I made it to the school just in time. The session’s facilitator and the second speaker were already in the classroom waiting for the students to be brought in by their teacher. The second speaker was Rosemary; dressed in trousers and shirt in shades of red. She’s probably in her late sixties with features that […]Read More A Parisian Cat
This module covers the period after the migration of the Prophet Muhammed to the city of Medina where many other Muslims had joined him or travelled there before him after the Muslims of Medina invited them and affirmed their support to Islam and its Prophet.
Listening to the audio on the battle of Badr, that took place in the 2nd year of Hijra (migration), I could not help but swim deeply in the sea of my thoughts.Read More The Battle of Badr
By Shamim F Moulding your child’s akhlaq, moral conducts Our moral conducts (akhlaq) are like our garments, visible to all. Working on perfecting our akhlaq is part of our religion. Principles of moral conduct: Adab is that which is praiseworthy in actions and utterance and considered the best of ethics. Islam offers boundaries and measures by […]Read More Building your child’s Islamic Character
By K. A. Musa Children from an early age are curious about their body. It is not uncommon for a boy and girl toddlers to look at each other and wonder why their body parts differ and especially common when putty training or changing the diapers. At what age is ‘sex’ education essential? This […]Read More The Birds and the Bees
By K. A. Musa Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessing of Allah be upon him) states: “Grab five things before five others: ….your health before your illness…”1. Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessing of Allah be upon him) advised us to be more productive and make good use of our time whilst young and healthy […]Read More Health is Wealth
By Shamim F Purify the intention and correct the goal – One’s concern to memorise Qur’an and preserve it must be for Allah, for gaining His paradise and attaining His pleasure, and for acquiring the great rewards reserved for those who recite the Qur’an and memorise it. Reiterate the significance of this intention to your children. […]Read More Teaching Children to memorise the Qur’an: Practical Tips
By Ayesha K The end of your offspring’s childhood marks the beginning of a period of changes most commonly known as the teenage year. At this time there are usually two categories of parents; the first that enjoy this time because the effort they put into the many years of nurturing their child has produced […]Read More Be A Friend (part 1)