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7 Things You Should Know About Pornography and the Brain

Christian Living / Joe Carter May 8, 2013 [Note: The following contains a frank, though non-graphic, discussion of pornography addiction. Parents are therefore cautioned to examine the material themselves before sharing it with children or teenagers.] “Because the human brain is the biological anchor of our psychological experience, it is helpful to …

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Exposé on Shia Iran By Mufti AK Hoosen

  Cii Radio The so-called Islamic Republic of Iran was formerly known as Persia and is regarded as one of the cradles of ancient human civilisation. The name Iran comes from the word Aryanam, meaning ‘Land of the Aryans.’ While the exact meaning of Aryans is uncertain, it is thought …

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THE MAGNIFICENT SAYYIDINA ABU HURAIRAH رضي الله عنه

The Grand Hadith Master & Lover of Cats (Radiallahu Ta’laa ‘Anhu) Following the unfortunate debacle that took place on Saturday evening, 22nd July 2017, wherein Joey Rasdien – a Muslim comedian from Cape Town – disparaged one of the greatest Sahabah (Companions) of Rasulullah (Sallallahu ‘Alaihi wa Sallam), I was …

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Pornography: An evil indulgence 

  He was a wealthy businessman, a father to three beautiful children and a husband to a pious and humble wife. A respectful family man was what the world saw yet he had a dark evil indulgence, pornography. He would sit hunched over his laptop in his plush office for …

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Beloved Abu Hurayrah RadiAllahu Anhu – The Grand Hadith Master

  During the month of Ramadhan, Shaykh Mufti Ebrahim Desai conducted a series on the biographies of the Sahaba of Rasulullah (Sallalahu Alaihi Was-sallam). In every session he commenced with verses of the Quran and Ahadith of Rasulullah (Sallalahu Alaihi Was-sallam) expounding of the high and lofty position of the …

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Islam vs Secularism

  Secularism is defined in the Webster dictionary as: “A system of doctrines and practices that rejects any form of religious faith and worship” or “The belief that religion and ecclesiastical affairs should not enter into the function of the state especially into public education.” There is no doubt that …

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The Crusades Part 1: Invasion

http://lostislamichistory.com Few historical eras resonate in the Muslim and Christian worlds as much as the Crusades. This epic struggle for what both religions see as holy land helped shape the development of Europe and Southwest Asia politically, socially, and religiously for centuries afterwards. The heroic tales of chivalry, bravery, and determination …

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The Al-Aqsa Mosque Through The Ages: Part 2

http://lostislamichistory.com In Part 1 of this article, we saw the early history of the third holiest site in Islam: the al-Aqsa Mosque. From a Roman and Byzantine dumping site to a modest mosque built by ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab, to a giant complex crowned by the Dome of the Rock in Umayyad …

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