. . . the thoughts of a fashion-loving british arab.
I think your blog is fascinating. I am an Australian woman with very little understanding of the Muslim religion, and I'm going to follow your blog in hopes I can learn a lot. You seem like such a wonderful and empowered person :)
Emmamichelle: I'm glad you like the blog :D I shall be following yours as well then! If you ever have any questions, please ask :)Also, I love long bus trips too XD
Libya, Yemen, Syria, Palestine....my duas are with them all. off-topic: Do you know if Arab countries serve a drink called "falooda"?salaam.-Imran
Imran: It sounds Arabic but I've never actually heard of it, sorry :/Salam
Imran: Yes, they do. Consisting of icecream, rosewater and noodles if I recall correctly. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FaloodaYup, or some variation thereof. You should be able to find it somewhere. I had it in the Emirates. -Bee
hmmm? Is that an Almond drink? Yes, my du'as are with ALL the oppressed Muslims around the world, lets not forget the Sudan and other Muslim-African countries... I have trials in my life, but I can not imagine living in a tent in a refugee camp because of war or drought... May Allah help the Muslims and guide us on the straight path AMEEN!
"Arab acquisition of Greek science"http://www.nicholaswhyte.info/trans.htmWonderful overview.salaam.-Imran
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