Manners and Etiquette

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The stigmatization and bad eyes Muslims get from the media just from having a hijab wrapped around their heads or the males having their trousers slightly up is no longer a news. The condemnation...
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“And remember with gratitude Allah's favour on you ...." (Q3:103). “A WAY OF THANKS” The poor and needy people of Madinah normally go to Rasulullah (PBUH) and his family for help. The Prophet (PBUH)...
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"Invite (all) to the way of your Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious; ....” (Q16:125). ‘THE THREE BROTHERS' Muawwadh, Mu'adh and...
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Conflict refers to all kinds of disputes or differences in thinking or action between individuals or between groups of individuals; at work, within associations or even at home. No group of people is...
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The coming of the internet has brought about a great deal of ease in the way we live our lives nowadays. Now, it is very easy for you to send electronic letters (called e-mails) to your loved ones...
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It is very common to hear people say things like "Let’s go and play to while away time". Or "We chatted for hours while waiting for the cook to finish preparing the dinner”. This is especially common...
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As Muslims, part of that which is established in our deen is honour and respect for our pious scholars (may Allaah have mercy on them) and the avoidance of speaking evil of them. This is what Allaah...
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Last editions we mentioned that there are three times that are discouraged in the Sharia of Islam that a muslim should visit his brother; before fajr, the time for the noonday rest, and after ‘Isha...
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