirit of Islam, which is to be a helping hand to one another."
Travel
10 Powerful Duas and Prayers for Travelling
It’s time for a school term break again and some of us have already planned a short getaway to relax and explore the beauty of this world and its people. 
Society
6 Things Every Muslim Should Know About Fake News
The Qur’an has outlined a useful guide for us in this climate. It urges us to leave or discard information that we are unsure of.
5 Beautiful Dua for You This Ramadan
These are some dua that we can make in this blessed month of Ramadan.
Faith
4 Powerful Lessons from Isra’ Mi’raj
The miraculous journey of Isra’ Mi’raj has significant lessons that are relevant and timely for us to internalise and practise.
Travel
How to Pray When You Are Travelling on a Plane
Every year, almost everyone looks forward to the month of December. For working adults, this is the perfect time to clear our annual leave, take a break from our work and perhaps, go for a short trip or two to appreciate the beauty of the world. 
4 Ways to Internalise the Essence of Fasting
What is the significance of Ramadan?
Inspiring Muslims
The Power of Intention in Islam: 3 Things You Need to Know
Indeed, when we are aware of the intentions of our actions and goals, it helps us to be objective. With intentions, we tend to be more conscious of the things that will help us to achieve our goals and things that hinder them. Our intentions also help direct us on what needs to be done and how things should be done. This reflects our principles and values.