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Miscarriage: the fiqh of coping with the loss

Posted by: MV Media By: Hajj Gibril   If a woman has a miscarriage, can it be due to bad stress, a wrong she has committed, if another is unhappy with her, if she goes to the beach even though she didn’t want to ( I have been told jinn on …

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5 Steps to Reconnect with your Wife

No matter how hard you’ve worked all day, do you dread getting a disappointed look from you wife when you enter the house? Are you tired of hearing complaint after complaint? What happened to those happy days? Do you miss her smile? Is there something you can do to bring …

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8 Steps to Reconnect With Your Husband

As your life gets busier and busier with each child, do you find yourself moving further away from your husband? Do you want that bond you once had? Do you want to find joy and happiness that comes with having a good relationship? All relationships take effort! But what can …

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Mut’ah: The Shia menace

Compared with a blissful marriage Following is an important article written by my dear friend Sheikh Usman Iqbal. He compares marriage with Mut’ath and explains the harms of Mut’ah. May Allah give hidayat to all Muslims. ———————- Marriage- Shiaism vs Islam In Islam marriage is a long-term commitment which requires …

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Wisdom behind the many Wives of The PROPHET alayhis salam

Translated by Zameelur Rahman [Al-Ubbi said:]Al-Shafi‘i said: “Allah (Glorified is He) singled out the Messenger of Allah by obligating on him things which He alleviated from other than him, in order to increase his (Allah bless him and grant him peace) sanctity, and He permitted for him things which He …

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Cooling the Fires of Marriage Part 3

The Second Fire: Parents and In-Laws aljumuah.com ONE OF THE most emotionally charged topics in marriage is in-laws, which includes our own parents. Most Muslims feel conflicted between their spouses, their parents, or in-laws at some point. Despite what we know to be right about our relationships in a fiqhî (Islamic …

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Debate over Muslim veils in universities surfaces in France

Last updated: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 11:22 PM PARIS —  The debate over wearing a veil at public universities has resurfaced in France following several recent incidents in the country, France 24 reported. Last week, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s political party Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) called for …

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The Most Touching Conversation

by Ink Of Faith Recently, I have been going through the Greatest Mums of all times series, and in there, one of the Ustaadh’s mentioned a beautiful story about a beautiful woman, wife, mother and servant of Allah. It is said to be one of the most touching conversations between …

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Is Yoga permissible in Islam

Question I am aware yoga is impermissible in Islam because it ties into the Hindu religion. My question is whether now we will consider this (its ties with the Hindu religion)? Because most people who do yoga are not even aware of the fact that it comes from Hindu religion. …

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