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Responsibilities Of Raising Children

Responsibilities Of Raising Children (Caravan Hajj and Umrah Services, Edison, New Jersey, USA)

A good wife builds a successful marriage by helping to raise the children according to good principles of Islamic education. The choice of a bad wife or failure to achieve Islamic marriage will cause severe problems and eventually will destroy the whole family.

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The Word “Allah”

The Word "Allah" (Caravan Hajj and Umrah Services, New Jersey, USA)

The origin of the word is elah, and all what is worshipped is so called, but only the truly worshipped God is named Allah. Is the word Allah a defective noun or a derivative noun? There are three viewpoints:

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The Sun and the Moon

The Sun and the Moon (Caravan Hajj & Umrah Services, Edison, NJ, USA)

The day and the night are from the very clear signs and proofs of Allaah, both in themselves and how they interchange. Also in the benefits which Allaah has placed in them for the servants, and in their changing states. Likewise with regard to the sun and the moon which are signs both in themselves, and in the courses which they proceed upon.

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17 Unbelievable Facts about the Human Eyes

17 Unbelievable Facts About the Human Eye

The human eye is one of the most complex organs we have in our body and enables the most important sense in our nature: vision. It provides food for our memory, a sharp definition of the world around us, and astounding capabilities that are beyond unbelievable. If you're curious to know more about the human eye (and you certainly should be), here are 17 facts that will boggle your mind. Read More

The Religious and Medical Significance of Dates‏

The Religious and Medical Significance of Dates
Dates are an ancient food. Some archeological evidence even suggests they were around as far back as 7000 BC. Dates are one of the most nourishing fruits and it's called sometimes "Bread of Desert", More than two third of dates' weight is natural sugar. This fruit was highly esteemed by the ancient civilizations more than 5000 years ago; ancient Egyptians considered dates as a symbol of fertility, while the Romans and the Greeks used it to ornament their stately triumph pageants. Today, dates are widely-grown in the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Egypt, Iraq, Spain, Indian sub-continent, Italy and the United States. There are more than 600 varieties of dates.

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Two Disputing Men

Two Disputing Men

It has been narrated that Anas Ibn Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, said: “While the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) was sitting we sa him smiling until his front teeth became visible. Umar said to him, ‘Why have you smiled, O Messenger of Allah (PBUH)? I ransom you with my father and my mother!’ He (PBUH) said: Read More

Kindness to the Weak

Kindness to the Weak

The Prophet (PBUH) clarified that people receive provisions and victory by virtue of being kind to the weak among their ranks. Mus’ab Ibn Sa’d (RA) said that Sa’d (RA) felt that he had more virtue than other companions of the Prophet (PBUH). So the Prophet said:

“You only get provisions and victory by virtue of having the weak among your ranks.” (Bukhari)

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Letting Go of Ego

Letting Go of Ego

In college, I started thinking about the meaning of life. I had a hard time accepting any religion because of all the wars and problems relating to them. I made up my own philosophy. I was convinced that some form of power created everything but I couldn’t say that it was God. God for me was the Christian image of an old man with a long white beard and I knew that an old man could not have created the universe! Read More

The Status of Jesus in Islam

The Status of Jesus in Islam

So all of these events that occurred, such as the angel Gabriel breathing into (the sleeve of) Jesus’ mother, then her conceiving him and giving birth to him, the pains and hardships his mother faced because of that, her being absolved from these hardships by Allah causing her child to speak from the cradle, Read More

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