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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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Second Conquest of Constantinople & Emergence of Dajjaal?

  Question: If there will be no second conquest of Constantinople, what then is the meaning of those narrations that speak of the ’emergence of dajjal’ shortly after this conquest. This land was conquered in the year 857 A.H (1453), about 565 years ago, and to date there has been …

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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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Can women treat men?

Question I have a question about my profession. I am not sure if it is unacceptable islamically. I am a dermal and laser expert. I offer treatments like micro needling, IPL hair removal and skin rejuvenation. Is this professional ok to do on men? For example hair removal on back …

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Musical Instruments

Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “Allah Mighty and Majestic sent me as a guidance and mercy to believers and commanded me to do away with musical instruments, flutes, strings, crucifixes, and the affair of the pre-Islamic period of Ignorance.” [Abu Dawud] The evidence against musical instruments, in …

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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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Social Media and the Cyber Youth Crisis Part 2

Social Media and the Cyber Youth Crisis Part 1 Personal data Nothing on the internet is for free. Accessing websites using an internet browser will often lead to a cookie (small piece of data sent from the website to the user’s computer via the browser) being stored on the user’s …

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Social Media and the Cyber Youth Crisis Part 1

    It is hardly surprising that the iconic founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, along with a number of other tech CEOs and venture capitalists would strictly control their children’s screen time.The prefrontal cortex of the teenage brain, that regulates behaviour and evaluates the consequences of actions, continues to develop …

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