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Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy

Victoria L. Dunckley M.D.Mental Wealth 6 Ways electronic screen time makes kids angry, depressed and unmotivated. Posted Aug 18, 2015 Children or teens who are “revved up” and prone to rages or—alternatively—who are depressed and apathetic have become disturbingly commonplace. Chronically irritable children are often in a state of abnormally …

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Parental Responsibilities and Developing Islamic Character

http://propheticpaths.com/parental-responsibilities-and-developing-islamic-character/ taken from ilmgate.org By Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi On 7th April 2006, Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi (db), a prominent scholar from India, made an impromptu speech before Salat  al-Jumu`ah Jumma Masjid, Batley, England. He highlighted the dangers facing Muslims in today’s turbulent times, pleading Muslim parents to focus on their responsibilities, …

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The Key for Every Lock

 uswatulmuslimah.co.za A woman in distress once came to the renowned student of Imaam Ahmad bin Hambal (rahimahullah), Baqiyy bin Makhlad (rahimahullah), and begged him for help. She cried to him saying, “My beloved son has been taken prisoner by the Romans. My grief at his loss and yearning to meet …

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Revealed: Nutritional bodies funded by Big Sugar

By Jordanna – IQS Team Member | June 26, 2014 You’ve probably noticed by now that government nutritional guidelines promote information at odds with what we do here at IQS and the most up-to-date science. Confused? Don’t worry we were too. Why does the largest body of dieticians in Australia …

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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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Parenting Cannot Be Delegated

Nisaar Nadiadwala I was a guest at one of my friend’s place. This was a very rich man and he had a young son. While we were sitting, his son offered me a glass of water. The father retaliated: “Can’t you even greet with Salams!” I could clearly see the man’s eyebrows frowning …

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10 Tips on How to Quit Haram Relationships

 Infographic By Family Editorial Board Being in a haram (disallowed) relationship is a very common problem that challenges Muslim youths nowadays. It’s very easy to engage in such relationships but to give up is the most difficult part. Any Relationship between males and females outside of marriage is Not Permissable …

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FITRAH-THE INNATE NATURE OF CHILDREN

AL BASAIR ISLAMIC MEDIA  Why is it that children have no difficulty believing in Allah and His Message, even though they cannot see Him? Why is it that a child finds it so effortless and natural to pray, to fast and to wear the hijab, oftentimes delighting in the process? …

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The humour and banter of the Sahaba RA

Fi Zillil Habeeb SAW: Cii Radio | 09 Ramadan 1436/26 June 2015 The human side of Sahabah RA and the beloved’s (SAW) patience with it. Lessons; Deen is beautified by it’s incorporation of human nature. It is a religion which balances silent contemplation and seclusion and also appreciates humour done …

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Charlie Charlie, Are You Here ?

 Moulana Khalid Dhorat As promised, this is the second installment regarding the harms of mainstream media. The first installment was entitled “Take it with a Spoonful of Salt.” We are now within the month of Ramadaan. Just before this blessed month, there was a huge commotion as kids all over …

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