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Young children are getting hooked on porn

Cheryl McHenry http://www.daytondailynews.com/ One local boy was just 5 years old when he started acting out sexually and aggressively. His mother said he seemed to have “too much knowledge for his age.” She found out later that an older cousin had downloaded pornography and showed it to her son. Another …

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The Treasure of Iman

Posted by Shaykh Tauqeer Chaudhary   Iman is the most valuable treasure for the believer, it is the level of our iman which Allah ﷻ looks at, not our wealth nor our status. Righteous elders of the past would have deep concern for their iman and would also ensure their …

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Why I Am Never Going Back To America

  An insider’s account of what goes on within the secular schools and universities worldwide, especially in the West (It should be remembered that the educational system of America and Europe is the model, upon which all secular educational systems are based. The goal of every other country of the …

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Why the iPad is a far bigger threat to our children than anyone realises

 Ten years ago, psychologist SUE PALMER predicted the toxic effects of social media. Now she sees a worrying new danger… Sue Palmer is a psychologist who realised how dangerous technology could be to young children She’s shocked about how even the tiniest have become slaves to screens  Excessive screen-time can lead to …

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Old and cold with no one to hold

Yusuf Omar – Lifestyle | 1 November 2016 radio islam I recently had the privilege of visiting a home for the aged, or what we commonly refer to as an old-age home. Now, I call it a privilege because many of us never get this opportunity. Even though entrance is free and …

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Halloween and Conformity

http://mustafaumar.com/news/ Introduction Halloween is around the corner once again. It is the second largest holiday in the US after Christmas. Every year Muslims are compelled to make the difficult decision of whether to participate in the festivities of Halloween occurring around them or to simply ignore what people are doing …

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Childrens Upbringing

What is good behavior? Is it to help one’s mother at home? Is it not to raise one’s voice when speaking with her? Is it to help one’s father with his work? Is it to be quiet and not disturb others? Is it to do homework on time? Is it …

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(PIW) *Parent Induced Wastefulness*

AN OLD SICKNESS WITH A NEW NAME When parents strive to give their children the best of everything at an early age, they are sowing seeds for materially insatiable monsters that are prone to sloth, apathy, avarice and fear. Don’t stand in self- defense as yet. I have proof. As …

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Fed Up!

http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ Ever heard of the ‘terrible two’s’? It’s the age where your endearing, innocent angel suddenly seems to transform into a bundle of tantrums. Even a mundane task such as feeding him or her becomes a battle of wills with the kitchen floor serving as the battlefield, covered in the …

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