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His Last Word Was “My Girlfriend!!”

Two years ago, Sheikh Muhammad Al-Arifi had been to Canada and stayed there sometime. He met an Arab brother there, when he was a doctor who had post-graduate studies there. So, he asked him how his work was going on. He said he had seen strange things. When asked how, …

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Using Bad Language Among The Youth

There’s a disconcerting new trend among young Muslims: they are increasingly becoming compulsive users of bad language. A section of our youth feels that using wrong grammar or imitating aggressive ‘ghetto’ or ‘gangsta’ speech and talking in a tough manner with others makes them sound “cool”. Almost everyone has heard …

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How To Deal With The Fitnah (temptation) of Women

Allaah has created man in a world of trials and tests, and He has made Paradise the abode of His friends and beloved ones, who preferred His pleasure over their own and preferred obedience to Him over their physical comfort. And He has made Hell the abode of those among His slaves who disobey Him and preferred their own whims and desires to the pleasure of their Lord.

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Qatar’s Jailing of a Poet Censured

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has criticized the Qatari government for imprisoning a poet. Cecile Pouilly, a spokeswoman for the OHCHR, made the remarks at a press conference in Geneva on Tuesday. On November 29, 2012, a state court sentenced Mohammed al-Ajami, also …

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The Number “786” ??

Does 786 Represent Bismil Allah Arrahman Arraheem?? Some of us seek barakah (blessing) from it by writing this number on the top of our letters, documents, exams, and job applications. Some of us write it on something and hang it in the car to ‘protect’ us from accidents. Some of …

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The Number “7” Seven

Also considered as Lucky Number (by many people) I have just noticed, after a few research, that the number 7 is the most significant of all numbers. In Islam, 7 is used in many places, examples are many but here are some: -The number of verses in the first Surah …

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Some Common Mistakes in Islam

Translated from the book “Akhtwaunaa fil Ibaadaat wal Mu3aamalaat, By Dr. Mustafa Muraad – Al-Azhar University – “ There are things we talk or do everyday but we do not realize they go against our ‘Aqeedah. Some of them are: ——– 1. Saying “working is Ibaadah (al-‘amal ‘ibaadah)” – This is …

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The Earth in The Holy Qur’an

Worth reading Former U.S. astronaut, Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon, died at the age of 82. Some people said, when he was on the moon he heard some voices in a strange language and when he was back and went to Egypt, he heard …

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Hope of Great Change – Dr. Muhammad Mursi – New President of Egypt

CAIRO: Despite the hotness of Sunday afternoon, Egyptians remained at the famous Tahrir Square singing “Freedom & Justice” as Muhammad Muhammad Mursi Issa Al-‘Ayyaat, leader of the Islamic Brotherhood’s Justice and Freedom Party (JFP) in Egypt was declared the new president of Egypt on Sunday, 24th June 2012/4th Sha’ban 1433, following …

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Racism: A Worst Discrimination

Racism is one of the worst forms of discrimination in our world today, and should not condoned. Sadly, it is still very common and continues to be a problem. In Islam, racism is not allowed. Everyone is equal in the sight of Allah subhaanah wata’ala and the Quran signifies this. …

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