"and We have created you in pairs"
Al Qur'an 78:8
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37 Years :: Single Parent
Nigeria
Am a practice Muslim brother who desire to help people with in and outside my country.Thinking and working towards my hereafter...
40 Years :: Divorcee
United Kingdom
I am a practicing Muslim and love to help others. I believe there is always room for improvement. I think the best thing...
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33 Years :: Single Aged 26+
India
Blessed is the man who found a woman who loves Allah more than him, and Blessed is the woman who Waits for her and asks...
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29 Years :: Single Aged 26+
India
Assalamualaikum my name is Asiya I am persuing MBA (2nd year) ,I am from Hyderabad, India ,I am a good listener and I don't...
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A woman has committed a grievous sin, like adultery, what are the ways before her...
There are many things that need to be clarified in this issue. Firstly, there are 3 conditions for tawbah (repentance) to be accepted. 1. You should be ashamed and regret about the sin that you have committed. One should feel bad from the depth of his heart for stepping on the boundaries set by Allah. Your heart should prick you and make you grieve. This is sign of a good faith. If you do not feel ashamed of your sins...
Nowadays, it is becoming widespread in families and outside to label each other. Is it...
Understanding the Term Nifaq (Hypocrisy) in linguistic terminology In linguistic terminology Nifaq means a burrow inside which something can be hidden, or a burrow with two holes inside from which something can go and hide and then come out from the other side. Even the burrow of a rat is also called Nifaq. The underground road tunnels built in the Arabia roads with two outlets in different side are called Nafaqa, which is the root word of Nifaq. You can read...
I am house wife with four kids. My Husband is fond of his fellow female...
Alhamdulillah Wassalatu Wassalam Ala Rasulillah! If a Muslim is a Mo'min (a true Believer), then it is essential for him to observe the Islamic etiquette, and he should not be careless about it even minutely. It is one of the conditions of Imaan that a person should consider any evil as evil and goodness as good. There is a hadith narrated by Abu Umama and other Sahaba including Umar bin Al Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him), which goes like...
Friday Khutba
Umme Ammarah (Allah be pleased with her) a very prominent Sahabiyat, once asked the Prophet (peace be upon him), “Why is it so, Allah addresses only men in the Qur’an, though we have also believed in Him?” The women were worried why Allah was ignoring them and soon the following verse was revealed says Tirmidhi’s Sahih Hadith. Indeed, the Muslim men and Muslim women, the believing men and believing women, the obedient men and obedient women, the truthful men and...