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Allah Ta’ala is All-Seeing:

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:08

The story that follows is meant to embed the consciousness of Allah Ta’ala in the heart of the child, and that Allah Ta’ala is watching all that we do. Before discussing the story, ask the children one by one to speak about Allah Ta’ala, and the qualities of Allah Ta’ala. Once they have all spoken, ask them what is the meaning of, “Allah Ta’ala is Al-Baseer!” Thereafter ask some of them questions, such as:

- Who can see you if you are sitting alone in the room with the door closed?

- Who can see you if you take something quietly from the cupboard?

- Who can see you if you hide under the bed?

- Who can see what you are thinking in your mind?

Then give them a coin each and ask them to hide it where no one can see it. Announce that the winner will receive a prize such as a chocolate, or some cash. The next day ask each one where they hid the coin. Now relate to them the following story. 

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Contact with the Boy before Marriage

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 10:55

Question:

Assalaamualaikum 

A guy I have known since I was in school has come home for proposal as we both are very fond of each other. My family has strongly opposed as unless we make nikkah we will not be able to meet or talk etc. We understand this as it is zina and against Islam and Sunnah. However if we do not get legal it would lead to us hiding and meeting behind their backs. We do plan on nikaah in about two years as by then we should be stable enough and ready for nikaah. We would just like to meet when he comes home to see me with the presence of my family and at functions. Please advise as they are keeping me away from him and it’s just leading me to want to make choices that are not Islamic or right. My family has played a big role in my life supporting us and now feel they should make all decisions for me. I respect them and love them as I know they would like only the best for me and him but according to the sunnah and quraan

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Depressed after an Illicit Relationship

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 11:02

Question:

Assalamu alaikum

I am a muslim girl brought up in a well religious muslim family. But I have committed sin. I am in love with a guy who doesn't care about me at all. Throughout the whole time that I've known him he has only hurt me by having affairs with other girls. I have known him for a few years in which we had lost contact and recently started to talk again since last year. I have had relations with him a few times and I got pregnant. When I told him he said he wants nothing to do with me or the baby and he left me. I cried and begged him to support me because I was scared but he didn't care at all. I wanted to keep the baby but then I had to think about my family also as I am only young. He didn't want to support me with the abortion so I told him I am keeping the baby and that he will have nothing to do with it once it is born.

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Woman Travelling Alone on an Aeroplane

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 11:00

Question:

Is it permissible for a woman to travel in such a condition where a mahram (of hers) leaves her at the airport and a mahram picks her up at the other airport?

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The Power of Intention

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Saturday, 08 September 2012 09:25

Once a man from the Bani Israeel passed by a sand dune at a time when people were suffering with hunger due to drought and famine. He thought to himself: “Had I possessed food equivalent to the granules of sand in this sand dune, I would have distributed every bit of it amongst these people to relieve them of their hunger.” Allah Ta’ala sent revelation to the Nabi of that time: “Inform that man that Allah Ta’ala has acknowledged and appreciated your noble intention and has hence recorded for you the reward of spending that amount of food in charity.” (Mirqaat-ul-Mafateeh, vol.1, pg.100)

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