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Burning Boats by Zaynab Dawood

This book came highly recommended from a friend that read it aloud to her Kindergartener and I ordered a class set based on her raving review.   837 more words

Muslim Characters

Hindu Boy (Rajveer Singh) and Muslim Girl (Shabana) -- Lovers Slit Each Other's Throats Near Taj Mahal After Families Objected To Relationship

Hindustan Times — A budding love story met an unfortunate fate near the Taj Mahal, the epitome of immortal love.

A Hindu boy and a Muslim girl – in love with each other – decided to end their lives near the famous monument, after their families objected to the relationship. 90 more words

Culture

Ramadan with Zaky & Friends...

In the name of Allah, most Gracious, most Merciful.

The latest release from One4Kids and a welcomed addition to our collection of Zaky DVDs is Zaky’s Ramadan. 416 more words

Ramadan Reminders

Is Islamic Law the primary trigger for "discrimination against women" in present day Egypt?

When commenting on this phrase, it is very important here to raise the point that “Islamic law” when addressed by different scholars in different ages and periods, it has been dragged under different definitions and from different angles; according to the time, place and historical circumstances. 1,962 more words

Review

We Got 99 Problems, but our Marriage Ain't One

Our life is far from smooth sailing and many things in our little family’s future is uncertain.

I’m not going to get too touchy-feely and divulge the extent of all our issues.  963 more words

Islam

Creating harmony in our homes

Once I walked into a house and found a child crying hysterically and complaining to his mother in between sobs “Ahmed hit me!” the child said, immediately the mother went to get a belt and out of anger she hit Ahmed and said “don’t you ever hit your brother again, why can’t you be kind to him? 1,152 more words

Moroccan Orphans Without Hope Grow In Numbers By The Day: Muslim Families Desperately Needed!

May 27, 2015

Special correspondent Kira Kay reports as part of a partnership with the Bureau for International Reporting

Orphanages in Morocco face a unique challenge in trying to find permanent homes for children in their care. 44 more words

Hopscotch Adoptions