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And They Called it Women’s Liberation

How Women Were Lured Out of the Home in the USA By Areeba bint Khalid From the 1800s to the present day, family life in the West has remarkably changed. While the West calls this change part of the women freedom movement, a look at history may show otherwise. America …

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The western concept of liberating women

By Haqqseeker  Some decades ago a number of warped minded Western thinkers started advocating that for women, the marriage and the family life were nothing more than a curse that confined them to persistent slavery. They maintained that women must be liberated from male subjugation and domestic responsibilities and achieve full independence in …

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Zam Zam: History & Virtues

central-mosque.com     Sayyidina Rasul-ullah (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) said, “My roof was opened when I was in Makkah, and Jibreel (peace be upon him) came down and opened my chest, then he washed it with Zamzam water…” [Bukhari] Allah Ta’ala has made all living creatures out of water. People require …

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A Sexually Harassed World

Posted by: Mohammed Abdullah Naeem In an age where we find our values being rigorously scrutinised, examined and put under the spotlight, we simultaneously find a myriad of breaking headlines, where, if Islamic values were to be applied, the media would run into a famine, starved of newsworthy reports. The most …

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Loving an Addict

  An anonymous reader’s submission     The scourge of drug , drinking and porn addiction in our communities is destroying our homes, relationships and community as a whole. I don’t think there’s anyone out there that can truly say that they don’t know anyone that is or has been …

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Enter people’s homes blind and leave it deaf.

One friend asked another friend :   “What did your husband gift you to celebrate your child’s birth?”   The friend replied that he did not give her anything.   The first friend was surprised and questioned her friend as to whether this was a good thing. She asked her …

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Holiday @ Home

    A person’s home is their ultimate sanctuary and place of comfort. Hence, when a child feels threatened, his first instinct is to run home, as home is the place of safety. As our homes are our private places, meant for our comfort and happiness, we tend to spend …

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Intimacy During ‘Iddah

  Question:   My husband just gave me the first divorce. It’s a hard time to go through both emotionally and physically. I am having strong sexual feelings and I want to go to my husband for getting them fulfilled. I want to know if he can have intercourse with …

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Wisdom from the Sages for Raising Those of Little Ages

Give them a good name:    A ‘good’ name is defined as one that has a beautiful meaning and that reflects the child’s Muslim faith. Names that denote loving devotion to the Divine — such as Abdullah or Abdur-Rahman — and prophets’ names, are specifically recommended in a prophetic tradition, while some …

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Help Your Kids Confront ‘The-P-Word’: Pornography,

“Hina?” The voice on the other end of the line was ragged; it was obvious the caller had been crying. I felt panic rise in my chest. “What’s wrong? What’s happened?” Pause. Deep breath. And then: “It came into my house last night.” And there it was. Without any need …

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