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Winning the Heart of your Husband – Book

    Author: Ibraahim ibn Saaleh al-Mahmud | Pages: 28 | Size: 1 MB Happiness is a feeling that resides in the heart. It is characterized by peace of mind, tranquility, a sense of well-being, and a relaxed disposition. It comes as a result of proper behavior, both inward and …

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17 Ways To Love Your Husband

Source: Pure Matrimony Men have different needs compared to women, and as such, how we deal with them on a daily basis is going to mean the difference between a happy marriage and a sour one. So here’s our top tips for sisters who want to show their husbands they …

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Madison and the Commercialisation of Adultery

World wide distribution of Ashley Madison users and male to female ratio (red: more than 85% of the users are men in that city). Posted by: Abu Haneefa   Six days after hackers exposed the client database of Ashley Madison, John Gibson, a Pastor and father of two, committed suicide. …

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20 ways to be nicer to your Husband or Wife

Experts say that the longer you are married, the more effort is required to stay that way. Keeping this in mind, I have composed a list of 20 suggestions of simple things we can do to be nicer to your spouse. Remember often, why you married him inste Kathleen Gauger …

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Wise Wives Series Part 3

  Source: wisewives.org This entry is also going to be dedicated to the topic of control. Why do we do it? And how do we stop? Why you ask? Well there is only one root cause of control, and that is FEAR. This fear is usually irrational and usually comes from …

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6 Things Your Muslim Husband Won’t Tell You

By Abu Ibrahim Ismail purematrimony.com Ever wish you could read your husband’s mind? Western culture encourages husbands and wives to talk to each other and discuss things. However, in many Muslim cultures, men are raised to be stoic and tight-lipped. Muslim husbands are very often (not always) reluctant to talk …

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It’s Me or Your Bread

Shah Shujaa’ Kirmaani (rahimahullah) was a great monarch who abandoned his throne and kingdom in order to tread the path of gaining the proximity of Allah Ta‘ala. When he removed the royal crown from his head, Allah Ta‘ala crowned him with such honor that let alone kings and rulers – …

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Boycott Unislamic Extravagant Weddings

Ebrahim Moosa – Cii News | 10 Dhul Qa’dah 1436/26 August 2015 Indian based scholar and renowned leadership consultant, Sheikh Mirza Yawar Baig has lashed out at what he has described as a trend of shameful opulence taking grip in many Muslim societies around the globe. In a hard hitting …

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Saudi Arabia fixes Mahr rate to “contain spinsterhood”

Arab News | 03 Dhul Qa’dah 1436/19 August 2015 An unmarried woman’s dowry has been officially fixed at SR50,000, while for a divorcee, it would be SR30,000. The move follows instructions from Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, who is also adviser to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman. …

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Preparing children for marriage, not just the wedding

Edris Khamissa | 25 Shawaal 1436/11 August 2015 A wedding is not a marriage. A wedding is only the beginning of an undertaking that may or may not, someday, develop into a marriage. What the couple have on their wedding day is not the key to a beautiful garden, but …

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