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Wellness Guide

    Wellness guide is a firsthand collection of data from the research & analysis of several global studies of individuals & groups from reputable Nutrional & Health Sciences Organization. In this Synopsis covering Wellness, Nutrition & Nature, I have made an attempt to capture all the fundamental principles of …

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I’ll Cross the Bridge when I Get there!

http://uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ A few months back, the media carried the story of a ‘Muslim’ woman who was the new 100m women’s champion. The article also quoted her saying that she is working on improving on her times for future races. I’m pretty sure that every Muslimah who values the dignity and …

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Sweet Sixteen

  The bright neon needles of the German-engineered deafening clock shone on the dressing table of my unusually‘cold’ and eerie room. Half the night had passed without even a wink of sleep. Spending the entire day at the mall, where I ‘shopped till I dropped’ … I was exhausted, weakened and drained. So …

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How You Can Help Regulate Your Child’s Access to Smartphones & Social Media

Posted by: Nur Choudhury Thousands of testimonies which highlight the prevalence of sexual abuse experienced by young girls have been posted on a website. The shocking number of testimonies has triggered an Ofsted review, which aims at introducing more protective policies and improving the experiences of females in educational institutions. The …

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The progressive slide; Then & Now

Al-Miftah.com It’s a common fact; the further we progress in time from the era of Rasulullah (sallallahu’alaihi wasallam), the more we degenerate on a universal basis. The scary part is the speed with which we are currently deteriorating! Emphasis on the inner self Islam has always emphasised on the internal …

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Divulging sins: Don’t reveal what Allah SWT Chooses to conceal

  What is mujahara? Mujahara refers to a person who commits a sin and then makes it public. This is one of the most prevalent things available on Instagram,Facebook, Twitter, Tiktok and other social networks, teaches Ustad Ali Hammuda from rememberaday.net. Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said, as was narrated by …

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After Ramadan – Keeping the Connection: Part 2

  Why doesn’t a person feel this closeness to Allah SWT, why do we feel distant? It’s because we don’t take our Deen seriously. We take every other thing in our life seriously. For every other single thing, education, car, fabric, house, we want to have the best quality we can. …

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After Ramadan: Keeping the Connection – Part 1

  by Sheikh Kamaludeen Ahmed* Allah SWT gave us a beautiful gift and He announced in the Quraan that, “Indeed I am intimately near to you. I am very close to you” and “We are even closer to you than your own Jugular vein”. We are closer to you than …

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After Ramadaan-Avoiding Sins

by Shaykh Maulana Yunus Patel  (rahmatullah alayh) The Holy month of Ramadaan came like seasonal rain and passed by. This rain did not water the plants and crops -it showered upon the hearts of believers. It is sad, but true, that the hearts of the majority of Muslims are stricken …

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