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Everybody on His Own

By Khalid Baig  Disturbing trends in Western societies today, as also Islam’s own prescription for social security, quite clearly state that men are responsible for the affairs outside the home and the women are responsible for taking care of the home. This division is not a relic of some dark …

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Gay Beauticians – The New Sick Craze

Moulana Khalid Dhorat It seems nowadays that gays are the only ones who are expert in hair styling and makeup! Everyone else seems to have become redundant. And this seems to be the latest craze that has gripped our Muslim women!! And before anyone jumps up and start accusing me …

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 Simple Steps to a Healthier, Happier You!

  By Umm Ayman eislam.co.za Complete health should be a balanced and holistic endeavour. Below are just a few concise steps toward achieving full physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and even financial well-being and contentment, Inshaa-Allah.   ALWAYS SAY BISMILLAH (I BEGIN IN THE NAME OF ALLAH) The Messenger of …

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Why Do We Pray 5 Times a Day?

By: Ahmed Rehab   For many reasons, but one simple reason is this: prayer is the sump pump to our sins. Since the sins are invariably guaranteed to keep coming, so must the sump pumps keep working. Groundwater is a consequence of rain, and sin is a consequence of life. …

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Weddings Vs Marriage

Cii Radio| Yumnah Sarang “It is not about the wedding, it is about the marriage” Marriage is a lifelong relationship between two individuals that starts after the wedding and a wedding is a function celebrating the marriage of this couple. A “wedding” has no basis in shariah, it is the …

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Emotionally Attached To The World? How to Let Go

Maulana Khalid Dhorat What of the world are you attached to: status, money, fashion, property? Attachments need not be only something materialistic, it can be an over-attachment to people too. Really, is it a crime to be over-attached to anyone? Yes, it can be if that attachment is more than …

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Children need boundaries to grow

    Carin-Lee Masters   Becoming and being a parent is challenging. Just as much as it brings us enormous fulfilment, it is also one of the roles in our lives that’s beset with all kinds of frustrations and challenges, which we are often ill-prepared for. Many parents I deal …

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Zulqarnain & Ya’juj Ma’juj

  By Shaykh Ahmed Ali http://www.central-mosque.com/ The emergence of the mighty tribes of Ya’juj and Ma’juj is also a major sign of Qiyamah. Allah says in the Qur’an, “When Ya’juj and Ma’juj are let loose (from their Barrier) and they swiftly swarm from every mound” (Surah Al-Anbiya) Allah says in …

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If You Are Playing Pokemon Go, Delete It Now

Maulana Khalid Dhorat Since Pokemon Go became a craze in South Africa, many scholars have declared it haraam (forbidden). This article is not a fatwa, but a plea to parents, grandparents, and gamers. It presents the facts and potential spiritual implications that a harmless-looking game may have upon us. I …

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