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  • Content Warning: Suicide

    At the age of 14, Amal's move to Toronto taught her that home is not a place but a person. The word Hooyo (mom) comes from the root word Hooy which means Home. But what happens when that home is temporary?

    Taking care of our mental health is just as important as taking care of our physical health.

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Host: Cadar Mohamud

    Senior Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Assistant Producer: Khweya Bezeid

    Intern: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

    RESOURCES & SERVICES IF YOU NEED HELP:

    https://maristan.org/resources

    https://muslimmentalhealth.com/patients-families/resource-directory/

    https://naseeha.org

    https://khalilcenter.com/mental-health-service-landing-page/

  • Mariama's love of Arabic as a young adult led her to become a student of knowledge in Egypt. Along the way, she realizes that this journey was nothing like she expected it to be.

    This week we've partnered up with Salaams App:

    If you are searching for a Muslim partner who shares your values and core beliefs, or maybe you have recently moved to a new city and are in search of Muslimahs in your vicinity to connect with, then Salams is the app for you!

    With over 3.5 million Muslims signed up globally, Salams has made it all that easy to search, build and find a relationship based on the foundations of Islam, from friendship for the sake of Allah to all the way to finding the right partner for marriage.

    Give Salams a try by heading to salams.app.link/TDSPodcast and download it today

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Host: Cadar Mohamud

    Senior Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Producer In-Training: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

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  • The learning process that we all go through when embark on a new journey is hard and difficult. It also one that requires us to pause and reflect. Sometimes your dreams pass your capabilities at the moment, so you have to slow down and reassess. This week our producer Muna shares her thoughts with us in this unedited uncut producer producer taker over.

    This episode is sponsored by Salams,

    If you are searching for a Muslim partner who shares your values and core beliefs, or maybe you have recently moved to a new city and are in search of Muslimahs in your vicinity to connect with, then Salams is the app for you! With over 3.5 million Muslims signed up globally, Salams has made it all that easy to search, build and find a relationship based on the foundations of Islam, from friendship for the sake of Allah to all the way to finding the right partner for marriage.

    The app is free, easy and safe to use with options to text chat, use voice messages, personalized filters, view your profile stats, anti-ghost tool, and more all throughout the app. You can meet your sister or match in your area or across the world. Salams is confident that the right person for you could be just a few swipes away. Give Salams a try by heading to salams.app.link/TDSPodcast and download it today

  • Trusting the wisdom of Allah is difficult when our hearts are clouded by arrogance. After searching for equality everywhere, Asma, a former public policy major, learns that true justice can only come from Al-Hakeem

    This week we've partnered up with Rabata:

    Ribaat is an online academic program that offers courses in Islamic Sciences, Arabic language, and Tajwid of the Holy Quran to women around the world. The program provides Muslim women with a solid foundation through a comprehensive curriculum covering the full range of traditional Islamic Sciences. The aim of the program is to graduate scholars and da'iyas prepared to educate others, as well as to provide independent classes for those not seeking certification.

    Registration opens August 15th

    Visit https://ribaat.rabata.org/ to register today

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Host: Cadar Mohamud

    Senior Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Intern: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Tape-Syncer: Vish B

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • In part two, Cadar, Yusra, Fatima, and Ismahaan continue the legendary conversation. They dive into topics such as stereotypes, marriage, twitter comments, and many more with hilarity, depth and eloquence.

    Buy your tickets for the Growth Conference, happening July 16-17 in Minnesota: https://growthconferencemn.com/growth-conference1621556280926

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    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Intern: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • In this week's episode, Cadar invites some of her favorite people in the world to have a long overdue conversation. Over the years, we've witnessed everyone and their mamas share their opinions on the Niqaab but now it's time to return the mic where it belongs.

    Buy your tickets for the Growth Conference, happening July 16-17 in Minnesota: https://growthconferencemn.com/growth-conference1621556280926

    Join our Eid Celebration in New Jersey on July 23rd: https://almabyrahma.com/products/eid-celebration-with-tds

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Intern: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • In Part Two, Alex's grief snowballs into something much much different, and her troubles continue to mount. But in the midst of those darkest moments, she realizes that she was the light she needed all along.

    NOW LIVE STREAMING ON ALL PODCAST PLATFORMS! 🎉

    This episode is sponsored by Better Help:

    With May being mental health month we have collaborated with Better Help, as a global leader in mental health counseling @betterhelp offers online therapy where you can assess your needs and match with your own licensed professional therapist in less than 48 hours. Get 10% off your first month of professional therapy by visiting betterhelp.com/sisterhood

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

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  • After losing her mother, Alex Fox, a software engineer and a tech founder, finds herself navigating a world in which her mind becomes her own worst enemy.

    This episode is sponsored by Better Help:

    With May being mental health month we have collaborated with Better Help, as a global leader in mental health counseling Better Help offers online therapy where you can assess your needs and match with your own licensed professional therapist in less than 48 hours. Get 10% off your first month of professional therapy by visiting https://betterhelp.com/sisterhood

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • This week Cadar invites Hanan's Corner, an iconic digital artist and personal friend to share her journey through Love, Loss and Legacy.

    This episode is sponsored by Better Help:

    With May being mental health month we have collaborated with Better Help, as a global leader in mental health counseling BetterHelp

    offers online therapy where you can assess your needs and match with your own licensed professional therapist in less than 48 hours. Get 10% off your first month of professional therapy by visiting https://betterhelp.com/sisterhood

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer/ Editor: Muna Scekomar

    Producer: Nima Harun

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    This week's cover designed by Hanan's Corner

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • In part two, Nura and her siblings find themselves trying to fight their father's plan to take custody of their mother. In end, Nura learns that the ease that was promised was with her all along.

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer is Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer is Jonathan Lillo

    Podcast intern in Nima Harun

    Graphic Designer SIMA Aka Wasima Farah

    Our project manager is Yasmin Mohamud

    Our Marketing extraordinaire is Sawsan Abdulahi

    To Support The Digital Sisterhood Podcast: Visit https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    Did you know that every day, over 5700 children become orphans? That's nearly 2 million+ children in a year who have no family, no support and nobody to turn to. Which is why we have partnered up with Islamic Ummah Relief, a US based NGO, that is actively providing for the needs of orphans, widows and the needy, working on humanitarian projects in Ghana, Nigeria, Niger, Uganda and Togo. With your help and generosity these last 10 days of Ramadan we are able to house these orphans and provide a safe place for them to live in. Visit LaunchGood.com/TDS10 to make a donation towards building a home for orphans today.

  • This week, we sit down with five amazing individuals from Nisa Homes, a not-for-profit charity that provides a safe haven and support services for women, who are fleeing domestic violence, poverty or seeking asylum. In this beautiful special, they share with us of the story of what it means to truly heal together.

    Special Thanks to Nisa Homes for this beautiful episode.

    To donate and support Nisa Homes: Visit https://nisahomes.com/

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer is Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer is Jonathan Lillo

    Podcast intern in Nima Harun

    Graphic Designer SIMA Aka Wasima Farah

    Our project manager is Yasmin Mohamud

    Our Marketing extraordinaire is Sawsan Abdulahi

    Did you know that every day, over 5700 children become orphans? That's nearly 2 million+ children in a year who have no family, no support and nobody to turn to. Which is why we have partnered up with Islamic Ummah Relief, a US based NGO, that is actively providing for the needs of orphans, widows and the needy, working on humanitarian projects in Ghana, Nigeria, Niger, Uganda and Togo. With your help and generosity these last 10 days of Ramadan we are able to house these orphans and provide a safe place for them to live in. Visit LaunchGood.com/TDS10 to make a donation towards building a home for orphans today.

    The Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty.

    Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.

    Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by visitingwww.hhrd.org/Sisterhood to learn more and donate.

  • After her mother experiences a devastating stroke, Nura finds herself facing a mountain of hardship that leaves her questioning… Where’s the ease?

    For part two, help us reach our fundraising goals for our two Charity campaigns:

    First Campaign:

    The Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty.

    Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.

    Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by visiting www.hhrd.org/Sisterhood to learn more and donate.

    Second Campaign:

    One of the ways you can give back to our podcast is by helping our fellow team member who is fundraising for a family member who has passed away, May Allah have mercy on their soul, reach her goal. The goal is £2,000. Please donate and don't let this opportunity for good deeds pass you. https://campaigns.givebrite.com/fundraiser?fundraiser=yasmin-9442

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    ✨And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas ✨

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer: Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Podcast intern: Nima Harun

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

  • Ustadah Maryam, a lover and student of the Quran, shares her journey in creating Qariah; An app that contains recitations of female Quran reciters from around the globe.

    Download Qariah. Now available on Apple and Google Play.

    The Quran Recitation is by Sheikha Mabrooka recorded in 1911

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.

    Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer: Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Podcast intern: Nima Harun

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

    The Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty.

    Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.

    Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by visiting www.hhrd.org/Sisterhood to learn more and donate.

    One of the ways you can give back to our podcast is by helping our fellow team member who is fundraising for a family member who has passed away, May Allah have mercy on their soul, reach her goal. The goal is £2,000. Please donate and don't let this opportunity for good deeds pass you. https://campaigns.givebrite.com/fundraiser?fundraiser=yasmin-9442

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas.

  • Reda Khan is a French teacher who finds herself struggling when the paths of her career and her religion are torn apart.

    This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios. Recorded at MH Studios Toronto

    Executive Producer: Muna Scekomar

    Recording Engineer: Jonathan Lillo

    Podcast intern: Nima Harun

    Graphic Designer: Wasima Farah

    Project manager: Yasmin Mohamud

    Marketing Manager: Sawsan Abdillahi

    The Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty.

    Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.

    Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by visiting www.hhrd.org/Sisterhood to learn more and donate.

    One of the ways you can give back to our podcast is by helping our fellow team member who is fundraising for a family member who has passed away, May Allah have mercy on their soul, reach her goal. The goal is £2,000. Please donate and don't let this opportunity for good deeds pass you. https://campaigns.givebrite.com/fundraiser?fundraiser=yasmin-9442

    Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhood

    And if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas.

  • Bismillah.

    As our legendary saying goes, we're back in your ear and in your speakers telling you a good story! We kick off this season with Cadar reflecting on her journey in uncovering what love truly really means. Enjoy!

    ✨ALSO, If you feel like this episode (or podcast) has added value to your life, please donate what you can. If you can’t, keeping us in your duaas is thanks enough!

    —CREDITS:

    Cover Digital Artist: @hananscorner

    Animation by: Wasima Farah (vvsima)

    Production: @Beautifulightstudios

    Editor/Producer: Muna Scekomar

    Assistant Producer: Nima Harun

    ✨Keep up with us✨

    Instagram:

    @beautifulightstudios

    @thedigitalsisterhood

    Website:

    www.thedigitalsisterhood.com

    Twitter:

    @beautifulightstudios

    @thedigitalsis

    @thedigitalNFT

  • In our last three-part series finale, Hanan and Lina finally make their debut appearances to share their side of the TDS story. Lastly, we could not wrap up the season without hearing from our beautiful TDS listeners about what the last season has meant to them too. Thank you so much for such a magical season. See ya, hopefully in your ears, in your speakers telling you a good story soon. ✨

    INFO: if you're interested in sharing your story for season 2, shoot us an email at [email protected] - we're very excited to hear from you 💕

  • TW: mention of suicide or suicidal ideation.

    In this second part of the three-part wrap-up series, The Digital Sisterhood team continues to reminisce the spectacular year they had in creating, envisioning and bringing to life what we now know as TDS, the Biggest Global Sisterhood. —this episode gave all the feels ✨

  • In this first part of the three part wrap up series, Cadar brings to the studio the team that has made The Digital Sisterhood what it is today. Cadar, Safia, Muna, and Wasima reflect on their individual journeys that brought them together and how this path towards creating a global sisterhood feels like an answered dua.

  • TW: mention of suicide or suicidal ideation.

    In this episode, we invite Halima Aweis, popularly known as Jedi.limz on Tiktok. She shares with us her story of how the sudden awareness of her father’s illness has pushed her towards understanding that true rest only comes from Allah.

  • Content Warning: This episode contains content on stillbirth and IVF process. “To have and to hold from this day forward” In the second part of Leema’s story, she explores the realities and intricacies of married life and tells a story that offers a realistic view of love - one that challenges her towards self-love.