The daily chronicle of my family as we embark on our quest to relocate from New York to Cairo... the impending journey to get there and the daily lives of myself, my husband and our four children... and other random thoughts while living in Cairo!

Looking to make contact with other Muslimahs who are like myself with small children living or will be living in a foreign country.

I invite you to share the experience with us as we try to make this happen!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Allahu Akbar!


Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah

Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah

Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah

Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah...

For those who read this and don't understand what that might mean, here's the translation:
Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... wa lil-lahil-hamd
Allah is Most Great... Allah is Most Great... to Him belongs all Praise

Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... Allahu Akbar... la ilaha illallah
Allah is Most Great... Allah is Most Great... Allah is Most Great... there is no God but Allah

To all my sisters and brothers in Islam- Eid Mubarak!










2 comments:

M.J. said...

Eid Kareem!!!!

questfortherightone.blogspot.com said...

Assalamu Alaikum sister!

First of all I need a minute to get over all the beauty on this site. MashAllah your sense of art is captivating.

Eid kareem to you and yours. May Allah (swt) ease the difficult.

I am an arab muslim woman living in the west who recently awakened to something she hears about often. It goes by the name of marriage.

In a short while I realized how little i know. When i went online to learn, I discovered that most of the material is for/by/about brothers. Which is respectable.

However, I wanted to open up one little space for muslim women out in the west, who are thinking of marriage, the idea (let alone when the real thing happens).

In brief, this message is to invite you -- and everybody else - to come visit the site. Get comfortable with it, have a look around and leave your words of wisdom too :-)

I am at: www.questfortherightone.blogspot.com

Wassalam,
Quest