A Different Type Of Hajj

The pilgrimage to Makkah to perform the Hajj is one of the most awaited times in the lives of a muslim.
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How To De-Stress During Covid 19

Stress arises when one is progressing in a situation. Most stress is controllable; it helps to motivate a person in getting things done. However stress can also be negative and cause anxiety mood swings or problems with others.
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SPECTACULAR PLACES TO VISIT IN SEPTEMBER

With the sun streaming through the warm red-and-orange-coloured leaves and dancing across the river’s surface, at this time of year running water gains a mystical quality.
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John Lewis set to sell Hijabs in their London and Liverpool Stores

John Lewis is offering the hijab in its school uniform department in London and Liverpool for the first time in history. So far they have signed contracts with two schools,  the Islamia Girls’…


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East London To Get An All-Asian Shopping Mall

East London is to get an all-Asian shopping mall which opens in October. Currently being built on Green Street in Newham, it will comprise 35 two-storey units, a 17-unit souk (for smaller…


Features

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 2014

Tickets are now on sale for the UK’s spectacular Christmas destination – Hyde Park Winter  Wonderland. Returning on 21st November for six exciting weeks of winter festivities with FREE admission…


Travel

The Beauty of Morocco

Morocco is situated in Africa with quite some African heritage, but its common history with Al Andalus (Islamic Spain), its climate and its varied topography, its Arabic name (Maghred Al Aqsa =…


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Pop a little piece of London in your pocket

The Royal Mint has unveiled some unusual photographs of famous British landmarks to highlight their latest commemorative coin collection, which celebrates some of Britain’s best-loved landmarks. The images portray classic…


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Tea makes the world go round – and stopping for a cup of tea is popular in countries worldwide

The UK has been a big tea drinking nation since the seventeenth century.  At one point, the cost of tea was so expensive that ladies used to lock it up…



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