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World Aids day – Islamic Insight

islamicsystem.com • December 1st was World Aids Day, we have seen in the newspapers and on TV screens a lot of discussion about HIV & Aids• Let us look at this subject to understand its reality and look at the Islamic solution to the problem of HIV & Aids. • …

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World AIDS Day- Islamic Perspective

SAVE SEX RATHER SAFE SEX – PREVENTION IS BETTER THEN CURE Jamiatul Ulama’ SA —————– “And do not come near adultery, indeed it is immoral and a wicked path (to follow)” All Praise is due to Allah – And May His choicest salutations continue to descend on our Master Muhammad …

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The curse of “being busy”

by OMID SAFI Posted by: MV Media   I saw a dear friend a few days ago. I stopped by to ask her how she was doing, how her family was. She looked up, voice lowered, and just whimpered: “I’m so busy… I am so busy… have so much going on.” …

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KFC or kari kitchri ?

duzak.org     by Moulana Khalid Dhorat We were seated in a five-star restaurant surrounded with all types of delectable dishes. For starters, we had shish kebab, aloo paratha, paapad, and corn soup. Not sure with what dish to start with, someone piped up: “What dish is Sunnat to eat first?”The …

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Irritating Allergies

We are living in a world where we are constantly exposed to manmade chemicals which, besides being carcinogenic, often trigger allergies. The number of people who have accepted chronic sinusitis and post-nasal drip as a part of their life never cease to amaze me, because one simple, non-medical way of …

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E-cigarettes – the slow way to poison yourself?

  Olivia Rose-Innes It’s billed by the purveyors of the Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), as pure as a breath of water vapour from a mountain waterfall … You get your nicotine kick, plus the oral fixation – but without the tobacco and its 7 000-plus chemicals. Think e-cigarettes will …

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12 Ways Parents Can Protect Their Kids From Too Many Pills

Huffpost.com We are turning our kids into pill poppers. The rate of ADHD has tripled in just 20 years — it is now diagnosed in 11 percent of all children aged 4-17 and is medicated in 6 percent of them. And the percentages get really crazy for teenage boys — 20 percent are diagnosed …

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Addictions Anonymous P4: Alcohol and gambling – Sisters in Vice

Bint us Salaam | 02 September 2014/07 Dhul Qa’dah 1435 Users or addicts in most cases are not anonymous to the crowd they share their addictions with. They forget themselves and their surroundings to the extent that anonymity becomes unimportant. But addiction recovery associations have always been anonymous. In most …

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Addictions Anonymous: Drugs, what goes up eventually comes down

Cii News | 28 August 2014/02 Dhul Qa’dah 1435 Bennies, boo, beans, apples, doves, bubbles, bounce, meow – meow, Charlie, super K, Skag, ganja and spliff – they sound like the names of games that kids play. They’re actually the names of “games” that both kids and adults indulge in. …

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