بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Sadaf Farooqi is a 40-year-old married,
homeschooling unschooling mother of three children aged 13, 11, and 7. She is also the author of 14 Islamic books. You can buy all of her books on Amazon.
Since 2006, Sadaf has authored hundreds of original articles, including the posts on this blog, most of which can be found online. They can be accessed via lists on this blog (please excuse any dead links, as content on the Internet tends to move around, as the years pass). Her articles used to be published in several publications, such as Hiba Magazine, SISTERS Magazine, Saudi Gazette, and MuslimMatters.org.
Because Sadaf does not want her writings to just disappear from the online world, especially after her death, she has started self-publishing them as books (paperbacks and ebooks).
Sadaf is a self-confessed foodie who
likes loves eating out. She has blogged about her gastronomical adventures in Karachi on her restaurant review blog, Karachi Eating Out. Nowadays, she shares photos of the food that she enjoys on Instagram.
She has taught short Islamic subject courses, such as Fiqh of Zakah, Science of Hadith, Aqeedah, and Arabic Grammar, to young girls and women at the Al-Huda Institute in Pakistan.
Not that degree credentials matter to her anymore, but for those who might be wondering, Sadaf graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science (BCS) from NUCES, National University of Computer and Engineering Sciences, in January 2000. After that, she immediately enrolled in Al-Huda as a Qur’an student, in its first Diploma Course in Karachi. The following year, she completed her Masters in Computer Science (MCS) from SZABIST Karachi, in its one-year evening program.
The Qur’an turned out to be her true calling in life. She never looked back!
In late 2011/early 2012, Sadaf’s first non-fiction, self-help/advice book on Muslim marriage was published by International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH), called “Traversing the Highs and Lows of Muslim Marriage“.
Sadaf can be contacted at email@example.com.
All praises are for Allah, the One Who grants us opportunities to work for His cause.
May Allah accept all our efforts in His path. Ameen.