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The Muslimah Network is a platform for Muslim women to come together and find spiritual, intellectual and emotional fulfillment.

The lessons we learn from the Mina tragedy

There will always be challenges, but Muslims need to focus on their priorities By The Muslimah Network October 2, 2015 769 people were killed in the Mina Stampede according to the most recent reports at the time this blog was published. Overall, in this years’ Hajj, over 1,100 people have died, which includes the crane collapse in the Haram that led ... Read More »

The TMN team shares their weapons of choice

The story behind the duas we love By The Muslimah Network Imagine being handed over a weapon. Just for a moment, imagine. Why do you think that would be happening? You’re either under threat or you’re just about to go to battle. There is no other possible explanation for having a sword, sniper rifle or a bazooka in your hand. ... Read More »

Why on earth aren’t we making more duas?

If only we knew the foolishness of not drowning our joys and sorrows in duas. By Zohra Irfan Sharjah, UAE   Here’s a question for you: Did Iblees make dua? When Adam ate from the tree, his clothes were stripped off. Then he, realising that he had made a mistake, immediately called out to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) with one of ... Read More »

Prophetic Medicine

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The Muslimah Network’s relaunch event

When we relaunched our website last month, our aim was to make The Muslimah Network a platform for women to speak out and find within this sisterhood a means of solace and a medium to grow. Our relaunch event, organised on April 11, 2015 was a testament to just that vision. The small gathering, put together to mark our humble beginning, ... Read More »

Schezwan fried rice

Home made chinese, yummy taste! Tried & tested. Read More »

Masala macaroni

Healthy indian diabetic recipy, tried & tested. Read More »

Quick chilli garlic noodles

Quick way to healthy living, tried & tested Read More »

Bean sprouts fried rice

Full of fibre and easy to make, tried & tested Read More »

Trust

Trust is blind but not you. “Is not Allah sufficient for His servant?” By Sana Ibrahim The word trust has a mammoth significance and boundless linking with human and nature. Trust is a blind belief which is the eventual result of bonding. Trust in its entirety was the example of the Prophet (saw)’s life, beginning with the perturbed situation seeing ... Read More »