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  • How to teach our kids Tawheed

    When we want to teach our kids Tawheed (i.e. Islamic monotheism) should we have to read classical texts and books in this regard? No, this is not needed in the early stages of their lives because this requires long hours of attentiveness and hard work, which is difficult for children. Later in life, one can do so when their level of comprehension.. More

  • He used to keep himself busy serving his family - II

    It is narrated on the authority of As-Siddeeqah (‘Aa’ishah), daughter of As-Siddeeq (Abu Bakr), may Allah be pleased with them, the wife of the best of creation, sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, that she said, describing his conduct in his house, “He used to keep himself busy serving his family.” [Al-Bukhari] “He, sallAllahu.. More

  • He used to keep himself busy serving his family - I

    Some wives complain, in their messages, that their husbands do not bother to do any chores related to the family, whether inside or outside the house, even if it is a routine or simple matter, and this, of course, makes them feel sad, hurt and frustrated. Dear Muslim husband and wife, To help with the housework is one of the emotional requirements.. More

  • The essential pillars of marital life

    Marital happiness is a dream that all husbands and wives have had since the beginning of time and many spouses are still trying to fulfill this dream through all possible means. Nevertheless, being away from the true teachings of Islam and sound prophetic guidance has led them to confusion between the different means: Western and Eastern. However, when.. More

  • Be a Logical and Motivating Parent

    Father: I told you to clean your room.‎ Child: But I don't know how to do that! Father: I said clean the room! Don't you understand? Does ‎this need any explanation? ‎You are old enough and you ‎can do this by yourself. If you clean your room, I will buy you ‎whatever you ‎like. ‎ Child: ‎Really, Dad? ‎ Father:.. More

  • 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 kids to do something. For most of us, this is a normal part of our daily lives. We ask, and ask, and ask, and.. More

  • How Children Receive Ramadan

    Laying down the book I looked up at Tessniem. "OK, so what are we going to do this Ramadan?" Her cheerful face lit up. "Paint the windows." Looking at my pretty white sheers I forced my head to nod. "OK, what else do we do during Ramadan?" Omar jumped off the couch… "Not eat, ah, I mean fast." "That's.. More

  • Kinship Rights-I

    In this article, we will discuss a great and noble duty that Allah The Almighty has made obligatory for spouses. Muslim homes cannot be reformed and love and affection cannot prevail in them unless this duty is perfectly fulfilled in a way that satisfies Allah. Allah The Almighty instructs His slaves to fear Him and to cherish kinship ties so as to.. More

  • Kinship Rights - II

    A scholar relates that the father-in-law of one of his students would come to him and say bad things about that student. He would accuse him of having done horrible, mischievous acts. The student did not know that his father-in-law would complain about him to his Shaykh. The father-in-law would tell the scholar that he admonishes the student very often.. More

  • Easy Tips to a Sound Upbringing

    Dear parent, how do you imagine the successful way of upbringing to be? In other words, what is your view of the proper way to discipline the behavior of your child? I think that discipline in your point of view is the way which obliges our children to submit to what we say without having the right to express any objection. Dear parent, I may agree.. More

  • Social Evils that are Destroying Muslim Communities - II

    Severing ties with kinfolk: The most important of kinfolk are one's parents, and yet we find many people dealing with them in an inappropriate manner or even severing ties with them altogether. As for those who do try to fulfil the needs of their parents, many of them do it begrudgingly, while expressing discontent or complaining that it is a burden.. More

  • The importance of reading to your child

    By reading to our children we not only teach them that learning is fun, we show them by our own example. Allah Almighty Says (what means): “…Allah will raise those who have believed among you and those who were given knowledge, by degrees…”[Quran 58: 11] While it is true that the knowledge that is referenced to in the.. More

  • A Day in the Life of a Muslim Woman - II

    Afternoon Preparing a healthy lunch. Performing Thuhr prayer (4 Rak'ah of Sunnah, 4 Rak'ah Fard, and 2 Rak'ah Sunnah) Regarding the Sunnah prayer, `Aa`ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said: "When the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, used to be in my house, he would offer four Sunnah Rak’ahs before Thuhr, then he would go and.. More

  • A Day in the Life of a Muslim Woman - I

    Normal and everyday activities become acts of worship if they are done for the sake of pleasing Allah. The regular and consistent deeds are the best among these deeds. `Aa`ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said that Allah’s Messenger, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: "The deeds most loved by Allah are those done regularly, even if.. More

  • Methods of Westernizing women and its effects - III

    … Continued Third: Problems that have afflicted men in general, and husbands and relatives, along with the rest of the society 1. The effect on husbands The corruption of the wife may cause the husband to commit sins, follow the devil and keep away from the right path. Also, her non-adherence to the Hijab and uncovering of her beauty in the.. More