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The Rules of Separation

  Nasihah (Advice): Divorce is disliked by Allah Ta’ala Abdullah ibn Umar Radiyallahu anhu reported that Rasulullah sallahu alaihi wa sallam said, “The most disliked of all permissible deeds to Allah is divorce.” (Sunan Abi Dawud) ______________________________   Question and Answer:   Q. Kindly advise rules of separation in Islam. Can …

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Soulmates & Despondency in getting Married

  Nasihah (Advice): All Righteous Supplications are Answered, Sooner or Later   Sayyiduna Abu Hurairah radhiyallah anhu reported the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,“No Muslim turns towards Allah Almighty in supplication but he will be given a response. He may receive it quickly or it may be stored for later.” (Musnad …

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Modern to Modest

Every one of us has our own challenges and obstacles which we face in our effort to reach Allah Ta‘ala. One of the most effective ways to gain inspiration to overcome these challenges is to consider other people who are just like us and faced the same challenges, yet overcame …

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True Love?

  In today’s world, a lot of young people are afflicted by a serious illness that is even more deadly than any virus or bacteria. It is an illness that affects the heart and will cause its death, if not treated. This illness is none other than love before marriage …

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The Poisoned Arrow

  Allah Ta‘ala has blessed every person with five basic senses; taste, smell, touch, hearing and sight. It is through these five faculties that each person perceives the world around him, responds to the stimuli he experiences and is able to interact with his environment. On hearing a pleasant sound, …

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Finding the perfect spouse

Question: I want to get married but I really hope I get the best person in the world. Please advise me how to find the right one? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Every young adult experiences a time in …

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Verify before You Amplify

  “To see is to believe.” This expression, often quoted, aims to explain that if a person beholds something with his own eyes, he will readily accept it and believe it. While this is certainly accurate, we should not forget that “hearing” is also believing.   This is glaringly evident …

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Marriage to a Drug Addict

There’s a young man, his parents find out about his drug addiction, they are totally traumatised. Instead of getting him help, they unfortunately feel the institution of marriage will rehabilitate him. The idea of “settling” him down, concealing his ugly habit and marrying him off to an unsuspecting, innocent young …

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The Law of contrast and the breakdown of Muslim Relationships  

https://www.central-mosque.com [30:21] And it is among His signs that He has created for you wives from among yourselves, so that you may find tranquillity in them, and He has created love and kindness between you. Surely in this there are signs for a people who reflect. Psychologists have long known …

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Strengthening the Marital Bond

  By: M.B. Ahmed The Bond of Marriage is the bond connecting the husband and the wife. This bond is made up of numerous threads, each thread representing a human virtue. These threads are woven together to form this bond that keeps the husband and the wife connected together throughout …

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