About the Book: The second edition of The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book, published by Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, features sharper designs by Naafi Nut Rohma compiled and written by Theresa Corbin. The pages of The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book include detailed mosque architecture, calligraphy, tessellation, hadith (prophetic traditions), dua (supplication), Quranic verses, and quotes for Muslims to reflect on, to take time out of their rushed and hectic lives to recenter, refocus, and let their minds recharge, de-stress, and cultivate sabr (patience). Also, each coloring page has a corresponding descriptive page for the non-Muslim colorer who wants to learn a bit about Islam free from myth or judgment all while relaxing. In this way, The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book can be a great dawah tool.
In a socially
and politically divided country after the presidential election, activist and
American Muslim Nour Ibrahim prepares to deliver a speech at an anti-hate rally
condemning the surge of attacks against people of color, immigrants, Muslims, and
anyone else deemed different or disposable. As her inbox overflows with racist,
xenophobic threats, she struggles to remain focused, refusing to give in to the
fear. Concerns for her safety during the speech mount as one ruthless stalker
escalates his terror campaign. Bitter and blinded by hate, he’s not satisfied
with merely keeping Nour from speaking out: he threatens to silence her for
by the impending rally, a stabbing pain in her gut, and an Internet psycho who
has her in his crosshairs, Nour begins to wonder—which one will kill her first?