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Asda donates £100k to FareShare to support the Muslim Community across the month of Ramadan

Supermarket retailer Asda has announced that during Ramadan it will be donating thousands of pounds to FareShare to support Muslim charities and community groups across the country. Through its charity…


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4 Ramadan recipes to cure fasting fatigue

Ramadan Mubarak! Each culture and family have their own dishes that form part of their suhoor (the meal before dawn) and iftar, (the feast that breaks the fast at sundown)….


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5 Ways to Get Yourself Ready for Ramadan

Ramadan is almost upon us! Only a few more days to go and we will feel alive again. To welcome this blessed month, we’ve put together a list of our…


Features History & Heritage

Welcoming the month of Sha’ban

Shaʽban is the eighth month of the Islamic Calendar. It is the month of “separation”, so called because the pagan Arabs used to disperse in search of water. The fifteenth night…


Wellbeing

How to Find Solace in a Marriage

Words: Juber Ahmed   It isn’t always about the lavish date nights, trips to expensive restaurants and luxury vacations. Rather it is more about the little things that bring us closer to our…


Bristish Muslim Magazine Features Food & Drink History & Heritage

The history of Ramadan

Main Image Credit – Hasan Almasi When was Ramadan, Islam’s holy month of fasting, first observed? And how have its practices changed over time? Ramadan is Islam’s holy month of…


Food & Drink

Ramadan: Crunchy Potato & Kidney Bean Tikki Bites

Khazana, Saliha Mahmood Ahmed Tikki, bite-sized potato croquettes, are eaten throughout north India and Pakistan. They really are incredibly moreish. The addition of kidney beans gives these little morsels of…


Bristish Muslim Magazine

How can you be a good Muslim and a modern British woman?

The two are not mutually exclusive concepts – there is no correlation between being a “good Muslim” and being a “modern British woman”. In fact, both terms are so difficult…


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The Night of Power in Al Aqsa – Film Review

One Night in Al Aqsa is hitting the screens in Leicester Square. I would describe this docu-movie as a sequel to Abrar Hussain’s sequel to One Day in the Haram…


Food & Drink

Chocolate truffles make the perfect Eid gift- Recipe

Do you want to make your friends and family feel special this Eid?  Then why not give them a handmade gift?  Not only will it eliminate the pressure of thinking…


Features Muslim Fashion

Your best looks for Ramadan and Eid on Modanisa.com

Modanisa bringing the world of modest fashion to London this weekend Leading e-tailer Modanisa has teamed up with the industry’s best modest fashion designers to give you an ultra-chic choice…


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