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NewsLetter Register
    • The Hunting of the Great Bear (Part 1)
    • There were four hunters who were brothers. No hunters were as good as they at following a trail. They never gave up once they began tracking their quarry. One day, when the cold nights return, an urgent ...
    • Impact of Nature on Human Body and Spirit
    • The advent of spring with all its delights is accompanied with wonderful changes in the nature. These changes affect the human body and spirit as well, in view of the role climatic factors and geographical features, such as ...
    • The Real Power Couples
    • What comes to your mind when you hear the word power couple? Most likely, it is a famous celebrity/athlete couple which regularly graces the covers of supermarket tabloids. It could be a ...
    • The True Identity of Women (Part 7)
    • There have been many discussions about the Islamic view of women and I have spoken in this regard on many occasions. I have repeatedly said that in the Holy Qur’an women have been mentioned as examples of ...
    • The True Identity of Women (Part 6)
    • In such a world the Holy Prophet (PBUH) raised a daughter who improved so much that the Messenger of God (PBUH) would kiss her hand. Kissing the hand of Fatima Zahra (S.A) must never be interpreted as a sign of the ...
    • The True Identity of Women (Part 5)
    • They used to force women to use their physical appeal and attraction in order to create a false character for themselves. This was decadence for women, not improvement or progress. Is it possible to commit a bigger crime against a woman than keeping ...
    • The True Identity of Women (Part 4)
    • There are certain kinds of oppression that have been imposed on women and they are recognized as oppression. There are also certain kinds of oppression that are not recognized as oppression, but they are genuine oppression - such as ...
    • The True Identity of Woman (Part 3)
    • Since the day Europeans introduced the new industries - in the early years of the 19th century when western capitalists established the big factories - and they felt the need for cheap labor, they started whispers of women’s freedom in order to ...
    • The True Identity of Woman (Part 2)
    • Of course, in the history of Europe there were women who could become queen. There were women who were among the nobility. But the issue of women is not limited to the situation of a certain woman or ...
    • Moral Education through Stories (Part 2)
    • Islamic history is full of incidents from which various morals can be derived. Right from the creation of Adam (peace be upon him), we have the story of Shaytan being disobedient and not even ...
    • Turnip Potage
    • Mix ground meat with grated onions, salt and black pepper. Shape into small balls, and fry in oil until color changes. Add five glasses of hot water and ...
    • Mr Sticky (Part 2)
    • On the side, Mum said. She was busy concentrating on the water. Don’t worry I was careful. Abby looked on all sides of the tank. There was no sign of the water snail. He’s probably in the gravel then, her mum said. Come on ...
    • Moral Education through Stories (Part 1)
    • Every person leaves a mark, good or bad, in the society he lives. We do not remember people by their names but by the imprints they leave on our memories. A politician is known for his political works, a reformer is known for ...
    • Fitness programs: 5 steps to getting started
    • Are you thinking about starting a fitness program? Good for you! Youre only five steps away from a healthier lifestyle.Starting a fitness program may be one of the best things you can do for your health. Physical activity can reduce your risk of ...
    • Five Brain-Drainers (Part 2)
    • Blood sugar problems can also be affected by excessive intake of stimulants. When blood sugar levels dips, one way to raise them is to eat more glucose; the other is to raise your levels of the ...
    • Five Brain-Drainers (Part 1)
    • Optimizing your brain function is not only about getting the right nutrients. It’s also important to minimize the nutrients that can pollute the brain and potentially damage and age it. Here are five anti-nutrients for the memory that you should avoid ...
    • Raising an Honourable Child
    • Children learn every good and bad behaviour from their first source of education known family. Nurturing the spirit of sacrifice in modern children is one of the most important aspects which may have many effects on their future life. Parents will ...
    • The Surprising Health Benefits of Melons
    • Melons, with their thick rim of flesh and seedy middle, are part of the gourd family that includes cucumber and squash. Melons may come in different shapes, sizes, and colors, like Watermelon (tarbooz), Cantaloupe (kharbooja), Honeydew Melon etc. but ...
    • What are the main health benefits of eating cheese?
    • Although milk, yogurt, and cheese offer significant amounts of calcium and other key nutrients, most people eat only half the recommended daily servings from this group. Getting the recommended three servings of dairy per day can help ...
    • The Health Benefits of Eating Raspberries
    • When it comes to raspberries’ health benefits, the list is quite extensive. These small fruits provide a wide range of vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients in a small package. Raspberries are considered to be ...
    • The Amazing Health Benefits of Rhubarb
    • Rhubarb appears to look like red celery but has large leaves and is actually considered to be a member of the fruit family. The stem of the rhubarb plant is usually cooked and used in desserts, such as pie, but it can be eaten raw as well. The roots ...
    • Radishes offer many health and nutritional benefits: part 1
    • Radish is a root vegetable with countless health benefits. It is known botanically and scientifically as Raphanus Sativus and oval, round or elongated in shape which can grow in the range of 1 inch to 2 feet long. This widely used root vegetable ...
    • Q is for Quince
    • Quince, belonging to the same family as apples and pears, is regarded as their distant relative. Quince is very much like pear in shape and gets a golden-yellowish outer-layer, when mature. The longer the fruit will stay on ...
    • The Mysterious Health Benefits of Corns
    • Corn is a body building food. Corn is a rich source of many essential nutrients and fiber. A meal rich in corn can go a long way in protecting against many diseases and ailments ...
    • Iron Burns …Slowly
    • Sometimes a big load of iron in a ship can get hot. The heat can even set other materials on fire. That’s because the iron is rusting, which means it is burning very, very slowly. Iron rusts in a chemical reaction called ...
    • Ice cube Glue
    • Over a plate, press the flat sides of two ice cubes together. Slowly count to 30, then let go of one ice cube. Why do they stick together? ...
    • Treatment of nail biting
    • The most common habits in children that require treatment can be significantly improved with behavioural interventions, without the use of medications. Sometimes however, in addition to ...
    • How to prevent and treat nail biting: Part 2
    • Similar to stereotypic movements, a habit is a learned behaviour that a person repeats so often that he or she begins to do it without even thinking about it. Certain habits can be helpful but ...
    • How to prevent and treat nail biting: Part 1
    • Nail biting is a very common habit that mostly affects kids but it can be present in adults and older people too. About it is manifested by biting ones fingernails or toenails during periods of nervousness, stress or boredom. It can be a sign ...
    • Treatment for Flatfeet in Children
    • Most flat feet cause no trouble and do not need treatment. An arch support can help a mild flat foot. An in-shoe orthotic can benefit any child with flat feet. This device never causes harm. Worn from ...
    • Flat Feet in Children
    • Many parents are worried that their child might have flat feet. This condition occurs when the foot doesnt have a normal arch. Feet that have a low arch or no arch at all are called flat feet, or fallen arches. Don’t worry if ...
    • Dolmeh Kadou :( Stuffed Squash)
    • when one mentions Dolmeh, most people immediately think of stuffed grape leaves. This is while Iranians use the word for any type of vegetable that is stuffed.
    • Leek, an Excellent Dietary Food
    • Leek (Allium Porrum) is a herbaceous plant belonging to the family of Alliaceae, the same botanical family to which onion and garlic also belong. Leek has been known and used for centuries for its medicinal properties, although ...
    • Mystery Fog
    • With the help from an adult, put hot tap water into a glass. Put ice water into another glass. Why does fog form on different parts of the two glasses? ...
    • Garlic Bread
    • Garlic bread is a tasty appetizer, and has become quite common as a snack as well. The good thing about it is that you can prepare it easily at home too; as a snack or a light meal.
    • How to Be Safe in Ice and Snow (Part 2)
    • Sometimes if youre out having fun, its easy to forget to pay attention to your body. But if your body temperature drops even 4 or 5 degrees while youre outside, it can make you feel crummy. Thats why you need to be ...
    • How Do Nutrition Needs Change with Age?
    • As a dietitian who primarily works with children, I receive a lot of questions about whether or not nutrition needs change or increase as a child gets older. The simple answer is yes; the more difficult answer is ...
    • Figs and Olives Based on the Holy Qur’an Context
    • A group of Japanese researchers embarked upon looking for a particular protein source among foodstuffs, which protein is produced in small amounts in human brain, decreases the cholesterol in blood, strengths the heart and is a ...
    • Mr Sticky (Part 1)
    • No one knew how Mr. Sticky got in the fish tank. “Hes very small, Mum said as she peered at the tiny water snail. Just a black dot. Hell grow, said Abby and ...
    • How to Be Safe in Ice and Snow (Part 1)
    • Your dream finally came true . . . it was announced on the radio and on TV . . . its a snow day! Schools closed for the whole day, and that means its time for one thing: going outside to have fun in the snow. Or maybe ...
    • Brain Exercises for Children
    • Most children will not mind if they are allowed to stay at home during the entire day, playing video games. However, this is not a healthy lifestyle and, therefore, every parent should prevent this. On the other hand, some children will be anxious to ...
    • What Colors Mean: Black
    • Black is the color of coal, ebony, and of outer space. It the darkest color, the result of the absence of or complete absorption of ...
    • What Colors Mean: White
    • Fresh milk and snow both are the color white. White contains all the wavelengths ofvisible light without ...
    • What Colors Mean: Yellow
    • Yellow is the color of gold, butter, or ripe lemons. In the spectrum of visible light, and in the traditional color wheel used by painters, yellow is ...