Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam and a very spiritual time for many Muslim families across the world. The young generation of Muslim parents want to make Ramadan fun for their kids.
Ramadan is a few weeks away and like me most parents with young children also want to make Ramadan fun and memorable for their children. I remember four years ago when we first started Ibraheem Toy House
Ramadan is about two weeks away and for some of us, it can be an anxious time, wondering whether we will be able to make the most of this blessed month whilst juggling mum duties. We are all
Growing up, there was no mainstream Islam – or rather, there was no Islam in my mainstream. We had no Masjid or Madrassah, there was no such thing as a ‘Muslim’ toy or book, and Muslim television?
So it’s that time of the year when you are stuck in doors with the kids because it’s too cold to go outside. What activities can you do to keep them entertained without breaking
The sayings of Prophet Muhammad are filled with wisdom and guidance for mankind. He did not utter a word, other than it was deliberate and with a purpose. Through the study of his hadith, we can
There are great merits in memorising the Quran. As Muslims, we recite the Quran daily, but only a few blessed individuals have memorised it in its entirety.
Hifdh of Quran is not something that
There can be little doubt that the man Muhammad is known in every land across the globe. Many may understand his connection with Islam, many may have heard half-truths or perhaps even lies about him.
Nothing is more natural to a mother and father than the desire to protect their family from danger. Harm can come to us in many forms; including that of the unseen world.
In addition to the dangers
As the joyous celebration of Eid approaches, many of us will be thinking about what gifts we will be giving to our children. We want to give them toys that they will love to play with, that