Monthly Archives: December 2016

Sadeeqi 3 – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Authors:  The 3rd year female students of Darul Khair – Madrassah Aisha Siddiqah Description: Darul Khair- Madrassah Aishah Siddiqah is a South African Islamic school whose third year students decided to write fun Islamic activity books…

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Work at Home Worries

Bismillah, Since I can remember, I have met a couple of men (uncles and friends from Africa) who think that women should only stay home and not have a job out of the house. Of course, this opinion never sat … Continue reading

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SISTERS READS: Generation M, New Muslims New Style

  Written by Shelina Janmohamed. Reviewed by Papatia Feauxzar. Published by I.B. Tauris Shelina Zahra Janmohamed, British author of award winning Love in a Headscarf and vice president of the Islamic Branding consultancy Ogilvy Noor, has just released her new … Continue reading

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Chains — Hayati Magazine

“One of the Vice Presidents is quite infatuated with you,” the server said close to her ear. “I’m not interested. I’m married,” the ebony girl replied with a haughty air, whipping her pony tail about. The server girl sighed and … Continue reading

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