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On Friday 10th May, we were honoured to hear a beautiful poem by Sakina Anwar-Riaz. Here is the poem recited by Sakina at our MSA 10-year event: A journey for life Row row row your boat gently down the streamScratch that!Row faster than you’ve ever rowed. Let’s be the winning team. Dragon boat racing screaming...
Ramadan is the perfect time to physically reset. Throughout your day-to-day life, your physical health can sometimes take a back seat; whether you’re a busy mum, a corporate worker or a student in the midst of your studies, it’s easy to get caught up with life and not pay attention to how your body is...
I had the good fortune of opting to attend a Mental Health First Aider course offered by Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England to Muslimah Sports Association (MSA); a leading organization in promoting sports and wellbeing for women in London. MHFA England aim to train 1 in 10 people in mental health awareness and skills...
Football is at the heart of the nation; whether it’s the Three Lions or the Lionesses, there’s nothing more that brings the country together. After the triumph of the Lionesses at the UEFA Euro 2022 and their performance in the FIFA World Cup 2023, the government has announced it will be funding £30 million to...
What happens when you gather 20 ladies of different ages, backgrounds yet all in some way linked to Muslimah Sports Association (MSA) for their first ever trip abroad to Bosnia? 5 days of unforgettable adventure, tears of both joy and sadness and a uniquely humbling experience in a place of outstanding natural beauty as well...
MSA Event 2022 Written by Nilupa Rahim – 29th April 2022 What is MSA…? While the benefits of sports are widely acknowledged, in 2022 Britain, the participation of Muslim women in sports remains relatively unheard of – even taboo! Few initiatives in England cater to female Muslims. The Muslimah Sports Association (MSA), a charity since...
rly nights and autumn colours ushers us into the month of November.November also welcomes the return of Islamophobia Awareness Month, which began many years ago inThis 30-day campaign is used to raise public awareness of discrimination against Muslims currently insociety, challenging the lazy stereotyping of Muslim individuals in work and sports, encouraging betterreporting of incidents...
In our everyday hustle and bustle, life can get overwhelming and we can easily lose sight of what really matters for our aakhirah. In an evocative programme led by Sister Kiran Umm Talha, we get a wake up call of what our life will look back like on the Day when we face our dear...
During the last 12 months we have been thrown into a situation that was beyond belief. Something none of us could have ever anticipated or could have made up in our wildest dreams. The unimaginable; locked up at home for our safety, not allowed to go out, not allowed to see others. Not from humans...
Well, what a year it has been! It started with 15 sessions live from different venues and then we were blessed with a pandemic! The pandemic meant that we had to take our sessions online for the protection of our coaches and our participants. Something that has not been done before and this changed our...
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