I’ve grown confident in what I can do but not conceited not to realize that I have a lot to learn Continue reading Year in Review
I am 20 years old, and I had recently started wearing the Niqab.
I understand that I might be wearing it for the wrong reasons. The bulk of women I know wear it out of their faith. You could say that I would be wearing it out of faith as well, but not out of fear; out of understanding God has made men and women different.
Some could say that it’s for selfish reasons.
However, I am extremely thankful and grateful for the fact that my religion gave me the freedom to cover myself. That it is a blessing when a woman covers herself.
It isn’t appreciated by most of the people in the modern Muslim communities, nor by some of my family members; afraid that I am becoming an extremist. Some would sneer and smirk, telling me that this phase wouldn’t last long. That being ‘religious’ was much harder than most youngsters thought these days. They told me that I would not last, just like many others before me.
Didn’t they realize? Continue reading “Torn up”
There comes a point in one’s life where you start dreaming of a beautiful wedding which will hopefully result to a happy marriage and all that it entails. However, there also reaches a time where you want peace from all
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 ❤ Continue reading Eid Greetings
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”