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Did You Know?

Source : Islamicvoice.com / 20 Dec 2013

Recently, scientists from St. Andrews University were studying bottlenose dolphins off of the east coast of Scotland when they found that the mammals used signature high-pitched sounds and noises to attract the attention of other dolphins nearby. Using plenty of research as a backdrop, the scientists soon determined that the noises they were hearing were actually dolphins calling to one another by name.

 

Word Find puzzle

Source : Eat-halal.com / 18 Dec 2013

Find the words listed below in the Word Find puzzle. Words can be going up and down, sideways, across, or backwards.

When you’re done, put together the leftover letters to find the hidden message.

 

Look at ingredients

Source : Eat-halal.com / 13 Dec 2013

As you probably already know, most of the things we eat and drink are not grown naturally. Have you ever heard of chocolate bars growing on trees? Or perhaps a chicken laying cookies? How about a cow giving Coke? Of course not! All these food items are made by mixing together different things such as water, sugar, milk, flour, eggs, oil, fat, and so on. These many “things” are called ingredients.

 

True or false?

Source : Eat-halal.com / 6 Dec 2013

For each question, circle either T for true or F for false.

Ready? All right, here we go!

 

Grandpa Uthman and his grandson

Source : Mission Islam.com / 4 Dec 2013

As soon as Idrees got home from school, he ran to his grandfather to ask him about something that was on his mind.

"Grandpa,"he said, "I want to ask you something."

"What is it, Idrees?" asked Grandpa Uthman.

"Grandpa, on the bus, a lady was telling her friend how important patience is, and how true patience should be as it is described in the Qur'an. Can you tell me what that means, Grandpa?"

 

Eat only halal food

Source : Eat-halal.com / 29 Nov 2013

Halal and haram are two words mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. In the Qur’an, Allah has told us Muslims to eat halal food (food that is allowed and good for us). He also told us not to eat haram food (food that is not allowed and is bad for us). Since we are Muslims, we must obey Allah.

Some of the things that are halal or that we can eat and drink are fresh milk, fish, fruits,vegetables, nuts, and honey. We are also allowed to eat beef (cow meat), lamb/mutton, chicken, and many other animals, but they must first be prepared in a special way that Allah has told us.

 

Names of Allah

Source : Islamic Voice.com / 28 Nov 2013

Rahman is a special intensive form derived from Raham (mercy). In human beings, raham means ‘tenderness of the heart.’ Yet when attributed to Allah, it means granting blessings and warding off evil, through grace and beneficence.

For this reason, Rahman like the name Allah is not applied to any, but God. Allah’s mercy in this world is general, given to the believer and the unbeliever. He provides for them and gives them health and what they ask for. “We bestow Our mercy on whoever We will and shall never deny the righteous their reward.” (12:56)

 

Natural Healing in Islam

By Karima Burns / 08 Nov 2013

The Qur'an (2:233) says, "And the mothers should suckle their children for two whole years for him who desires to make complete the time of suckling; and their maintenance and their clothing must be borne by the father according to usage. No soul shall have imposed upon it a duty but to the extent of its capacity; neither shall a mother be made to suffer harm on account of her child, nor a father on account of his child. And a similar duty (devolves) on the (father's) heir, but if both desire weaning by mutual consent and counsel, there is no blame on them, and if you wish to engage a wet-nurse for your children, there is no blame on you so long as you pay what you promised for according to usage; and be careful of (your duty to) Allah and know that Allah sees what you do."

 

Tell Your Kids the Story of Hijrah

By Selma Cook / 05 Nov 2013

When Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) first started to tell people about the message of Islam, he was talking to people who knew him and his good and honest character.

We might think that knowing the piety of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would urge them to believe in the message and follow him (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) but the people were living in an environment of many evils. They were engulfed in idol worship, racism, tribal and family pride and many types of injustice.

 

Better to Give

Source : Islamcan.com / 02 Nov 2013

A young man, a student in one of the universities, was one day taking a walk with a Professor, who was commonly called the student's friend, from his kindness to those who waited on his instructions.

As they went along, they saw lying in the path a pair of old shoes, which they supposed to belong to a poor man who was employed in a field close by, and who had nearly finished his day's work.

 
 

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