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Asallam Alaeikum Warahmatallah Wabarakatu. We welcome you to our blog. We are Muslim women dedicated to enlightening ourselves on our Islamic rights, in regards to our daily affairs (as evident in the Qur'an and Hadith/Sunnah). We also want to share the daily struggle of Muslimahs, dealing with cultural and societal pressure to be perfect.
"Indeed man is in a loss except those who have faith and do righteous deeds, and enjoin one another to (follow) the truth, and enjoin one another to patience.” Quran 103:2-3.  Patience As A Virtue . Most times,  we find ourselves knowing and...
As Muslims, we are expected to treat our neighbours in the best of manner irrespective of their race religion colour or gender… the beloved prophet SAW said, “ He is not a true believer who eats to his fill while his neighbours are hungry” . This hadith explains how important it is to...
Realising that one has a child with special needs is one of the most heart-wrenching periods for any parent and knowing that the child may have to struggle to achieve some milestones that their peers would naturally grow with.  For some, the symptoms are mild to medium and with the appropriate attention given, a lot can be...
No other issue has been of intense debate like the duties of a man in Islam. A responsible Muslim man is a man that is willing to take up all the responsibility Allah has assigned to him. The best example of a responsible Muslim man is the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). The duty of a Muslim man is towards his mother, father,...
A beacon of Hope! One of the greatest desires of a married couple is having children of their own someday.  In the olden days, having many children was a sign of wealth, fertility and source of socioeconomic progress as children function as an extensive support system to the family.