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by Stefanie (in collaboration with Team AYEINA) The thrill of a treasure hunt is something that brings joy to children and adults alike. For me, it recalls childhood parties spent following the trail of rhyming, cryptic clues around my home hoping to discover my  present (which on many an occasion was directly beneath me the...
Stories of Less-Known Sahabiyat 1) Nusaybah bint Ka'ab (رضي الله عنہا)  You might have heard the name UMM AMMAARAH (RA - may Allah be pleased with her), but you may not know her from her real name - Nusaybah bint Kab! She was a part of the battle of...
Stories of Less-Known Sahaba 1) Abbad bin Bishr ( رضي الله عنه )  Abbad bin bishr (RA - may Allah be pleased with him) was a companion who was known for his worship and knowledge. One day he stood up for prayer. While absorbed in recitation, a stranger...
Sponsored post written for Miraj Stories & Miraj Audio The Islamic audio books initiative was started by two parents living in the West - Abdul Mateen, who is a sound designer and Adiba, who is a radio producer. They couldn’t find appropriate quality Islamic media for their son and decided to produce it...
Step by step guide on how to prepare for Eid with a FREE printable pre-Ramadan checklist and Eid-ul-Fitr checklist. So you can make it a stress-free day for yourself and special for kids in shaa Allah. (in collaboration with David Charles Children's Wear).
Team AYEINA along with couple of Muslimah bloggers and crafters collaborated to bring this blog post together. Everyone chose one of their favourite children's Islamic books and did a craft related to it. If you have a favourite book that we haven't mentioned here, feel free to submit your craft to editor @ ayeina . com...
This post is for sisters who are not yet married and struggling to cope with all that that entails, sisters who have to handle a lot of pressure from family and friends, and sisters who are tired of making du’a to finally be with Mr. right. Whilst getting married is a huge milestone in our lives, it...
Many Muslims want to be active, but struggle to incorporate fitness into a busy lifestyle. Probably you've heard the hadith: Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "A strong believer is better and dearer to Allah than a weak one, and both are good. Adhere to that which is beneficial for you... The...
by Madiha Basheer (owner of Little Muslims Gift Factory) Whenever we talk about Muslim entrepreneurship, I can't help but think about Khadija (RA) - a business woman who financed the whole early Islamic movement by spending all her wealth in spreading the message of her husband Muhammad (saw), freeing slaves who embraced Islam, and...
Previous: سورة البقرة‎ (The Cow): Verse 204-214 LESSON #29 (reflections by Jamila Jones) Chapter 2: Verse  215-220   Spending We spend most of our time trying to accumulate more and more. We see people purchasing the biggest homes, the most expensive cars and extravagant furniture. To them, maybe these things are considered a necessity - to have such riches will help boost status and popularity,...
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