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Halaal food around the world

When the bro and I travelled around Europe a few years ago, halaal food was not easy to find.

Maybe we didn’t do enough research beforehand, so we sometimes munched down on kabob or other non-local food, often from shops owned by immigrant Egyptians or Pakistanis. 165 more words

The World

View from Below: Nabeela

Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

“You can’t just barge in!” I screamed at Raees, completely annoyed by his disregard of privacy.

“I can do what I want,” he replied indifferently, unfazed by my outburst. 1,719 more words

We Pushed Them Away..

Mother, why are boys and girls not allowed physical contact?
Even just a handshake
Or a hug

Why do I have to cover my hair?
Or my bodily figure? 131 more words

SA's First Halaal Cosmetic brand + Must have shampoo for Hijabis

A few weeks ago, I attended the Iba Halal Care launch, at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Durban, where I got to enjoy some yummy treats, a hot cup of tea and learn all about the first Halaal cosmetic brand to hit South African shores. 333 more words

Health & Beauty


Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

“A little more to the left.”

I tried to move my arm slightly, engaging and focussing once again, but it wasn’t as easy as I thought. 2,026 more words

7 Requirements of Muslim Guests

As a Muslim traveller it’s not always easy to find and book accommodation that caters to our needs. Research shows that Muslim travellers value things just as much as other travellers do with regards to comfort, safety, good food, cleanliness and very importantly respect and dignity. 278 more words