Articles by Umm Hafsah Rumaisah

Umm Hafsah Rumaisah

Rochelle Flores (Umm Hafsah Rumaisah), born in Trinidad & Tobago, is a 31 year old stay at home mother of two. She has an Associates Degree in Literatures in English and has studied Islamic studies for a few years at Knowledge International University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She currently writes for a local Islamic periodical newspaper, The Muslim Chronicle


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Ramadan Flew Past

Ramadan flew past us like the breeze, rejuvenating our soul and giving life to our heart. The question now is, has this Ramadan done enough to improve our Iman? Or have we sunken into the ocean of this Dunya, struggling to keep up with the fast moving, hectic life with our iman paying the price?…

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Losing That Ramadan Spirit

Our most anticipated guest once again makes its annual arrival. As Muslims, we have such great love for the month of Ramadan and we strive our best and are on our best behaviour this time of the year. With it comes the hopes and excitement for renewed faith and character that is much needed to…

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Have We Abandoned Ilm?

Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah صلى اللّٰه عليه وسلم said, “Whoever travels a path in search on knowledge, Allah will make easy for him a path to Paradise.” [Sahih Muslim, 2699] Imagine yourself, walking through the doors of a hall that is filled with tables and chairs from one end to the next,…

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A Cry in The Masjid

Ramadan has come and gone and Muslims all around the world eagerly celebrated this month with their families by going to the masjid for Iftars and Taraweeh.  We met friends who we had not seen throughout the year, prayed together and enjoyed each another’s company. However, throughout all of this, there was, and is the…

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How Salah Saved Me?

Thrown into the depths of depression after losing my daughter through a stillbirth, life was a dark cloud filled with sadness, pain, endless crying and a host of other emotions that made the days seem almost unbearable most times. Time passed slowly, as if hours felt like days, the days felt like months and nothing…

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Nurturing the Heart for Ramadan

The hustling and the bustling, the shopping and the stocking up, the clearing and the cleaning, all accompanied with excitement, enthusiasm, joyousness and blissfulness has begun once again to fill the air! Can you feel it? Just mere weeks ago, the guest who was patiently waiting to knock upon the doors of each and every…

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Tahaarah – Key to Acceptance

“I feel so depressed today! Nothing is going my way! Why does this always happen to me and nothing ever happens to anyone else!” Sometimes, statements like these fill our thoughts and may even be uttered from our lips, greatly affecting our demeanor, the way we see the world and our relationships with our loved…

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