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Understanding The Story of Nabi Moosa AS

Part 1 The story of Nabie Moosa is the longest narrations of the prophets in the Holy Qur’an. If we were to apply human laws, Musa AS should not have existed. Set against its historical context, his story should have ended before it began. Yet, in the face of the …

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The Teenage Period

    Allāh Jalla Jalālahu says in Qur’ān Majeed: Undoubtedly, We have created man in the best form. (Compared to other creatures, man’s physique is certainly more beautiful and he also has intelligence which the others do not possess also power of choice.) Surāh- Teen verses 4.   Like the …

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Second Conquest of Constantinople & Emergence of Dajjaal?

  Question: If there will be no second conquest of Constantinople, what then is the meaning of those narrations that speak of the ’emergence of dajjal’ shortly after this conquest. This land was conquered in the year 857 A.H (1453), about 565 years ago, and to date there has been …

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The Intense Love of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) for his Ummah

  حدثنا أنس بن مالك، أن نبي الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: لكل نبي دعوة دعاها لأمته، وإني اختبأت دعوتي شفاعة لأمتي يوم القيامة (مسلم رقم 341) Anas (Radhiyallahu Anhu) reports that Rasulullah (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasallam) said, “Every Nabi was blessed by Allah Ta’ala with a special duaa which …

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Happy Marriage – 10 Top Habits

What does it take to stay Muslim, married and extremely happy today? As oxymoronic as that just sounded, believe it or not, it’s absolutely possible!   Marriage, especially for Muslims, is a lot more than having someone to call a husband or wife. The marital relationship is an incredible blessing …

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The Digital Pied Piper is here. He may already have abducted your child.

The Tech Industry’s Psychological War on Kids medium.com Richard Freed Child and adolescent psychologist, and the author of “Wired Child: Reclaiming Childhood in a Digital Age” “What none of these parents understand is that their children’s and teens’ destructive obsession with technology is the predictable consequence of a virtually unrecognized …

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Exorcising the racist within us

Nabeela Vadi – Cii Radio How often are the undertones of racism expressed in our opinions. We sometimes make subtle jokes or judgements that incriminate people of colour. We easily suspect a black man over a white man – does this ring a bell? Whilst many will deny that they are racist …

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