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A Love Letter to Islamic Children’s Books

Mariya bint Rehan

"These characters and lands and stories have contributed to my children’s understanding of Islam and how it fits into the world they occupy."

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A Love Letter to Islamic Children’s Books

Mariya bint Rehan 17 Min Read

"These characters and lands and stories have contributed to my children’s understanding of Islam and how it fits into the world they occupy."

6 Lessons Learned From The Rich Dad Poor Dad Book

[Sponsored] Wahed Invest 10 Min Read

"I want you to read the book for yourself, but to whet your appetite, I will run through some principles that are mentioned in the book..."

Kids dress up as Muslim heroes for #WorldBookDay

Hamza Saleem 6 Min Read

“Children are great imitators, so give them something great to imitate.”

Powerful Lessons from the Life of Khadījah (ra)

Ustadha Fatima Barkatulla 17 Min Read

Fatima Barkatulla distils five lessons from the Mother of History's Greatest Nation...

A Muslim Response to The Young Atheist’s Handbook

Hamza Andreas Tzortzis 64 Min Read

The Young Atheist’s Handbook (TYAH) was first published in 2012. I purchased the book the moment it was available and I was probably one of the first people to receive it in

Maqra’ah of the book of ḥadīth: al Aḥādīth al Mukhtārah

Sheikh Alomgir Ali 18 Min Read

By the grace of Allāh (Subḥanahu wa ta'āla) and His tawfīq, an intensive reading (maqra’ah) of a collection of aḥādith took place on Sunday the 12th of January at Redbridge Islamic Centre