Rumaysa: A Fairytale: 1 (Rumaysa, 1)
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This rare genetic condition, often of hereditary nature, causes accelerated growth and remarkably advanced bone age.
Her most recent measurement confirmed that she stands at a towering 215.16 cm (7ft 0.7in), and her popularity has reached dizzying heights all over the world.When she passed away in 1982, she measured an average of 246.3 cm (8 ft 1 in) – earning herself the title of tallest woman ever. Utter the declaration of truth and testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. Then go to your house, destroy your idol and throw it away."
Umm Sulaym was first married to Malik ibn an-Nadr and her son by this marriage was the famous Anas ibn Malik, one of the great companions of the Prophet. Dr. Jasser Auda, Pres, Maqasid Institute (UK), Member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars and European Council for Fatwa and ResearchA laugh out loud fairy tale . . . a wonderful, immediately likeable gang of characters, hilarious dialogue and that special tale feeling - of both specificity and universality, of now, then and always . . . a joy to read. -- Louie Stowell, author of The Dragon in the Library
This rare genetic condition is often of hereditary nature and caused by mutations and malfunctioning in the EZH2 gene - which controls many aspects of the correct functionality of other genes, explaining why Weaver Syndrom impacts several areas of the body. Every disadvantage can be turned into an advantage for yourself so accept yourself for who you are, be aware of your potential and do your best." I loved how the central character Rumaysa connects the Rapunzel tale to the other spins on Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty! The inclusion of Muslim protagonists and South Asian culture was seamless and very refreshing. There were some cool plot twists and some actually quite thrilling scenes!. Bonus point if you love reading flying carpet rides. The illustrations were also whimsy and dynamic and one day I'd love to see how it looks in a paper version!
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Shaykh Abdullah Khan, president Islamic Schools Association of Australia & Executive Principal, Australian Islamic College, Australia Shaykha Özlem Nas, Chairwoman of the Islamic Scientific and Educational Institute, Vice-Chair of the Alliance of Islamic Communities in Northern Germany