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Little Explorers – Issue 28 (Special Hajj Issue) | Islamic Magazine for Children

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Little Explorers – Issue 28 (Special Hajj Issue) | Islamic Magazine for Children

In issue 28, learn about the sacred month of Dhul Hijjah!

What’s inside issue 28?

  • The Best of Stories: The Greatest Sacrifice
  • My Dhul Hijjah Deeds Chart
  • Junaynah’s Hajj Journal
  • Story Corner: Haleemah’s Sacrifice
  • The Daily Explorer: Expansion of Masjid Al Haram
  • Allah’s Amazing Animals in Dhul Hijjah
  • Explorers World: It all starts at the Meeqat!
  • Creative Crafts: K'abah Sadaqah Box

Plus lots more activities, puzzles & stories!


About Little Explorers Magazine

Little Explorers magazine is the world's 1st global magazine for Muslim children, the magazine is jam packed full of Islamic content for young Muslims between the ages of 5 – 11 years old.

From prophetic stories, learning activities, adventures comic strips, games and knowledge missions, Little Explorers magazine is full of non stop learning and fun orientated for Muslims who really care about the content their children are exposed to.

With 38 amazing issues designed at the level to engage and excite children and parents alike, this magazine is something that you should not deprive your children from growing up with.

The chief editor of Little Explorers Magazine is Sheikh Sajid Ahmed Umar, who is an instructor at Al-Kauthar Institute and Knowledge International University, an online Islamic university based in Saudi Arabia. He holds a Bachelors degree in Sharī’ah and Masters degree in Islamic Judiciary (Qadha) from Imaam Muhammed bin Saud Islamic University (Riyadh).

How it Began

In 2010 a young mother and published author from Bradford, UK, teamed up with a small group of like-minded people passionate about children’s education, to launch a unique and seminal product to cater for Muslim families. Little Explorers Magazine is a creative resource aimed at children from all walks of life, to help them to understand more about Islam in a fun and engaging manner.

At the heart of Little Explorers is the desire to instill the love for reading as the channel to develop a thirst for life-long learning, in keeping with Islamic tradition of Iqra! It does this by giving children articles that match their interests, as well as supporting the national curriculum.

Children’s magazines have also become recognised as essential additions to the library as more schools across the UK attempt to boost literacy rates. Research undertaken by the National Literacy Trust, involving 18,000 children and young people, has shown that magazines are a powerful medium for encouraging reading amongst children who do not otherwise read as a pastime.


Title: Little Explorers – Issue 28 (Special Hajj Issue) | The Islamic Magazine for Muslim Children
Publisher: Little Explorers World - UK
Chief Islamic Editor: Shaikh Sajid Ahmed Umar
Assistant Islamic Editor:
Aisha Ibrahim
Sadia Arshad
Deputy: Editor:
Asma Ahmad
Recommended Age Group:
5 - 11 years
Size : 20.8 cm x 29.8 cm
Binding: Paperback
Weight: 0.15 kg

The chief editor of Little Explorers Magazine is Sheikh Sajid Ahmed Umar.

Sheikh Sajid Ahmed Umar is an educator researcher, and developer with a vision of ignited communities that benefit humanity upon the ethos of sincerity, excellence and steadfastness. 

He was born in Leicester, UK. He moved to Harare, Zimbabwe, where he completed his primary and secondary schooling and pursued a first degree in Information Technology focusing on hardware, software, network design and implementation and security. He went on to successfully open an IT business in Harare before the age of 20. Alongside his contemporary studies, Sheikh Sajid graduated from a Qur’an Academy at the age of 18. Subsequently, he turned his attention towards Islamic Studies.

He travelled to Riyadh and enrolled at Imaam Muhammed bin Saud Islamic University, where he initially completed a 3-year University Diploma in Arabic language and Islamic Sciences. His studies continued there over the next four years, attaining a Bachelors degree in Sharī’ah.  He extended his studies for an additional three years, and achieved a Masters degree in Judiciary (Qadha), with a first class honours, from the Higher Institute for Judiciary Studies (Ma’had al-‘āli li’l-Qa’dhā) after training as a judge and successfully completing an academic thesis on the topic of Liquidity Management using the famous Repurchase Agreement (REPO) contract, as well as it’s Islamic rulings and permitted Islamic alternatives. He is now pursuing his PhD in the Higher Institute of Judiciary at Al-Imam University, in a program that has some of the world’s best intellectuals as lecturers in the program.

Sheikh Sajid has spent much of his semester breaks teaching various Islamic and development programs for both the youth and adults worldwide, ranging from lectures in Masaajid to international conferences and live events, as well as via Radio, TV and online platforms.

His academic resourcefulness lead him to assisting in curriculum development used in English based Islamic schools and other educational establishments.  He has authored several articles and dissertations in both Arabic and English pertaining to the Islamic Sciences. His belief of putting knowledge into action has taken him onto lecturing at Knowledge International University since 2010 and progress onto being a senior member of their Academic Management Team. He has played an integral part in the start-up of the New Muslim Academy and enjoys continued participation as a lecturer and senior advisor.


Sheikh Sajid has also taken on an advisory role with Mercy Mission World as ‘Director of Islamic Development with a scope of application over high-impact projects such as the National Zakat Foundation and Charity Right.’  He is the chairman of AlKauthar Institute as well as an instructor for AlKauthar’s Weekend Courses and Student’s Guild Program, and in addition to that he is the Chief Islamic Editor for Little Explorers Magazine. Sheikh Sajid is no stranger on the multimedia front either, as he has project managed several media related programs specific to Islamic Satellite Channels and is the founder of Tanzeel; an exciting and engaging on-line program focussing on the Qur’an.

His hobbies include book collecting, reading, and keeping up to date with the latest information related to visioning, management, leadership and current affairs.

Sheikh Sajid is happily married and the father of three young children, Abdullah, Ahmed and Khadeejah. He has a brown belt in karate, and is a keen golfer, footballer and cricketer, whenever a sporting opportunity presents itself!



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