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Life Skills Workshop By Aysha Abrar

Check out our Founder Sr. Aysha Abrar’s Teen-building workshop on Life Skills Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4     CLICK HERE TO GET THE FREE EXERCISE WORKBOOK FOR ENHANCING YOUR LIFE SKILLS! Read More »

Early Marriage: A solution to today’s Fitna

By Fakeha Neelofar Sharjah, U.A.E   Marriage is a beautiful union of a man and a woman physically, emotionally and spiritually. Marriage helps to safeguard one’s imaan (faith) and stops people from committing acts by which they would be considered immoral. Allah has made marriage a sunnah and through this, Allah helps the human beings to fulfill each other’s needs ... Read More »

The 6 etiquettes of learning by Ibn Qayyim Al- Jawziyyah

By Aisha Vicky Koolen Manchester, UK   Every parent wants the best education for their children, but as Muslim parents, this responsibility gets multiplied, as we need to keep in account not just their worldly education, but also the education and tarbiyyah for their akhirah. We need to find the best channels to raise and educate Muslim children who can ... Read More »

5 Tips to Benefit from Your Halaqah

 By Christal Williams Birmingham, UK Gaining knowledge is an obligation on every Muslim according to the hadith in Tirmidhi (74) and there are so many ways you can benefit. In the story of Musa (عليه السلام) and Khidr narrated in Surah Al Kahf, Musa (عليه السلام) travels extensively to gain knowledge from Khidr on whom Allah had bestowed mercy. Allah ... Read More »

Why limit beauty to what you see in the mirror?

By Hira Zubair Karachi, Pakistan Wherever you look, exaggerated ideals of beauty are being promoted. Women on the billboards are a constant reminder for us to be in shape, models shown on television advertisements seem to be giving us a message that to stay happy we need to be beautiful. Observing this mania in society is deeply upsetting, because our ... Read More »

A well of a problem – Islamic education in today’s age

Islamic  education is the key to giving the confidence every child deserves in today’s  world By Aisha Vicky Koolen Manchester, UK “… do not kill Yusuf but throw him into the bottom of the well; some travellers will pick him up – if you would do [something].” (Qur’an 12:10) The words of the Qur’an describing the situation of Prophet Yusuf (عليه ... Read More »

Hayaa’ under attack

Shyness in these times is considered a weakness. Why is hayaa’ no longer treasured by us? By Fathima, Ajman, UAE For a girl, I think the most prized possession she owns after Islam is her hayaa, her dignity, and her repute. I’ll say this again and again – if a girl is in the right frame of mind, the most ... Read More »

A day in GEMS Our Own English High School, Dubai

The Muslimah Network’s first ever girls’ workshop in Dubai helps young Muslimahs reconnect with Islam By Aysha Abrar Sharjah, UAE   Every success in life is by the will of Allah, provided that we work hard in achieving our goals in the right way. Alhamdulillah, we are proud to announce that The Muslimah Network conducted its first students’ workshop at ... Read More »

Peer pressure and how to deal with it

If you want to stand out, stand among those who let you. By Neda Shams Dammam, Saudi Arabia The first thing we look for when we enter any school or college or an organisation is a group of people who are acceptable to our liking and ideas. Even children can be found grouping together in such a fashion. We are ... Read More »

Rid yourself of jealousy

It is a dangerous disease that will ruin all your good deeds. Here is how you can save yourself. By Salma Ameen Colombo, Sri Lanka   Yusuf (عليه السلام) being so young and innocent followed his brothers, oblivious to their plots. His heart overjoyed at the thought of playing with them. He walked along with them embraced in a blanket ... Read More »