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The Civilised Family System

The Civilised Family System By Sayyid Qutb If the family is the basis of the society, and the basis of the family is the division of labour between husband and wife, and the upbringing of children is the most important function of the family, then such a society is indeed …

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The Age of 40 in Islam

The Age of 40 in Islam “Verily Allah, with Him (Alone) is the knowledge of the Hour, He sends down the rain, and know that which is in the wombs. No person knows what he will earn tomorrow, and no person knows in what land he will die. Verily, Allah …

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Teaching the Child Islamic Rules Regarding Puberty

Teaching the Child Islamic Rules Regarding Puberty When the child reaches puberty, he becomes fully accountable for his deeds in front of Allah (SWT). It is first and foremost the responsibility of the parents to carry this message to the child. The parents of the adolescent boy should inform him …

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The Precious Moment: Teaching Children the Value of Time

The Precious Moment: Teaching Children the Value of Time By Sahar Kassaimah Reprinted from Islam-Online.net “Mom, I am bored!” “Mom, what can I do?” “Can I play outside?” “Can I visit a friend?” These are questions almost every mother hears from her children during summer vacation when children have a …

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Male Circumcision in Islam

Male Circumcision in Islam Male circumcision is among the rites of Islam and is part of the (in Arabic): fitrah, or the innate disposition and natural character and instinct of the human creation. As-Shawkani said in his book Nayl al-Awtar (1/184): “What the Prophet (s.A.w.) means by Fitrah is that …

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Kids Listen to our Every Deed

Kids Listen to our Every Deed   How many times have you told your kids to change their clothes/brush their teeth/do their homework/or anything else for that matter? There is really no right answer because there is really no limit to the number of times we have to ask our …

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