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salaam 'alaikum brothers and sisters in Islam / Muslim members of gawaher.com

 

a belated and blessed Eid Mubarak to all Muslims worldwide from the Philippines :)

 

there's this website creative-poems.com

 

I was wondering if any one of you would like to start or run a website a bit similar to that one,

 

in that it would be an online community place where Muslims (Muslims only) can start their membership

 

and post Islamic poems written by them, Islamic short stories or Islamic articles/essays written by them, as well as creative Islamic photos or images with Islamic advice designed by them.

 

just a suggestion for Allah's sake :)

 

wasalaam

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like creative-poems.com, this website (you can call it creative-Muslims.com) will also feature a section for discussions and forums.

 

Allahu A'lam. Allah knows best.

 

wasalaam

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