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South Africa: The Halal Kingdom

by Peter Shaw Smith Source: HalalFocus.net  Posted by: MV Media   Although it holds the world’s smallest percentage of Muslims, there are grounds for asserting that South Africa has a highly advanced halal certification programme. The Rainbow Nation is considered one of the five largest producers of halal products worldwide. …

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Meet the SUPERFOODS

Fatima Haffejee – Cii Radio | 08 Rajab 1436/28 April 2015 As much as I’d like to think of myself as a ‘healthy’ eater, I know the reality of it couldn’t be further from the truth. For the most part, I tend to be conscious of what I put in. …

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The Forgotten Twig

I leave behind me two things, the Quraan and my teachings and if you follow these you will never go astray. [The Last will Of Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him].(al-mustadrak, hadeeth 318)   In this modern day and age we are constantly reminded and bombarded by commercials about our health …

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Etiquettes of Istinja-  Part 2

http://www.myislaam.com/fiqh/etiquettes-istinja-part-3-istinja/ Below are a list of etiquettes of doing instina, what is permissible and what is not.   REVEALING THE AWRAH When doing istinja it is important that we do not fully take off all our clothes. We should always attain modesty, for men and women we should be careful …

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Istinja – Part 1

 http://www.myislaam.com/fiqh/how-to-do-istinja   Istinja – Part 1 Istibra As Muslims it’s imperative that we stay pure at all times, Islam has given great emphasis on keeping clean and staying clean. Over the next couple of posts we will study and go over the method and the etiquettes of cleaning oneself after …

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Anti-Depressant Homemade Mixture from the Sunnah

Question   I heard from some one that talbeenah is very good for sick people. Can you please advise relevant benefit of it and how is it made   Answer In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Talbeenah or Talbeen[1] is a …

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Smiling and Saying Salaam

By: Bryam Amir-Ebrahimi “Assalamu `alaykum!!!!” I began, excited to speak with a new friend over the phone. “Wa `alaykum… [sigh]… assalam [apathetic sigh],” was the reply. Subhan’Allah (Glory to God), I thought. I’m so excited to speak with her, but she seems quite bored or exhausted. Did she have a …

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15 Incentives for Wudu

http://www.al-miftah.com/2014/09/25/15-incentives-for-wudu/ The wudu of a believer is indicative of the position that cleanliness holds in Islam. Being the key to Salah, a mu’min will perform wudu at least 5 times a day. Therefore, utmost care should be taken in perfecting it. By implementing the following sunnats and guidelines extracted from …

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The World Has Gone Crazy

Reehab Ramadan The world has gone crazy. No really, take a look around. Everything is in complete chaos, nothing seems to make sense. It seems that with every coming day things just keep getting worse and worse. Humanity is lost. People do not care about each other like they used …

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Eating Healthy The Prophetic Sunnah Way

“Allaah combines the entire at-tibb in half a verse…” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Allah the Most High said, “…And eat and drink and be not excessive (therein)…” (al-A’raaf 7:31) Ibn Katheer commented upon this verse: One of the Salaf said: Allah has combined the entirety of medicine (at-tibb) in half a verse, “And …

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