Nocturnal Life

By Mohamedarif Suleman (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)  As time goes by, societies seem to have been pushed to the brink by the ever-evolving technologies around us.  It is not uncommon to hear many people complain that a day of 2 hours is simply not…

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Strands of Life

By Mehreen Mushtak (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)  The most beautiful yet taken for granted gift we have is life. Life is made of so many strands that are strongly intertwined together which make everything perfect. The strands are our family, confidence, health, wealth, friends,…

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The Treaties on Rights

By Imam Ali Zaynul Abidin Excerpt from “Risalatul Huquq – Treaties on Rights” Introduction: Imam Zayn al-‘Abidin’s `Treatise on Rights’ is the only work attributed to him other than supplications or relatively short sayings and letters. In the Name of Allah, the All-merciful, the All-compassionate  Know…

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Pursuing Excellence, The Guide to Memorising The Holy Qur’an – Part 1

By S.L. Al Hakim Published on Books on Islam and Muslims | Al-Islam.org (https://www.al-islam.org) Beware: Satan’s Whispers A common argument is that there is no point in reading, let alone memorising, the Holy Qur’an if we do not understand it, and that the language…

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