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Attending Functions with Intermingling and Other Sins

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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 09:21

Correspondence of  Hazrat Moulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar Saheb (rahimahullah)

Condition:

After taking bay‘ah (pledging allegiance) to Hazrat and attending the Friday majlis, I started observing the shar‘ee purdah. I am making much effort in abstaining from sins.

Answer:

All praise is due to Allah Ta‘ala. I am most pleased.

Condition:

Hazrat, I have one matter which I would like to ask about. Previously I used to attend weddings without observing any purdah. However, through your blessings, I now completely abstain from attending weddings because of the evils which are prevalent there.

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Sayyiduna ‘Umar bin Khattaab (radhiyallahu ‘anhu)

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Saturday, 20 April 2019 09:55

By Moulana Ahmad Paruk

Part 1:

Greatness / Virtues / Childhood / Accepting Islam

Duration: 00:29:28 – Format: MP3 – Size: 5.1 MB

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Going the Extra Mile

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Monday, 22 April 2019 10:10

(Wife of Moulana Qaasim Nanotwi [rahimahullah] - Part Five)

The respected wife of Moulana Qaasim Nanotwi (rahimahullah) was blessed with a heart of such compassion and love, that let alone serving her husband she even went the extra mile in serving her mother-in-law and seeing to her comfort.

Shortly before her mother-in-law passed away, she fell ill and would experience bouts of diarrhoea which were so severe that she would soil three or four sets of clothing daily. Together with rendering all the other services, the wife of Moulana Qaasim (rahimahullah) would happily wash the soiled clothing of her mother-in-law. However, Moulana Qaasim (rahimahullah) would also insist to personally wash his mother’s clothing and clean it. Hence, Moulana Qaasim (rahimahullah) and his wife came to the agreement that they would take turns to wash the clothing.

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The Stranger Danger​

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Thursday, 25 April 2019 10:00

In an age where kidnapping, child-trafficking, child-abuse, drug addiction, gangsterism and other societal scourges are on the rise, almost every parent will, at some point, stress and emphasize on their children the danger of strangers. Parents warn their children to never take a lift with a stranger, never speak or disclose personal information to a stranger and never accept a gift from a stranger. In short, they urge them to never stay close to strangers.

Such is the concern for safety that if any father hears a sound in the yard (let alone in the house itself), he will rush to the defence of his near and dear ones. He will press the panic button, grab his gun, switch on the flood lights and phone the neighbours.

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Stay Connected

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Thursday, 18 April 2019 10:18

WiFi… GPRS… 3G, 4G and 5G… Satellite… ADSL and fibre… In short, we live in a world of ever-increasing connectivity. No matter where they may be, or what time of the day or night it may be, people ensure that they always remain connected and online.

In an age where most business is conducted over the phone, it is easy to understand why some people fear losing their connectivity. For such people, the loss of connectivity could lead to a lucrative deal being lost and precious profit slipping through their fingers. Hence, even if they have the slightest expectation of someone phoning them with a deal, they will ensure that their phone batteries are fully charged and they are in an area with full reception. They know that so long as they are connected, they will continue to benefit from every opportunity that presents itself before them.

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