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A Crafty Arab
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Short Description: A Crafty Arab handcrafts a vibrant Arab world.
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I am a Libyan American who creates art to promote a positive image of Arab and Islamic culture. I have produce Arabic educational products and craft tutorials on my blog to help children learn more about the Arab world. I am also an art teacher at local schools and a storyteller at local libraries.

Website Address: http://ACraftyArab.com
Country: United States of America (USA)
ZIP Code: 98052
Domestic Diva
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Probably there is no such thing as a perfect parent. Anyone who claims to being it is probably lying. Here is an observant and learning mother sharing her usual experiences on parenting, home and life in general. Hope you enjoy!

Country: Australia
ZIP Code: 3073
The Avant-Garde Muslimah
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Short Description: Innovative Living For The Modern Muslimah
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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.

Country: South Africa
ThrifDeeDubai
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Short Description: An expat mum’s guide to a thrifty life in Dubai – Curbing my cravings one dessert at a time.
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Sharing my own recipes, seeking out the best offers & deals around town, reviewing eateries for their accessibility, friendliness and of course thriftiness!
Sharing tried and tested parenting hacks, Getting crafty and also sharing some home learning techniques for the little ones!

Country: United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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Short Description: Life & it’s Perspective of a Fragile Vessel.
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From “Kitchen Diaries” to “Tips on dealing with in laws” to “Poetry” – my blog is a khichdi (a dish) but with spices. I use my blog as a platform to share my opinions. Any topic that interests me or any thought that irritates me or any subject that is shushed away under the rug – makes its way to my blog. While I hold not much in terms of secular education, life and it’s experiences have made me who I am today.

Country: United States of America (USA)