Six days, six contributors, six different flavours of IJTEMA.

SUN Manas An average Indian Muslim. His personal blog can be found at Reflections.
MON HalalTube
Bringing you the latest in Islamic video.
TUE Faraz A technology consultant based out of the beautiful city of Ottawa, the capital of Canada. His (much neglected) blog can be found here.
WED Teakster Muslim Artist extraordinaire and Ijtema’s new Islamic Arts Editor.
THU gess She is an avid reader, which can be easily interpreted from her personal blog at All history as reconstruction of the past is of course myth.
FRI Local Khateeb Jumu’ah is our day off, so you will have to rely on him for your daily dose of Islam!
SAT iMuslim iMuslim loves her iPod – and most things Apple, in fact. This, together with her podcasting experience, has made her Audio editor. Check out her blog here.

Other Contributors:

Ahmad (a.k.a. “founding father” of Ijtema): Born and raised in one of the most unlikely places in India to live in, Bihar, this guy has gone a long way from his initial introvert nature, thanks to blogging. He is an Internet obsessed freak who aims to make his living from it one day and settle down in Antarctica. In real life, he is a final year engineering student.

Mummyjaan: Stay-at-home mother from India, currently living on the beautiful “Emerald Isle” with two tyrannical little girls. She’s trying to raise them to be good human beings.

Previous Contributors:

Unique Muslimah: Unique content by a unique muslimah born and raised in the West, but of Middle-Eastern origin. Unique propagates Muslim women’s rights and wants to make a change. Her attempts to do so can be found here.

Mushir: Originally born in Gujarat, India, Mushir lived in the Middle East for 18 years before moving to Chicago for education. Only recently has he has changed his focus in life to Islam. Recent events in his life have been a reawakening, and he now feels Allah has reached out to him in bringing him closer. You can visit his blog at BELIEVER.

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