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Islamic Education Posters
It is important to understand that humans are composed of outer physical bodies and inner spirit (Rouh). The outer shell (body) is composed of materials from this earth while the inner spirit (Rouh) is not from elements of this earth rather from the command of Allah (SWT).

Raising Children

Despite the temptation for parents to say yes to their children’s wishes, research shows there’s an insidious side to chasing after the newest thing others have.
Scholars, Speakers And the Culture of “Edu-Tainment” Blog Policy: This article is being shared from another site. The top hyperlink directs readers to the original source. It is being shared to stimulate discussion on the topic and Wifaqul Ulama neither...
Blog Policy: This article is being shared from another site. The top hyperlink directs readers to the original source. It is being shared to stimulate discussion on the topic and Wifaqul Ulama neither endorses the site nor necessarily agrees...
In this era of high-tech progression, accessing data and retrieving information has become far easier than before. Numerous inventions have taken place in the last few decades which have served positively for the comfort of people. Islām permits the utilisation of such inventions within the confines of Sharī’ah, and prohibits the usage of that which is detrimental to ones’ physicality and spirituality.
Parenting Can’t be Outsourced Mirza Yawar Baig Blog Policy: This article is being shared from another site. The top hyperlink directs readers to the original source. It is being shared to stimulate discussion on the topic and Wifaqul Ulama neither endorses...

Service to Others

“Preserving peace” to the khadim is about finding ways to reconcile between people and a discourse of justice, diplomacy and healing for those wronged or downtrodden. “Improving conditions” is to be a source of ease for others and helping them to meet their needs or overcoming predicaments and struggles – whatever they may be. “Holding people to account” is to offer well-reasoned and unassuming honest words. Truth, though necessary at times, can often be a bitter pill to swallow. But the khadim has a graceful manner (adab) and insight (hikmah) into the right time and place for things that makes truth a little easier to absorb.
Our Children; Bullied to Death Blog Policy: This article is being shared from another site. The top hyperlink directs readers to the original source. It is being shared to stimulate discussion on the topic and Wifaqul Ulama neither endorses the...

The Playboy Hijab

The Playboy Hijab Blog Policy: This article is being shared from another site. The top hyperlink directs readers to the original source. It is being shared to stimulate discussion on the topic and Wifaqul Ulama neither endorses the site nor...

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