Ibraheem Toy House- Guest Post

Check out my article on how to encourage children to love the Quran over at Ibraheem Toy House: http://ibraheemtoyhouse.com/blog/2015/02/09/encouraging-your-children-to-love-the-quran-by-the-muslimah-mommy/

Ibraheem Toy House is the UK’s first online Islamic toy store; their mission Continue reading

Allah gives, takes, and guides.


Love is…knowing that Allah gives, takes, and guides.

Yesterday was one of THOSE days, where in the evening I couldn’t stop thinking about the events of the day- where, instead of sleeping, my heart was overflowing with so much emotion… Continue reading

Why Me, And Why Not Them?

imageWhy Me, And Why Not Them?

There were times when I had asked Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala), “Why me and why not them? Why do I have all this comfort in my life, while others are struggling to get by? Oh Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala), here I’am surrounded by so many loved ones, yet there are those out there whom have no one to turn to! Oh Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala), here I’am in good health, yet there are those in so much pain! Oh Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta‘ala), please help me to understand this, how could this be fair?” Continue reading

Daughters In Islam


“Islam calls for material and emotional justice and fair treatment from both parents to their children, regardless of their sexes. A male child is not to be given special preference over a female child, or vice versa. The Prophet of Allah (Peace be upon Him) said to one of his companions who had given a present to only one of his children: Continue reading

Newborn Baby: The Acts Of Sunnah


It is Sunnah to recite the Adhan in the right ear of new born babies moments after they are born, thus making the first words babies hear the words related to Islam:
When Sayyidah Fatimah (Radhiallaho Anha) gave birth to Sayyidna Hasan, Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) recited the Adhan in his right ear (Abu Dawood and Tirmizi). Continue reading