Author Archives: Papatia

About Papatia

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

Rajab Book Club Recap

Assalamu aleikum, Please read here -> https://www.fofkys.com/post/rajab-book-club-recap Thank you, Papatya*

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Single & Searching and The In-Law Factor — Hayati Magazine | EN

Bismillah, When searching for a spouse, the family one is marrying into should also be looked into. For instance, there is an adage in Africa that says, “If you don’t know the village, you will marry the witch.” Upon closely … Continue reading

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Jumada-II Book Club Pick & Another Anticipated Read

Assalamu aleikum Bloggers and Readers! Read here -> : https://www.fofkys.com/post/jumada-ii-book-club Thank you and masalam,

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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: COVID-19, Muslims & Islamic Perspectives

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II, By Papatia Feauxzar Bismillah, Islamic History tell us of many teachings to take away when facing a plague. The first and widely known hadith from our Prophet (ﷺ) said, “If you hear…

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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: COVID-19, Muslims & Islamic Perspectives

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is the latest humanitarian crises that has united our world and countries are battling this new threat to human life and our survival. This is a special feature…

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In Conversation with Papatia Feauxzar: Author, Barista and Publisher

Originally posted on The Muslim Write:
Papatia Feauxzar is the Founder of Djarabi Kitabs Publishing and Fofky’s. An American author, barista, and publisher of African descent, she lives in Dallas, Texas with her family. Feauxzar is also a practicing accountant…

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Review: The Certified Accountant by Papatia Feauxzar

Originally posted on The Muslim Write:
This book is a perfect mixture of crime, religion, hurt, struggles… Cover photo of The Certified Accountant, a novel by Papatia Feauxzar This Crime Thriller takes us on an adventure that is the life…

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Jumada-I Book Club Recap

Assalamu aleikum! You can read the full post here. Thank you,

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Rabi-II 1442 Book Club Recap

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Superheroes of Islam: Abu Bakr As-Siddiq رضي الله عنه — A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! Author: Ammar Kidwai Illustrator: Qamer Khatri Summary: “Superheroes of Islam” is a book series that portrays the lives of past Muslim Heroes through the lenses of a young author. The book series…

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Rabi-I 1442 Book Club Pick — A Review & A Discussion

Please read -> https://www.fofkys.com/post/rabi-i-1442-book-club-pick-a-review-a-discussion Shukran and masalam,

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Tips for Former Working Mothers Returning to the Workforce or Thinking of Leaving the Workforce — Hayati Magazine | EN

Bismillah, In the early 2000s, I remember watching an episode of Desperate Housewives where the character of Lynette with the sharp business acumen quits corporate to become a stay-home mom because she is so in love. 43 more words Tips for … Continue reading

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Safar 1442 Book Club Pick — A Review & A Short Discussion

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Five Things To Check Before Wanting An Interracial Relationship — Hayati Magazine | EN

A man can be from East and his wife from West yet you will find love between them, this is a sign from signs of Allāh.— Imaam Muqbil Raḥimahullāh [فتاوى النكاح] Interracial Relationships are a blessing and a test from … Continue reading

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Muharram 1442 Book Club Recap

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New Releases

Assalamu aleikum! Happy New Muslim Year! Happy 1442 AH whether you’re starting today, tomorrow or the next day! May Allah shower us with His blessings for the benefits of this life and the next, aameen <3! Read more here.   Read … Continue reading

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Mel: And His Trouble With One Thousand Shoes — A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! Summary: “And do not walk on the earth proudly…”  Quran 17 : 37  Mel the millipede collected one thousand shoes. They were his prized jewels. He wore them and walked around with…

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Four New Children’s Books Releases by Prolance

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! 1. My First Surahs Author: Hajar Ashmawey currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her family. She is a full time wife, mother, and mental health professional. Hajar earned her Master of Arts…

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FIVE MUST-HAVE BOOKS ON DAILY ISLAM

Assalamu aleikum. Hoping you had a wonderful eid. You can read the full post here. Thank you,   Papatya*

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Dhul-Hijjah 1441 Book Club Recap

Assalamu aleikum, You can read the full post here. Thank you, Papatya*

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