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Five Pillars of Democracy- Rand Report

This is just a small part of a very larger and dangerous conspiracy to wipe out Islam from its fundamentals and Traditions(Shariah). The west is scared of Islamic Shariah to dominate and is therefore doling out Trillions of Dollars on unnecessary Wars and assisting Modernists like Taj Hargey and the likes of …

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Aping the West does not make you a ‘Happy Muslim’

Bint Salaam – Opinion | 02 June 2014/03 Shabaan 1435 “That’s not Islam!” – The slogan for Muslims who feel they need to apologise for the behaviour of so called “Islamist” terrorist organisations. As if, telling the world that the actions of a few don’t mirror the whole is making a …

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Wrong Way Round: The Jetset Journey

By K. Balkhi May, 2014 The least each of us can do is to ensure that we acquire enough Islamic knowledge to live our lives within the Shariah’s parameters. Since not all of us can become Ulema, we must consult with the Ulema ul-Haq — the just scholars — just …

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I Shop, therefore I am!

By Syed Kazim  The last two decades have witnessed an over expanding interest in consumerism. We are a society consumed by consumerism. Advertising companies, celebrity spokespersons, movies and TV shows conspire to render the consumer object into a fetish imbued with magical, if not downright divine powers, writes SYED KAZIM. …

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Really dealing with pornography

  by Mohamed Ghlian Source: http://mohamedghilan.com Posted by: MV Media   I wrote an article in the past outlining some of the ways viewing pornography could be altering one’s brain. The idea with that article was to appeal to the better sense of those who spend their time in this disgusting activity. It …

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Novel Company

 alhaadi.org A beautiful parable in the hadith compares a good friend with a perfume seller and a bad friend with  a blacksmith. The least benefit one will acquire in the company of a perfume seller is that one will certainly get the beautiful scent of perfume, which will freshen the mind …

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Sweet Sixteen

  The bright neon needles of the German-engineered deafening clock shone on the dressing table of my unusually‘cold’ and eerie room. Half the night had passed without even a wink of sleep. Spending the entire day at the mall, where I ‘shopped till I dropped’ … I was exhausted, weakened and drained. So …

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Charging the Emergency Lights

    by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh) In these times of ‘Load Shedding[1]’, there are so many advertisements which market generators, emergency lights, gas stoves and whatever else that offers an instant or quick solution to power cuts. When load-shedding became the order of the day, the sales …

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A society obsessed by selfies..even in death

Bint Assalaam | 14 April 2014/13 Jumadal Ukhra 1435 Things, it seems can get weirder than the pout. Selfie absorption has shifted to another level. Not necessarily upwards. Social media has encouraged the rise of the selfie obituary. As morbid as it sounds, it’s about people writing their own obituaries. Before …

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The amazing preservation of the Quran

Source: http://lostislamichistory.com Posted by: MV Media   The awakening of Europe from the Dark Ages and the subsequent intellectual enlightenment of the 1600s-1800s was one of the most powerful movements in modern history. It brought to Europe a dedication to empirical science, critical thinking, and intellectual discourse. Much of this was imported …

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