Mawlid in Africa

Mawlid al-Nabi (Arabic: مَولِد النَّبِي), also called Mawlid, is a festive observance of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by some Muslims. It is a cultural expression, and not a religious obligation or global practice. Due to Islam using a lunar calendar, Mawlid will occur this year on October 29th, 2020. This post will […]

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Libyan Sharba Soup Recipe

Today my sister-in-law and I made Libyan sharba, a type of soup used to break the fast in Ramadan.  But it is also eaten throughout the winter months.  It can be made for special occasions and when visitors come. Basically it’s pretty much a staple in any Libyan household. In different Libyan cities, small variations

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5 Arab Olympic Winners | Multicultural Kid Blogs

5 Arab Olympic Winners

  RELATED: Olympics for Kids The 2016 Olympics in Rio started last Friday, and the television is always on at our house. This is very unusual for us, but we made an exception so we can cheer on our favorite Arabic speaking athletes at the 2016 Olympics Games. At the 2016 Rio Games, there are 486

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