Umm Isam shares some stories of teenagers and the learning from each of them.
Is there a way out for those teenagers, who are inclined towards their Deen and yet succumb to peer-pressure for fear of isolation? Sadaf Farooqi has some handy solutions.
Hafsa Ahsan unveils the reality of the advertisement slogans.
A day in the life of a teenager - a point to ponder for nagging parents.
Patience, love and prayers with consistent effort are the most effective tools to deal with your teens, writes Sameen Sadaf!
What can be done to improve the current situation and channel the youth towards a positive future? Hiba Magazine interviewed a few prominent personalities, who have worked with the youth in different fields.
Hassan (rta) and Hussain (rta) are role models for Muslim families today: reminders for new mothers that Tarbiyyah begins from conception and is pivotal in the early childhood years, writes Sadaf Farooqi.
Laila Brence details the concept of war in Islam.
My story of Islam in Saudi Arabia is mainly a story about a relatively new Muslim revert, who has lived in both Western and Eastern societies, writes Kristine Julika
Muslims were the first civilization to institutionalize higher learning through models of systemized education, writes Saulat Pervez.
When you sense a gap between your vision of a rich and joyful family life you want to have and the reality of your everyday family life, you feel disappointed. But do not despair, writes Umm Isam.
Umm Isam discusses some PBA withdrawals and deposits, in her ongoing series for teenagers.
Ruhaifa Samir offers five handy tips on establishing good habits this Ramadan.
In order to instill in our children the values that can make them a means of Sadaqa-e-Jariya for us in our afterlife, we must follow the ways and methods by which the prophets and the righteous taught their progeny, writes Maryam Sakeenah.
Before visiting any fast food outlet or restaurant, either for Suhoor or Iftar, ask yourself the following questions
Iqra Asad invites our attention to the Chand Raat and suggests how we can avoid going overboard in our Eid celebrations.
Inspiring snippets from the life of the second Caliph, Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (rta).
During one of his numerous travels to India, Igors, a European entrepreneur, visited Kashmir, where he accepted Islam. Following is the letter he wrote to his wife on the day of his conversion.
Review of the latest must-reads!
Jazz up your tea trolley this Eid with these easy-to-make treats!