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Turmoil of the tongue – the ferocious five

Yusuf Omar – Opinion | 14 March 2017/ http://www.radioislam.org.za   There is an English phrase ‘You are what you eat’. I beg to differ. I believe it should be ‘You are what you utter’. Give me the next few minutes to explain why. The boneless tongue has the ability to make peace and …

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Why social media can be more dangerous than black magic

By: Anonymous Source: MuslimVillage New car? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Child’s birthday? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. New job? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Nice meal? Take a selfie. Put it on social media. Got married? Take a selfie. Put …

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Social media is full of sad, lonely people

Social media is full of sad, lonely people pretending they’re OK and perfectly fine attention-seekers pretending to be sad We all know that Pinterest users don’t really crave actual breathing social contact – they prefer to sit alone, waiting for death, in a room that smells of guinea pig bedding, …

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The dangers of screen addiction

  By: Haqqseeker Source: MuslimVillage It is all about the silent war between the real world and the virtual world and the virtual world seems to be winning. From a seven-year old (and below) to a seventy-year old (and above), most of us have gone crazy after the smartphone. When …

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Strive to be Simple in Five

 http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za In this day and age, there are very few places that we can frequent without encountering posters, billboards and flyers advertising “CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT!” “BLACKLISTED? WE CAN HELP!” Even more surprising than the amount of debt aid agencies that have sprung up is the amount of people that flock …

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Gheerah – Protective Jealousy

Where are the Real Men? Why are The Muslim Men so Emasculated? Has Feminism and Gender Equality Destroyed us? by Qarie Ahmed Saeed We live in societies in which most men and women have lost their sense of modesty, women are obsessed with their appearances and wear clothes to be seen …

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Carbon Copies

    The words echoed through my mind as I stared at the silhouette of my mother. She was finally at peace – or so I hoped. She lay as still as death dictated, and while guilt gnawed at me from the inside, I felt relieved. What kind of disgusting …

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When are you coming, When are you going?

By Maulana Khalid Dhorat Our entertaining of guests, family and friends nowadays, has more to do with showing off and flaunting our taste for fine décor and exotic dishes, rather than good old genuine company, a warm and heartfelt welcome, and hearty company filled with pleasant memories and real affection. …

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