“Wear What When!” The Book

Hanifah Ashry is the author of “Wear What When,” the ultimate fashion rule book and guide for those of you struggling to find your own personal style. It is especially targeted toward hijabi fashion and modest attire. Let’s find out about this author and her book:

Single & Searching and The In-Law Factor

Bismillah, When searching for a spouse, the family one is marrying into should also be looked into. For instance, there is an adage in Africa that says, “If you don’t know the…

Divinity and Nature Drive Nadia

My work is a combination of my feelings, philosophies and thoughts on canvas.  The predominant themes I focus on revolve around the philosophy of religion, interfaith harmony and exploration of the Quran. 

What others tell me is that my art belongs in the Contemporary Islamic Art niche. I think I have established my own unique style within that niche experimenting with modern, abstract and even traditional styles at times. 

Aya Brings Arabic to Mainstream Publishing

Aya A. Khalil is the published author of two vibrant children’s books: “The Arabic Quilt” and “The Night Before Eid.” She is also a freelance journalist who has contributed to various notable media. She found a lack of the use of the Arabic language in the book market as well as an underrepresentation of Arab authors. Aya hopes that her having broken through those barriers will open up more doors especially considering Arabic is the fastest growing languages being taught at US colleges and universities. Here’s how:

Culture and Faith Swirl Around in Hajra’s Art

Hajra Motiwala art is a collection of layers portraying her culture and faith. The layering effect highlights her golden culture in marble-like swirls and the Arabic texts top it all off. Her aesthetics vary from the abstract to the defined and is an imminent example of how she leads her own life. She considers art a part of her life, not just in painting it, but in living it:

“My Hair is Pink Under This Veil” Says Rabina

Rabina Khan’s “My Hair is Pink Under This Veil” is out TODAY, the 20th of May, 2021. It is a personal memoir ranging from the journey to wearing the veil, tackling the misconceptions and prejudices after having worn it, to the politics surrounding it around the world. “My Hair is Pink Under This Veil” is an open and bold plethora of real life experiences that relates to everything and anything that has to to with the veil or hijab; it even addresses issues that most people may find too controversial for conversation, the “let’s not get in too deep” kind. That is why we need a book like this on every bookshelf; it’s a book that will stir up discussions that most choose to avoid, but NEED to have! 

“Mundo Abesitos” Handbags

Iman Assaf Casals is a mother who has a Masters in biochemistry, but has discovered her love for the sewing machine, particularly when it comes to creating bag designs! In this interview, she tells us about how her business, “Mundo Abesitos” began, her ups and downs, what she has learned from it and of course, her beautiful bag designs:

Modest Fitness with Abdiya

Abdiya Iman has created a motivational modest fitness routine for Muslimahs worldwide called, Modest Fitness Week, with a challenge entitled “Me2Her.” She recognized and could relate to the desire to be healthy and fit, but the commitment or lack thereof to a fitness routine. Inspired by the women surrounding her, fitness experts and her own sisters, Abdiya innovated a way that can help women commit to fitness on a regular basis. How? Let’s find out:

Uzma: Owning Her Identity Through Her Books

Uzma Jalaluddin is a published author of two books: “Ayesha At Last” and “Hanna Khan Carries On,” both a means through which Uzma owns her identity. Look out for “Hanna Khan Carries” on, release date April 13, 2021 (available for preorder). Through her books, Uzma aims to instill pride and motivation in one’s own identity, particularly those who have yearned to see a Muslim as the main character in a book. Having grown up in Canada and within a Muslim, South Asian community, Uzma also writes for the parenting column in The Toronto Star Newspaper and has had her byline in The Atlantic. Here is her story on how she came into writing, what void she felt needed to be filled in the book market , her books and on who she is:

Normalizing Black Muslims Stories

As a young girl, published author Rahma Mohamed moved with her family from Somalia to Canada where she struggled with learning a new language but eventually tackled it and became an avid reader, writer and today, a published author, publisher and TedEx speaker. Her mission? “Normalizing Black Muslim Stories.” Read how:

Shereen is “Jasmine Falling”

Shereen Malherbe is a true storyteller whose Palestinian background has greatly influenced her writing. She takes inspiration from quizzical people asking hard-hitting questions or seeking knowledge and turns those questions into a fictitious story that sheds light on the truth or the answers. Here is how:

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