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Reflect or Regret!!! Wakeup Call for Muslims

“Warning – Change your lives” – Short Audio Clip by Moulana Dawood Seedat     Maulana Anwar Bismillah   With the recent occurrences of rioting and looting, Muslims / Indians have become soft targets and hence feel threatened by all of this. A vast majority of indigenous South Africans still …

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Looking for a Property?

Thinking about buying some property in this Duniya(temporary world) Well, go ahead. Buy it. On the other hand, has the thought ever crossed your mind to buy a property in Jannah? The properties in Jannah comprise exceptionally vast areas and are available for sale at amazingly low prices.  The most …

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My Incredible Journey to Islam

  I was raised in a strict Roman Catholic home, the middle daughter of three children. My father worked hard and long every day. He would leave early in the morning each day and would return late at night. All of this so that my mother could stay home and …

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Attachment to this temporary world

YOU KNOW YOU ARE GETTING ATTACHED TO THE DUNYA WHEN: 1. You dont plan your time around salah time 2. A whole day or two passes and you don’t open your Quran because you are too ‘busy’ 3. You care so much about what people say about you 4. All …

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Shaykh Maulana Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri (Rahimahullah)

http://islamichorizon.co.za Early life Hadhrat Maulānā Khalīl Ahmad Saharanpuri (r.a) was born toward the end of Safar 1269 A.H. (December 1852 A.D.) in Ambehta, a town in the district of Saharanpur India. He was named both “Zahiruddeen” and “Khalīl Ahmad”, but Khalīl Ahmad became his official name. His mother, Bi Mubarak …

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From  Darkness To Light

I came to the United States from the Middle East in the 70’s. I already had two of my brothers living in America so naturally I wanted to join them and live ‘the good life.’ I remember being so excited that I would have a chance to make it rich; …

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Strengthening the Bonds of Kinship

By Haqqseeker   Just imagine: if a close relative hurls insults at you us in a very nasty manner, what would be your reaction?   Most of us would obviously react in any one of the three of manners given below: If you are an extremely hot-tempered individual you would …

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Our treatment of Ulema and Imams

It is  sad to see on my travels for the last few days  how Ulema and Imams are treated and underpaid in many  parts of the world. The Imam is the person we choose to lead us and represent us in our Salaah everyday to Allah, We say Ameen after …

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Being Wasteful …

  They entered their favourite restuarant and were greeted warmly by the staff as they are regulars at this exclusive upmarket seafood restaurant. The kids run to the play area while their parents get comfortable in thier favourite spot. The waiter knows them well and rushes over to take their …

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Family First!

We are at the peak of danger. Shaykh Hassan’s address to a group of students is worthwhile reading and considering. Where are we heading in a time with our path filled with predators while the caravan of homes proceeds unattended ? Wake up!!!! There will be nothing left called family. …

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