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Muslimah Blogger Directory

Muslimah Blogger Directory

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah
Dear sisters:

Sister Rabia of has requested that I post on the launch of her exciting initiative.

If you’re a blogger, please read on…



I wanted to create a blog where Muslimah sisters could share their blogs, ideas, and feelings on all topics. The more blogs I get, the better!!

If you somehow found this blog, and you’re a muslimah and would like to submit your blog, please e-mail me at:

When you email me make sure you include:
Blog Link
Blog Title
Name(it can be a nickname)
Blog Category

Personal Information
Any interesting fact about yourself

Please tell any other Muslimah bloggers you know about this directory!

Thank you,

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  • anon
    Posted at 13:25h, 25 Mar Reply

    sorry this isnt related to the post, but what is a good hifdh routine?

    i try to memorise 1/2 page daily (5 times a week) and i know about 18 juz but theyre not strong, and my teacher only has the time to listen to half the page and she doesnt listen to anything else.

    what is a good routine?
    what was your routine like when you memorised?


    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 08:28h, 28 Mar Reply

      Wa ‘alaykumus salaam wa Rahmatullah
      Dear sister:

      Shukran for the superb question:)
      Inshaa Allah, i hope to do a blog post on the topic in the near future.

      Hifdh routine varies from student to student – a good routine is one in which there is consistency and regular assessment in one’s revision programme.

      I always maintain that our hifdh progress should not be made at the ‘expense’ of our revision, for we are truly only huffaadh of the Qur’aan that we have well-preserved in our hearts.

      My personal routine was quite extensive, but also that I had been attending hifdh classes on a full-time basis (minimum 6 hours per day), and so most free time was used to review Qur’aan.

      I would suggest creating an additional revision programme at home or with a friend, where you can practise & review your hifdh of previously-learnt surahs. In this way, assisting you so that you don not forget any of your memorised Qur’aan, inshaa Allah!

      Please feel free to contact me for any furthr questions & I’d be glad to assist you:)

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