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This blog aims to be a contribution, an outward reflection of the world, religion, culture, academe, and much more. The posts are meant to be educative, engaging, reflective, but enjoyable at the same time. I want to be a part of a Muslima blogging community where we build each other up through our posts.

There are several categories in this blog: 1000 Aisha, Reflection, and Noteworthy. 1000 Aisha is about Muslimas contributing actively to society. Reflection simply contains contemplations on whatever topics that come to mind. Noteworthy includes recommendations on items, be they books, places, dining, products, etc.

http://1000aisha.com
Indonesia
Amalia’s Travels and Adventures
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A blog about my travels, hiking, cycling, and many other adventures!

http://amellie.net
Malaysia
Anisa Hagi
The reflections of a multi-passionate Somali mom, graduate student & teacher.

This blog is a platform that I will use to combine all of my hobbies and passions. Among them are cooking, graphic design, writing, teaching, reading and reflecting on life.

Anisa Hagi
United States of America (USA)
56304

A personal blog where I share random tidbits from daily experience.

Pakistan
Blogs by FA
UK lifestyle blog that also covers restaurant and hotel reviews.

Fatima loves to travel, dine out and explore different horizons of life.

http://www.blogsbyfa.com
United Kingdom (UK)
by breharne
by breharne is a blog I created to share the good, bad and ugly of all things mum life. You will find posts relating to parenting, travelling with children, education and everyday lifestyle.

by breharne is a blog I created to share the good, bad and ugly of all things mum life. You will find post relating to parenting, travelling with children, education and lifestyle topics.

Http://www.bybreharne.com
Australia
2190
Diah Ayu Nurzanah
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Born on 24 July 1997
I really like writing and travelling.
Now I’m a Computer science student
at University of Lampung, indonesia

Indonesia
35361
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING
Muslim Bookseller and Publisher

DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING was founded by Papatia Feauxzar in May 2013. Djarabi means Love in Mandinga, her ancestral tribe.

DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING therefore promotes love books and books that promote justice, freedom of speech, peace and understanding in the community.

DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING is now a leader in publishing books written by Muslims for both a religious and mainstream audience.

United States of America (USA)
75370
Domestic Diva

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!

Australia
3073
Ghezaeshiriin
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Recipe development, food photography and styling, travelogue

Well I am Huma Kalim an Indian by origin. But now residing in UAE
Recipes from three beautiful states of India:- Gujarat(Paternal), Rajasthan (Maternal), Maharashtra (Sasural – in laws) & Dubai (Living here since 10 wonderful years). Sometimes travelogue, photography related post.

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Halal Food Gastronomy
Committed to finding the best Halal places to eat offering Non-Stunned Chicken combined with Hand Zabiha

Passionate foodie striving to find the best Non stunned Halal Dining options there is. Along with Recipies & holidays, Halal Food Gastro will be your one-stop for where to eat & Travel

Halal Food Gastronmy
United Kingdom (UK)
Huma Kalim
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An Indian blogger residing in Dubai. My space mostly covers up Muslim cuisine of India.

Ghezaeshiriin
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
In Africa and Beyond
In Africa and Beyond is a blog about family-friendly travel around the world.

In Africa and Beyond is a blog about travel, events and experiences focusing mainly on family-friendly places and activities. It aims to inspire others to travel and explore. I love showcasing my beautiful country and how family-friendly it is.

In Africa and Beyond
South Africa
Insightful Grace
Simplicity brings Serenity

Simple and being nature conscious doesn’t mean you have a boring life. Instead it is more stable, healthy and enjoyable! My blog is about my expereince on the path to minimal and healthy life!

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Jeddah Mom
Tips for raising children, organizing the home, traveling and finding fun things to do around Saudi Arabia.

On Jeddah Mom, Aysh Siddiqua helps muslim mothers find joy in motherhood while still being creative, confident and uniquely themselves. She writes about parenting positively, saving time and then using that time to do what you love doing the most.

JeddahMom.Com
Saudi Arabia
Follow the journey of an American expat as she makes her way through the way of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

I’m Kendra, an American revert that accepted a teaching job in Saudi Arabia on a whim and moved without a second thought. You can read about my adventures as an expat in the Middle East on my blog.

Saudi Arabia
Moonlight Mel
Revert Muslim who blogs about pretty much everything including beauty, fashion and lifestyle.
Mum of 3

My blog is mostly about beauty but from time to time I like to post about food and lifestyle posts too. On the rare occasion il post modest fashion too x

United Kingdom (UK)
Muslim Esprit
A Muslim Lifestyle Blog

Run by a 30-something Muslim woman, a full time professional in the not-for-profit sector and a proud Canadian.

What you can expect to see on Muslim Esprit:

Articles on food, fashion, beauty, health, parenting, travel

Opinion pieces/commentary on current events, politics, history

Notes from independent Quran study and general Islamic studies

Canada
Passport and Plates
Passport & Plates is a site for the curious foodie traveler looking to visit off-the-beaten path destinations, meet locals, and eat the best food.

Passport & Plates is also for the Muslim traveler. The rebel. The one breaking stereotypes, traveling far and wide to show the world who we are – that Islam is more than what the media shows. And I hope that my readers – Muslim or not – will learn this, whether from me or from someone they encounter on the road.

Koshary in Egypt. Şiş Kebap in Turkey. Nasi Goreng in Malaysia. This is why I travel. Join me as I wander throughout new cities, sampling strange street food, talking with locals and travelers alike, and doing what the locals do. This is the site for the curious foodie traveler on a budget.

Passport & Plates is also for the Muslim traveler. The rebel. The one breaking stereotypes, traveling far and wide to show the world who we are – that Islam is more than what the media shows. And I hope that my readers – Muslim or not – will learn this, whether from me or from someone they encounter on the road.

Meet Sally:
When I was ten days old, I boarded my first international flight, nestled in a bunch of blankets and my mother’s arms. By the time we settled in California at age four, my family and I had lived in 5 countries.

I lived stateside for the next ten years until the U.S. citizenship gods blessed us to travel again. We went to Egypt for the summer. It was a surprising culture shock. We went to Sudan that winter. That was even more of a culture shock. And four years later we went to England and I fell in love with sexy accents and fish and chips.

I traveled as much as I could during university, taking trips to China, Egypt, England and Spain. I spent long stints studying in Ireland and Argentina and spent a summer working in Indonesia.

Then the inevitable happened. I got a grown up job. You know, one of those things that proves you’re an adult somehow? Yeah, one of those. And I hated it.

I didn’t hate it because I hated working. In fact, I’m a workaholic and grade-A nerd. I hated it for all these reasons. And I resented it for limiting my travels.

In the summer of 2015, after being rejected from a thousand “dream jobs,” I had a quarter-life crisis and took off for a 6-week solo trip to Spain. I quickly realized that work-life balance exists (outside of the U.S.) and my goal was to either 1) find a job in Spain to siesta and fiesta forever OR find a remote job that would let me work and travel. In early 2016, I realized my dream and officially became a digital nomad.

The other fun facts:
I was born in Ireland to Arab-Muslim parents and raised in California, so one can say I’ve been a global citizen from the start.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel to 39 countries so far and am nowhere near stopping.
They say the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach, and I wholeheartedly agree. My favorite way to discover new cultures is through food.
I’ve often been described a multicultural mutt – or more affectionately – ethnically ambiguous.
I’m passionate about cultural connections, street food, personal development, and global diplomacy and am a firm believer that food and travel bring the world together.

See the world, eat the world, and meet the world. I’ll show you how to travel and dine, sans spirits and swine (because #halalfood).

United States of America (USA)
RECLAIMING HEART
A place to get inspired for better productive lives. Reflections, health, faith, recipes, book reviews and travel.
“There is always a room to be a better person. Always.”

Farzana Rijas is a Homoeopathic physician by profession currently pursuing her passion for writing. She blogs about her reflections on life, Islam, health along with some recipes to treasure and book reviews and more. She likes to learn and share everything that inspires to live a productive life.

Saudi Arabia
Sakeenah Begum
Welcome! SakeenahBegum.com is a space where I hope to share my conversations with inspirational women. Through their narratives, I hope to cultivate in us the habit of resilience rather than that of defeat. The courage to continue on when it’s easier to quit is what inspires me and hopefully will inspire you as well.

Throughout the dozens of conversations I’ve had with women in the past few months, there has been one common theme in all of their stories; their struggle. I hope to bring stories of women like my grandmother, who have lived lives worth documenting. Women who have fought their battles with grace. Through their narratives, I hope to cultivate in us the habit of resilience rather than that of defeat.

http://sakeenahbegum.com
United States of America (USA)
11370
Sojourning in Life
An eclectic blog

I am a biochemist and nutritionist currently working from home. A mum of three with diverse interests, I write an eclectic blog on lifestyle, parenting, travel, health and food. And also a lot about places, events, restaurant reviews, experience – in general my life in Qatar, the country where I was raised.

Qatar
Travel blog narrating my travel experiences.

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 “cheat sheet”, containing pertinent information. If you need any additional information, I’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.

South Africa
UK Muslim Getaways
We offer holiday experiences in harmony with Islam. Our UK Getaway packages are not just a break away from daily stresses, but we always aim to strengthen and restore your Imaan by visiting natural and scenic locations enabling you to take in the beautiful surroundings and landscapes and reflect upon the blessings of Allah with your families and loved ones, whilst also giving couples the platform and time to re-connect with each other.

Established Since April 2016

Our family-owned business, rose to prominence after it became increasingly difficult to find any Halal Friendly Holidays in the UK. Drawing from our personal experiences and struggles to find suitable halal packages in the UK we came to realise putting together our own unique holiday packages catering to Islamic needs was the only way forward.

In April 2016 our first halal friendly holiday was launched which catered to a group of family and friends in the Lake District. Since then, we have gone from providing packaged halal holidays in the UK to also providing halal holidays abroad and holiday homes in the UK, setting a new pathway and delivering services that were seriously in need.

Our success is concealed by the unique packages we offer.
Each destination is specifically hand-picked for you and your family. We are your experts in travel and have personally vacated at all the UK holidays on offer so we have first-hand knowledge of each resort, as well as the facilities and services provided. Whether you choose from a relaxing spa weekend break or a fun packed family getaway you can be reassured your holidays are guaranteed to always cater and include Islamic principles. Some packages we offer are:

Family Holidays
Couples Retreats
Honeymoons
Activity Holidays
Spa Breaks
Bespoke Packages
Brothers Breaks
Umra & Hajj Packages

Travel to Malaysia, Turkey, Indonesia, Morocco, or Jordon. These are just a few of the many destinations on offer at Uk Muslim Getaways. All our halal holiday packages abroad have been put together using our experience, knowledge and expert planning to ensure your travel and time abroad is free from worry and always caters to your Islamic ethics.

UK Muslim Getaways
07759387205
United Kingdom (UK)
LE5 5JB
Yossinta.com

Its a personal blog organized by muslimah that loved design, marketing, and writing as well as developed skills and exerience to be speaker of many event.

Indonesia
16153