By Dr Abdulfattah Adeyemi The “chicken-or-egg” debate refers to the paradoxical situations that involve two factors, each of which in turn causes or leads to the other. If the egg…

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Arabic language: A necessity for all Muslims

By Abdulbasit Abdusalam The language of the Holy Quran, Arabic, is one of the assets of a better and purposeful Muslim. Speaking at the Haflah (Graduation ceremony) of THE EXQUISITE…

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Why can’t you forgive?

I always tell myself that when you live your life without anyone hurting, disappointing, disgracing or offending you, then it means you never did anything worthy. I want to tell…

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Social Comfortability

Your level of endurance of people’s characters defines your social comfortability. Until you’re comfortable with yourself , you won’t be comfortable with others. And this goes way down to proper…

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​Heart to Heart

It’s a feeling of love and compassion within yourself and genuinely for others for Allah’s sake. Love and compassion calls everywhere and can only exist as a strong bond from…

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Did you know that jihad is in the Bible?

It may be shocking to some readers, but the Bible has been translated into Arabic. In fact, if you open your Bible right now and peruse through all of the…

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Islamic solution: Tossing, turning and cannot sleep?

What a person who is tossing and turning and cannot sleep should say (insomnia) It was narrated that Zayd ibn Thaabit (among whom Allah has pleased) said: I complained to…

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Five things you should never do on another person’s phone

​ There are some situations where you find yourself using the phone of a friend, colleague or your significant other. For some people, this may be very uncomfortable, because they…

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Talk less, let’s just communicate!

By: Olansile Ajetunmobi Umar IN 1968, three scholars, Watzlawick, Beaven and Jackson said, “Man cannot but communicate.” This logical expression might look confusing to those who are not in communication…

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Supplication for body pains

When feeling pain (s) in the body, put your hand on the place where you feel pain and say: Bismillaah. ‘A’oothu billaahi wa qudratihi min sharri maa ‘ajidu wa ‘uhaathiru….

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