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Has your heart been CAPTURED?

Ebrahim Moosa – Radio Islam | 01 Safar 1438/03 November 2016 It is one of the most dreaded phobias within our social circles: The prospect of becoming possessed – or to take a leaf from a trendier lexicon – being captured by a Jinn or the supernatural is something that …

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How to Treat the En-suite

As man advances and progresses in developments and technology, the levels of comfort in his life also proportionately increase. Among the many facilities with which we are now pampered is that of the en-suite toilet. There was a time when the toilet was outside the home. Using it at night …

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Fitan – How to Safeguard Yourself

By Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh We often hear ‘we are in the era of fitnas’ and ‘there are many fitnas in our times’. We come across this word, fitnah, during lectures and talks too. Let us understand what this word means. The word ‘fitnah’ (plural: fitan) is literally used …

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Why following the four Sunni schools of law is essential

By: Moulana Haroon Abasoomer (Allah protect him) Source: al-miftah.com Some contemporaries, who degrade the Fiqh of the four Imams and their followers, actually do so because they view legitimate “difference of opinion” as evil. This is the reason for which they keep harping on the fact that we need to …

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The Concept and Classification of Bid’a Hasanah in Islam

by Mufti Muhammd ibn Adam Bidah Hasana -‘What an Excellent Bida’ah this is! – Salafi Aqeeda … The word Bid’a (innovation) has two aspects to it, one being the linguistic definition, and the other, it’s meaning from a Shariah perspective. Linguistically Bid’a means introducing something new, regardless of whether it …

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The importance of reciting Qur’aan Shareef daily at home*

_by Mufti Ebrahim Salejee_ alhaadi.org It is necessary for every home to introduce the recitation of the Qur’aan everyday. There was a time when every morning and evening, every Muslim home would be buzzing with the recitation of Qur’aan. Men, women and children would all be engaged in tilaawah. This …

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Giving Your Parents the Proper Treatment They deserve

The Forgotten Blessing Cii Radio| S Essop “Ali, please come downstairs and eat”, calls Haleema, his mother, for the third time. “In a minute MUM, I’m busy, you’re so difficult.. gosh.. just leave me alone!” followed with a loud slam of the door. How many of us are guilty of …

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The Obligatory Nature of Hajj

By Shaykh Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh The advent of the month of Shawwāl brings with it the remembrance of Ibrāhīm ‘alayhis salām and his memorable hajj. All over the world, those who are fortunate make preparations for this great spiritual experience. Hajj is from the five pillars of Islām …

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