We waited for the holy month, it came. It stay may have seemed short, however we know all good things must come to an end. With its end we celebrate, as it’s our right to.
On behalf of the Muslimahs Ablaze team, we wish all Muslims all over the world a blessed Eid, one full of joy, love and warmth.
Eid Mubarak ❤
On the subject of the “oppressed” muslim female
One of the many arguments people use when they are trying to discredit Islam is the “role of women” and the “oppressive” nature the religion has towards them and more. As Muslims, we all know this isn’t true. We know how
Continue reading “Besmirching their Creator’s Beauty”
The last ten days of Ramadhan. Holier and most glorious than all. Supplication and repentance fill the air. No better time to perform I’tikaaf, staying in a mosque, devoting oneself to ibadah and staying away from worldly affairs. I could try to talk about it, what goes through ones head, what it means, but I find poetry paints a better picture .
Six feet by three. Such is my world Continue reading “Six Feet By Three “
A tribute to the passing of the Holy month
With Ramadhan in it’s final lap, we thought it fitting to let you in on our personal experiences, what the month means to us, what we love about it and why we we look forward to it every year Continue reading “Ramadhan: A Testimonial”
An account of an Arab upbringing
The things a teenager hears covers all aspects of everything from manners to your dressing style. And I know most of the difficulties and expectations they have to meet can sometimes be, unimaginable! Let me list Continue reading “My Viewpoint on Teens’ Lifestyle”
I’ve always thought that being a Hijabi is like walking around with a ginormous billboard on
Continue reading “To Fit The Look”
One’s journey in overcoming depression
They say depression is in the mind, that it can be inherited. They say that pills
Continue reading “Adversity Turned Strength”