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Islam and Early Marriage

Early marriages are originally recommended for Muslims; it is healthy and helps for chastity. Delay of marriages is very helpful for the Shaytan. When a girl reaches the level of maturity (physically and psychologically), it is recommended to marry them off as soon as possible. One of the main aim of encouraging early marriage is… Continue reading Islam and Early Marriage

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Mind Your Business!

Your Choice ☑ In our daily lives, we come across people of different tribe and culture, different ethnicity, race and colour, people of different philosophy and ideology, people of different religious backgrounds and those that even have no religion. With all these differences, we try to get along because one way or the other, we… Continue reading Mind Your Business!

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Mocking the Prophet, How Should We React?

How should we Muslim react to mockery of our Prophet Muḥammad (SAW) or should we even react at all? Just like the cartoons few years ago, the Muslim response to the recent film has been very diverse.  From the very mild of responses to the very violent ones, what’s most noteworthy is the enormity of the response.  Despite the… Continue reading Mocking the Prophet, How Should We React?

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Remaining Steadfast After Ramadan

Sufyaan ibn `Abdillaah radhiallahu `anhu said: “O Messenger of Allah, tell me something about Islam, which I cannot ask anyone else besides you.” He said: “Say: ‘I believe in Allah’ and then be steadfast (upon that).” [Saheeh Muslim (38)] The hadith is proof that the servant is obligated, after having Iman in Allah, to persevere… Continue reading Remaining Steadfast After Ramadan

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New wave of well-off Pakistani women drawn to conservative Islam

Wealthy, educated women are increasingly embracing the trend for religious inquiry and observance All the women working in the information technology division of the Bank of Punjab’s headquarters in the western Pakistani city of Lahore wear headscarves tightly wound around their cheeks and chin, framing their faces as they tap at their keyboards. A year… Continue reading New wave of well-off Pakistani women drawn to conservative Islam

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Hijab: The Muslim Dress (For Females)

Ideal Hijaab By Mansura Abubakar “Hijab” is a word that indicates several conditions for the women’s Islamic dress. I will try to outline these conditions below: Clothing must cover the entire body, only the hands and face may remain visible (According to some Fiqh Schools). The material must not be so thin that one can… Continue reading Hijab: The Muslim Dress (For Females)

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What is the ruling regarding suicide in Islam

Question: What is the ruling regarding suicide in Islaam? Answer: Suicide is when a person kills himself intentionally by whatever means. This is haraam (forbidden) and regarded as amongst the major sins, and likewise included in the general statement of Allah (the Exalted): {And whoever kills a believer intentionally, his recompense is Hell to abide… Continue reading What is the ruling regarding suicide in Islam

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100 commandments in Islam

A collection by Dr. 1 – Worship of God Almighty, the creator of the universe with absolute knowledge and perfection. 2 – Believe in all of his prophets, angels, holy books, holy spirits, resurrection  and life after death. 3 – Pray to God five times a day and give up what does not matter you.… Continue reading 100 commandments in Islam

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Hijaab – My First Published Article (By Atiya Hasan)

Coming out of Saudi Arabia at the mere age of ten, I already held a great respect and appreciation for the hijaab. I suppose somewhere deep inside me I have always carried the love for the hijaab and the remarkable wisdom behind it.   But once I came to America, it seems that I subconsciously… Continue reading Hijaab – My First Published Article (By Atiya Hasan)

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