BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Subaita Rahman

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“What would you do if your kid was gay?” The question lingers heavily in the air between all of us like pungent perfume.
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“What would you do if your kid was gay?” The question lingers heavily in the air between all of us like pungent perfume.
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There are two lollipops on the ground: one neatly wrapped and one opened and covered with ants crawling all over it.
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There are two lollipops on the ground: one neatly wrapped and one opened and covered with ants crawling all over it.
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The topic of dating and romance is uncharted territory for a lot of Muslim families, especially for many of us who have immigrant parents.
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The topic of dating and romance is uncharted territory for a lot of Muslim families, especially for many of us who have immigrant parents.
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Everyone’s relationship with God is different, but people somehow think that I also need to speak for all that falls under Islam.
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Everyone’s relationship with God is different, but people somehow think that I also need to speak for all that falls under Islam.
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Hijabs are statements, yes. However, though they’re seen to many as symbols of oppression, they really are just symbols of our religion.
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Hijabs are statements, yes. However, though they’re seen to many as symbols of oppression, they really are just symbols of our religion.
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Nabra Hassanen was walking from the typical Ramadan morning meal — what we call suhoor — to her local Virginia masjid when disaster struck.
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Nabra Hassanen was walking from the typical Ramadan morning meal — what we call suhoor — to her local Virginia masjid when disaster struck.
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I stumbled upon a meme and took a good three minutes to chuckle at it and read the comments.
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I stumbled upon a meme and took a good three minutes to chuckle at it and read the comments.
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Nowadays, I participate in Ramadan because I look at the month as a sort of juice cleanse for the soul.
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Nowadays, I participate in Ramadan because I look at the month as a sort of juice cleanse for the soul.
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Whether you visit a town riddled with Islamophobia or the most liberal cosmopolitan, Muslims have to deal with daily reminders of how they are different.
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Whether you visit a town riddled with Islamophobia or the most liberal cosmopolitan, Muslims have to deal with daily reminders of how they are different.
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