Monthly Archives: September 2018

Fofky’s Kitchen Book Review: Tastes of the Ivory Coast

Originally posted on Ramblings of an unconventional Muslimah:
You can catch the Shoki, the Shaku Shaku, and the Azonto dance crazes on any wedding video on YouTube. Queens are wrapped tight in their Gele headwear.  Men are donning their colorful…

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PRESS RELEASE : ‘FOFKY’S KITCHEN’ BY PAPATIA FEAUXZAR

THE FIRST IVORIAN COOKBOOK IN ENGLISH DALLAS, TX — September 30th, 2018. DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING has officially released Fofky’s Kitchen : Easy Ivorian Recipes for Traditional and Street Foods by Ivorian American Author Papatia Feauxzar. About the Book Fofky’s Kitchen … Continue reading

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Reading Journal by Shoohada Khanom – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Summary: An easy-to-use journal to keep track of reading. With 115 pages to make note of books being read, there’s space to write the date, title, author, number of pages, and new words. 5 bonus…

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Review—Communicating with Allah by Bassem Saeh

Originally posted on Muslim Reads:
Once upon a time, Bassem Saeh was asked to speak at an event about prayer (salah). When the time came, he rushed up to the podium and hurriedly read a few verses and a couple…

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Where Are Muslim Women Spaces Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II by Papatia Feauxzar Bismillah. Our beloved Prophet (sallallahu aleihi wassalam) said, “If the wife of any one of you seeks permission to go to the Mosque, he may not prevent her.” (Sahih…

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Where Are Muslim Women Spaces in Mosques?

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part I Written by Saadia Haq The theme for this collab is much closer to heart as it voices the issues focusing on the Muslim women’s role and participation in religious institutions and specifically…

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