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It’s All In The Hug, pt. 1

Kids aren’t mind readers, but they are capable of reading our body language. When we hear about the tragedies in the world, or about all the people and children in the war-torn countries found all around the world, the millions of children who are starving to death or being slaughtered, we each should be much,…

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Back to Basics by Sheikh Hussain Yee, pt. 2

While we all want to move forward and better our eeman, good deeds, knowledge, wealth and health, yet sometimes having more may not be better. Excess is not always good. For example, consuming more sugar or fat can actually compromise your health. Anything that we want to do extra, without anchoring it to the Deen,…

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Back to Basics by Sheikh Hussain Yee, pt. 1

We pray to Allah to make it easy for all of us to move forward, become stronger and wiser, and become a more positive Believer. Many challenges happened in our lives, and we expect more trials to come: fitnah and financial and political uncertainties. But we must take heart and be strong. In shaa Allah,…

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Women In The Muslim Communities Today pt. 2

Fitnah-phobia The main argument that is used to exaggerate gender segregation practices and stifle women’s social life by preventing them from coming to the masajid, attending Islamic lectures or getting educated even though this contradicts the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) is the excuse of widespread corruption (fitnah), or fitnah-phobia. Phobia means an irrational, unfounded…

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Women In The Muslim Communities Today pt. 1

Towards Reviving the Ideal All scholars of Islam have agreed on the concept of revivalism in Islam, based on the hadith: “Allah will raise at the turn of every century one who will revive His deen.” (Abu Dawud). Self-correction, self-reform and rejuvenation are essential characteristics of this divinely guided Ummah. But this process is never…

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The Friends We Choose To Keep pt. 2

The Peer Pressure That Never Ends It doesn’t matter if we are a high school student, university student, or working our way through the corporate world. Peer pressure is a never-ending presence that must be dealt with. Maybe it’s the feeling that you might fit in with your co-workers even better if just once in…

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The Friends We Choose To Keep pt. 1

Allah has blessed us with many wonderful friendships throughout our lives. Most have served as a comforting, healing balm that pull us through some of the more difficult times of our lives. Others create so much drama and turmoil that we can’t cut them loose fast enough! We have friendships that follow us from childhood…

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Lawatan Ke Teluk Batik, Perak, 8 – 10 Nov, 2016

Ma’ahad Tahfiz Baitul Rahmah (MTBR) berjaya menjalankan aktiviti lawatan tahunan mereka, kali ini ke Teluk Batik, Perak. Seramai 25 penuntut diiringi kakitangan MTBR mengambil bahagian di dalam lawatan ini, di mana aktivitinya termasuk mandi laut, bersukan, belajar cara-cara solat jama’/qasr dan tazkirah setiap malam.

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Lawatan Ke Kelantan, 6 – 10 Disember, 2016

Di antara masjid yang dilawati adalah Masjid Sultan Ismail Petra. Pihak Pengurusan Rumah Harapan Al-Khaadem telah menganjurkan program lawatan ke Kelantan dengan objektif untuk mengeratkan hubungan sesama pekerja dan memberikan penghargaan kepada Anak-anak yang melakukan persembahan semasa program “Al-Khaadem Biennial Dinner 2016”. Seramai 13 Anak-anak Rumah Harapan terlibat dalam program ini, diiringi oleh 10 kakitangan….

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Women Pushing Through The Men’s Crowd

From Manbuth bin Abi Sulaiman, from his mother [ranha], she was with ‘Aishah, the wife of the Prophet ﷺ, the Mother of the Believers [ranha], when she entered upon her to serve her. She said to her: “O Mother of the Believers! I did tawaf around the Kaaba seven times, and I touched the Corner…