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Duas and works for protection

  By: Moulana Haroon Abasoomer (Allah protect him) Source: In times of difficulty as well as ease, we are dependent on Allah Most High. When in prosperity, our Nabi (ﷺ) turned in appreciation to Allah. And when difficulty arose, he (ﷺ) always turned only to Allah. In light of the recent rise xenophobic attacks and anti-Muslim sentiment, hereunder are some du’as from the Quran and Hadith that will be effective in such situations and which will -insha Allah- curb the violence, as such violence can easily over-boil. Quranic Du’as: When Nabi Nuh (ﷺ) was overwhelmed by the opposition of his people he recited the following du’a: رَبِّ إِنِّيْ مَغْلُوبٌ فَانْتَصِرْ Rabbi inni...

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Modesty is the business of both genders

By: Qays Arthur Source: MuslimVillage Jarir bin ‘Abdullah (Allah be pleased with him) said: “I asked the Messenger of God (ﷺ) about the inadvertent glance and he instructed me to avert my gaze.” Commenting on this hadith, Imam Al-Nawawi (13th century C.E.) says in his explanation of Sahih Muslim: “The meaning of the ‘inadvertent glance’ is when a man’s gaze falls upon on an unrelated woman, by accident. He does not sin immediately though it becomes necessary for him to immediately avert his gaze. Once that is done sin does not occur. But if he continues looking he thereby sins given what this hadith indicates. This is so because the Prophet (ﷺ)...

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The secrets to appreciating your spouse

By: Shaykh Abdul Hamid Is`haq Saheb Source: Jamiatul Ulama Generally, husbands and wives take each other for granted; to the extent of being off-hand in speech, insensitive of the other’s feelings and ungrateful for whatever kindness the other does. Sadly, today, we are so proud that we cannot even say “JazakAllah khayran” to the wife (or to the husband) – when some kindness is shown. Whilst we choose not to recognise the favours of the spouse, we are very quick to identify the shortcomings and failings of the spouse. Often, our fights stem from pride and from both sides, there is unwillingness to acknowledge when in the wrong or seek forgiveness. Many couples behave like little children...

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