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Concept of the Human Body in Islam

Islam emphasizes respect for the body as a gift from Allah; a Muslim does not assume absolute “ownership” of his or her body, but only cares for it as a precious gift while he/she lives, until it is returned to its Creator upon death. Muslims are required to take good ...

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Cleanliness and Hygiene in the Family Structure

Jabir, the son of Abdullah Ansari has been narrated as saying: The Prophet (P.B.U.H&H.P) saw a man with badly disheveled hair. He asked him: Did he not find anything to comb his hair with? He saw another person with filthy clothes. He shouted: Did he not find any water to ...

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Healthy Ramadan: Eat and Live Well

Fasting during the month of Ramadan can be good to your health if it’s done correctly. Benefits of fasting during Ramadan include: –    Fasting promotes weight loss –    Rests digestive system –    Resolves inflammatory diseases and allergies e.g. arthritis and skin conditions such as psoriasis –    Reduce blood glucose level ...

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Respect your Wife

A woman is proud of herself just the same as a man would be. She likes to be respected by others. She would get hurt if she were to be insulted or belittled. She feels good when respected and would hate those who try to degrade her. Dear Sir! your ...

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Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib

Ali ibn abi Talib, Amir al-Mu’menin (Peace be Upon him) Name: Ali Title: al-Murtada Agnomen: Abu ‘ l-Hasan Father’s name: Abu Talib ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib Mother’s name: Fatimah bint Asad Birth: In the Holy Ka’bah in Mecca on Friday, 13th Rajab 23 BH Death: Died at the age of 63, ...

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The Mother of Her Sons (Part 1)

Throughout Islamic history, only a handful of women have emerged as models of perfect womanhood in all legitimate social and religious domains. In addition to the four leading women of world – Ladies Maryam, Asiya, Khadija, and Fatima Zahra (peace be upon them all) – there are several women without ...

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Where is Mecca and what’s the Kabba and Hajj?

Where is Mecca and what’s the Kabba and Hajj?   Mecca is the capital city of Saudi Arabia’s Makkah province, in the historic Hijaz region. It has a population of 1,294,167 (2004 census). The city is located 73 kilometers (45 mi) inland from Jeddah, in the narrow sandy Valley of ...

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What are The Pillars of Islam?

What are The Pillars of Islam?   Islam is divided into two categories. Think of Islam as a tree. You have the roots of religion, without roots a tree cannot grow, and then the branches of Islam, without which there will be no beauty. We will start by explaining the ...

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