Before I got married, I used to be a halaqa addict. I took every class I could get to and I attended various classes, lectures, halaqaat and conferences as much as possible.

After marriage, moving and babies, that all changed. So in an attempt to keep my imaan up, I started this blog. It’s my virtual halaqa with me, myself and I 😀 And if anyone else happens to benefit, alhamdulillah.

If you’re a first time visitor here – most of my posts are part of a series. I usually do a series of posts on an Islamic class I took, a book I read, etc.

Current Series:

The Explanation of the 40 Hadith of an-Nawawi (by Jamal az Zarabozo)

Destination: akhirah – a series on death and what comes after

The Prophets of Islam

Let me know if anyone finds any mistakes! And please make du’aa`/pray for me and my family if you benefit from this at all.

(updated May ’11)


20 Responses to About

  1. Kadiatu says:

    May Allah(swt) reward you for your time and effort put into this! I agree, that the best way to learn, for some, is to read and absorb the information that way. JazakiAllahukhair sister!

  2. ummibraheem says:

    wa iyyakum

  3. Vahid khan says:

    May Allah Bless u All 4 good work u r doing .Brother I wanted more literature to upgrade my Iman.How will I get such authantic sources of Islamic literature ?

  4. ummibraheem says:

    It depends on where you live…
    I’m in the US, and our family usually gets our books and CDs, etc from Dar us Salaam or whatever bookstore is closest…
    But in places like Pakistan or India (or other countries with huge Muslim populations) I’d imagine it’s much easier to get your hands on good literature.
    – Sister Umm Ibraheem

  5. kalthoom says:

    As-salamu alaykum! just wanna say jazakallahu khayr-this blog is very beneficial mashallah! keep up the good work-may allah reward u abundantly sis!!!!!

    • ummibraheem says:

      wa ‘alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullah

      jazakAllah khayr for the kind words, sister kalthoom 🙂 It always makes me smile when I call people half way across the world sister 🙂 My sister in law is from the UK as well 🙂

  6. Ummladoos says:

    Jazak Allah Khairin Sister, May Allah reward your efforts and bring blessings to you and your family. We don’t realize that though we put in our effort by the Mercy of Allah, making sacrifices and staying up late nights to get these things done , we should thank Allah for granting us family members who support us in our efforts, alhumdulillah. Especially our sweet little blessings that Allah granted us..our children. They are sometimes what drive us and motivate us, Alhumdulillah!!!
    I was wondering where you live Sister?

    • ummibraheem says:

      wa ‘alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullah

      You’re right, sister. JazakAllah khayr for the reminder. My husband never complains when I spend hours at a time working on these sort of things. Alhamdulillah.

  7. Dreamfable says:

    Assalem Aleykum,

    Thank you for the energy you have put in your blog. I like reading it.


  8. Assalam mu laikum,

    I would your blog to be in my blog roll.


  9. Dreamfable says:

    SubhaneAllah… Your blog is very inspiring and everytime after I visit it I see it has become even better!

  10. Rubina says:

    Jazak’Allah for your blog, they are really nice!. While reading you Fiqh of Clothing taught by Yasir Q, I was wondering if he had mentioned any ruling about women wearing necklaces with Allah’s name/Quranic verses and whether is it permissible. Would you please let me know if he did, or if you happen to know anything about this matter by any other sheikh? Jazak’Allah

  11. ummibraheem says:

    As salaamu ‘alaykum Sr. Rubina,
    Sorry about taking so long to reply…I’ve been very busy with my children. I THINK that topic was covered in class, but I’d have to go back in my notes and see what the shaykh said. I’ll let you know if I find anything inshaAllah.

  12. jahid says:

    I have came to ur site following a link for the hereafter. u don’t have it anymore?

  13. Junaid says:

    Assalaamu Alaikum, I came across your blog while in search of notes for Yasir Qadhi’s Precious Provisions course. I just want to say JazakAllahu khairan for your notes! Not only is it extremely beneficial to have them, you’ve done a great job of keeping them organized! May Allah reward you immensely for this.

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