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How SISTERS Magazine Started
Back in 2007, two sisters had a dream... Nai'ma B. Robert explains how SISTERS Magazine first began.
A Legacy of Love
Raeesa Patel brings together snippets from the loving relationship between Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and 'A'isha (RA) which will make you sigh and be inspired.
Being a Grandmother
Asma Begum never met her grandparents but talks about how her own mother relishes being a grandmother.
The Wedding’s Off
You’ve found the perfect fiance, everything’s lined up for the wedding, but what if he suddenly calls it off? Reham Omar acknowledges the pain of this situation and has some advice on how to get back on your feet.
Love, Marriage and Bipolar Disorder
Raidah Shah Idil interviews Sara, Ali and Tamara about the effects of bipolar disorder on their marriages.
Sibling...Friend or Foe?
Life Coach, Sayeda Habib, offers tips on how to heal sibling rivalry and rebuild your relationship.
Love, Lost and Found on Strange Sands - Part 1
When Dorothy Salah made hijrah with her family to Yemen, she knew unexpected trials were part of the journey, but as we see in the first part of this two-part story, divorce and another relocation were only the beginning of her surprises.
Polygyny Part 2: Happily Polygynous
In this two-part series, Timea Csányi meets sisters who are living happily in polygynous marriages. Here in part 2, she talks to *Amina and Aishah, both second wives.
The Reluctant Spinster - Part 3
In the third instalment of Hafsah Zamir’s series, our heroine may have to renege on her swearing off The Allied Rishta Forces and marriage forever.
Polygyny Part 1: Sisterly Love
In this two-part series, Timea Csányi meets sisters who are in polygynous marriages. Here, she meets two Muslimahs who are very happy to be sister-wives.
Get Fit the Muay Thai Way
Instructor Khadija Safari gets you roaring and ready to fight!
Whimsical Wall Art
This month, decorate lonely walls with gorgeous Islamic wall art designed to awaken your God-consciousness and remind you and your family of Allah (SWT) at every turn. Whether your home is classic, funky, minimalist or modern, this month’s editorial feature will have you searching for blank spaces to fill with beautiful Islamic reminders pleasing to both the eye and soul.