The activities which the Nasirat have been doing across the country during this pandemic, any hardships they’ve overcome, what makes them feel empowered etc.
This lockdown experience has been very different from ordinary life. In fact it has been quite a challenging few months for everyone. Catching up with friends on zoom, using google classrooms instead of physically going to school…
This is the year 2020, When we have had fears a plenty. From earthquakes, bushfires, floods to disease, Sometimes it feels like God is not pleased. Covid 19 – a most devious scheme, NHS and scientists have made a brilliant team. They are working together to...
In early April sadly my mum got really ill. She had an infection in her gums, due to that reason her throat was hurting and she couldn’t eat or drink anything and couldn’t even swallow medicine. She took antibiotics for 5 days. Then she started having a fever…
First, we must follow our beloved Huzoor’s (aba) instruction from the special message delivered on the 27th March 2020. In this message our beloved Huzoor (aba) told us to focus upon prayers and to use our time at home productively. Today I am going to tell you how I...
Lockdown means “STAYING AT HOME”, not going to school, parks, meeting friends or having holidays. We must stay at home as anyone can get infected with coronavirus and this virus can be very deadly. We should improve our prayers and improve our connection with Allah the Almighty. I am listening to…
Beloved Huzoor (aba) also instructed all Jamaat members to follow the government’s instructions and maintain social distancing. Beloved Huzoor (aba) advised in his Friday sermon delivered on the 3rd April 2020 that “all safety precautions should be taken, beloved Huzoor (aba) advice was also to offer Tahajjud prayer …
My mum protects me with love And no one can love you like a mother does. She looks after us, She has to take care of us, that is a must She is kind as a sweet angel She is beautiful as a diamond or a star ‘Paradise lies beneath the feet of mothers’. And when I see my...
Our mothers protect us like a shield No one could love you like a mother No one could replace a mother so caring And no one could replace a mother’s love. She is beautiful like a diamond star She is kind as a sweet angel Whenever I see my mother’s tears, I am always...
Assalamo Alaikum, My name is Fareeha and I am currently in year 9 and I started my GCSEs in September. Personally, for me, the current situation is having a huge impact on my education. I believe this because I feel as though a lot of content and learning is being...
Coronavirus? Seriously? UK on lockdown!! As soon as the schools closed down it changed my life! That means I don’t get to see my friends, cousins and grandparents anymore. No more family get togethers, fun holidays or going out! Well, I guess if I look on the bright...
As you may already know, the events that took place, or are taking place in the world has had a huge impact on everybody in the world. But I’m only here to tell you what I feel has impacted me the most, and that is my education. The shutting down of my school has made...
Never Let Go of Your Dreams!
I did my bachelor’s in psychology and am currently doing a Master’s in Clinical Applications of psychology.
Pursuing psychology a university level was completely by chance, I did not want anything to do with psychology because it involved the element of maths (not a very good excuse I know but I’m not a big fan of maths).
Riddled with Games
SOLVE THE RIDDLES:
ONLY FRUITS CAN BE FOUND IN EACH SENTENCE.
Identify the fruit from the given statement:-
(There is a fruit in every statement)
Example: Did you see a man go by? (Mango)
1. He found his home lonely after his dog’s death.
2. One dare not rob an anaconda of its prey.
3. The crook made his escape armed with a gem.
4. She told her uncle money was what she needed more.
5. If I go out now, I shall miss my cousin.
6. Either courage or anger made him move swiftly.
7. The beggar held out his cap pleading for money.
8. I love playing with slime.
9. The English teacher Ryan teaches French too.
10. He saw his papa yawning at work.
11. He had kept on his lap lump sum of money.
12. Are classes for Telugu available in this city?
13. It is easy to shape a child rather than a man.
14. He is an extremely cheesy guy.
15. Can I wear a khaki with a black shirt?
NAME THE PROPHETS THESE EMOJIS REPRESENT:
2. 🐜 👑
3. 🐑 🔪
4. 🗻🐍 🐄
6. 🚢 🌊
8. 🏔🏔🏔🏔🐦 🐤🐦🐤
11. 📖 🎵🎵🐇🐝🐦🐐
Isolate the Men
There are nine people in a room.
Try to quarantine/ isolate the nine people from each other.
You can only draw two squares to isolate them.
No two people can be together.
My name is Sakina Bonsu and I love to play netball. I played for my primary school and at the start of Year 7, I tried out for the secondary school team. Alhamdullilah, I gained a place on the year 7 netball team. In primary school, my team won the Oadby &...
Islam offers a specific set of instructions which Muslims should dutifully follow. This article will touch upon one of the instructions which God Almighty has given us: leading a Healthy Life. Islam enforces being able to look after our health. We have been ordered in...
“And when I fall ill, it is He who restores me to health” (26:80) Dear Nasirat! You and I are going to work together in every month to keep our body and mind as healthy as possible! Lets begin with the current news about the lockdown! We’ve been given lots of...
Staying healthy physically can help you stay healthy emotionally too. If you are eating the right food and keeping fit, your body will be strong and help you cope with stress and fight illness. Eating well and exercising often helps you stay in good health later on in life. Getting regular sleep is another really important way to stay healthy. Having late nights can leave you feeling tired the next day.
“Cleanliness is half of faith” Islam gives matchless instructions for the cleanliness of the body, declaring physical purity as the first step towards achievement of spiritual heights. Muslims are required to take care of their personal hygiene by ensuring they are...
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Cut up the coriander, onion and the tomato into small pieces and add them into a bowl.
Then add in the chilli powder and salt and mix it together. After you get a pan and …
Put everything together into the electric mixing bowl, and mix it for 2 minutes
a) After mixing it for 2 minute increase the speed high and mix it for 10 minute
b) Smooth the dough into a ball, and transfer it into a grease bowl…
Take a mixing bowl and put in the eggs and sugar and mix until light and fluffy. Then take another mixing bowl and mix the flour and butter until the mixture comes together but is also like breadcrumbs…
This recipe is for Seviyan which is a creamy and delicious traditional Pakistani 🇵🇰 vermicelli pudding. It is very quick to make and can be served hot or cold. If you need a dessert 🍨 in a hurry, this is the one for you 👩🍳
Easy french toast with cinnamon that can be made for breakfast or brunch
Beat the eggs in a bowl (make sure to use a deep bowl/ plate). Add the milk, cinnamon powder, sugar…
Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the sugar and whisk.
Add the baking powder and the Vanilla extract.
Add flour, butter and oil and mix well…
Preheat oven to 190 (170c fan ) and line a 12 hole cupcake tin with paper cases.
Measure the cake ingredients into a bowl and whisk for about three minutes.
Then divide the mixtures between the cupcake cases and bake for 15-20 minutes. Once baked leave them to cool.
Ingredients 150g salted butter, softened 80g light brown muscovado sugar 80g granulated sugar 1 or 2 tsp vanilla extract 1 medium egg 225g plain flour 3/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda ¼ tsp salt 90 grams mint chocolate 90 grams milk chocolate (Or any chocolate you like)...
Ingredients 2 pieces naan or other flatbread (we used Stonefire naan, found in the grocery store deli section) 1/2 cup of your favourite pizza sauce 1 tablespoon shredded Parmesan, plus more for sprinkling 2/3 cup shredded part-skim mozzarella 4 cups chopped,...