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Refraining from Doubtful Elements

Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) said, “ What is lawful is clear and what is unlawful is clear, but between them are certain doubtful things which many people do not know. So he who guards against doubtful things keeps his religion and his honour blameless. But he who falls into doubtful …

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Is there a problem with eating beef?

Answered By: Mufti Abdullah Nana Source: IlmGate Mawlana Abd al-Hayy al-Lakhnawi (Allah have mercy on him) writes, “The incident of Rasulullah (Allah bless him with peace) sacrificing a cow on behalf of his wives during the Farewell Hajj and distributing its meat to his wives is recorded both in Sahih al-Muslim (#294) and Sahih …

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Zam Zam: History & Virtues

central-mosque.com     Sayyidina Rasul-ullah (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) said, “My roof was opened when I was in Makkah, and Jibreel (peace be upon him) came down and opened my chest, then he washed it with Zamzam water…” [Bukhari] Allah Ta’ala has made all living creatures out of water. People require …

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Loving an Addict

  An anonymous reader’s submission     The scourge of drug , drinking and porn addiction in our communities is destroying our homes, relationships and community as a whole. I don’t think there’s anyone out there that can truly say that they don’t know anyone that is or has been …

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The Seat of Health

  When many of us think of serious health problems we might think of heart disease or cancer. Others might think of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. One organ, and the diseases associated with that organ, is often overlooked. That organ is the kidney, and the health implications of kidney disease …

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The Collapse of Parenting

Leonard Sax Over the last thirty years there has been an alarming transfer of power from parent to child. In North American culture, and those areas of the world infected by this culture, the antics and opinions of the famous and infamous, singers and actors, and same-age social peers matter …

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Meal Guidelines

  People are generally particular regarding WHAT they eat. However, equally important to WHAT we eat is WHEN we eat. Ideally, a person should only eat when hungry, and should stop eating when satiated, before completely filling the stomach. Haarith bin Kaldah, the renowned Arab physician, was once asked, “What …

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Islamic Spirituality and Mental Well-Being

Introduction Modern science has recently taken a keen interest in the wisdoms found in the ancient eastern traditions such as Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Hinduism. In the relatively new field of positive psychology,[1] many of these eastern traditions are utilized to enhance general well-being.[2] The Buddhist practice of mindfulness meditation is a …

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Doctors Warn Toilet Paper Doesn’t Remove Faeces

Doctors warn toilet paper does little to remove feces | Daily Mail Online Water more hygienic than toilet paper, say doctors – Daily Monitor Toilet paper ‘does little’ to remove faeces, experts say – NZ Herald     Americans have been proven to have ‘dirtier anuses than anticipated’. Doctors give …

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Permissibility of Hemp Oil

Nasihah (Advice): Treat Yourself Medically   Sayyiduna Abu Darda Radhiyallahu Anhu narrated that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam said, “Allah has sent down both the disease and the cure, and He has appointed a cure for every disease, so treat yourselves medically, but use nothing unlawful.” (Abu Dawood)   ________________________________________________   …

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