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Valentine’s -True Love or Commercial Gimmick?

  https://nypost.com/2011/02/09/heartbreak-divorce-filings-rise-40-percent-around-valentines-day-study/ https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/valentines-day-heartbreak-divorce-surges-around-day-of-romance-115714884.html https://www.forbes.com/2006/02/10/divorce-valentine-marriage-cx_kdt_0213divorce 14th February is popularly known as ‘Valentine’s Day‘. Adolescent girls and boys express their love for each other by exchanging flowers and gifts as a token of love on this day. Most of the times, these adolescents indulge in immoral acts under the pretext of ‘Valentine’s …

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Wudhu for a female in her menses

Nasihah (Advice): Make Wudhu regularly   Rasulullah sallahu alaihi wa sallam said, “My Ummah will be called on the Day of Resurrection with their limbs and faces shining from traces of Wudhu. So whoever amongst you can increase the area of his radiance should do so (i.e. by performing Wudhu regularly).” …

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The Perils of Casting Lustful Glances/ Not Protecting the Gaze

As previously discussed, lustful glances are poisonous arrows which lead to the total and complete ruin, destruction and death of the spiritual heart. A single glance, cast in a split second, leaves such an indelible impression that it is very often near impossible to thereafter resist the temptation and remain chaste. …

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Dispelling darkness from the Home

  Human beings, like all other living creatures, are affected – both positively and negatively – by their environment. When the heat is extreme, humans are at risk of suffering from heat stroke or dehydration. Conversely, if it is too cold, people may suffer from hypothermia.   Fortunately, Allah Ta‘ala …

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Happiness: Modernity’s Official Religion

UNTIL THE AMERICAN Declaration of Independence gave us the notion of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, people didn’t believe happiness was something that needed to be made into a specific right that they then had the ‘liberty’ to pursue. Instead, pursuing happiness is hard wired into our DNA. …

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65 Days Until Ramadan 2022 – 1443

  Although not especially distant, with fewer than 100 days until the arrival of Ramaḍān this year, there is still a significant amount of time before its appearance. As such, we must ask: is it already the topic of any conversation? If we are consistently reminded that from our many failings as …

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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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