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posted by Muadh_Khan on 15th January 2018 - 0 comments

For those blogging, you can now get notified with browser notifications (used across the site for various alerts) so when there's comments or something that needs attention on the blog you'll know immediately without checking email. Future settings will allow you to turn different notifications on and off but for now this will hopefully be useful.

Basic guide:

Go to accounts page:

Under "Bro....
posted by Yasin on 25th December 2017 - 0 comments

It is in the nature of humankind to constantly slip and fall, to constantly err and sin. But it is the quality of the true Muslim that whenever he sins he makes Tawbah and tries to reform himself.

[color=#1e84cc]Consider a person whose occupation is working within a coal mine digging out coal through sweat and hard labour. At the end of every day, his body is blackened with soot from head to toe. Does he tell himself at the end of the day that I will be blackened again tom....
posted by ummi taalib on 23rd December 2017 - 1 comment
This a test post to test the new editor

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posted by Yasin on 22nd December 2017 - 1 comment
What to do with ‘Hearsay’?The other side of the storyA woman once brought a claim against another woman before Qadi Shurayh (rahimahullah). After some time, she began to cry bitterly. Those who were present were convinced that the woman was wronged. Qadi Shurayh replied: “Indeed even the brothers of Yusuf (‘alayhis salam) cried by their father.”i.e, Despite their sobbing, they were still guilty. (Kitabul Adhkiya, pg.63)MoralTherefore, no matter how convincing one side of the....
posted by abu mohammed on 14th November 2017 - 1 comment