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Al Jamiat Volume 7 No. 4

The Modernist In The Deen

Hazrat Jafar ibn Muhammad Rahmatullahi Alaihi has stated that there are four types of people :-  FIRSTLY –       That person who has knowledge of Deen and he is aware of it, so seek                                                                                                                               knowledge from him. SECONDLY –  That person who has knowledge of Deen but he is …

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Who ‘LIBERATED’ The Women – Islam Or TheWest?

Islam is forever being accused by it’s antagonists of oppressing and ill-treating women. However, the truth of the matter is that Islam liberated women 1400 years ago, while the west, until just 140 years, had treated its women like slaves and cattle. The Caroline Norton (1808-1877) case mentioned hereunder clearly …

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Our Mother Hazrath Ayesha Siddiqah Radiyallaahu Anha

The Prophet Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam is closer to the Believers than their own selves, and his wives are as their mothers. (Qur’aan: 33:6) The superiority of Ayesha over other women is like the superiority of Thareed (A type of a food dish containing meat, bread, etc) over all other foods.

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The Credit Crunch: What does it mean to you?

The buzzword in financial markets at the moment is “the credit crunch” and increasing talk of a global “financial crisis”. Indeed, there is a global financial crisis and many economies are indeed facing a credit crunch. In other words, there are many financial institutions that are struggling to remain liquid …

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Tafseer of Sura Feel

SURAH AL-FEEL (THE ELEPHANT) Surah: 105 THEME: THE QUDRAT (POWER AND MIGHT) OF ALLAH TA’ALA  In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful 1. Did you (O Muhammad Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) not see how your Rabb dealt with the companions of the elephant?  2. Did He not …

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Metabolic Syndrome

Also called Syndrome X or Insulin Resistance Syndrome The incidence of obesity is rising in the developed and the undeveloped world.  Together with this, the incidence of the Metabolic Syndrome is also rising.  The Metabolic Syndrome is a group of conditions, if found in the same person, leads to heart …

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Islamophobia

‘Islamophobia’ existed from the very time of Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam. The mushrikeen of Makkah left no stone unturned in their efforts to stop the spread of Islam. They would sit on the outskirts of Makkah intercepting travellers, poisoning the minds of the pilgrims to the holy land against Rasulullah …

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Examinations – Go for straight A’s

 Yes it’s that time of the year again when many are anxiously awaiting their results. Some may have spent many hours putting their shoulders to the wheel burning the midnight oil while others may have been satisfied with a last minute swot hoping that the sections they have covered would …

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Can my child become a saint?

Every parent desires the best for his child. In fact, it is only parents and perhaps some educators that would wish for their children and learners better than what they themselves enjoy. In modern times the best is reduced to the “Best comforts of the world.” The ‘best’ car, the …

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A Hadith about gratitude

Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiyallaahu Anhu narrates that he heard Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam relate that there were three men from the Banu Isra’eel. One of them was a leper, the other bald, and the third blind. Allah Ta’aala wanted to test them, so He sent an angel to them. The …

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