Fouz e Zainab

Fouz e Zainab is a revert from the Ahle Sunnah (Sunni) to the Shia sect of Islam and serves multiple different Islamic events and organizations. She has won an award for her film on the Arbaeen walk and conducted presentations on Wilayat al-Faqih, problems faced by practicing Muslim women in the West and how Imam Khomeni inspired her. Some of her other interests include painting and writing.

My Arbaeen Walk Travelogue: ‘This Was Our Training Ground’ 

In the Name of God Most Gracious Most Merciful In November 2017, I was fortunate enough to be one of around 14 million followers of Imam Husayn (a) who participated in the Arbaeen pilgrimage in Iraq. The journey from the City of Najaf to Karbala was through the Iraqi countryside. It was a difficult walk, …

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Book review: The Voice of Human Justice

Author: George Jordac Translator: Muhammad Fazal Haq Publisher: Al-Khoei Foundation The Voice of Human Justice is about the impeccable personality of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (a). It has been translated in high quality easy-to-understand English, and is overall an easy read. Truly a thought-provoking book. I picked this particular book to read because I …

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