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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Ambassador in Niqab

By Farah Rahim ( Malaysia) I was going through a tough time in my life that I questioned Allah (SWT) about it, astagfirullah (I ask Allah for forgiveness). Trying to find the answers, I attended a parenting course by my daughter’s private Islamic preschool Dzul Iman. The Khalifah Parenting course changed how I view life on earth, 180degrees totally. I learnt …

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World Hijab Day – 1st February by Mufti Ismail Menk

With some countries having banned the hijab and others considering the same, World Hijab Day creates the much needed awareness in democratic societies of this basic right and educates the masses about the origins and reasons for the hijab. A large number of non-Muslims show great support for our sisters and get a first hand feel of the hijab by donning it for …

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My faith was in my heart not on my head

By Faziela Davids (Cape Town, South Africa) Being born and raised as a Muslim, I think that I really took advantage of that privilege by not being the best version of me possible. I did my prayers five times a day, fasted during the month of Ramadaan, and went to Islamic classes to read Quran but wearing hijab never crossed my …

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