I’ve been really busy recently, and as a result, my book list has been ignored. I’ve had an ever-growing pile of books which I optimistically purchased, but never got around to actually reading. When I found out I had two weeks off between semesters, I promised myself I would dig in. Alas, less than a… Continue reading Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
So with mom gone for Umrah to Saudi Arabia, Dad expecting dinner ready at aftaar time, my brother hungry after a hard day at work, and a bunch of friends coming over, I had little time to relax and even less time to cook! I needed something simple, easy, and delicious. It had to filling… Continue reading Running the Kitchen – Day 2 (Zucchini Corn Pancakes!)
“To Muslim Americans across our country and to more than one billion Muslims around the world, I extend my best wishes on this holy month.” – Barack Obama August 13th, 2010 – The President hosts an Iftar at the White House & Talks About the Ground Zero Mosque Obama’s stirring speech is going to hit… Continue reading Obama+Muslims = Celebrating Ramadan?
I have a goal in life. I want to make a difference in the world, no matter how miniscule. I want to leave a mark, my mark. My name is Zainab Khawaja, and though I am Pakistani, I was born in Saudi Arabia and raised in the Unites States. I moved to Pakistan in June… Continue reading Why Pakistan was good for me: