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Six Tips to Handle Marital Discord

by Rabiya Dawood Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem Disputes and disagreements are only natural in a marriage when you’re living with the person of the opposite sex, the one with a personality considerably different from yours. Frequent squabbles – even over petty issues – make a marriage one roller coaster ride of …

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Filth of Social media and the Internet

Shaikh Zulfiqaar Ahmed Naqshbandi. In this era, filth on the media has become prevalent in society. It is so shameful that my heart does not desire to discuss this subject. Statistics analysts inform us that every four hours a shameless video is uploaded on to the internet. Amongst internet users, …

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Why do Men generally inherit more than women in Islam?

  By Maulana Khalid Dhorat Undoubtedly, our Beneficial Creator, Allah Ta’ala, is the most Just, and His roadmap to us – the Qur’an and Sunnah – is also perfect and f ull of justice and equality. Thus, outwardly it may seem that women are disadvantaged when it comes to inheritance, but …

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Is marital intimacy not to be enjoyed?

Question: Should i be appreciating and thankful to my husband every time he helps me knowing full well that it is his duty? It is my belief that intercourse is only there for reproduction, And its not there to be enjoyed.Nor should it happen too often bcos its a mans …

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12 Golden Advices On Anger And Being Argumentative

Cii Radio| Maulana Khalid Dhorat| 26 May 2016| 19 Sha’baan 1437 To control our emotions when being provoked or being incited is very difficult. It’s a time when one loses control of one’s senses and the “brakes” of one’s common sense, calmness and composure is suddenly let loose. At the …

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Disappointed Husbands & Happy ” Shaikhs “

By Maulana Khalid Dhorat Fatimah* has been happily married for 12 years now. She has three beautiful children and her home is full of harmony, peace and love. Yes, she has the occasional petty argument with her husband, but by and large, there is a great degree of love, respect and …

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Ten Steps to Winning his Heart

http://www.uswatulmuslimah.co.za/ ‘Amr bin Hujr Kindi had sent a proposal to ‘Auf bin Muhallam Shaibaanee asking for the hand of his daughter, Ummu Iyaas, in marriage. On receiving the proposal, the father of Ummu Iyaas, ‘Auf, decided to accept it.   When the night arrived for Ummu Iyaas to leave her …

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Islamic Position on IVF Surrogate Motherhood

Hanafi Fiqh > Daruliftaa.com What is the Islamic position on surrogate motherhood, which involves “a woman who becomes pregnant usually by artificial insemination or surgical implantation of a fertilized egg for the purpose of carrying the foetus to term for another woman”? i.e., sperm and eggs come from a legitimately married husband …

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A Spouse Closed to Growth

BY KAMAL SHAARAWY The Young Man and the Elder Stranger A 24-YEAR-OLD man lived in a small town where everyone knew everyone else. He had a reputation as someone who could not keep a job for long, who did just the necessary minimum to get by. He never hurt anyone or …

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