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Sweet Sixteen

  The bright neon needles of the German-engineered deafening clock shone on the dressing table of my unusually‘cold’ and eerie room. Half the night had passed without even a wink of sleep. Spending the entire day at the mall, where I ‘shopped till I dropped’ … I was exhausted, weakened and drained. So …

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How You Can Help Regulate Your Child’s Access to Smartphones & Social Media

Posted by: Nur Choudhury Thousands of testimonies which highlight the prevalence of sexual abuse experienced by young girls have been posted on a website. The shocking number of testimonies has triggered an Ofsted review, which aims at introducing more protective policies and improving the experiences of females in educational institutions. The …

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Divulging sins: Don’t reveal what Allah SWT Chooses to conceal

  What is mujahara? Mujahara refers to a person who commits a sin and then makes it public. This is one of the most prevalent things available on Instagram,Facebook, Twitter, Tiktok and other social networks, teaches Ustad Ali Hammuda from rememberaday.net. Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said, as was narrated by …

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Ramadan: Time to Kick Porn Addiction Out of your System

This article  WILL help you KILL porn addiction or at least start on the road to recovery inshā’Allāh.   ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS   Physiology of porn addiction & why it’s so hard to quit Porn addicts: you are not losers & you CAN quit The Ramadan connection Simple changes towards a new …

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Help Your Kids Confront ‘The-P-Word’: Pornography,

“Hina?” The voice on the other end of the line was ragged; it was obvious the caller had been crying. I felt panic rise in my chest. “What’s wrong? What’s happened?” Pause. Deep breath. And then: “It came into my house last night.” And there it was. Without any need …

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Our Home Test Kit for Social Media Sickness

Posted by: Shaykh Ali Hammuda In the past, communication was primarily conducted through the mode of oral transmission. The alphabets would later be founded along with pictographical accounts engraved in stone tablets. To ensure the recording of information, bones were initially used, followed by leather parchments; scrolls were then used in …

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Depression – Audio Talk

DEPRESSION SANDTON 21-01-2022 Harms of depression. Types of depression. Permissible Grief and Mourning. 5 WRONG SOLUTIONS : Anti depressants. Negatives. Digital time. Materialism. Haraam. 3 GOOD SOLUTIONS : Bearable burdens. Difficulty = Two Reprieves. Dhikr and Salaah. Moulana Bilaal Cassim

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Holidays

The word ‘holiday’ comes from the Anglo Saxon halig daeg, or holy day. However, holidays to a great extent have become anything but holy. A Christian once observed that in their most auspicious month, December (holiday time), the most amount of crime and evil is committed. Contrary to this, in the most blessed month …

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