I want to be invisible

I felt her anguish, pain and confusion. I couldn’t tell her off for uttering those words. Neither could I bring myself to present her with those old images that attempt to exemplify the status of women in Islam. As a Muslim woman she felt that she was under the spotlight, all the time. Whatever she […]

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What Baraqish did…

This is the story of the Arabic saying “على نفسها جنت براقش”, which translates to “Baraqish brought destruction upon herself”.
In my own story, I was Baraqish, twice!

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Excellent is the Reward

One of the many beauties of the Quran is that it keeps giving. Verse 2:138 in Surah Al-Baqarah tells us the wisdom behind prescribing fasting for Muslims and nations before them: {O you who believe! Observing As-Saum (the fasting) has been prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may […]

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The Heart of the Matter

By Hasfa I   A community imbued with moral uprightness always ascends. This is a universal principle that holds true at all times.  Children of good character are the building blocks of a successful community. Cultivating strong Islamic values and identity in early learning prepare children to be well balanced and nurtures healthy minds.  We want […]

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