Saturday Spotlight: Elizabeth Lymer

I am pleased to introduce author Elizabeth Lymer as todays Saturday Spotlight. Elizabeth is an established author of childrens stories and nursery rhymes.   Firstly, JazakAllah Khair for agreeing to take part in my Saturday Spotlight feature. BarakAllahfeekum. Thanks for having me 🙂   1. Please do introduce yourself I’m a passionate reader of children’s

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Saturday Spotlight: Olive Tree Study

Please do introduce yourself.  Assalamu alaikum. My name is Tahera Akther. I am a mother of four children mashallah aged between 2 to 14 yeas of age. Other then being a busy mum, I am involved in a few projects that I am leading. I will go through them briefly. Firstly, I am the founder,

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Saturday Spotlight: Islamic Reliefs #Cakes4Syria

Back in December I did a post about Syria. Although Syria doesn’t seem to make the news much now, this doesn’t mean help is still not needed. According to Islamic Relief:  ‘Over 6 million Syrians are in need for humanitarian aid, around 4 million people have been internally displaced, more than 1.7 million refugees have fled

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Saturday Spotlight: British Muslim TV

As a Muslim and as a British Muslim, it can be difficult to come across programmes on television that I can relate to. Yes I watch the soaps and serials when I do have time but it would be nice to have something  that can deal with the issues and topics that relate to a

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Saturday Spotlight: Ronald McDonald House Charities

I have recently come across a charity whom I had briefly heard about before but didn’t know too much about: Ronald McDonald House Charities. So what do they do? Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is an independent Charity which aims to provide free ‘home away from home’ accommodation at hospitals across the UK, enabling families

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Saturday Spotlight – Muslim Women’s Network UK

Before Christmas I read a tweet about an anthology project and was curious to learn more. I discovered the Muslim Women’s Network and invited the vice chair, Nazmin Akhtar, to tell us more about the Muslim Women’s Network and the project.   About Muslim Women’s Network UK Muslim Women’s Network was formally established in 2003

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