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Cereals are Unhealthy

Cereal sugar rush test If you think breakfast cereal is healthy, read the fine print. Most cereals had more than 12g of sugar per 100g serving – too much to be considered healthy. Times read the labels on more than 50 of the popular breakfast cereals on the shelves of …

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ALLAH does not give up on you, Don’t give up on yourself

Bint Ahmed Sulaymaan & S Hunter– Cii Radio “I lived a life worse than the worst disbeliever.” This is the story of a young girl who went astray. She admits to having done every “filthy thing” in life. Anything filthy that you can imagine, she was involved in it from the …

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Miscarriage: the fiqh of coping with the loss

Posted by: MV Media By: Hajj Gibril   If a woman has a miscarriage, can it be due to bad stress, a wrong she has committed, if another is unhappy with her, if she goes to the beach even though she didn’t want to ( I have been told jinn on …

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8 Steps to Reconnect With Your Husband

As your life gets busier and busier with each child, do you find yourself moving further away from your husband? Do you want that bond you once had? Do you want to find joy and happiness that comes with having a good relationship? All relationships take effort! But what can …

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Ten Important Advices For The Youth

http://www.tafseer-raheemi.com/ten-important-advices-youth/ Following is the transcript of a speech I delivered in Florida. My friend Hafez Hassan khan wrote it down. I edited it and added a few things. May Allah make it beneficial for the youth and give us tawfeeq to learn and practice. ————- 1, Tahaarat, 2, Taqwa, 3, …

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The man who died shouting “Alan Shearer” !

Bint Ahmed Sulaymaan – Cii Radio | 05 Jumadal Ula 1436/25 February 2015 Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) spoke of intelligence in a different way, “Clever is the one who prepares for the life after death, and the person who remembers death often.” “If you remember death, I would not see …

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The Most Touching Conversation

by Ink Of Faith Recently, I have been going through the Greatest Mums of all times series, and in there, one of the Ustaadh’s mentioned a beautiful story about a beautiful woman, wife, mother and servant of Allah. It is said to be one of the most touching conversations between …

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I fail.

Sameera Hameed She embraces me like she’s receiving me for the first time every time I come home. Says ‘Ah! It wasn’t nice without you!!You went away for sooo long!’ Hugs me tight and lets me in. When actually, I had only been out for a few hours…I thought it …

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Start with Yourself!

 idealmuslimah.co.za Mother of Shaikh Nizaamuddeen Awliyaa (rahimahullah) – Part One Shaikh Nizaamuddeen Awliyaa (rahimahullah) was a great scholar and famous sage of the 7th century. Thousands had accepted Islam and repented at his hands. Even the kings and monarchs would visit him for du‘aas and blessings. The world has seen very …

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Muslims and Birthday Parties – Into the lizard’s hole?

Bint Ahmed Sulaymaan – Cii Radio | 15 Rabi uth Thani 143606 February 2015 “Spoiler Alert – Children’s birthday parties are getting more and more extravagant.” A heading from an article onSlate.com recently read after a five year old British boy was sent an invoice to cover the cost of his nonappearance …

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