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The Boy & the Apple Tree

Y Khan A long time ago, there was a huge apple tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it everyday. He climbed to the treetop, ate the apples, took a nap under the shadow…he loved the tree and the tree loved to play with him. Time went …

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Saving oneself from Year end Temptations

 Question: I am in high school. Soon the exams will be over and the holidays will commence. Many boys and girls are planning various haraam activities to which I am also being invited. The temptations and the peer pressure is very strong. How do I save myself from falling prey …

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Children, the hidden victims of a rocky marriage

Cii News | 05 Safar 1436/28 November 2014 Teachers, educators, the first people to witness the change taking place in an abused child or a child witnessing abuse in the home could deepen the problem by the way they react to that change. Cii Radio spoke to Doctor Zubeida Dangor, …

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Bring your Friends Closer to Allah

idealwomen.org Why should you, a young Muslim, be helping to bring your friends closer to Allah? After all, you’ve got your own struggles to deal with: trying to explain to hostile teachers why you pray, Hijab discrimination, standing up in class when the professor attacks Islam, dealing with parents who …

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10 Free Tools to Filter and Block Porn on the Internet

 https://www.raymond.cc/blog/block-pornographic-pictures-by-pixelating-images/2/ SEE ALSO: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/how-to-block-pornographic-websites-without-spending-money-on-software/ A computer with an Internet connection is able to expose your children to everything both good and bad that is on the world wide web unless you have some kind of parental control software installed to automatically filter out bad or questionable websites such as pornography, violence, …

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Dogs: What Islam has to say about ‘man’s best friend’

Cii Radio Islam does not say to hate dogs or any other creatures. But there are rules pertaining to the interaction Muslims can have with these friendly canines. The “I want to touch a dog” event that took place in Malaysia this past weekend has shed light on how misunderstood …

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Parenting the Islamic Way

uswatulmuslimah.co.za Topics covered: – Aspiration and Mindset – Du‘aa – Love and Attention – From a Young Age – Education – Essential Values – Life-Skills – Disciplining – Do’s and Dont’s – Extremely Disastrous Click on the following links to download the “Parenting the Islamic Way” fanfold: Page 1 Page …

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The “NEED” of the Hour

Friday 16:10: “Oh No, Only 20 minutes left to pick up the kids from madrasah. Oh Gosh! Tomorrow is another crazy Saturday morning with them at home”, groaned mum. Friday 16:40 (after madrasah): “Yesss, it’s weekend again. Tomorrow we can hook up with the gang at the mall. Maybe, we …

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I’ll Cross the Bridge when I Get there!

http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ A few months back, the media carried the story of a ‘Muslim’ woman who was the new 100m women’s champion. The article also quoted her saying that she is working on improving on her times for future races. I’m pretty sure that every Muslimah who values the dignity and …

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