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The Qur’an (Oxford World’s Classics)

Translation by Abdel Haleem. I’ve read many translations, but this is by far the best one (in my opinion). The English is simple and easy to read/understand yet so powerful. I like that its layed out in paragraphs- a story-like structure this makes it easier to follow.  The author includes footnotes and explainations at the… Continue reading The Qur’an (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Book Review: You Can Be The Happiest Woman In The World

Author: Dr. A’id Al-Qarni Do you want to be happy? We are all looking for an escape from worry, stress and depression, and for ways to find happiness. This book presents the route to happiness in a nutshell, drawing on Islamic teachings and the voices of “experts” both western and eastern.-The author describes this book… Continue reading Book Review: You Can Be The Happiest Woman In The World

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Book Review: She Wore Red Trainers

Paperback Author: Na’ima B. Robert Being a ‘occasional reader’ I don’t usually go for ‘love stories’ but because its a ‘muslim love story’ I was curious. She wore red trainers is a story about two teenagers Ali and Amirah – When Ali first meets Amirah, he notices everything about her -her hijab, her long eyelashes… Continue reading Book Review: She Wore Red Trainers

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Book Review: Love Of Allah – Experience The Beauty Of Salah

You know how your salah/prayer can become like a chore? It should’nt but since we’re only human it tends to happen to most of us in one point in our lives. Well, this book will: Help you concentrate (in your salah) insha’Allah. Remind you the meaning behind every single word you say (in salah) –… Continue reading Book Review: Love Of Allah – Experience The Beauty Of Salah