Hiba's Commentary

Camel milk- The new hope

Do you know? Camel Milk can aid in treating complex ailments such as Cancer and Autism? It ‘is also a power packed supplement with enough nutrients to sustain a person through the day, writes Wardah Mahmood.

Still so busy: Give elders time before time flies

Serving elders can be a ticket to Jannah and a source of blessing in homes. Tooba Asif emphasizes on taking care of older ones in order to rejoice their presence before it’s too late.

Date- A man’s mate

Why dates are useful for health? Read on nutritional values dates provide to human body in cohesion with the Sunnah of Prophet (sa), explains Wardah Mahmood.

Personality Development


A well-prepared welcome to Ramadan

Haven't prepared for Ramadan yet? Rabia Ijaz presents easy tips for the 'Rush- Hour' personalities to welcome Ramadan and make the most of it.

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Path to Jannah; Path of Knowledge!

Sarah Shaukat explains how we need to tread the path of knowledge in this world in order to tread on the path of paradise in the hereafter.

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Justice for All: Who Will Be Bankrupt In Allah’s (swt) Court?

Is it possible for someone who prays, fasts, and gives charity to be bankrupt on the Day of Judgement? Mufti Ismail Menk explains in this short lecture.

Life with the Ahmad Family

Omar's Oats - Ahmad Family Comics

Omar's Oats - Ahmad Family Comics

Jamal and Omar are having breakfast together... but Omar refuses to share his cereal. Find out why!!

Ahmad Family Comic - Jamal's Will

[Ahmad Family Comics] Jamal's Will

In this Islamic comic, Jamal is writing his will... but there's a surprise!

Life with the Ahmad Family Comic - It's All Haraam!

[Ahmad Family Comic] It's All Haram!

Have you ever met people who think EVERYTHING is HARAM these days? Jamal and his father meet someone like that in today's comic! :)

Lessons in Love


Living in a Joint Family – More Pros than Cons

Saneya Qadir shares her reflections and experiences on living in a joint family. "Living with in-laws helps create a bond between you and them; and it increases understanding between both the parties," she writes.

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Marriage is Love: What it takes to be in love and be loved?

"Love doesn’t end with marriage, it rather begins with it; marriage sows the seed of love!" Nageen Parvaiz shares some real love stories.


Are the new couple in double the trouble?

"Walking into the holy matrimony at the age of nineteen, I had my fair share of doubts and misunderstandings." Kulsoom Hussain shares tips for the newly weds.

Positive Parenting


Synchronize Yourself - I See My Parents To Be A Parent!

Who do we end up emulating the most when we become parents? Our own parents, of course. Hira Zubair shares a heartwarming piece.


Raising confident Muslim kids

"It is our duty as parents to imbue confidence in our children in order to make them productive human beings." Read this article to find simple and practical tips on how to raise confident children.


Make a wish list!

How should we handle the ever increasing demands of our children? Ayesha Shahzad presents some handy tips.

Literary Lane

A new day, a new beginning, a new life!

Successful people take every day as a chance to pursue their ambitions and work tirelessly to please Allah, narrates Hira Naqi


[Poem] Opt for Optimism

Nothing lasts forever in this world but Allah's Mercy is for all times. Tooba Asif encapsulates the concept of hopefulness in the ephemeral nature of this world.


[Poem] Living in Uncertainty

In a heart-wrenching poem, Naima Zahur describes the state of uncertainty in the world we are living in. Pity not the dead, she writes, pity the living.

Fasiha - Enduring Islamic Values

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"Why Do I Exist?" A Webinar on Self-Discovery

What's your path to self-discovery? Do you wonder WHY you were created? Do you want Jannah & not sure how to get there? Hiba Magazine and Fasiha present: "Why Do I Exist?" A FREE Webinar on Self-Discovery. Register for FREE at this link.


Parental Pressure – Tips for Teenaged Boys

Do you feel you are being pressured by your parents? Fasiha brings forth some simple yet effective ways of dealing with parental pressure for teen aged boys.


Parental Pressure – Tips for Teenaged Girls

Teenagehood is mostly about life choices - and parental pressure kicks in too soon. Fasiha presents some handy tips for girls on how to tackle parental pressures regarding marriage, education and work in an effective manner.


[Infograph] Productive Outings

Muslimahs out there! Do you want to spend quality time-out with fellows to relax and enjoy? But ending up into un-productive things dread you? Checkout this Infograph to have some tips for your productive outings.

[Infograph] 30 Reasons to be grateful

The servant of Allah (swt) finds every reason to be grateful of His innumerable bounties. Habibi Halaqas finds 30 Reasons for being grateful to Allah.

[Infograph] The many shades of prayer

Prayers matter for a Muslim! Check out this amazing infograph showing many shades of prayers.

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Don’t Facebook your Marriage Problems

Listen to an earnest advice by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan to keep marriage problems confidential and the way to seek counsel in this regard.


[Video] 7 Tips to Apply What You Learn

Knowledge shines when practiced! Confused on how to apply it diligently? Here are 'Seven Practical Tips to apply what you Learn' by Brother Mohammad Arshad


[Video] Handling Criticism

What is the best way to respond to those who criticise you? Sh. Omar Suleiman gives a beautiful answer in this short clip.

Thursday Recipe

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Root Vegetable Stew

What do you do when you plan to eat seasonably, but do not want the same century old taste over and over again? You look for new recipes! Uzma Awan presents a delicious vegetable stew recipe.

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Steak and onions with fried tomatoes

Craving for a juicy home-made steak? Try out this easy to make recipe of steak with tomatoes and onions by Zeenat Iqbal Hakimjee.


Cooking Fish

Fish and winters go hand in hand. Zeenat Iqbal Hakimjee, culinary expert from Islamabad, shares some tips for cooking and frying fish in our Thursday Recipe segment.



Review: Shades of Oblivion

Shades of Oblivion is a character driven contemporary novel by Ibn Adam, set in the inner boroughs of London. It follows three youths and the choices they make that lead them to 'Oblivion'; the name given to a post 9/11 detention centre. Anoshia Riaz reviews the novel.


[Book Review] Quran Par Amal

Quran was not sent down for mere recitation. It was sent for us to implement it in our lives. Tuba Faizan reviews 'Quran Par Amal' by Samia Ramzan, a book that offers solutions to real life problems through the verses of Quran.


Review: Get Fluent in Arabic

"Being multilingual in today’s world is not only an asset but a necessity." Tasneem Vali reviews a self-help motivational book on learning Arabic; 'Get Fluent in Arabic' by Moniur S Rehman.