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Muslim boys who attend Ordinary Public Schools (OPS) or Independent Schools (IS) were and are experiencing great difficulties of different and varying magnitudes whenever they grow a Sunnah Beard. Darul Ihsan Offices is constantly inundated with requests from desperate parents and even more anxious school-goers to approach Principals for leniency.

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SHABAAN – A NEGLECTED MONTH

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The month of Shabaan is a very important month in the Islamic calender. When asked about this month Nabi-e-Kareem (Salllallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said it is one which many people are neglectful of. Various narrations detail that apart from Ramadaan Nabi-e-Kareem (Salllallahu Alaihi Wasallam) loved to fast the most in the month of Shabaan as it is the month in which the deeds are presented to Allah SWT.

 

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Meraj - Ultimate belief in the unseen

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Belief in the Unseen represents a major and essential part of Islam. When we review the key principles of Islam such as belief in Allah, the Hereafter, Paradise and Hell, angels and jinn, past prophets and books... Read More

China ‘supports Palestinian cause’   

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Vice President Li Yuanchao the Palestinian people to restore their legitimate rights..Read More

Following four Mazhabs   

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Scientists have shown that the Islamic prayer (known as Salah) which Muslims perform five times a day can be good for your back if done properly with the correct knee and back angles.

Allah Ta'ala states in the Noble Quran: “Obey Allah and the Rasool and do not dispute with one another lest you falter and your strength departs from you.” (Surah Anfal V.46)

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