24 May 2019   18. Ramadan 1440
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It is imperative for a Muslim to purchase and consume food that is Halaal, pure and wholesome. Halaal consumption is a critical requirement for the protection of Imaan (faith) and spiritual progess. Islam deplores impermissible consumption to the extent that dining at a place where alcohol is served is detested.

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The year-end period generally sees companies and individuals providing a treat for their faithful employees and well-wishers for their good performance and support. Whilst this is a noble initiative, extravagant spending and wastage has become synonymous with such functions. Statistics related to food wastage are quite shocking especially when many people around us live without sustenance.

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Recently the world has witnessed the departure of a number of great scholars and Ulama.

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It is not uncommon for people to be addressed by nicknames. Some parents also designate nicknames to their children. Nicknames are mostly playful and harmless.

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The person who makes Salaam first, receives more reward. He is also free of pride. (Baihaqi)

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The environment we live in is filled with challenges and distractions. A Muslim is encouraged to be cautious and particular about the places he visits. A Muslim should not visit places or attend events were the possibility of vice or the implication of sin exist. These teachings are borne out of principles from the Quran and Sunnah.

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A common question regarding the 10th of Muharram is the aspect of spending on one’s family and inviting friends and relatives for a meal.

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Among the many bounties enjoyed by the Muslim Ummah is the great day of Jumuah. Hafiz Ibn Katheer (R) said, "It was named Jumu'ah because it is derived from the word Al-Jam' in Arabic which means to gather, as Muslims gather weekly in large numbers on this day. The day of Jumuah should not be viewed as “another working day”, but rather as a day of great virtue and blessing.

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For many centuries the practice of covering the head for males has been adhered to religiously by Muslims. Covering the head in Salah and out of Salah was the constant practice of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and the Sahabah t.

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There are approximately 14 places in the Noble Qur'an where it is Wājib (compulsory) for a person to perform a Sajdah when the respective verse is heard or recited. Generally, the Sajdah Tilawah verses are marked in the Qur'an.

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