The 2010 Brass Crescent Awards have been announced. Al-Miskeenah finally won!
Voting is open for the Brass Crescent Awards. It’s a great time to check out all the interesting new sites that have popped up over the last year. All the contestants in the media category are all very cool, particularly 30 Mosques in 30 Days, Muslims Wearing Things, and Muslim365, the recent resurrection of the… More Brass Crescent Awards 2010
The Brass Crescent Awards 2010 are now open for nominations.
Eid Mubarak, Selamat Hari Raya Korban! The 6th Annual Brass Crescent Awards have been announced. Congratulations to all the winners. If you haven’t subscribed yet to Islam in China, Muslimah Media Watch and Seekers Guidance, you ought to do it right now. I’m very happy to be mentioned along with Folio, Al-Miskeenah, and the Manrilla,… More Brass Crescent Awards
At first, you do it every day, sometimes even twice a day. As time goes by, it is less and less frequent until after many years, once or twice a month feels like a big accomplishment. Blogging! I’m talking about blogging of course. Although my blogging schedule has gotten more and more infrequent, I’ve never… More Hidup Segan Mati Tak Mau
Nominations are open for the annual Brass Crescent blog awards organized by AltMuslim and City of Brass. Hurry on down and nominate your favorites. There’s even a brand new category for Best South/Southeast Asia Blog! *cough cough*
Aziz Poonwalla has a very nice site called Unmedia, which he strips down to just religious issues at Shia Pundit. I stumbled onto his site through an ugly altercation over at ismailroyer.blogspot.com. It’s great to find a well-written site from a muslim perspective that is fully engaged with American culture and unafraid to honestly critique… More Muslim Bloggers