Author Archives: Papatia

About Papatia

Papatia Feauxzar is an Author and Muslim Publisher who holds a Master degree in Accounting with a concentration in Personal Finance. She now works from home alhamdullilah. You can visit her website at www.djarabikitabs.com or her sister's website www.fofkys.com

3 Books by Muslim Women to Inspire You in Marriage and Life

Muslim women continue to unveil their true identities to the unbeknownst outside world which concluded what they are is simply oppressed and staid. Here are three poignant anthologies that work to dispel the prejudice, show the Muslim woman’s pride, reclaim … Continue reading

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Review: 1441 AH

Originally posted on The Imperfect Muslimah:
I was sent an electronic version of this planner in exchange for sharing my honest thoughts about it. I am mad over planners. Everyone and their grandmother knows that if you show me a…

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Ready for Ramadan 2019 : A Countdown and Review of Some Ramadan Books

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Besides my personal stack of Ramadan books for children, I was surprised to find over twenty books dealing with Ramadan at my local library. They were written by Muslims and non-Muslims. While I was…

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In The Footsteps of Khadijah al-Kubra (RA) — A Guide to Muslim Women and Mompreneurs

Khadijah al-Kubra رضي الله عنها born Khadijah bint Khuwalid was a modest, noble woman, business savvy female, single mother who became the first companion of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. A woman who received salams from al-Khaliq is engrossing and intriguing, at least to … Continue reading

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A Ducktrinor Mom Featured in Dallas Child!

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! We made the Mommy Fails Moment in DFW Child AKA Collin Child! Oops… Check it out below! ~ A Ducktrinor Mom ~

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1441 AH (August 2019 – August 2020)

Assalamu aleikum! Looking for reviewers for the next Muslim year insha’Allah. If interested, please email bookmanager@djarabikitabs.com . Amazon link : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1947148230   Jazakh’Allah khair and wassalam, Papatya*

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Opposing Education For Muslim Women and Girls Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Collab Part II: By Papatia Feauxzar In part I, my co-author spoke to length about the miseducation of the Muslim woman when education has always been an Islamic right for both men and women.…

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Opposing Education For Muslim Women and Girls

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Collab Part I: By Saadia Haq? Education is crucial for human development and no one can deny its importance in today’s times. The realm of education not only helps communities to realise their full…

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A Video of Rumki Chowdhury’s Unveiled

Read more on YouTube here. Check out the press release.

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“Mommy, Who Is Allah? Al-Khaliq” Has Been Translated!

“Alhamdulillah, “Mommy, Who Is Allah?” is now, translated into Arabic, Urdu, Spanish, German, French and Turkish. Subhanah Allah, I’m so excited that children around the world will begin learning about Allah in a simple manner. I hope they will find … Continue reading

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Top 6 Most Influential Muslim Youth You Should Know About

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
? In the US, about 99% of Muslim children attend public schools. However, a great majority of them face identity issues, disconnection from their faith and an erasure of influential Muslim role models to look up to…

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Interview with Umm Juwayriyah, creator of the first Muslim Fiction App

Originally posted on The Muslim Write:
Umm Juwayriyah, MA is the: – 2018 Highlights Foundation Fellow – #MuslimGirlsReader Founder and – New England Muslim Sisters Association Editor-in-Chief She is also the author of the As Sabr Publications Best Sellers: The…

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Aung San Suu Kyi Facing The Music On Rohingya Genocide — The Human Lens

Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi that was once hailed for being the brave freedom fighter that stood against her country’s strong military junta enjoyed the privilege of being an apple of the eye for the west world. … Continue reading

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A Wan(on)derer’s Roots

In the name of The Finder I don’t know where my roots are in dunya Today I’m an American And a Turkish wife Yesterday, I was an Ivorian because of the melting pot of African countries found in this unique … Continue reading

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Open the Door to a Wealthier Life: An Islamic Perspective on Personal Finances and Investing – A Review

Open the Door to a Wealthier Life: An Islamic Perspective on Personal Finances and Investing by Farhan Khalid is in a nutshell a crash course on finance basics to live a more satisfying life wealth wise. Khalid is a Chicagoan business analyst with … Continue reading

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Muslim Mums in Business – Djarabi Kitabs Publishing and Fofky’s

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
My Muslim Mums in Business series focus’s on inspirational Muslim women, who are balancing the art of motherhood along with running businesses. ? Please introduce yourself and your business. I go under the pen name of…

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The Sandhills of Arabia

The Sandhills of Arabia by American Muslim convert Laila Hasib is a Muslim young adult story of about 100 pages. A quick read, it’s intriguing and to the point. The writing is crisp and witty. Hasib leaves no stones un-turned when … Continue reading

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A Couple Tips

After the honeymoon phase passes, it’s hard at times to stay the hopeless romantics in a marriage. Some couples discover there are asexual. Other become obsessed with intimacy and many don’t even bother with it. It has become a chore … Continue reading

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Miss Hayati: Is Bringing Up Past Arguments Healthy For A Marriage?

Miss Hayati is a new BellaNaija Style series that explores the mysterious and the seemingly impenetrable world of young West African Muslim women. Headlined by four alternating writers: Fatima Togbe, Papatia Feauxzar, Maryam Salam and Ismath Lauriano, the goal is … Continue reading

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Imagine, by Shoohada Khanom

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
“Could we talk about something interesting? While we’re trying to get some rest?” “Okay, Yunus,” Saarah replied. Plucking something from the top of her head.   Imagine by Shoohada Khanom, is a children’s picture-book geared…

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