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    • Our Children and the Friends They Make
    • Unfortunately, many of us feel it is nearly impossible for our offspring to select the right kind of atmosphere in which they are able to freely and comfortably nurture their faith while living in the West. On the other hand, there are the parents who ...
    • Every Father Should Try Educating His Child
    • Among the factors which build up man's personality are the family environment and parental guidance. The latter factor is of crucial importance in child's life, especially in his ...
    • The Woman in the Eye of Islam
    • The woman is one of the two types of the human being species. Therefore, in order to get acquainted with Islam’s view of the woman, we must examine her with respect to the kind which she belongs to i.e. the human being, and then we move to examine her ...
    • The Woman in the Eyes of the Societies
    • There are a lot of ideas and theories which are wide spread among the people and which rank the woman in a level less than that of the man. Also, the people incline to believe that such ideas are demonstrated by the divine doctrine; as a result, ...
    • 10 Must Do’s To Your Child
    • This is the infographic of ten things that help you as parents to bring up good children. It’s very short, useful, and easy to read to help you in different parts of your child’s life.
    • Barbie as a Model? Part 2
    • Face of Barbie is too exaggerated to be real in one person even with the best surgeon on board so the girls and women who love the Barbie will stick in an eternally unreachable dream. Nudity, consuming and materialism are ...
    • Barbie as a Model? Part 1
    • Girls who develop close friendship with their Barbie, surely follow its way of clothing and thus they grow with the preferences of an American girl. The same girls play the role of mothers and wives in their society where they manage their society with ..
    • Models for Children
    • Providing model is key part of education and the most sensible period for that is the childhood. Childhood education includes ....
    • Barbie; a Long Story
    • Speaking of different ways and levels of effects the dolls and animation personalities and most importantly the Barbie dolls have on the personality and behavior of our children may seem ...
    • Protect Yourself and Your Family from the Fire of Hell
    • A verse in chapter Tahrim places an extremely heavy responsibility on the head of household. If all the people, especially those responsible for their wife and children, paid close attention to this verse, then a large portion of ....
    • Lady Zeinab: An Evident Exemplar
    • According to the view of Islam, the woman is given the high status she desires. In fact, one of the advantages of Islam, which has turned it into the best way of living for mankind, is ...
    • Top 10 Homework Tips
    • Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their homework — it shows kids that what they do is important. Of course, helping with homework shouldn’t mean spending hours hunched over a desk. Parents can be ...
    • Children; Big Blessing of God
    • Indeed in the messenger of Allah there is the best of examples So there is the best of example for us to learn from our Prophet’s (PBUH) mercy towards children in particular.The Prophet, PBUH, was known of ...
    • Overlooking Trivial Issues
    • Forgiving is one of the most important elements in a family life. At the same time overlooking trivial issue is also important for it consolidates the ties among family members. About the importance of ...
    • Forgiving consolidates the foundations of family
    • It is sometime natural for the family members to confront each other harshly. But it must be managed otherwise it will weaken the foundation of family. Such confrontations could be best managed by ...
    • Advantages of Marriage
    • Because of the great variety of merits of marriage, many texts confirm persistently on it by way of awakening the desires and warning against its negligence. Marriage is the only means by which ...
    • Merits of Marriage
    • Marriage is the holy legal tie between man and woman through which they share the same life and reciprocate definite rights and obligations. God has passed the law of matrimony so as to ...
    • Instilling Modesty in Children (Part 2)
    • There is a not-so-subtle campaign aimed at having young girls dress in short, revealing clothing. In fact, a trip to a department store will quickly remind us that modesty is not the number one priority when designing childrens clothes. However, ...
    • Instilling Modesty in Children (Part 1)
    • Our daughters should dress like proud followers of Lady Fatima! Childrens fashion is a billion dollar market with movie stars and other media figures endorsing the latest and hippest trends. Not only is there more emphasis on ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Abstain from Domestic Differences: part 2
    • “…When I was nine years old my parents separated because of acute differences. They left my sister, my brother and me in the care of our paternal grandfather. We used to cry there very often. While visiting ...
    • Abstain from Domestic Differences: part 1
    • For a child the home is like a nest. He feels very much attached to it. His heart is always tied to it. If the parents are on friendly terms his nest remains durable like a warm lap. The child in ...
    • Training-Through Deeds, Not Just Talk (Part 2)
    • The parents should give a thought to what sort of offspring the desire to give to the society. If they feel that their child should be a morally upright, kind, humane, freedom loving and responsible person then they ...
    • Training-Through Deeds, Not Just Talk (Part 1)
    • Most parents think that oral instructions and occasional talk about dos and don’ts is sufficient for good upbringing of children. They presume that the upbringing of the child is thus taken care of and they do not have to do anything about ...
    • Don’t cut it off!
    • When there are unreasonable fears in children, raising the issue suddenly, involving them in what they are afraid of and cautioning them are not favourable. The psychological capacity of children is not ...