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Widow who brought up three visually impaired children named as Egypt’s ideal mother

A widow, who has brought up three visually impaired children and sent them all to university, has been chosen to be the nation’s ideal mother.
 
Egypt’s Solidarity Ministry, which has responsibility to provide social justice for all, including disabled people, made the selection of Sabah Hamza Hassanein, from the village of Meet Ghamr in Dakahlia, north east of the capital.
 
 

The gracious relationship of marriage

Source : IslamicKnowledge / 18 Sep 2014

All praise is due to Allaah, the Lord of the worlds. May Allaah raise the rank of Prophet Muhammad and all the Prophets before him and protect his nation from that which he fears for them.

 

NGOs "force" Nepali Muslims to use contraceptives and abortion

Source : Asia news / 01 Sep 2014 

Non-governmental organizations operating in Nepal "impose contraception, abortion and family planning on Muslim women from the poorest districts. If these do not agree, they lose access to humanitarian aid and the ability to send their children to schools for free. This is really a despicable method that goes against our faith and exploits our poverty" Hassan Miya, a Muslim leader from Banke district tells AsiaNews.

 

Status of Nikah Misyar

Source : Darul Iftaa / 23 Jun 2014

Question

What is a Nikah Misyar? Is this kind of marriage permitted according to Shari’a?

 

How to Inspire Our Children to Gain Knowledge

Source : Productive Muslim / 11 Jun 2014

Children are a product of our society and the most valuable asset of our future. We, as adults, greatly influence how a child feels and behaves. We have the power to motivate and inspire them. We need to create a positive image about learning about our deen. The only way to achieve this is by leading by example. As a parent, you will have very little impact on your child’s want to learn if you do not make the effort to do the same.

 

10 Things to Tell Your Children about Ramadan

Source : ZakatCalculator / 09  Jun 2014

Ramadan is the month of blessings; a month full of opportunities, benefits and blessings for Muslims around the world. It is also a great month to get the little ones introduced to. Teaching kids about Islam is the duty of every parent.  Just because children and some teenagers aren’t old enough to fast doesn’t mean they can’t know about Ramadan and the concept of fasting in Islam.

 

Guidelines for Successful Muslim family life

Source : Fiqh.org / 21 May 2014

What is a Family
Some of the definitions of “Family” offered by the Webster Dictionary are as following:

- A group of individuals living under one roof and usually under one head or household.

- The basic unit of society traditionally consisting of two parents raising their children.

 

Raising your Child to be a Muslim

Source : AlaHazrat / 01 May 2014 

It is true that the first learning center for a child is the mother’s lap. The mannerisms of the parents are reflected in the children.

The story of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (May Allah have mercy on him) is famous: When he was traveling with a caravan, a gang of dacoits raided the caravan. When they came to check Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (May Allah have mercy on him), an eighteen year old young man, the dacoits inquired if he had any valuables. He told them about the gold coins which had been stitched into his clothes by his mother. The dacoits asked him why he let them know of the hidden money, to which he replied that his mother had advised him to “never lie”. Upon this the dacoits become ashamed and repented to Allah.

 

Ethiopian Cabbage Dish

By Hasnaa Hassan / 13 Aug 2013

Our dish for today comes from Ethiopia. Ethiopian kitchen is famous with its tasty cuisines.

This dish can be a good choice for a vegetarian. As for people who love meat and poultry, they can add their favorite kind of meat to give it more nutrition value.

Beef or chicken hotdogs are a suitable ingredient to add rather than other kinds of meat.

 

Give the gift of literacy

Source : Molouk Y. Ba-Isa / 3 Aug 2013

Reading is fundamental to any child’s success in life. Many studies have shown that the single best way to help children learn to read is to read aloud to them. Regularly reading out loud to children will help them understand vocabulary, word formation and sentence structure.

Information from Reading is Fundamental (rif.org) noted that:

Twenty-six percent of young children who were read to three or four times in the last week by a family member recognized all letters of the alphabet.

 
 

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