Category: Stories


GRADE: III B NAME: AFIA MAZHAR Once upon a time there was a boy named Ali. He was very naughty. Once he was walking on a road when he saw a hive of bees so he thought of some mischief. The mischief was that he picked up a stone and threw it towards the hive.

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Once upon a time, there was a girl named Maryam who lived with her parents. She was very intelligent and well behaved. She got 1st position in every exam. Eman was the classmate of Maryam. She was very naughty and dull in studies. When she used to see Maryam getting top position in the class

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As our flight landed and the announcements were made, my heart started beating as fast as it could. I still could not believe I’d reached my destination. A place I had longed to visit at least once! It all seemed like a dream to me… After few hours, we were welcomed warmly by my paternal

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A woodcutter story

Student Name: Bushra Saeed Grade: VI HIFZ A WOOD CUTTER Once upon a time, there was a woodcutter named Abdullah. He lived with his two small sons in a small house. Abdullah was very poor but an honest and hard worker. He went to the forest to work in the morning and returned in the

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500 muslims

The Muslim 500

So much has changed in one year.Aleppo, now the last Syrian city under rebel control, is at risk of falling to the Syrian Army and its allied fighting forces — above all, Russian war planes bombing with devastating effect those parts of Aleppo still under rebel control . Unless the U.S. and perhaps some NATO

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The Desired World

Once after Ayesha had had a bath she looked out of the window and was taken back to see everything was blue. She went out and was surprised to find that there were two blue suns in the sky. On observing this phenomenal scene, Ayesha ran towards her friend’s home. Her friend Khadija was asleep

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Successful Reversion Stories – Part I

Contributed by Sana Kazi   Reversion to Islam, or conversion to any other religion for that matter, is not always a simple thing to do. Except for a few fortunate ones, a new Muslim usually faces consequences. The convert may face isolation from family and friends, if not pressure to go back to the family

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The Adventures of Dr. Khan

by Sundus Fatima (Class V-A)   I was all alone on the island and looked around and saw nothing new. I am a scientist. It had been 28 days since the waves brought me here. I was going on a voyage with my companions, to an island which yields gas. This gas is rarely found

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