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Let’s Learn from Ants

Hajj is essentially a religious worship for Muslims. Millions of Muslims who are physically and financially able come from all over the world to perform Hajj and obey Allah’s order. Hajj is known as one of the largest gatherings in the world. Muslims perform Hajj in

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We Should Give Freedom to Girls

We Should Give Freedom to Girls

In my opinion, girls should have the freedom of speech. Girls in rural areas are often not allowed to pursue education because their parents are overly possessive. When parents do allow their daughters to study, they often demand that schools provide female teachers. Historically, our ancestors

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Our Forefathers’ Thoughts about Giving Education

Our ancestors believed that sons should be the main heads or bosses of the household, responsible for all duties and expenses. In contrast, they viewed daughters as only suitable for domestic work. This mindset has persisted through generations, with few efforts made to change it. This

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Eid ul Adha

Muslims around the world celebrate Eid ul Adha, also known as “The Festival of Sacrifice,” as a significant religious holiday. It commemorates the willingness of the Prophet Ibrahim AS to sacrifice his son, Ismail, as an act of obedience to God’s command. On the day of

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The story of a brave girl.

Long ago, in a village far away, lived a girl named Areeba. She was known for her strength and courage, always facing life’s challenges head-on. Areeba harbored a dream of becoming a doctor one day, driven by her desire to serve others. However, in her village,

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Self-Reflection on personal Growth

Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Aqsa who felt stuck in her life. Despite possessing wealth, status, and a thriving career, she was discontent with her job, her relationship, and even herself. Constantly stressed and anxious, she felt as though she was

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“Which rights should the girls in my grade have?”

“Which rights should the girls in my grade have?” By; Humaira Talib Human rights are moral principles that establish certain standards of human behavior. These rights encompass education, employment, property ownership, freedom of speech and movement, and safety. The relationship between parents and children is intertwined,

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Art Exhibition & Food Stall

Art Exhibition & Food Stall By; Kiran Shehzadi Today, at my college, was art exhibition day. Different types of stalls were present, including the mehndi stall, painting stall, crispy sphere stall, bangles stall, and patties (samosas) stall. With this, there was also an art exhibition in

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Eid-Ul-Fitr

Eid-Ul-Fitr By; Sonia Khan Eid is a religious festival that Muslims all over the world celebrate. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. After (29 or 30 days) of fasting, Eid is the first day after that month when Muslims do not fast

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Superstitious beliefs in my Culture

Superstitious believe in my Culture

Superstitious believe in my Culture By; Kiran Shehzadi The ways of life, including arts, beliefs, and institutions, of a population that are passed down through generations, are called culture. I live in Punjab, so my culture is Punjabi. In my culture, people find their commonalities in

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