21 October 2020   4. Rabi-ul-Awwal 1442

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Bringing happiness to a Muslim is a Sunnah and an act of great merit. There are many ways in which this can be achieved. Many people find themselves in distress and difficulty. By cheering someone up, it lightens their difficulty and gives hope.

Arguments, quarrels, fights, bullying, mocking and bad conduct have become common today among Muslims. Muslims seem to be fighting over just about everything, especially on social media. Disputes and arguments are detrimental and weaken the resolve of a believer.

Time is the most valuable capital of a man. There can be no price that can be attached to time. In Surah Al-Asr, Allah Ta'ala takes an oath on time, “By time! Verily man is in loss.” This verse implies that those who do not value time are in a state of loss and destruction.

Harbouring malice, ill feelings and bad thoughts about another Muslim is a major sin.

Modern devices, social media and the internet provide us with breaking news almost as it happens. Never before was it so easy to be in touch with the world. Sadly, the benefits of such advancement have been overshadowed by its misuse.

To harbour ill feelings and bad thoughts about others is a major sin. Due to its inner and subtle nature, this vice is often overlooked or taken lightly.

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21/10/2020

  • Mahr Fatimi: R21280.02
  • Minimum Mahr: R425.60
  • Zakaah Nisaab: R8512.01
  • Fidya: R20.00

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