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Ramadan 2018

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh

For this month of Ramadan I decided to read as much as I can.

Not only the Quran but Islamic books aswell and learn to read Arabic.

Today I read this one “Family & manners in Islam” most of the books I will talk about (in sha Allah) come from Guide Muslim ‘s website where you can download them for free.

It’s a good reminder of good manners and family’s obligations.

I think it’s always good to remind things, read even if you already know to try to improve yourself.

I mean by reading about good manners sometimes you realise your weaknesses and can identify the points you need to improve to be a better person.

And it’s something very important to do.

In the meantime I’m still reading the new Muslim guide where you can find all the informations that new converted Muslim needs to know about Islam.

You can download it in many languages!

So share the good news to new Muslims or non-Muslims who wants to know more about Islam in sha Allah.

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Al hamdulilah

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh

Hope you are well sisters, in sha Allah.

My son is born al hamdulilah and I am very happy with this cute calm baby ma sha Allah.

I’m very excited because next week I’m starting some classes with turning point academy in sha Allah.

Turning Point Academy (TPA) is a London based registered charity which serves women who have converted to Islam and those who are interested in Islam. It is a non-profit organisation, which was established in 2004 in response to the lack of local support for women, and it has now grown to provide a range of specific services that aim to meet educational, social and transitional needs. No fees are charged for any of the services provided and our professional team volunteer their time and skills to this much needed cause. TPA relies solely on the financial support of brothers and sisters.

You can read more on the ABOUT US section.

You can even invite your non Muslims friends who are interested in learning more about Islam in sha Allah.

I hope I will have time to post a bit more and share with you. May Allah protect you.

Fi amanelah

Allah hafiz

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Maternity break 

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh sisters,

I haven’t post for long being busy with my toddler and new pregnancy but I will be back in 2018 in sha Allah. 

May Allah bless you and protect you and your family. Ameen.

Fi amanilah.

Allah hafiz

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Eid Mubarak! 

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh sisters !

Well I am quite busy with packing as we are going to move out of London but I am going to be more busy… we had the best news and gift on Eid’s day ! 

I am expecting a new baby Al hamdulilah!

That explains why I was so tired and I forgot so many things 😂 (like my blog’s posts for Ramadan !!!!) 

Here is how my husband found out coming back from the mosque, with a gift from his 1 year old daughter inside a card.

I hope you had a nice Eid celebration with your family and loved ones and I wish that Allah’s mercy & blessings shine on you.

Fi amanela 

Allah hafiz 

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Ramadan with kids : days 4 to 7

Day 04: Pledge à Zéro waste Ramadan~reduce,recycle & reuse !

There is plenty of activity to do with kids to learn these things! Internet is a great source of inspiration.

Allah doesn’t like those who waste [Qran 6:141]

Day 05:  We can  teach our kids the etiquettes of eating in Islam. Especially eating the sunnah way : one part food, one part water and one part air. 

Day 06: Give a little Sadaqah every day.

According to Quran, Sadaqa leads into the purification of the benefactor and that sadaqa should not be necessarily be in a material form and can be a “voluntary effort”, or a kind word.Even a smile. This is in agreement with a narration attributed to the prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, which says “every good deed is a form of sadaq.”

And Even if sadaqah is different from Zakat, the month of Ramadan is an excellent opportunity for Muslim parents to teach their children about the significance of fasting during Ramadan as well as the importance of paying Zakat. Though children are exempt from paying Zakat, they must know about the concept particularly what it is, why is it due and to whom it goes. 

Day 07: Say ” SubhanAllahi wa Bihamdihi” [Allaah is free from imperfection and all praise is due to Him] morning and evening 100times.

Abu Dharr (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said to me, “Shall I tell you the expression that is most loved by Allah?” It is `Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi’ (Allah is free from imperfection and His is the praise)’.”

Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “He who recites in the morning and in the evening the statement: `Subhan-Allahi wa bihamdihi (Allah is free from imperfection and I begin with praising Him)’ one hundred times, will not be surpassed on the Day of Resurrection by anyone with better deeds than one who utters the same words or utters more of these words.”


Jabir (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet (PBUH) said, “For him who says: `Subhan-Allahi wa bi hamdihi (Allah is free from imperfection, and I begin with praising Him, and to Him),’ a palm-tree will be planted in Jannah.”


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Ramadan with kids: days 1 to 3

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh 

Day 1: Make your intention to fast purely for the sake of Allah

I wish you an excellent Ramadan, that this month be synonymous of Peace, repentance and adoration.

May Allah help you and leave you in excellent health!

Day 2: Write down your spiritual goals for the month

Well my daughter is too small for now and can’t write but later on I guess I will ask her to do this aswell.

My goals for the months are to read Qran everyday in sha Allah, learn more surah and settle a “Islamic routine” of reading/learning about Islam.

Day 3: Spread Ramadan joy by Sharing food with neighbours. 

I think it’s a good way to teach our children about the importance of being kind to their neighbours.

 Islam considers the rights of the neighbor to be extremely important. The angel Jibreel (Gabriel), may Allah exalt his mention, continued to urge the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah exalt his mention ), to treat neighbors with kindness until he thought that the Sharee’ah would assign him a share of his neighbor’s inheritance. The Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah exalt his mention ), said: “Jibreel kept on recommending me to treat neighbors kindly and politely so that I thought that Allah would order [me] to make them [my] heirs.”The Quran recommends treating neighbors kindly. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {Worship Allah and associate nothing with Him, and to parents do good, and to relatives, orphans, the needy, the near neighbor, the neighbor farther away, the companion at your side…} [Quran 4:36] Look how the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah exalt his mention ), exhorted Muslims to be good to their neighbors and to honor them when he said: “… and whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, should serve his neighbor generously.” The narration of Muslim may Allah have mercy upon him states: “Should be good to his neighbor.”

So why not cook some biscuits, bake a cake or prepare anything with your kid and distribute them together to neighbours. 😊

It’s an idea I keep in mind when my daughter will grow old…

I will write tomorrow about another tip for Ramadan with kids in sha Allah…

Enjoy your day ❤️

Allah hafiz

Fi amanila 

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Back again with a gift 🎁 

Assalam aleykoum warathmatullah wabarakatuh

I have been quite busy reorganising home to make it easier to clean and tidy up since I came back from a month away abroad.

I am not only reorganising I am also redecorating… and I just made this poster online that I share with you!

Hope you like it ! 

Have a nice day !

Fi amanelah

Allah hafiz 

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My first Qran 

Assalam aleykoum waratmatullah wabarakatuh sisters 

I forgot to talked about the very first book I bought for my baby!

Even if it’s for children older than my daughter I started reading to her (like I start playing Qran or teaching time table with songs) because she may record helpful informations in a corner of her mind in sha Allah ! 

And I think this book is really good ! We gifted it for the daughter of friends aswell as it is a good introduction to the Qran when they will reach the age to learn it in sha Allah.

Every Muslim books is opportunity to learn ~ Rabbi zideni ilma