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Soap Box: Failing Our Sons

  The other day a post on my Facebook newsfeed from an Islamic inspirational site showed an image with a couple facing each other, the woman looking up to her husband, her head tilted to the side. The caption encouraged wives to use this “subordinate” position for apologising to their …

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Successful marriage is about more than rights!

by Abu Ibrahim Source: http://islamiclearningmaterials.com Posted by: MV Media   Articles and books that contain the phrase “Rights of the Muslim Wife/Husband” should be banned. Those are some of the worst and destructive articles I’ve ever encountered in the English-Muslim world. This is not to say that Muslim men and …

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7 things to teach your Muslim Daughter.

by Ruhaifa Adil Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem A daughter is a great blessing for any Muslim, as the Prophet (sa) said: “Anyone who has three daughters and provides for them, clothes them, and shows mercy to them will definitely enter the Garden.” A man from the people asked: “And two daughters, …

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Marrying Mr Right in Wrongwaytown

Marriages are made in heaven, but the wedding ceremony takes place on earth … and at times, besides the Mehr-e-Fatimi, there is nothing heavenly about it.   Many thousands of years ago, long before this earth was even created, when the pen of destiny was writing in the skies, the …

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Friends and Social Media – Shaikh Sulaiman Moolla

Subject: ” Friends & Social media” Speaker: Shaikh Sulaiman Moola Date: 17-10-2015 Place: Masjid Hilal-Durban Link: https://ia801509.us.archive.org/14/items/2015-10-17-friendsSocialMedia-masjide-hilal-durban-www.attablig.com/2015-10-17-friendsSocialMedia-masjide-hilal-durban-www.attablig.com.mp3 …  

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Muslim burial worker laments shocking personal hygiene standards

Cii News | 28 Dhul Hijjah 1436/12 October 2015 In former times, checks on the length of nails and underarm hair at some educational institutions were taken as routine, for reasons of maintaining discipline and hygiene. Nowadays, with freedom being the over-riding buzzword, such ‘trivial’ matters are increasingly being sacrificed …

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Honouring Parents

Sermon of the Week • Abu Dardaa radhiyallahu ‘anhu narrates: I heard Rasullullah sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam saying: “A father is the best gate of the gates of Paradise; so it is up to you, either you lose that gate (by disobeying him), or protect it (by obeying him).” (Tirmidhi) • …

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Madison and the Commercialisation of Adultery

World wide distribution of Ashley Madison users and male to female ratio (red: more than 85% of the users are men in that city). Posted by: Abu Haneefa   Six days after hackers exposed the client database of Ashley Madison, John Gibson, a Pastor and father of two, committed suicide. …

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The first female martyr in Islam

Cii Radio | 02 Dhul Hijjah 1436/16 September 2015 Sumayyah bint Khubbat (radiallahu anha) was one of the first seven people to be enlightened by Islam and swear allegiance to Nabi Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). She is among the leading greatest women companions. The Quraish of Makkah could not harm …

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