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Winner of The Grassroots Production of the Year Award #AudibleAPA2019
2020 British Podcast Awards Nominee - Best Sex & Relationships Podcast
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Amplifying the voices of Muslim women

The Amaliah Podcast amaliah.com

    • Culture et société
    • 5.0 • 4 notes

Winner of The Grassroots Production of the Year Award #AudibleAPA2019
2020 British Podcast Awards Nominee - Best Sex & Relationships Podcast
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Amplifying the voices of Muslim women

    Amaliah WFH / The Link Between Intentionality and Sleeping, Why Small Changes Can Make Big Waves and The Reality of A Lockdown In Winter

    Amaliah WFH / The Link Between Intentionality and Sleeping, Why Small Changes Can Make Big Waves and The Reality of A Lockdown In Winter

    Hey everyone, Salaam,
    Welcome to Amaliah works from home.
    Selina, Nafisa and I have decided to stream our daily morning meetings where we check in with each other whilst social distancing, share reflections and try to keep up the morale during these uncertain times.
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    In this week's episode, we’re discussing how intentionality and sleeping are linked, why small changes can make big waves and the reality of a lockdown in winter.
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    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support
     
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    • 19 min
    What's In A Samosa? Losing Our Dad to Covid and Navigating Our First Ramadan Without Him by Nafia Guljar

    What's In A Samosa? Losing Our Dad to Covid and Navigating Our First Ramadan Without Him by Nafia Guljar

    Hey everyone, welcome to Amaliah Anthology!
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    We thought it was about time that we turn some of our most read pieces over on Amaliah.com into some of our most listened to tracks on the podcast. We're bringing amaliah.com articles to life with readings by the authors themselves, so that you can enjoy your favourite pieces in a new way.
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    Thank you to Nafia Guljar for her reading of her piece, 'What's In A Samosa? Losing Our Dad to Covid and Navigating Our First Ramadan Without Him'.
    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support
     
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    • 11 min
    Amaliah WFH / Why Some Don’t Want to Be Called A Feminist, We catch Up On Boris' Rule of Six + The Bad Behaviour of Twitter Muftis

    Amaliah WFH / Why Some Don’t Want to Be Called A Feminist, We catch Up On Boris' Rule of Six + The Bad Behaviour of Twitter Muftis

    Hey everyone, welcome to Amaliah works from home! Selina, Nafisa and Sara stream their morning meetings where they check in with each other whilst social distancing, share reflections and try to keep up the morale during these uncertain times.
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    In this week's episode of #workingfromhomepodcast, we’re discussing why some don’t want to be called a feminist, we catch up on Boris' rule of six, and the bad behaviour of twitter muftis.
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    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support
     
    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 18 min
    The Secret Life of a Muslim in Lockdown: Living With My Chinese Family by Assiah Hamed

    The Secret Life of a Muslim in Lockdown: Living With My Chinese Family by Assiah Hamed

    Hey everyone, welcome to Amaliah Anthology!
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    We thought it was about time that we turn some of our most read pieces over on Amaliah.com into some of our most listened to tracks on the podcast. We're bringing amaliah.com articles to life with readings by the authors themselves, so that you can enjoy your favourite pieces in a new way.
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    Thank you to Assiah Hamed for her reading of her piece, 'The Secret Life of a Muslim in Lockdown: Living With My Chinese Family'.
    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support


     
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    • 7 min
    Amaliah WFH / How To Read The Signs of Burnout, Slowbalisation and The Iceberg Effect of Lockdown

    Amaliah WFH / How To Read The Signs of Burnout, Slowbalisation and The Iceberg Effect of Lockdown

    Hey everyone, welcome to Amaliah works from home! Selina, Nafisa and Sara stream their morning meetings where they check in with each other whilst social distancing, share reflections and try to keep up the morale during these uncertain times.
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    In this week's episode of #workingfromhomepodcast, we discuss why burnout might be common but reading the signs might not be as much, we find out the meaning of 'slowbalisation' and discuss the iceberg effects of lockdown.
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    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support
     
    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 22 min
    "Mum Why Are There No Female Prophets?" Princesses of Paradise & Strong Female Leaders in Islam by Sumaya Teli

    "Mum Why Are There No Female Prophets?" Princesses of Paradise & Strong Female Leaders in Islam by Sumaya Teli

    Hey everyone, welcome to Amaliah Anthology!
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    We thought it was about time that we turn some of our most read pieces over on Amaliah.com into some of our most listened to tracks on the podcast. We're bringing amaliah.com articles to life with readings by the authors themselves, so that you can enjoy your favourite pieces in a new way.
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    Thank you to Sumaya Teli for her reading of her piece, "Mum Why Are There No Female Prophets?" Princesses of Paradise & Strong Female Leaders in Islam.
    All our love and duas always, the Amaliah team x
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    If you enjoyed this episode and want to support our production visit amaliah.com/support
     
    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 13 min

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