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AL-HAKEEM: Heal Through Wisdom

  In my profession as a psychologist I have heard many heart breaking stories of abuse, injustice, betrayal and oppression. Many people have lost their innocence, withstood physical and sexual abuse and were emotionally wounded. Usually to help a person through these difficult trials and tribulations using psychology alone without …

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From  Darkness To Light

I came to the United States from the Middle East in the 70’s. I already had two of my brothers living in America so naturally I wanted to join them and live ‘the good life.’ I remember being so excited that I would have a chance to make it rich; …

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Appreciation

    A young person who excelled academically applied for a managerial position in a large company. He passed the first interview. The director who did the second and the\ last interview had to make the final decision. The director discovered from the CV that the youth’s academic achievements were …

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Being Wasteful …

  They entered their favourite restuarant and were greeted warmly by the staff as they are regulars at this exclusive upmarket seafood restaurant. The kids run to the play area while their parents get comfortable in thier favourite spot. The waiter knows them well and rushes over to take their …

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A Muslim Nurse Had the Answer (Story)

Ahmad Ibn Abd Ar-Rahman As-Swiyaan I was on a visit to one of the Islamic centers in Germany when I noticed a woman dressed in full Islamic hijab. I had never seen such proper hijab in the West. Glad because of what I had seen, I thanked Almighty Allah. Later, …

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Family First!

We are at the peak of danger. Shaykh Hassan’s address to a group of students is worthwhile reading and considering. Where are we heading in a time with our path filled with predators while the caravan of homes proceeds unattended ? Wake up!!!! There will be nothing left called family. …

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The conquest of Constantinople

By: Moulana Afzal Ismail Source: Pearls from the Path Vol. 2 pg 121-125 muslimvillage Constantinople, or Istanbul as it is known today, is a unique city as far as history and location is concerned. Historically, it was the capital of the Roman Empire for eleven centuries and its culture dominated …

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The reward of patience is praiseworthy

  Hazrat Abu Hasan Siraaj R.A. says: I was performing tawaaf once while on Hajj; when I saw a very pretty woman, shining in her beauty. I looked at her and said: “By Allah, this beauty and fine complexion must surely be because she has never experienced any grief or …

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The Bitter Pill with Sweet Results

 http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za For everything in life, there is both a procedure and price. If a person wishes to build a house, he understands that the structure will cost him a substantial sum of money and that it will not spring up overnight. Similarly, if a person wishes to become a highly …

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Travel Diary of Mufti Ebrahim Desai (Hafidhahullah) to Zambia

MY TRAVEL WITH MY BELOVED TEACHER, HAZRAT MUFTI EBRAHIM DESAI SAHIB (HAFIDHAHULLAH) By: Huzaifah Yakub Deedat (Second Year Iftaa Student) 17th March 2017 will be etched in my heart forever. It was the day I was granted the opportunity to accompany my beloved teacher, Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Desai Sahib (Hafidhahullah) …

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