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15 Ways to Kick Bad Habits in Ramadan

islaaminfo.com Few things are more demanding than eliminating bad habits, since they are part of our daily routines and personality. It takes days of patience and practice to break old habits. However, the good news is, Ramadan offers a perfect and natural environment for moral training. Interestingly, researches from “positive …

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Why Forgive Others This Ramadan?

You know you’re right. You know what I’m referring to – those times when you get into an argument(s) with a family member, friend, boss, employee, coworker, classmate, teacher or whoever. You know your facts are right or that you’ve been wronged with an insulting remark, sarcastic comment or rudeness. …

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Laylatul Qadr-The Night of Power!

By Abu Muhammad Yusuf eislam.co.za   Allah Ta’ala in His infinite Mercy has favoured us in so many ways. Such blessings that we cannot possibly enumerate nor show sufficient gratitude to the Almighty. Amongst the many blessings include a very special GIFT.Laylatul Qadr- The Night of Power.   It is …

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Laylatul Qadr – Night of Power

by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh) Allah Ta’ala’s love for His Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa-Sallam) is clearly evident and manifest in many Ayaat (verses) of the Qur`aan Shareef. Additionally, whilst other Ambiyaa (Alayhimus Salaam) were gifted with exclusive titles, it was Rasulullah (Sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa-Sallam) alone, whose …

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Ramadan, Resistance & the Brave New World

  http://thehumblei.com/category/ramadan-fasting/ ‘There’s only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self,’ said Aldous Huxley, the English novelist best known for his dystopian novel, Brave New World. In his exploration of the dilemmas confronting modern man – the rise of capitalism, the …

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Who Can Miss Being Forgiven in Ramadan?

As Ramadan draws to an end, Let us not miss this last opportunity to be forgiven. THE goal of every Muslim is to be saved from Hell, because then he or she will automatically enter Paradise. It is either Paradise or Hellfire – there is no other alternative. And everyone …

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CAN YOU GUARANTEE YOUR NEXT RAMADHAN?

BY BINTUS SABEEL . We praise Allah for having blessed us with Ramadhan, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, the Truthful one, the one who informed us that in Ramadhan: “…the gates of heaven are open, the gates of the Hellfire are closed and the evil devils are chained…” May …

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8 Steps to Recite the Entire Qur’an This Ramadan

By Haafidha Omar It has been said that everything has a beloved & that the month of Ramadan has a beloved, too: The Glorious Qur’an. For the duration of this month, Muslims worldwide honour Ramadan’s beloved and aspire to complete the recitation of the Qur’an. In this article you’ll learn …

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The World of Kibr (Pride) part 1

  Kibr is the name of a psychic state in which a person feels a sense of superiority and behaves high-handedly with others. Its signs are discernible in his actions and its symptoms are clearly noticed by others by which they know that he is proud.Kibr is something different from …

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