In this book, the author meticulously and frankly writes her diary in a small town called "Tarim" in Hadhramaut Valley of Eastern Yemen. She went there in summer 2008 to attend a 40-day intensive Isla
When Islam dawned, it enunciated the principle of freedom. Commander of the Faithful, Umar Ibn Al-Khattab declared his famous saying: “When, on earth, have you enslaved people while their mothers de
The Culture & Entertainment page this year is giving its readers a challenge to better benefit from the good habit of reading.
Meeting at Sam’n’s home, I instantly picked up on the inspiration behind this book: a vibrant home dotted with artwork produced by her three adorable children.
“We are a people who tell stories, Layla. You will now have your own story to tell."With this premise, Secrets Of the Olive Tree engages the reader in a novel that will tug at every human emotion an
Alykhan Boolani highlights how “Terrified Immigrant Syndrome” can be an even more intense phenomenon in smaller Islamic sects, and how the ever present specter of community involvement stifles pro
In the book's introduction, Dr. Hamouda writes, "My mother's tales about her house in Old Jerusalem have always been an integral part of my life. She never told me fairy tales, or any kind of tales.
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