The Sacrifice

“There are seven days left until Eid - ul Adha,” said Yusuf’s father, early Friday morning as he folded the newspaper and set it aside. “We need to decide when to buy a goat.” “Why don’t we all go to the barn where goats are being sold?” his wife said thoughtfully, and Yusuf jumped up... Continue Reading →

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The Orphan’s Hero

Two tears dropped onto the pavement, where a little boy was sitting. His gaze blurred and wandered as he looked up to see a group of kids playing a game that would have seemed exciting to him. But he felt so broken-hearted that he could only stare at them. The Adhan sounded in the distance,... Continue Reading →

The Eid List

Nawal had completed the list of books that she wanted to buy. This time, she knew that she would spend her Eid money very carefully. She also knew that she would probably get a lot of money. Her family was spending the Eid with Aunt Aliah, Uncle Salman, and her grandparents. ‘All in all,’ calculated... Continue Reading →

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