Izdihar Bailey: I Found the Best For Me

“I am a U.S. citizen, a registered voter, and an American Muslim. I’m a convert to Islam, from a military family, who now works in politics as a lobbyist – probably not what most people expect.”

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Izdihar Bailey

Masoud Juya: A Life in Service to Humanity

“I think undertaking the Ph.D. program at this time in my life is the most significant strategic goal I am pursuing to serve human and humanity in the long run. Service to humanity is the only path that if you die on, you would never regret, regardless of what religion you believe in.”

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Masoud Juya

MALA Hosts Multi-City Series of Iftar Dinners

Ramadan 2018 was a busy time for MALA! We loved breaking fast with so many friends at so many Iftar tables. We kicked off our MALA Iftar series with a festive dinner meet-up on May 23 in Chicago. MALA friends and newcomers converged at the popular fast-casual destination I Dream of Falafel. Since Ramadan is a […]

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Congressional Iftar

Afrina Khan: Journey to Wholeness

Afrina Khan found her passion as a certified holistic health counselor. She trained in more than 100 different dietary theories, from all the new-age, raw food, and vegan movements to ancient traditions like Ayurveda and the work of Dr. Weston Price. She also trained in a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods such as stress […]

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Afrina Khan

Iftar Memories

This Ramadan, MALA hosted a series of Iftar parties in Chicago, Washington, DC, and New York City. We loved making new friends and breaking fast with old ones! MALA intern Farah Harb participated in our May 23 Iftar meet-up in Chicago and chatted with attendees about their favorite Iftar memories and traditions. As we finish the […]

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Iftar Memories