The material presented in this article is based on a workshop titled “Raising Confident Kids” facilitated by Madeha Masood at ERDC (Educational Resource Development Centre).
Umm Abdullah reflects upon the alarming trend of severing kinship ties.
The seven habits of highly effective families, as detailed by Stephen Covey in his best-seller. Adapted and presented here by Umm Isam.
The question of prime importance is: what does Islam say about the joint family? Sadaf Farooqi takes an in-depth look at the issues and the solutions.
Guests indeed are among Allah's (swt) blessings, but we can see from the Prophet’s (sa) example that there is a certain etiquette of visitation, which one must follow in order to fulfill the Sunnah, writes Tooba Asim.
Laila Brence details the concept of war, as found in Judaism.
Dr. Israr Ahmed's lecture, covering the differences between the concepts of Deen and Madh-dhab. Translated for Hiba Magazine by Maryam Sakeenah.
Kiran Ansari reflects upon her life as a Muslim in Chicago, USA.
Muslims transformed the Chinese art of papermaking into a major industry as early as the eighth century, writes Saulat Pervez.
Ruhie Jamshed reflects upon raising daughters as responsible Mominahs!
Being in the family way is a significant turn of events. It is the onset of one of the greatest responsibilities Allah (swt) can entrust us with – that of bearing and raising a person according to His (swt) pleasure.
At the end of the day, it seems that husbands think more about practical issues, such as money management, when it comes to marriage. At the same time, they are also concerned about how to balance out their roles between their parents and their wives.
I am thinking of all the problems that girls face in their marital life. If only they quiz their potential spouse about his level of Deen beforehand, they can easily avoid the problems which come afterwards.
Umm Isam discusses why being principle-centered is the real thing.
Rana Rais Khan discusses the top five ways of being proactive in family life.
J. Samia Mair reflects upon contentment.
Dr. Farah Aslam reflects upon her life in a joint family system and the blessing in disguise it proved to be.
Do we take our family for granted? Are we horrid at home and sweet outside? Umm Musa reflects.
The flood and the way we choose to look at it raises some fundamental questions that strike at the heart of our very self-definition and our worldview - in fact, our very identity.
An inspiring story about a life-changing experience.
Laila Brence and Hafsa Ahsan review the latest must-haves on the reading list.
Great thinkers and counsellors are helping America re-discover the family values and basic human goodness by teaching them what has been revealed to Muslims 1400 years ago, reminds Rana Rais Khan.
Amber Saleem presents some herbal and home remedies to treat sore throat.
Ferya Ilyas interviews the Muslim prison chaplain, Farhana Seema Qureshy, who has the honour of helping inmates of English origin and some British Africans held in the HMP prison, UK, revert to Islam.
Amber Saleem analyzes the causes and cures of skin allergies.