Young Daughter Buried Alive – True Story

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Before the time when the Prophet Muhammad (SalAllahu alayhi wasalam) began to disseminate Allah’s Word, there were many Arabs who preferred their sons to their daughters.

Sons were strong they could work hard they could bring great benefits to their parents and their family. But daughters being girls were weak or so the Arabs thought. Not only that, girls were a nuisance and were a burden and an expense on a family. Continue reading


Buhul and the Greedy Theif

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Whenever Buhul happened to have money in excess of his expenses, he used to save it by concealing it in one corner of a ruined and broken down house; this continued till the amount eventually reached a figure of three hundred dirhams.

The next occasion when he had saved another ten dirhams and had gone to the place to add it to his concealed savings, a trader who lived in the neighbourhood, found out about the hideout. As soon as Buhul had left the hiding place, the neighbour dug up the money that was concealed beneath the ground. Continue reading

Short and Ugly Son

Sa’di narrates: “A king had several sons, one of them being short, thin and ugly, while the others were tall and good-looking.
The king would look at the short son with scorn and contempt, thereby causing him humiliation. The son, being intelligent, realized why his father looked down upon him and so said to him: “O’ Father! A short but wise person is better than a tall but ignorant one. He who is taller is not necessarily better and superior; a sheep is clean but an elephant, like a carcass, always possess a foul smell.”

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Islamic Councils in Australia

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Muslims are in large amount of Australia so there are Islamic Councils in all major regions of Australia with having additional sub offices in cities and rural areas. The vision behind these councils is to build a better community for all Australians through the empowerment of Muslims in Australian regions.

Muslims Australia also known as Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC)  is Australia’s most important Islamic organisation. The mission of AFIC is to provide service to the community in a manner that is in accordance with the teachings of Islam and within the framework of Australian law, and to advocate for the Muslim community on matters that will affect the community’s relevance, settlement and integration within Australian society. Continue reading

“Muslim” Always On Duty

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When an European Airline was initially launched, an educated Muslim gentleman was Travelling in the first class section. An air hostess approached him with a complimentary drink, this was an alcoholic drink so that man politely refused.
The air hostess returned after a few minutes but this time bought the drink on a platter, designed to appeal and impress the man, however Muslim man again politely refused, explaining he doesn’t drink alcohol or any alcoholic drinks. Continue reading

Halal Products and Grocery Information

The List of multiple Halal products that are easily available in Australian super markets near you is given below.

You can install Mobile Applications regarding Halal stuff into your mobile for example Halal E-Codes or iEat Halal for checking emulsifiers numbers and their descriptions.

Nestle’s – Halal Certified Products ::
Nestle – Halal Products List – April 2014
Accreditation Organisation: Australian Federation of Islamic Councils Inc.

Nestle- Vegetarian List – February 2013

Noodles ::

Indomie Instant Noodles (All flavours)
Accreditation Organisation: Majelis Ulama Indonesia
Halal Label Visible: Yes

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Importance of reading Allah’s Names

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Allah’s Asma-ul-husna are the attributive names of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. The Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi waalihi wasallam) said

Anyone remembering and reciting these names daily shall enter paradise.

Narrated Abu Huraira, Allah’s Apostle said,”Allah has ninety-nine names, i.e. one-hundred minus one, and whoever knows them will go to Paradise.

Sahih Bukhari: 3.894

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