A phrase which I heard when I was a third grader and it remained stuck in my mind ever since. A comparison between two contrasting entities. As I grew older, I understood it in its complete form.
You might topple mighty empires with your sword, but you need a pen to rule them. No doubt the first verse of the Quran is â€˜Iqraâ€˜ and what an irony, the literacy rate among the Muslims of the sub-continent is pitiful and more so that of women.
I believe and I hope that I can use my pen as a way to remove various social issues that we as Muslim women deal in our day to day life. This blog, is meant to educate, the women of my community, inform them of their true status Islam provides them and inspire them to be the best, whatever they are good at.
The aim of my blog is to give my quirky take on travelling the world, in the hope of inspiring others to get bitten by the bug. The layout will have my travel experience detailed in the body, with a â€œcheat sheetâ€, containing pertinent information. If you need any additional information, Iâ€™m more than happy for you to contact me. It excites me to assist people with travel. Of course, all photographs shared would have been captured by my favourite photographer, my husband.
Muslimah lifestyle blog by Rubina Hassan. Join me in learning how incorporate modern living into an Islamic Lifestyle, and a few other things such as reviews on products & places, quick and easy food recipes, and some decor, inspirational, and Islamic advises.
The Bookish Nomad is a psychologist, blogger, freelance writer who loves to write and inspire people with her words. Writing is her passion. Books are her friends. Travelling is her enjoyment. Coffee is her love. Also, soon to be an author!
I being a first time mom was naive to parenting and googled every little thing during my pregnancy and after the birth of my baby. I basically research everything about pregnancy and babies!ðŸ˜… I wanted to share this knowledge of mine with everyone and thus started a blog of my own.
I love to read and write and my love for these two activities has culminated into this blog. I love to write about all things I learn through my levels of curiosity.
I am The Misunderstood Afro Muslimah navigating through my twenties, trying to find a healthy balance of halaal mixed with haram. As I discover myself and create a life full of memories and adventures, I couldnâ€™t think of a better way to document all of my experiences and life lessons than a blog. I hope you all enjoy my stories of being unapologetically misunderstood.
The Momin's Journey is a blog started by a self-motivated young individual who aspires to gain knowledge of the Quran and Sunnah. Through this blog, she will learn and spread the knowledge she has gained to improve herself and her readers,