Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

Launched in 2020, Not Another Mum Pod is a fun and relatable podcast that explores issues relevant to Muslim women today. Created by two Muslim mums, it goes beyond motherhood and delves into relationships, Islam, hot topics, health, families and more.

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June 4, 2021 11 min
Instagram sea shanty on the ‘Story of Palestine’ was viewed *10 MILLION times in 48 HOURS* ! In honour of Palestine, especially for our audience, from the singer/songwriter herself, Tiktoker Eman Askar, an Egyptian mother of two, who became an overnight sensation when she sang an adaptation of “The Wellerman” sea shanty, shares her own story for you. Her song went viral after she replaced the lyrics to explain the history of Pales...
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Today's episode is hard-hitting and at times emotional, but really, really important. As the world dissects what’s happening in Palestine, we’re putting aside the politics for now, and focussing on the humans of Palestine: the souls behind the statistics, the reality on the ground, what it’s really like to live and grow up in the Gaza Strip, and what life is like under occupation and under siege. In this episode we talk to Nis...
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Finding The One is hard enough - but throw a pandemic into the mix and it's almost impossible... or is it? Join us in this candid conversation about halal dating in the COVID-19 era with Merium Bhuiyan, CEO and Founder of CakeFace Makeup. Find out what it's truly like to 'halal date' in the midst of a global pandemic; how prospective husbands slide into her DMs, and what happens when a right swipe doesn't quite ...
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This episode is the *SECOND* part of two episodes that uncovers Uzma’s story of how she was abused by a renowned spiritual leader. With the help of a trained counsellor Ramzia Akbari, specialising in sexual abuse and cults, we discover how the trauma of what happened to Uzma in childhood, reared its ugly head in adulthood at a time when she should have been the happiest. Ramzia offers valuable advice about grooming and influence as...
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This episode is the *first of two* *episodes* that uncovers Uzma’s story of how she was abused by a renowned spiritual leader. With the help of a trained counsellor Ramzia Akbari, specialising in sexual abuse and cults, we'll explore how we can protect our loved ones from this happening to them, and experience a live ‘counselling’ session where we unpack the trauma that happened to Uzma. Ramzia is a senior counsellor qualified ...
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This is the heart-breaking story of Naadia's journey of living with terminal cancer; her fears, her heartbreak, not only battling with her health but also her faith. She shares how Keto gave her a new lease of life, how she remains positive in the face of darkness, and how she is cementing her legacy today. ****For the best audio experience, please use earphone.**** *Warning:* This topic is triggering. So please be aware of t...
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This episode is the final part of two episodes that explores an asexual marriage. The intention behind this candid conversation is to bring to light the serious issues that can happen in a marriage, that nobody openly talks about. We hear a brutally honest account of Aleena’s short-lived marriage. This is *not* a discussion about the rights and wrongs of same sex attraction in Islam - rather it is focussed on the manipulative beha...
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This episode is the first of two episodes that explores an asexual marriage. The intention behind this candid conversation is to bring to light the serious issues that can happen in a marriage, that nobody openly talks about. We'll be hearing the story of sister Aleenah, who recently got divorced as her husband refused to sleep with her. It led her to believe he was, in fact, gay. Aleenah's story highlights the importance ...
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Tune in to hear what Celina has to say about how some mosques (masjids) treat single mothers of boys and what impact this has on keeping children connected to their faith. For the full episode, listen to episode 4 where Celina shares her story about why she left Islam and how she found her way back again. *Visit* *www.notanothermumpod.com* ( https://notanothermumpod.com/ )
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In this new episode, we talk to Celina Hanif about what caused her to leave Islam and how she found her way back again. We discuss what the Muslim community can do to support those having a crisis of faith, especially young people and how we as individual Muslims all have a role to play. Celina Hanif is a Master practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming and hypnosis. She is also a divorce coach who helps South Asians recreate, r...
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Here we reflect on three main lessons we learnt living through this pandemic and how this has shaped our lives today. So many of you will definitely relate! Share your lessons with us too. *Visit* *www.notanothermumpod.com* ( https://notanothermumpod.com/ )
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As a little thank you for all your support, here’s a little bonus track following our last episode revealing how we met our other halves! Tune in to hear brief stories of pre-marital encounters that will leave you gasping! 🤣 Nafisa and Tasneem x *Visit* *www.notanothermumpod.com* ( https://notanothermumpod.com/ )
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Join Nafisa & Tasneem for a chat after hours ... where we discuss the Netflix show 'Indian Matchmaking,’ issues within our own culture when it comes to arranged marriages, as well as reveal how we met our other halves! *Visit* *www.notanothermumpod.com* ( https://notanothermumpod.com/ )
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Just two Muslim Mums kicking back, having fun and talking about life, relationships, family, motherhood and more. Launched in 2020, Not Another Mum Pod is a fun and relatable podcast that explores issues relevant to Muslim women today. Created by two Muslim mums, it goes beyond motherhood and delves into relationships, Islam, hot topics, health, families and more. No subjects are taboo in this series of honest and open conversat...
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July 3, 2020 1 min
The outro ends our episodes with a reminder of how to stay in touch and all our contact/social media details. It then moves onto a clip of our children still hanging on to us, threatening to 'stay awake forever' (oh dear Lord!) as well as trying to get us to fit into their bed to cuddle them. We end with our night prayer to the backdrop of another child crying. This is every mum's life. We hope our podcast gives you a...
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July 3, 2020 1 min
Our intro shows a snapshot of us getting ready for our podcast - trying to put the kids to bed. They come up with every excuse under the sun including wanting '5 more minutes' to 'I want to stay with you' and 'let's play lego!' We put them to bed, grab some snacks and a hot drink before we settle down for a cosy conversation after hours. Just two Muslim mums kicking back, having fun and talking about li...
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This three-minute pod gem is the last of a trilogy of podcasts discussing themes around pictures of collections from the Museum of London (Memories of London Programme) as well as their intergenerational London Lives Podcast. They were originally created in order to inspire a musical story which is accessible for people living with dementia and their families. *Theme 3: Winter & Snow* In this final trilogy, Saami and I have a...
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This three-minute pod gem is the second of a trilogy of podcasts discussing themes around pictures of collections from the Museum of London (Memories of London Programme) as well as their intergenerational London Lives Podcast. They were originally created in order to inspire a musical story which is accessible for people living with dementia and their families. *Theme 2: Fun & Games* In this snapshot, we are presented with a...
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This three-minute pod gem is the first of a trilogy of podcasts discussing themes around pictures of collections from the Museum of London (Memories of London Programme) as well as their intergenerational London Lives Podcast. They were originally created in order to inspire a musical story which is accessible for people living with dementia and their families. *Theme 1: Foods we eat* Here, my eight-year-old son Saami and I (Nafi...
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Here, I interview my 8 year-old son, Saami, giving a snapshot of how Ramadan in lockdown looked like for our family - what was different from last year and what was particularly challenging for us in these unprecedented times. This final pod gem brings the Ramadan Stories series to a close.
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