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The Battle of Yarmouk- Part 2

********************* Dec 635 – 9 Months Before The Battle of Yarmuk ******************** Two inches remained of a foot long candle that burned most of the night illuminating a map spread out across Heraclius desk. Alone and frustrated, he stared at the map dumbfounded! His generals marked those cities lost in …

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The Battle of Yarmouk -Part 1

  ****************** March 634 – 2 Years Before The Battle of Yarmouk ****************** Heraclius (one of the great leaders of the Byzantine Christian Romans) stood by the window with one hand on the wall gazing down at the city. He stared at the morning bustle in the streets of Constantinople …

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The Devil’s Trap

  https://ruhaniqalb.wordpress.com There is a global crisis: the level of inundation of western media is deepening all over the world. People have become addicted to video games. The CEO’s of the tech companies do not let their kids near these games. They don’t want them to be zombies, they don’t …

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Quranic Solution For Depression Part 1

DEPRESSION VS SADNESS   Let’s start by pointing out some basic differences between Depression and Sadness. In essence, sadness is part and parcel of human life and part of being “human”. It is a normal human emotion that more or less all human beings experience in different phases in their …

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Dajjaal part 4

According to the hadeeth of Umaamah al-Baahili (t), the Prophet (r) said of the Dajjaal: “Part of his fitnah will be that he will say to a Bedouin: ‘Do you think that if I resurrect your father and mother for you that you will testify that I am your lord?’ …

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What does Islam say about Music and Singing?

In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,   The worst-case scenario in the event of being inflicted with a disease is when the one involved refuses to believe that he has been inflicted with that disease. The way this phenomenon is accepted and recognised in diseases and illnesses …

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 My Mother’s Day!

  By Abdur Rahmaan Umar eislam.co.za “I love you, mom,” whispered Yusuf as he wrapped the soft pashmina shawl around his mother’s shoulders. The vibrant peach contrasted with the dark rings that had grown under her eyes lately, but their brightness had not faded. Her eyes lit up as she …

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Liposuction and our Perception of Beauty

Nasihah (Advice): Keeping physically fit Sayyiduna Abu Hurairah Radhiyallahu Anhu reports that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam said, “A strong believer is better and dearer to Allah than a weak one, but both are good. Keenly pursue what benefits you, seek help only from Allah, and do not give up.” (Bukhari) ________________________________________________ …

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