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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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Your children need your presence more than your presents

   Techno geeks and social snobs ready to contradict their parents. Know-it-All’s challenge, even dominate their teachers. An oft-mentioned refrain: “The state of our youth!” But, Why? Fatima Moolla of@timelessteenz doesn’t mince her words in placing the blame solidly on their parent’s shoulders.   I believe the ogres we call …

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The flaunting and the fake on Facebook

by Maryam Hedayat Source: MuslimVillage.com         An attractively decorated tray of fruit salad with eye-pleasing servings of cream and chocolates, bearing a caption over it “The best fruit salad for futoor…may our fasting be accepted!” This was an image someone posted on Facebook. Very often people update …

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I Don’t Trust him Going to the Gym

Question: Assalaamu alaikum Respected Ulama I am married for 5 months to a boy I’ve known from before. I have very severe trust issues especially when my husband goes to the gym. He has a habit of not lowering his gaze and I get scared that he’ll notice other women. …

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Smart phones, social media, and Muslim kids

  By: Haqqseeker Source: Muslimvillage In this digital era children have developed a strong obsession with modern technological gadgets.  They are literally being psyched to use every type of gadget available – computer, tablet, smartphone, – the list is endless- and we parents seem to have lost control over them. The …

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Absent Parent Syndrome – child abuse online

Absent Parent Syndrome fertile breeding ground for child abuse online Shoks Mnisi Mzolo – Cii News | 16 Shabaan 1436/04 June 2015 Antony Evans, a child pornography kingpin, has been named and shamed for his misdemeanors. He was slapped with a 10-year prison sentence last week for his crimes. Evans …

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Eschewing Extravagance in a Consumer Culture

    I cast a cursory glance upon the numerous food delivery and takeout flyers on my kitchen counter, wondering what to order. Chinese Chow Mein or Burmese Khau Suey? Chicken Fajita pizza, or Iranian Chilo rice? There are days when I just don’t feel like cooking and that’s when …

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How Doctors Rob Patients

Sadly medical ethics seems to be as weak or absent as all other ethics in society. I can add a couple of my own horror stories of what Indian doctors did to me and my father. Will collect from them before Allahﷻ on the Day when we will all meet …

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‘Conserve water, every drop counts’

Thursday 21 May 2015 10:15 SABC South Africa is experiencing a dry season due to the past season not being as rainy as hoped. (SABC) Department of Water Affairs Spokesperson, Sputnik Ratau says South Africa is experiencing a water shortage due to the past rainy season not being as rainy …

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