Tag Archives: Khadijah Abdul-Haqq

NbA Muslim #BlackMuslimReads Twitter Chat Recap — NbA Muslims

Authors and readers converged on Twitter for the NbA Muslims #BlackMuslimReads Black Muslim History Month chat, which focused on the literary contributions of Black Muslims globally. The chat was a celebration of Black Muslim authorship and the essential roles of … Continue reading

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#BlackMuslimReads & #MuslimGirlsRead

Assalamu aleikum! Allah will not change the condition of the people until they do first. To stop the erasure of the contribution of Black Muslim Writers in the mainstream publishing industry, NbA Muslims in collaboration with Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, and … Continue reading

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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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