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Um Sufiyan Blur proposes that we keep our unsolicited concerns to ourselves when it comes to discussing not-our-family matters.
By Nai’ma B Robert
Papatia Feauxzar reviews a tough but worthy read centered on family violence.
UmmKhadijah (AnonyMouse) sounds off on the prevailing for-better-or-worse pressure to reproduce.
Sumayyah Talibah leaves a poem behind.
During the ultimate journey of a lifetime, Miriam Islam encounters the worst evil she has ever known.
From Nawab Sikandar Begum’s travel memoir to Mecca, a description of the region and people in the mid 19th century.
Medinat Musa I. relates a terrifying and true incidence to steadfastness in the deen.
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