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Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

tells us in the noble Qur’an that when we “hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together,” we are

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

 

 

her , to help her fellow community members.

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

tells us in the noble Qur’an that when we “hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together,” we are

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

 

 

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

tells us in the noble Qur’an that when we “hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together,” we are

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

come together as a community, motivated towards action. In our second story, “Unity in

Community,” Amira visits Masjid al-Muslimeen and sees that it is within her hands and, in fact,

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

tells us in the noble Qur’an that when we “hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together,” we are

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

 

 

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

tells us in the noble Qur’an that when we “hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together,” we are

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

 

 

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

 

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we

 

 

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by its belief in Islam.

Why should we aspire to unity? In this book, we give two important reasons. First, Allah (SWT)

 

stronger and able to achieve greater results. But if we choose to differ and dispute amongst

ourselves, then Allah (SWT) says we “lose courage and then [our] strength would depart.” When

united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea

of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others

toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together,” we

show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between

the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

Secondly, one way to build unity is to nurture empathy in our hearts. Empathy involves putting

aside differences and coming together for a common purpose. In Islam, we are constantly taught

to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not

just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet

Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are

like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with wakefulness and fever.”

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Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

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Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that

we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an

ummah

, united by it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unity is the state of being joined as a whole. In Islam, Allah (SWT) and the prophets taught that we are not individuals alone, but part of a greater nation, an ummah, united by its belief in Islam.

When united within the ummah of Islam, we gain a sense of belonging and strength. However, this idea of strength in unity extends beyond the Muslim ummah as well. In our daily life, uniting with others toward a greater goal is a powerful force. In our first story, “Play Together, Stay Together," we show this by highlighting the importance of teamwork during a high-stakes soccer game between the Northport Sailors and the Red Dragons.

In Islam, we are constantly taught to think of others, not just ourselves. When we recite Surah Al-Fatihah in our prayers, we are not just supplicating for ourselves, but rather using the collective ‘we’ in our du’a. Prophet Mohammed (SAW) said, “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are like one body. When one of the limbs hurts, the whole body reacts with  wakefulness and fever.” We must look past our own interests and look to the needs of everyone else. Only then can we come together as a community, motivated towards action. In our second story, “Unity in Community,” Amira visits Masjid al-Muslimeen and sees that it is within her hands and, in fact, her responsibility, to help her fellow community members.