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It Must Have Been You! By Zanib Mian

It must have been You! By Zanib Mian and illustrated by Fatima Mian.

This super book is a heart warming read aloud book that my eldest daughter (whom I normally call Little One) has taken quite a liking to. 520 more words

Book

A mother's story - in her words

It is always inspiring to read or listen to other’s stories and struggles when it cones to special needs. Because when you are in your realm, it always feels you are sufferring more, but when you go out into the world- and I mean really get out of your tiny world – volunteer in schools, social working organizations, make yourself available for parents who are scared of new babies with special needs ( Yes! 148 more words

Special Needs

When we first met Eman

If only kids came with a manual on how to deal with them, I’d say the luckiest were Moms. With all my three kids, I was asked if I wanted to have an Ultra sound for Down Syndrome – I was handed down a paper to sign. 474 more words

Special Needs

The Quint: No Buffalo Meat, Serve Chicken, UP Police Tell Moradabad Family

A Muslim family in Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad district has been denied permission to serve buffalo meat at their daughter’s engagement ceremony by the local police. Sarfaraz Ahmed, the bride’s daughter, had originally planned to treat guests with a fare largely made of Buff and had sough permission for the same from the local police. 66 more words

Daily News

Co-wife Club- the Phone call

Maryam was busy as usual with school work when her phone rang.  The call was from a former co-wife. This was a bit unusual so she took the call. 968 more words

American Muslim

One Year Ago

It’s been one year since my mother passed away. It should have been a very very sad time, but oddly it was not. This had been the sign from me once again that Allah truly hears the call of the caller when he is calling. 1,451 more words

Islam

The Treasure at Bayan Bluffs by Farah Zaman illustrated by Kim Zaman

At 231 pages this book claims to be for ages 9 to 18 and that’s a pretty large spread for a mystery, yet alone an Islamic fiction one by a first time author.   729 more words

Muslim Characters