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#2116 [Permalink] Posted on 9th May 2014 19:01
Recipe pls?
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#2117 [Permalink] Posted on 9th May 2014 19:41
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Mom makes it, So I don't know the exact recipe.
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#2118 [Permalink] Posted on 9th May 2014 22:40
Some people use Deen for personal and worldly gain, they use it to influence and control people, and I think it's totally wrong whilsts the masses obliviously follow.

Sorry peeps just having a major rant.
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#2119 [Permalink] Posted on 10th May 2014 07:55
(salam)

Argue more, live less



Frequent arguments, compounded by social stresses, 'raise risk of middle-age death'



Dubai: If you can't seem to stop arguing with your partner, or those around you, then death won't be long a way off.

This was the conclusion of an extensive research done by a University of Copenhagen team that culled data from 9,875 men and women ages 36 and 52, from 2000 to explore the link between stress, social relations and premature death.

The study, published in Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that men and those who are out of work were most vulnerable to middle-age death.

"Men respond to stressors with increased levels of cortisol, which may increase their risk of adverse health outcomes," concluded the study, titled "Danish Longitudinal Study on Work, Unemployment and Health".
University of Copenhagen research team.

People who frequently argue with partners, friends or relatives are exposed to a higher risk of death in middle-age, it pointed out, citing peer-reviewed statistical evidence.

The study also suggested that there's an interplay between labour force participation and worries or demands and conflicts with partner.

This was the conclusion of an extensive research done by a University of Copenhagen team that culled data from 9,875 men and women ages 36 and 52, from 2000 to explore the link between stress, social relations and premature death.

The study, published in Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that men and those who are out of work were most vulnerable to middle-age death.

"Men respond to stressors with increased levels of cortisol, which may increase their risk of adverse health outcomes," concluded the study, titled "Danish Longitudinal Study on Work, Unemployment and Health".

People who frequently argue with partners, friends or relatives are exposed to a higher risk of death in middle-age, it pointed out, citing peer-reviewed statistical evidence.

The study also suggested that there's an interplay between labour force participation and worries or demands and conflicts with partner.


It explained that physiological reactions to stress -- high blood pressure and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease -- were most likely cause of increased mortality risk.

Moreover, it showed close links between stress caused by the demands from close family and higher risk of early death.

"Frequent worries or demands from partner or children were associated with 50-100% increased mortality risk," it said in its findings, which is published online.

"Frequent conflicts with any type of social relation were associated with 2-3 times increased mortality risk."

For example, being jobless seemed to compound the already negative impact of stressful relationships.

Statistically, those who were unemployed were at a significantly higher risk of death from any cause than those who had a job, researchers showed.

The men are particularly vulnerable: "Being male and experiencing frequent worries/demands from partner led to a higher risk (135 extra cases per 100 000 person-years)."

But there's a light at the end of the tunnel, said the researchers. A person's attitude towards stress factors and ability to deal with them -- as well as a good social support -- play a huge part in coping and, therefore, warding off middle-age death.

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#2120 [Permalink] Posted on 10th May 2014 08:09
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u know how to cook..?
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#2121 [Permalink] Posted on 10th May 2014 08:20
Clothes given to 5,500 Pakistani children


Emirates Red Crescent distributes aid to 5,500 needy people



Islamabad: The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) distributed clothes to 5,500 underprivileged children in Pakistan's Punjab province.

Hamad Abdullah Al Ali, Director of the ERC office in Islamabad, said that the distribution was organised in coordination with the UAE Embassy to secure the delivery of clothing through direct supervision.

Humaid Rashid Al Shamsi, acting deputy secretary-general of International Aid in the ERC, said that the distribution of the clothes is part of the third phase of the campaign launched by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to provide clothing for one million children around the world.

He highlighted that the ERC office in Islamabad continues to distribute thousands of items of clothing to underprivileged children in Pakistan, especially orphans and people with special needs.

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#2122 [Permalink] Posted on 10th May 2014 10:34
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Nope...
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#2123 [Permalink] Posted on 10th May 2014 12:32
If a young brother says he experiences feelings of tension, elders say "What?! You don't even have a job yet, nor are you married! What will be your situation then?"

O Believers! The tensions of this world come and go. The tensions of the Hereafter will have no ending. Don't be ashamed to suffer temporarily in this world to avoid an eternal suffering later on.

Reflect about the above deeply.
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#2124 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 04:35
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#2125 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 06:52
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Why are you reading these barelvi blogs??
And stop reading about such controversial matters. Believe me, it WILL distract you from the Deen.

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#2126 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 07:02
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Oh thats a brailvi blog - I really didn't know that. which is why I found strange things I guess.


Brother Arfatzafar posted from the same site in this thread so thats why I started reading from that site.
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#2127 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 07:38
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The same blog has articles which says that the akabirs of Deoband have kufr aqeedah (auzhubillah).
Stay away from that blog. Also erase whatever you read from that blog.
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#2128 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 07:52
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Okay. Jazakallahu khairan for the enlightenment.
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#2129 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 09:33
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#2130 [Permalink] Posted on 11th May 2014 10:11
Try this;
Allahumma Inni Asaluka Elman Naafian wa ama Lam Mutaqabbalan.
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