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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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Video games – Nerfing (changing) your Imaan

Addictions Anonymous P9:  Bint Ahmad Sulaymaan – Cii News | 14 October 2014/19 Dhul Hijjah 1435 Addiction is not just the uncontrollable habit of using drugs or alcohol. Behavioural addictions such as gambling, eating, exercise and now Compulsive Internet Use (CIU) – which includes video gaming – are very common. …

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12 Ways Parents Can Protect Their Kids From Too Many Pills

Huffpost.com We are turning our kids into pill poppers. The rate of ADHD has tripled in just 20 years — it is now diagnosed in 11 percent of all children aged 4-17 and is medicated in 6 percent of them. And the percentages get really crazy for teenage boys — 20 percent are diagnosed …

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CHILDREN AND THE CULTURE OF PORNOGRAPHY

‘BOYS WILL ASK YOU EVERY DAY UNTIL YOU SAY YES’ BY COLE MORETON Source: The Telegraph The death of 13-year-old Chevonea Kendall-Bryan has driven the debate on the sexualisation of the young to fever pitch, but what will we do about it? There is a storm coming. I can feel it …

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Is corporal punishment allowed and applicable according to Sharī`ah?

  Question:   Is corporal punishment allowed and applicable according to Sharī`ah?   Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Corporal punishment refers to physical punishment inflicted on a child by an adult in authority.[1]The concept of corporal punishment has been …

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Addictions Anonymous: Drugs, what goes up eventually comes down

Cii News | 28 August 2014/02 Dhul Qa’dah 1435 Bennies, boo, beans, apples, doves, bubbles, bounce, meow – meow, Charlie, super K, Skag, ganja and spliff – they sound like the names of games that kids play. They’re actually the names of “games” that both kids and adults indulge in. …

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Weighing in on the spare the rod, spoil the child debate

“The flesh is yours the bones are mine” – Weighing in on the spare the rod, spoil the child debate umm Abdillah, Radio Islam Programming – 2014.08.20 | 24 Shawaal 1435 The CEFUPS Academy, a private boarding school, was established in 1992 with an aim of making a remarkable impact …

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The cycle of “War” within our homes

  Adults must model the kind of behaviour and world that they want for their children. It requires them to look at themselves in a very deep and responsible way and make changes that will help them not to pass on their own old injuries onto their children.   What …

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‘Don’t let Muslim youth talent become latent’

Cii News | 27 May 2014/27 Rajab 1435 Often talent scouting and development among the youth is associated with sport. Talent scouts are usually out to find the world’s next outstanding young athlete. But for the elevation of Islam there needs to be a stronger focus on scouting or identifying …

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