Monthly Archives: August 2017

Book Review: “Ramadan without Daddy” by Misbah Akhtar.

Originally posted on A Muslimah's writings:
“Ramadan without Daddy” by Misbah Akhtar is a book aimed at kids whose parents are not together anymore.? This book is different and is targeted at a specific audience. Divorce is difficult for…

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Book review: “Who could I Be?” by Shoohada Khanom

Originally posted on A Muslimah's writings:
“Who could I be?” by Shoohada Khanom is such a cute and adorable book Ma sha Allah. I totally loved reading it.? It is full of rhyming sentences, has beautiful sound words(onomatopoeia), cute…

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Top Writing Tips by Muslim Authors #03

Originally posted on Islamopedia:
We got 5 tips for the price of 3 with our next author, the wonderful Misbah Akhtar. She has the debut Blog Tour of her book ‘Ramadan without Daddy’ taking place from 7th Aug – 11th…

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Book Review – Ramadan without Daddy

Originally posted on Islamopedia:
Title: Ramadan without Daddy Author: Misbah Akhtar Publishers: Djarabi Kitabs Publications Ramadan without Daddy is a story of a young family who learn to live without Daddy around because Mummy and Daddy have separated and divorced.…

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Mommy Who Is Allah? – Coming Soon

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Learning about Allah, The Gift of His Names and Attributes.

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? I converted to Islam in 1999. Just a couple of months prior to my 30th birthday. I came from a Christian (Texas Bible Belt) background and was quite familiar with…

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Review: Ramadan Without Daddy

Originally posted on The Imperfect Muslimah:
Ramadan Without Daddy was written by Misbah Akhtar and illustrated by Vicky Amrullah. It was published by Djarabi Kitabs and is available here. This story is one that I would have loved to have…

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Blog Tour for ‘Ramadan without Daddy’ by Misbah Akhtar

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Protected: US Muslim Women Launch Specialized Online Businesses

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Muslim Transgenders in Islamic Nations Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part ii: Written by Papatia Feauxzar The messenger of Allah said : “Allah the Almighty has laid down religious duties, so do not neglect them. He has set boundaries, so do not over step…

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Book Review: Imagine

Originally posted on Stoori Khan:
“Imagine” is a beautiful children’s book written by Shoohada Khanom and published by Djarabi Kitabs Publishing. This book revolves around 2 children, Yunus and Saarah. It’s bedtime and Yunus asks Saarah whether they can talk…

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Book Review: Little Blue Skater Boy

Originally posted on Stoori Khan:
Little Blue Skater Boy” is a Muslim fiction children’s story book inspired by “Little Red Riding Hood” and we can say, it’s Muslim version of it, written by Shoohada Khanom and published by Djarabi Kitabs…

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Free eBook! Take advantage :)

– If you live in a country or zone where the title is not available, please change your address to a USA address and your country to USA. Then, you can download the story. When you are done, you can … Continue reading

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Muslim Transgenders in Islamic Nations

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part I, Written by Saadia Haq of The Human Lens As the title goes, this is quite a stirring topic in Muslim communities and Islamic nations where transgenders live in deplorable and inhumane conditions…

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