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The Mindless Dating Game: Happiness or Heartbreak

Reprinted from As-Sahwah.com   The article below deals with one of the major problems faced by the Muslim Youth today, in particular, those raised in the west. The author gives us an insight into the harsh reality of these “love relationships” that the western culture teaches our youth, coating them …

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Addictions Anonymous P4: Alcohol and gambling – Sisters in Vice

Bint us Salaam | 02 September 2014/07 Dhul Qa’dah 1435 Users or addicts in most cases are not anonymous to the crowd they share their addictions with. They forget themselves and their surroundings to the extent that anonymity becomes unimportant. But addiction recovery associations have always been anonymous. In most …

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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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OF LOVE, PARENTS, AND RAMADAN

 MuslimMatters  by Sadia Virk When I was getting married, friends and family members alike were busy sharing advice and tips for the new life ahead of me. Conflict resolution skills, how to divide up household chores, keeping good relations with your in-laws, how to whip up a dinner in 30 …

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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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What’s The Matter? | Teenager Depression

Posted by: Sarah Sultan, LMHC May 15, 2014 Question:   I’m a person suffering from depression. My elder brother is autistic and he causes a lot of problems in our house. Since he needs more care and attention than me, both my parents spend more time with him than they do with …

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Stop avoiding afternoon madrassa!

  2014.05.13Guest contributor, teenager herself, Fatima Moolla of Timeless Teenz reminds us not to dodge afternoon maktab, no matter how busy we think we are.   We’re at a crises level with so many parents thinking that they don’t need to send their children for Islamic education. All these excuses: “It is …

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Three Unfortunate People

  عن كعب بن عجرة رضي الله عنه قال قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم احضروا المنبر فحضرنا فلما ارتقى درجة قال آمين فلما ارتقى الدرجة الثانية قال آمين فلما ارتقى الدرجة الثالثة قال آمين فلما نزل قلنا يا رسول الله لقد سمعنا منك اليوم شيئا ما كنا …

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