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A muhajirah homeschooling in Algeria


Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah,

Sister Emma shares with us her experience of hijrah and homeschooling in Algeria. She also runs her own charity organisation, assisting children and families in Algeria since 2007. If you want to find out how you can help, please visit her website >>> http://www.algerianaction.co.uk/ and may Allah accept it from her and the brothers and sisters involved in this project!


Where are you from and how long have you been in Algeria?

I moved to Algeria in August 2013,  from that time i have needed to spend a few months in the UK for health reasons but, that is when I made hijrah alhamdulillah.

Please tell us how your life and your family life has changed since you moved to Algeria.

Living in Algeria has increased our appreciation for the most basic of things – like having a constant supply of running water we also waste less. In the UK I tended to look after paperwork type things but here these things are done by my husband, I think through necessity I have become more dependant on my husband.  Alhamdulillah we already lived relatively simply in the UK but here our lifestyle has become much simpler.  Continue reading

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Madrassa Coraniya Nafi3 Madani in Oran


Madrassa coraniya Nafi3 Madani in Oran was opened at the presence of Shaikh Abdelkhaleq Madi and cheikh Abdelhakim Dahas.

They offer Quran classes for women, girls, men and boys with separate entrances. The administration is on the Sunnah and there are only people on the manhaj working there. Continue reading

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Registering children at school in Algeria


Children in Algeria start school when they are six years old. For example, if you want to register your child to start school in September 2016, his date of birth should be between 01/01/2010 and 31/12/2010. In this case you can register him/her at the Primary School.

The documents to give to the school office are (although we advise to double check with the school your child will attend):

  • child birth certificate
  • parents residency certificate (primary schools allow the registration for children who are local but can accept children from different areas in some circumstances. In that case parents have to discuss it with the headteacher).
  • the school form filled it in by the parents (the school will provide it)
  • child vaccines book or the vaccines certification

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École non mixte sur Tlemcen


Notre soeur Oum Anas de Tlemcen nous informe qu’il y a une école primaire réservée aux filles uniquement (non mixte Alhamdolillah) .L’école se trouve en plein centre-ville de Tlemcen. C’est une école publique. Un peu plus loin il y a également un lycée non mixte réservé aux filles. Il n’y a pas d’établissements pour les garçons. Les garçons vont dans un établissement mixte.

Source: http://hijra-en-algerie.com/

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Quranic School in the city of Kherrata


Opening of the Quranic School “Abi Bakr Assadiq” in the city of Kherrata.
Children between the age of 4 and 5 years will be able to learn the Quran and the Arabic language. Continue reading