Author Archives: Amadou Jarju


Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr, at the end of the Month of Ramadan. It is a holiday that marks the end of the Ramadan. Below are 11 things you should know about Eid al-Fitr: #1: It is held


Islam is a religion of truth and moderation with neither exaggeration nor negligence. Islam therefore does not completely prevent hitting of kids nor consider it insignificant in the upbringing of a child. The human soul rather needs this method, especially


The month of Ramadan is not only a month when Muslims abstain from food and drink from before sunrise to a little after sunset, but also everything we do in this blessed month enable us to develop our Taqwa (piety).


Enormous leverage is held by parents in terms of what they teach their children and how their children grow up as adults. Therefore, Islam hold parents responsible for steering the upbringing of their children according to the traditions of Prophet

Memorizing Quran

The following are some points to help both parents and their children memorize the noble Qur’an, so as for this honorable act to provide continuous benefits to them forever. #1.Recite the following Du’a with your kids every time before commencing


A special ceremony was held last month by the Saudi British Bank (SABB) to honor the first batch of graduates of its Taqadam startup accelerator program. The ceremony was attended by the Director General of the KAFALA Program, Hamam Hashem.


You should teach your child the things that he/she needs to do to develop proper conduct. This only occurs through sound upbringing and guidance. Parents should be role models to their children because children will not learn to be honest