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Readymade Homemade Ice Cream

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 09:15

2 litre vanilla ice cream

1/2 box Romany Creams

1/4 to 1/2 tin caramel treat

1 packet choc nuts (100 g)

Peanut brittle

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Rules of a Muslim Home (#7) - ‘Ibaadah (Worship)

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 06:37

The inmates of a Muslim home should always be engaged in the ‘ibaadah of Allah Ta‘ala.  Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) has mentioned in a hadeeth: “Do not make your homes into graveyards, for verily Shaitaan runs away from that home wherein Surah Baqarah is recited.” (Tirmizi #2877)

In the explanation of this hadeeth, some commentators have mentioned that one’s home should not be void of the recitation of the Quraan Majeed. It is well known that Abu Bakr Siddeeq (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) had apportioned a section in his house wherein he would recite the Quraan Majeed aloud. Many of the Kuffaar took objection to this as their wives and children would be tempted to listen to the beautiful voice in which he used to recite the Quraan, thus drawing them towards Islam.

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Which Door am I Opening?

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Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 16:38

There are many homes where days pass without the name of Allah Ta‘ala being taken even once. There is no salaah performed in that home, no Quraan recited and no du‘aa made. Children are growing up in such a home and tomorrow their homes will be the same. This trend then continues from generation to generation.

As Muslim mothers we should sincerely ask ourselves:

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Turmeric: A spice for Health

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Last Updated on Saturday, 09 November 2013 15:01

Food, herbs and spices are increasingly analysed for hidden medicinal and nutritional benefits. This is an important development as such “medication” can be used cheaply, as part of a daily diet, without the inconvenience and expense of a doctor's appointment.

One such spice is the well-known turmeric or arad, a colourant to make yellow rice. It’s somewhat strong, bitter taste blends wonderfully with curries, but it’s not palatable in raw form, particularly if you need larger amounts for pain relief. There’s an easy alternate – simply buy empty capsules, fill them with turmeric powder and “make” your own supplements. It can be used very effectively for short-term relief from severe chronic or acute painful inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, without nasty side effects.

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In-laws or Out-Laws

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 November 2013 14:32

Unfortunately the issue of in-laws often becomes one of the major contributing factors that strain the relationship between husband and wife. This sometimes even leads to divorce. In most instances it is only petty issues which are blown out of proportion.

Hereunder are a few basic guidelines which would assist in maintaining a happy relationship with your in-laws:

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