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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Muslim Bloggers Needed at the Dharma Deen Alliance

The Dharma Deen Alliance, a blog intended to promote harmony and dialogue between Hindus and Muslims, is in need of Muslim writers to create more balance on the blog. From the guidelines:
Two priority topics that need to be addressed are Multiplicity in the Divine (ie. the 99 names of Allah) and Women’s Rights in Islam. 
If someone is interested in writing but not necessarily on these two subjects, other possible topics include music/ghazals, the importance of giving to charity, scientific facts backed up by the Quran, treatment of animals, namaz, human rights and equality, etc. Suggestions are also welcome.
The blog owners are also seeking tweets that include quotes from Muslim figures, short verses from the Qur'an or the hadiths, and other material.

There is no mention of pay in the guidelines.

For more information, continue reading here.

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