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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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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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The Narrative 9 of Children’s Books

Assalam aleykoum,
Repost as reminder because I would like to buy some of these books in sha Allah

A Ducktrinor Mom

13741032_601437356691659_1103708176_n(1)Nightly News With Safa : Safa’s tired of the same old sad news she sees on TV, so she comes up with a wonderful idea! She creates her own broadcast about the who, what, when, where, and why about her day at school. Her bedroom becomes her very own newsroom to tell her mom all about her day, pulling her mom away from the negative news on TV she gives her an upbeat news story to cheer her up…every night.

Zachariah’s Perfect Day : Farrah Qazi is the author of Zachariah’s Perfect Day, a beautiful book chronicling the first fasting day of a young Muslim boy. The book discusses the typical routine of Muslim families who fast during the month of Ramadan. It explains the purpose and benefit of fasting. It also speaks of the joy, peace and gratitude that envelop this holy month. The book is easy to read, and will…

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Five Children Books To Have

Assalam aleykoum !
Repost this article as a reminder because I am interested in some of this books 😊

A Ducktrinor Mom

13703052_1809712992594873_213265796_nGo Away Bad Mood : Bad Mood is chased away by Big Belle, Susie Squirrel and her friend Gus, Dorothy Doe, and Lady Golden Beak. In this rhyming fantasy, Bad Mood, the gloomy, ugly guy tries to ruin their day in his own special way. But trial after trial he fails until Fairy Felicia changes him to Good Mood. Only then is he invited to stay and play! From beginning to end, children and adults will be intrigued by the book’s message, the enchanting creatures, and the vivid imagery. Book’s message: Show the world your smile! With attached puzzle.

Naiya in Nature : When Naiya wakes up to her busy, loud surroundings, she decides to escape into nature! In this book, Naiya teaches you seven beginner yoga poses, to breathe and, most importantly, to smile!

Hector Hectricity and the Missing Socks : Calm days for the Parack family, filled with soft songs and peaceful picnics, are disrupted by hectic mornings because socks keep vanishing in their new…

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Why this blog?

Assalam aleykoum warahmatullah wabarakatuh,

I start all post apologising if my English is not perfect but I’m French living in UK for a year and a half.

Why this blog?

Well, I remember a conversation with a friend of mine born Muslim who told me (when I showed her some books or toys I bought for my daughter), that she will do like me when she will have children because even if she is born Muslim she didn’t learn the meaning of the surras nor duas. (Just when she has to say what).

Because as I am converted I learn the meanings aswell and I am going to explain the meaning of each duas I know.

The good thing is I am going to learn with my children aswell and this is the greatest adventure! 

So I thought about all my converted sisters and maybe it’s a good idea to share with them about all my discoveries! 

And you can share with me aswell, in comments! In sha Allah 

I post when my baby is asleep and I finished my chores, so be patient it’s sunnah ❤️
Fi amanilah!
Allah hafiz!

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Who am I ?

Assalam aleykoum warahmatullah wabarakatuh,

I start all post apologising if my English is not perfect but I’m French living in UK for a year and a half.

I’m half French and half Portuguese, I was raised as a catholic even if my father was not a believer. 

I was baptised and went to Sunday school,  did the profession of faith and first communion, as Catholics’ do.(Don’t really know if it is the right translation).

I love Jesus much since childhood, always prayed God, I started wondering  when I grew up, why people go to church to pray and don’t pray at home (as Jesus, peace be upon him, taught us we can pray everywhere) and why there is plenty of statues even if Moses (who is a prophet in the Bible aswell even if most Catholics would say Jesus made a new statement) taught us not to praise statues. 

Story shorted I started thinking about prophets teachings and what believers practice. I was really interested in all religions. Yes, all. I started with old like Greeks and Romans , a little bit of Egyptians, later Hinduism even Buddhism . I always said I will read All religions books. I read Bible & Coran.

At the same time when people used to ask me about my religion I used to say : 

I believe in God, but I don’t have any religion. I will have one when one would say there is one God for all humans.And we are all the same.

Well, at that time I didn’t know that was Islam says.

At that time all I heard was “Allah is not the same God”, even Muslims I met was showing a totally different image of what Islam is.

I found out that a lot of Muslim don’t even know what Islam is because as my friend told me, they learn the Coran, Al hamdulillah, but not it meaning even with Arabic parents.

 I finally read Coran with translation and I found out I was Muslim.Because I believe God is one, I believe in Angels, I believe in ALL prophets and I believe in the judgment day.And my point of view about our beloved Jesus, peace be upon him is the same.

At that time I was 34. 2 years later I married a Muslim Pakistani. Al hamdulillah! 

Everyone always think I converted to get married or I wear hijab because he wants it.

Actually I was Muslim before marriage and I decided to wear hijab myself. And I am sure a lot of converted sisters hear the same speech ! 

In 2016, Allah blessed us with a daughter. 

Al hamdulillah ❤️

So I started to think… How I am going to teach Islam to my child as I haven’t been raised as Muslim… And I decide to create this blog ! In another post I explain why.

I post when my baby is asleep and I finished my chores, so be patient it’s sunnah ❤️
Fi amanilah!
Allah hafiz!