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Stress Free Pregnancy

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 10:26 Sunday, 13 May 2012 08:39

The moment a woman’s pregnancy is confirmed, she should express her gratitude to Allah Ta’ala, as this is indeed a great bounty of Allah Ta’ala. She should cast aside sorrows and she should try and stay happy at all times. The expectant mother should protect herself from daily disputes with the mother-in-law and sister-in-law or other members of the family. Her relationship with her husband should be one of obedience.

 She should maintain friendly and trouble free relationships with all. If she hurts someone, she should immediately apologize and forget about the dispute. She cannot afford to hold back a grudge or an ill feeling, as the evil effect of this will fall on the child she is carrying. As a true expression of gratitude to Allah Ta’ala, she should  stay away from all sin, such as the sin of not covering  herself with a veil, watching television, neglecting her salaah, living to show others, etc. Her entire life must become one of obedience and gratitude to Allah Ta’ala.

   

A Mountain of Courage-Hira

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 10:58 Wednesday, 02 May 2012 12:31

Below is the transcript of a true story of a girl called Hira. Born a Hindu, she accepted Islam at a very young age, but was persecuted mercilessly by her family for this. The story is narrated by her uncle.    

Hira’s uncle relates: If I was to say that since the world has been created, the world has not seen a more sinister tyrant, a more vicious predatory animal, yet at the same time an extremely fortunate individual, then this will be an accurate description of myself. 

I was born 42 to 43 years ago into a Hindu household. My family were known for their criminal behaviour. My father and uncle were amongst the leaders of a criminal group. Theft, violence etc. was in the family blood. In 1987, during the Mayroth riots, I was with my father to assist our tribe in the riots, Together we killed 25 Muslims with our own hands. 

After this I joined Bazrandil, an extremist group after becoming influenced by the hatred and enmity towards the Muslims. Infact, I killed many Muslims during the riots that broke out in 1990 at the time of the demolition of the Babri Masjid. Furthermore, I killed many more Muslims in Udhyanwe in 1992. 

A true famous Muslim used to reside in ljrara. In my eyes however, he was a criminal as he was a Muslim. All Non-Muslims in the area were petrified of him. With the help of my friend I shot him dead as well.

Enmity towards the Muslims caused me to carry out such a tyrannous and violent act that I believe has not been seen, heard of and thought of under the sky and on top of the earth.

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Frustrated with my Kidz

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 May 2012 12:58 Thursday, 10 May 2012 12:39

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Assalamo aleikum! I have 3 kidz all boys alhamdolillah. I love them very much but I can’t give them proper live attention and care I don’t know what to do? I love my kidz more than everything or anything but can’t show or express that love! When they far from me I cry I miss them but when they near me or with me I only make gussa on them and shout to them then I feel very bad after treating them like this! They very stubborn and they don’t listen to me that’s make me more angry and then I lose control over myself! What should I do maulana to be a good mother loving and caring mother and to give my kidz a good education and good manners?

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Kissing one's male cousins

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 May 2012 09:33 Thursday, 10 May 2012 11:30

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May I please have advice (sin, punishment etc) that I can pass on to those females that kiss their male cousins upon greeting and advice to the male cousins that allow their cousins to kiss them. May I also have advice that I may pass on to females that kiss their brother in laws. May Allah reward you in abundance in both worlds, Ameen.

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When last did i thank my........

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 May 2012 14:37 Tuesday, 08 May 2012 10:23

In many cases married life has boiled down to moaning, groaning demanding and complaining. Let every wife ask this question to herself: “When last did I sincerely say a heartfelt “Jazakallah” to my husband? If one cannot recall when last one did this, the question is: “Why can’t you remember? Should this not have been a regular aspect?”

Unfortunately we have forgotten the lesson of gratitude to a very great extent. If he says or does just one thing against our temperament or desire, often our immediate response is: “You have never done anything for me”. Yet the husband may have done so much for us.

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