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How Can I groom my Children to be Future Role Models?

    Question: Assalam Alaikum Mufti Sahab, I recently attended your seminar. I have the following URGENT question and I apologize for the rush. I have been trying very hard to bring up my children in an Islamic environment, However, things are not going as I expected. The children are …

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The Devil’s Trap

  https://ruhaniqalb.wordpress.com There is a global crisis: the level of inundation of western media is deepening all over the world. People have become addicted to video games. The CEO’s of the tech companies do not let their kids near these games. They don’t want them to be zombies, they don’t …

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 My Mother’s Day!

  By Abdur Rahmaan Umar eislam.co.za “I love you, mom,” whispered Yusuf as he wrapped the soft pashmina shawl around his mother’s shoulders. The vibrant peach contrasted with the dark rings that had grown under her eyes lately, but their brightness had not faded. Her eyes lit up as she …

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Isale Sawaab for my parents

  Question I have in the past built a mosque for my deceased parents and now, with my wife and her brother and sisters we will Insha Allah build a mosque with the niyat that my mother and father in law will benefit as Isaal e Thawaab. My Niyyat is one …

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Ramadaan – TV Free Month

Ramadaan : Understanding Television What Can Be Done? By Khalid Baig Television has spread like a wild fire in the world, including the Muslim world. It seems to have overcome the limitations of space and time. Consider place. In Saudi Arabia, one can find the imprints of Hollywood only a few …

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Parents’ mobile use harms family life, say kids

  bbc.co.uk By Judith Burns  Education reporter 23 April 2017 From the section Education & Family Parents who continually check their mobiles can leave children feeling upset and ignored, suggests research An overuse of mobile phones by parents disrupts family life, according to a survey of secondary pupils. More than a …

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Appreciation

    A young person who excelled academically applied for a managerial position in a large company. He passed the first interview. The director who did the second and the\ last interview had to make the final decision. The director discovered from the CV that the youth’s academic achievements were …

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Training Children (Part 3)

http://idealwoman.org   Etiquette 21 ✏ Often parents see television as a babysitter. Parents need to keep the children quiet as they do their own work. What they do not realize is that the children are coming under the influence of what they see. Their minds and thinking become attuned to …

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NEEDS VS. WANTS

http://thelittlemuslims.com When we moved to our first house in Bloomington, IN a few years back, one of our neighbors, a very nice young couple who had a 9/10 year old daughter, knocked our door a week or so after we moved in, holding a home-made cake. They came to pay us a visit, to …

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Training Children (Part 2)

http://idealwoman.org   Etiquette 11  ✏ Many parents leave the job of training to school teachers and society, not realizing that the education system today in most places is chillingly void of moral values. Society around the child is often immoral. Providing the right type of training is the primary duty …

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