Five Favourite Finds 15/04/16 – Islam

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Today’s Five Favourite Finds have the theme of ISLAM and have been chosen by Bouchra Rebiai
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Bouchra Rebiai is a bilingual English<>Arabic translator. Previously blogging about a lot of things, ranging from personal goals to crafting, she is now focusing on topics such as translation and languages, with the occasional DIY post. You can find her blog at bouchrarebiai.com/blog

 

Salams everyone!

Hope you all are enjoying a good spring! Today’s topic is about Ramadan – are you ready for Ramadan?

You might say, there’s about 2 months left for Ramadan to start … why are we talking about this now? Yeah, I know that, however, in order to ensure we have a smooth and productive Ramadan, we have to start planning well in advance. Today I’m sharing some links with you all that I found quite useful and interesting in helping prepare for Ramadan.

Ramadan Preparation: Tips for a Successful Ramadan

Let’s start our Ramadan prep by reading these tips

Umm Johar Ramadan Prep

 

A-Z Recipe for a Spiritually Sizzling Ramadan

Next in line is this quite interesting recipe for Ramadan – no, it’s not for food, though that’s also coming up

Youthly hub - spiritually sizzling Ramadan

 

Healthy Ramadan Recipes

After the spiritual food, here comes a link with some tasty-looking recipes (for actual food this time!) that suit Ramadan. I know, I know, you’re probably thinking you came here to read about Islam, not recipes, but hey, if we don’t eat to stay healthy, we won’t be able to implement our plans for Ramadan, will we?

All floured up Ramadan recipes

 

40 Ways to Volunteer

Going back to the spiritual side of things, here’s a list of 40 ways to volunteer – not restricted to Ramadan, but isn’t volunteering considered a kind of charity? And we’re encouraged to give more charity in Ramadan, so here goes

Grains and gains 40 ways to volunteer

20 Quick Tips for Hajj and Umrah

Last, but not least, are some tips for Umrah [and Hajj, but that’s not in Ramadan anyway]. An Umrah in Ramadan is equivalent to Hajj with the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), so I hope Allah blesses you and me with the opportunity. Keep this blog post for when the days arrives in-sha Allah.

Ayeina 20 quick tips for hajj and umrah

That concludes our FFF post for this week. I look forward to ‘meeting’ you all in the next Islam round-up in-sha Allah!

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  • Aishah

    Mash’Allah great line up of posts ready to help up with the beautiful month that is fast approaching!

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