A beautiful poem written by Rabia al-Adawiyya (also known by Rabia Basri), and sang in the melodious voice of munshid Othman Al Rashidi. Its is a unique love song for the true love of her life, her creator Allah (swt).
The Headache - Sufi Comics – The Headache Do you know people who always complain? Whenever I hear someone complain, this story of Rabia Al-Basri comes to mind. There was a time I used to think that if you’re complaining all the time, you must be “smart”. Because if you’re ... - http://wp.me/p3tR8y-Ac
The Lost Female Scholars of Islam Dr Akram Nadwi is soon to publish his 40-volume collection on Muslim women scholars. In 2007, Mehrunisha Suleman and Afaaf Rajbee analysed the lost legacy of women scholars and its impact on today's world in emel's feature on The Lost Female Scholars of Islam.
Middle Grade book of a 21st century Muslim teenager who travels back in time to 1857. As the review says "This beautifully written book looks at the ideas of race, religion, and bigotry from a multi century view. It gives us a front row seat and a glimpse into pivotal moments in American history as well as what it’s like to be a practicing muslim in the 21st century."