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Education

Download the ‘Back to School’ Issue

Posted  January 29th, 2014  by  moeadra

  Click on the link below to download the latest issue of the Message Magazine… Back to School Issue                    The latest issue of the ‘Message Magazine’ is here again! ‘The Back to School Issue!’   Some of the topics covered in the current issue include: 21 teaching techniques […]

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Education

50+ Tips In Choosing A School For Your Child

Posted  January 29th, 2014  by  moeadra

  When choosing a school, the question most parents want answered is: will this school provide my child with a good foundation for the future and an environment in which to thrive and develop? Many parents feel the responsibility of choosing a school for their child weighs heavily on their shoulders. Australia has almost 10,000 […]

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General Dawah

The Fasting and the Furious – Download the Ramadan 2013 Issue

Posted  July 9th, 2013  by  moeadra

How many times have you: Fell behind in your Qur’aan reading schedule? Felt too tired or demotivated to go to Taraweeh? Became too drained to wake up for suhoor? Shortened your time in Qiyaam because you did pretty ok yesterday? Said to yourself: “I’ll take a break now so that I can be fully energized […]

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Seasonal

Getting the Specs on Ramadan

Posted  July 7th, 2013  by  moeadra

  Fasting Rules & Regulations Fasting Ramadan is the fourth pillar of Islam, which Allah made obligatory on Muslims in the second year of the Prophet’s migration (Hijrah) to Madinah: “O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may gain Taqwa (piety)” (2: […]

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Family

How to Involve Islam in Your Work Life and Family

Posted  July 7th, 2013  by  moeadra

  Involve Islam in Your Work Life Here are a few tips on how we can practically do so. Being busy at work all day sipping coffees and typing away on the computer doesn’t mean we should forget our Great Lord, Allah (glorified and exalted be He). There are many ways we can remember Allah (glorified and exalted be He) […]

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Prayer Times

Salat times for Sydney. Muslim Prayer Times Widget by Alhabib.


 
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Family

Some Advice for Muslim Husbands on Giving Your Wife a Break

Posted  August 1st, 2011  by  admin

A few months back, I wrote about a chili recipe I cooked during my week of “maternity leave.” I spent that time cooking, cleaning, and looking after my elder two children while my wife recovered and took care of our new daughter, Taymiyyah. Before her birth, I was pretty much a “hands-off” dad – diapers, […]

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Belief

The Healthy, Dead & Sick Heart

Posted  September 3rd, 2011  by  moeadra

Healthy, Dead & Sick Heart     Just as the heart may be described in terms of being alive or dead, it may also be regarded as belonging to one of the following three types:   The Healthy Heart    On the Day of Resurrection, only those who come to God with a healthy heart […]

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Seasonal

Losing Weight in Ramadan

Posted  August 19th, 2011  by  moeadra

  Losing weight in Ramadan   Ramadan is an excellent opportunity to shed some extra pounds. You are already resetting your metabolism by the protracted, long overnight fast, as well as the daily fasting. Your metabolism resets and your body begins to change the way it does things. Weight loss during the first few days […]

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Education

How does the Heart fast?

Posted  July 31st, 2011  by  admin

Source: Thirty Lessons for those who Fast By: Aa'id 'Abdullâh al-Qarnî   ‘And if anyone believes in Allah, (Allah) guides his heart (aright)’ (64:11). The guidance of the heart is the basis of all guidance, the law of all success, the origin of every deed and head of every action. The Prophet saws said: ‘Truly […]

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Education

Ways To Strengthen One’s Memory

Posted  August 1st, 2011  by  admin

It is human nature to be forgetful, as the Arab poet said: “He is only called man (insaan) because of his forgetfulness (nasiyaan), and it is only called the heart (al-qalb) because it changes so rapidly (yataqallib).” In the past they said that the first one to forget (awwal naasin) was the first man (awwal […]

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General Dawah

Lessons from a Medina Graveyard

Posted  September 11th, 2011  by  moeadra

Lessons from a Medina graveyard     If we work on making every prayer count as if it's our last and set aside time from our busy schedules, to unwind the thoughts and worries entangled in our minds, we may become better humans and will indeed have a greater chance of living with peace   […]

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