Tag Archives: Muslim women

Should You be an Intern or Work for Free? — Hayati Magazine

In this digital age, almost everyone wants to be seen and go viral, especially every business. To what end though? Is it related to narcissism to strike the ego or is it to actually to provide something that the audience … Continue reading

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Written Vs.Not Written Stuff: Cultural Barriers Impeding Muslim Women In Sports Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II Written By Papatia Feauxzar Bismillah, Islam has an egalitarian treatment when it addresses men and women. The quranic verses attest that both genders can do what the other gender does, yet the…

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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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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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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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Review: ‘Unveiled’ by Rumki Chowdhury

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Muslim Author Shares Scrumptious Ramadan Recipes

Assalamu aleikum. Our author M.K Johnston has been featured. Alhamdullilah. Please read. NEW YORK – With the month of Ramadan quickly approaching, Muslims around the world prepare for a month of spiritual cleansing and self-reflection. The month offers opportunities to … Continue reading

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Tight Rope – Cover Reveal

TIGHT ROPE Author: Sahar Abdulaziz Genre: Dark, Contemporary Fiction, Content/Theme(s): Socio-Political Thriller Release Date: June 1, 2017 Publisher: Djarabi Kitabs Publishing Content warning: Race discussions, Islamophobia, and xenophobia * In a socially and politically divided country after the presidential election, activist … Continue reading

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Tight Rope – Cover Reveal Date Set!

Assalamu aleikum, The cover reveal date has been set. Jot it down! Stay tuned and wassalam, Papatya*

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Women In The Qur’an – A Bold Read Review

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Stay Home Wifey

(Image from Salary.com) Assalamu aleikum dear bloggers, I wrote this piece late July 2014. It was supposed to be posted in Hayati magazine but they are having some issues right now. So my thoughts and prayers are with them. This is also … Continue reading

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