Sunnah Seekers' Space

Unfold the pages of the Sunnah Seekers' Space, where the vibrant spirit of Bubble Girl meets the profound teachings of Islam. This special corner is designed to flutter the wings of young minds, guiding them towards the radiant colors of Islamic wisdom.

Harnessing the essence of Bubble Girl's journey of empowerment and identity, we've painted a vivid landscape of Islamic learning. Discover beautifully crafted guides, animated videos, and interactive glossaries, each echoing the lively spirit and resilience of young Muslim girls everywhere.

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once said, "The seeking of knowledge is a must for every Muslim." (Al-Tirmidhi) With this guiding light, the Sunnah Seekers' Space becomes a canvas where every stroke of knowledge paints a brighter future, where faith and understanding dance in harmonious rhythm.

As this section is freshly blossoming, we're continuously working on bringing more enriching content to life. If you have suggestions or topics you'd love to see covered, we warmly invite you to reach out to us via email. Your insights will be the wind beneath our wings as we curate this dedicated space for learning.

Step into a space where the heartbeats of Bubble Girl and the timeless teachings of Islam come together, crafting a world where each day is an opportunity to learn, grow, and shine. Dive in, seek knowledge, and let your spirit soar in the Sunnah Seekers' Space.

#Islamic Guides

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Islamic FAQ's

Modesty means showing respect for ourselves and others through the way we behave, dress, and speak.

It's about valuing our inner qualities more than our outside appearances.

In Islam, modesty is a beautiful value that teaches us to be humble, kind, and respectful.

When someone is modest, they choose to cover some parts of their body and dress in a way that is simple and not showy. But it's not just about clothing! Being modest also means having good manners, speaking kindly, and treating everyone fairly.

It's like a gentle shield that protects our heart and character.

A Hijab is commonly known as a headscarf, worn by many Muslim girls and women to cover their hair and neck

A face veil worn by some Muslim women, leaving the eyes visible.

A Abaya loose-fitting robe-like dress worn by some Muslim women.

A Jilbab A long, loose-fitting garment worn by some Muslim women.

Wadu is the act of ritual cleansing with water before prayers (Salah).

The Islamic practice of ritual prayer. Performed 5 times a day

Refers to what is permissible or allowed in Islamic law.

Refers to what is forbidden or not allowed in Islamic law.

Tasbeeh refers to continuous recitations and also refers to a string of prayer beads used by Muslims to count recitations.

Due means personal supplications or prayers to Allah or to ask Allah for something.

Sadaqah is a voluntary charity or good deeds in Islam.

Tarawih is a special prayers performed during the month of Ramadan.

Zakat is form of almsgiving or charity given to the poor.

Iftar is the evening meal to break or open or end, the fast during Ramadan.

Sahur is the pre-dawn meal before fasting during Ramadan.

A Khimar is a cape-like garment that covers the chest and shoulders, sometimes used as a general term for a headscarf.

Often translated as "religion", it encompasses the complete way of life according to Islamic teachings.

Tawhead is the belief that Allah is one, its the concept of monotheism in Islam, believing in the oneness of Allah.

Hadith are a collection of sayings, actions or approvals of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Sunnah are the practices, actions, and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad(peace be upon him). Following the Sunnah is a way to live a good life according to Islamic teachings.

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