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TV: Your mind. Controlled.

by Melissa Melton Source: http://truthstreammedia.com MuslimVillage Are large segments of the American public literally walking around in a hypnotic trance? Michael Snyder, of The American Dream, wrote this almost two years ago: “Our society is rapidly coming apart at the seams and people are seriously starting to lose it… Way …

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The Teenage Period

    Allāh Jalla Jalālahu says in Qur’ān Majeed: Undoubtedly, We have created man in the best form. (Compared to other creatures, man’s physique is certainly more beautiful and he also has intelligence which the others do not possess also power of choice.) Surāh- Teen verses 4.   Like the …

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The Digital Pied Piper is here. He may already have abducted your child.

The Tech Industry’s Psychological War on Kids medium.com Richard Freed Child and adolescent psychologist, and the author of “Wired Child: Reclaiming Childhood in a Digital Age” “What none of these parents understand is that their children’s and teens’ destructive obsession with technology is the predictable consequence of a virtually unrecognized …

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Reduced to rags by their children.

Click on image above to enlarge Respect for Parents in Islam Narrated Abu Umamah: A man said, “Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) what rights can parents demand from their children?” He replied, “They are your Paradise (if you obey them ) and your Hell.” (if you disobey them) …

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Mu’awwidhat – Surah Falaq and Surah Naas

  “Rasulullah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) used to seek refuge from the jinn as well as from the evil eye until Surah al-Falaq and an-Naas were revealed. When they were sent down, he utilised them and left other things.” [Tirmidhi] This hadith affirms the reality of the harm that …

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The Right Choice

  The story given below is based on an incident related by a Christian priest with some minor additions. It throws light, to a certain extent, on the western malady of sending aged parents to old people’s homes…   While driving, Alex looked at his wife from the corner of his …

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“Game Over”

Playing is a natural activity for a child and is even important for the correct, healthy development of a child. For a child, playing is not merely a pastime. Rather, it is a developmental and educational process through which the child learns many basic principles such as cause and effect, …

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