Tag Archives: Hijab

Normalizing Hijab in Western Culture- Is It Happening?

DALLAS — The normalization of hijab by non-Muslim businesses started many years ago but it wasn’t until recently that I felt like it was inclusive. I mean a hijabi in these parts gets many side glances, puzzle looks, some commendable friendly smiles every now … Continue reading

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Nanni’s Hijab – Giveaway!

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
I am so thrilled to be hosting my first giveaway! If you haven’t read the review on Nanni’s Hijab yet, run to this link to read. In order to stand a chance of winning…

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‘Nanni’s Hijab’ by Khadijah Abdul-Haqq

#ComingSoon Insha’Allah

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6 Children Books To Have For Your Young Muslimah

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum, I always wanted to have a girl but Allah gave me a boy, and I’m happy with that. He knows best alhamdullilah. I have blogged this topic here too. Now, I have…

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NEW ILLUSTRATED SHORT POETRY COLLECTION IS AN EMPOWERING PIECE OF ART Unveiled is a riveting poetry collection with a short essay on the author’s journey to wearing hijab. DALLAS, TX – November 26th, 2017. DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING has officially released Unveiled a short poetry collection by Rumki … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Unveiled’ by Rumki Chowdhury

Originally posted on Sincerely Sadia. :
Rumki Chowdhury’s Unveiled is an amazing piece of work; it succeeds in conveying the complex nature of the lives of Muslim girls in Western society, attempting to carve out their own identities against a backdrop of confusion,…

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‘Unveiled’ by Rumki Chowdhury

Assalamu aleikum! ‘Unveiled’ is an illustrated poetry collection on hijab by Author Rumki Chowdhury . It also includes a short essay on the author’s touching journey to wearing hijab. Official release date : November 26th, 2017. The eBook will be free for … Continue reading

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The Beauty of My Hijab

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Author and Illustrator:  Fatimah Ashaela Moore Ibrahim Publisher : Aakifah Multimedia and Mindworks Publishing What to expect: A poetic empowering message Summary: This is a special book that shows the beauty of covering by drawing…

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How I Came to Wear Hijab at Corporate America

Bismillah, http://hayatimagazine.com/faith/how-i-came-to-wear-hijab-at-corporate-america/ *** As a general rule, I know that everything in my life will be a challenge except for school. I understood everything the teachers explained on the first lesson when it came to education. But in real life, … Continue reading

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Instill it in her at a young age :)

Originally posted on Between Sisters, SVP!:
Salaam! Many of my friends tell me that they were glad that their parents instilled this Sunnah (hijab wearing) in them at a very young age. It is a plan in sha Allah! From…

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Protected: Clash of the Castes – Part 1- Change

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“The Noor effect” Do you “got” it? :)

Papatia Feauxzar Author of “Between Sisters, SVP!” and upcoming novel “The Hazardous Life of Nilüfer”

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Instill it in her at a young age :)

Salaam! Many of my friends tell me that they were glad that their parents instilled this Sunnah (hijab wearing) in them at a very young age. It is a plan in sha Allah! From princess to Noor Princess P.S I … Continue reading

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How to Start a Journey to Hijabee Nation?

“O children of Adam, We have brought down to you garments to cover your private parts, as well as for adornment, yet the garment of reverence is the best. These are some of God’s signs, perhaps they will remember.” 7:26 … Continue reading

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“A Beautiful Mind” That Practices Iqra

  Bismilahi Rahmani Rahimi 1.Iqrā’ bi-smi rabbika’lladhī khalaqa 2.Khalaqa al-insāna min ‘alaqin 3.Iqrā’ wa rabbuka al-Akramu 4.Alladhī ‘allama bi’l-qalami 5.‘Allama’l-insān ma lam ya‘lam Translation below In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. 1. Read! In the … Continue reading

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Hijab is not Hijab

Salaam sisters, friends, and readers, There is hijab and there is hijab.This picture below shows perfectly what is proper and what is not. Sisters, I hope I do offend any of who are trying to wear the hijab. If you … Continue reading

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