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The Importance of Hadith in the Life of a Muslim

Cii Radio | 18 September 2014/23 Dhul Qa’dah 1435 In this age of modernity, where almost every aspect of the Deen of Allah SWT has come under sustained attack, the noble sayings and practices of Rasulullah SAW – the Hadith and Sunnah – too have not been spared. Without the …

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Fi Zillil Habeeb SAW Part 02: The Messenger SAW is gone!

Click here for part 1     بسم الله الرحمن الرحي The Jew then asked: “Where is Muhammad SAW?” Hazrat Salmaan RA realized that the Jew was a stranger in the land, and asked him: ‘Don’t you know anything about Muhammad (SAW)?’ The Jew replied: ‘This is why I have …

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How to build a commitment to Allah SWT at a young age

 THREE Inspiring Stories Bint Assalaam – Cii Radio | 4 June 2014/5 Shabaan 1435 Leading a double life means being Muslim at home and being someone else at school or university, at work or in other circles. Those who can relate to leading a double life have probably done it or …

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Five Pillars of Democracy- Rand Report

This is just a small part of a very larger and dangerous conspiracy to wipe out Islam from its fundamentals and Traditions(Shariah). The west is scared of Islamic Shariah to dominate and is therefore doling out Trillions of Dollars on unnecessary Wars and assisting Modernists like Taj Hargey and the likes of …

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ATHEISTIC QUESTIONS

BY MOSTAFA MAHMOUD Isn’t it irrational to believe in God? Being rational means being a moral thinker. Being a moral thinker means believing in Allah. Only the irrational disbelieve. God says, {Say thou: “This is my way: I do invite unto Allah, – on evidence clear as the seeing with one’s eyes, …

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Wrong Way Round: The Jetset Journey

By K. Balkhi May, 2014 The least each of us can do is to ensure that we acquire enough Islamic knowledge to live our lives within the Shariah’s parameters. Since not all of us can become Ulema, we must consult with the Ulema ul-Haq — the just scholars — just …

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Stop avoiding afternoon madrassa!

  2014.05.13Guest contributor, teenager herself, Fatima Moolla of Timeless Teenz reminds us not to dodge afternoon maktab, no matter how busy we think we are.   We’re at a crises level with so many parents thinking that they don’t need to send their children for Islamic education. All these excuses: “It is …

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The problem of women, education, and marriage

by Maryam Hedayat Source: muslimvillage.com   Although we always talk about the advantage and equality of education for both men and women, yet when it comes to the point of marriage, men usually prefer to have less qualified women than they are. We live in a society more equal than ever …

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Meaning of ‘La ilaha illAllah’ & its Conditions

By Bint Mohamoud saudilife Part 1 LA ILAHA ILL-ALLAH – the shahadah or declaration that there is no god worthy of worship except Allah – is a profound statement that has a huge implication in Islam. While the majority of us today can utter and live by the statement without the fear …

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O! Teacher Stop Teaching

  By Mirza Yawar Baig 05 February, 2014 Countercurrents.org Our present methods of teaching which are inflicted on by far the vast majority of children the world over are the single biggest cause for killing the imagination that every child is born with and making them into square blocks which …

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