Islamic Childbirth Webinars
Islamic Childbirth Resources/Websites
- Book – AMANI Birth: Assisting Mothers for Active, Natural, Instinctive Birth by Aisha al Hajjar https://amanibirth.com/products-2/
- Book – The Cornerstone Method of Childbirth Education: The Muslim Edition: Student Workbook by Nickie Tilsner, Juli Tilsner, Nethal Abdul-Mu’min https://www.amazon.com/Cornerstone-Method-Childbirth-Education-Workbook/dp/1978246994
- Book – Islamic Guide to Sexual Relations by Muhammad Ibn Adam Al-Kawthari https://www.amazon.com/Islamic-Sexual-Relations-Muhammad-al-Kawthari/dp/095473808X
- Book – A Handbook of Halaal and Haraam Products by Zaheer Uddin https://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Halaal-Haraam-Products-Vol/dp/1884394019
- Book – Medicine of the Prophet by Abdur-Rahman As Suyuti https://onlineislamicbook.com/as-suyutis-tibb-an-nabbi-medicine-of-the-prophet-by-jalalud-din-abdur-rahman-as-suyuti/
- Book – An Introduction to Islamic Medicine by Hakim Salim Khan https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/an-introduction-to-islamic-medicine-mohammed-salim-khan/1127920678
- Book – Motherhood in Islam by Aliah Schleifer https://fonsvitae.com/product/motherhood-in-islam/
- Book – Food Between Curse and Cure: Islam, Health, and the Good Life by Abu Munir al-Sha”ar https://www.hayattayyiba.com/shop/p/food-between-curse-and-cure
- Muslim fitness Postpartum – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFrVC490asE2mXoYJzxpOZA
- Islamic Counseling – https://khalilcenter.com/support-groups/
- Islamic Parenting – www.amanaparentcoaching.com
- Lecture: Ustadha Nethal Abdul-Mumin – https://youtu.be/zHYSWTPdMqM
- Supplications/Prayers – Birth Duas Recited by Saad – https://youtu.be/Uha_VUpVGig
- Lecture – Alimah Shamira Chothia Ahmed http://therahmahfoundation.org/blessed-birthings/
- Peer Review Article – Effect of Vocalization of the Holy Quran With and Without Translation on Pregnancy Outcomes: A Randomized Clinical Trial – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28144462/
- Peer Review Article – The Effect of Listening to Holy Quran Recitation on Anxiety: A Systematic Review – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10943-017-0417-x
- Peer Review Article – Effect of nursing intervention integrating an Islamic praying program on labor pain and pain behaviors in primiparous Muslim women – http://www.ijnmrjournal.net/article.asp?issn=1735-9066;year=2019;volume=24;issue=3;spage=220;epage=226;aulast=Desmawati%2C
- Peer Review Article – The effect of Ramadan fasting during pregnancy on perinatal outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis – https://bmcpregnancychildbirth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12884-018-2048-y
- Peer Review Article – Efficacy of Surah Al-Rehman in Managing Depression in Muslim Women – https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10943-017-0492-z
“Quran” means recitation. The Quran is the Islamic sacred textbook for the faith of Islam revealed the final prophet and messenger Muhammad, peace be upon him. The Quran is written in the Arabic language and many Muslims learn to read and write it’s text as a devotional practice. Studies have also reported on the efficacy and health benefits of reciting the Quran mental and maternal health.
From the age of six, Halima Nalo Afi, learned to recite and memorize the Quran from her step-father who studied at Umm Al-Quran University, in Mecca Saudi Arabia. She is certified to teach Tajweed by receiving her (Ijazah) teaching license in Hafs recitation style from Shaykh Rajih Kraim, Hafidha Nihad Hammoudeh of Syria, Shaykha Noha Leheta of Egypt, and Shaykh Abdoulaye Sawadogo, of Burkino Faso. She has enrolled in Rayyan Institute and Ribaat Islamic Academy, and is committed to improving the Quranic reading-fluency of the Muslim community so they can find spiritual benefit, healing, regular devotion.
$45 per hour
What is Tajweed? The word “tajweed” means to improve, make better. Tajweed of the Holy Qur’an is the knowledge and application of the rules of recitation so the reading of the Qur’an is as the Prophet Mohammed peace and blessings be upon him, recited. Halima Nalo Afi has taught tajweed for The Rahmah Foundation, Essential Islam in UK and Dar al Zahra in Liverpool. Currently, she recites Quran and teaches on the Daily Devotions women’s group https://www.dailydevotionsquran.com/.
This site, www.abouttajweed.com explains some of the principles of tajweed and focuses on the problems that non-Arabs have in reciting the Qur’an properly.