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Racism Can Only Be Cured by Islamic Virtues

Racism Can Only Be Cured by Islamic Virtues

I mentioned earlier that I did not think that freedom from racism, for example, was a human right. By this, I meant that I did not believe it to be anyone’s guaranteed right, that is by mere dint of being human, that they not be looked upon…

Quit Smoking

Entire Turkish Village Quits Smoking

YOZGAT – Although smoking is forbidden in Islam, millions of Muslims are unfortunately addicted to tobacco. But things are now different in Haydarbeyli, a village in Anatolia, Turkey, where none of its 180 residents smoke, and the handful that used to, have quit, Daily Sabah reported on December 3. One of the residents, Muhsin Varol, …

Can I Do Non-Emergent Surgery in Ramadan?

Can I Do Non-Emergent Surgery in Ramadan?

Wa `alaykum as-Salamu waRahmatullahi waBarakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: You can do your surgery on the condition that you make up for these days after Ramadan. Moreover, we advise you to …

Religion Might Be Answer to Depression

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression, experiencing symptoms that include feelings of emptiness, restlessness, hopelessness, helplessness, anxiety and loss of interest in most activities. Depression can sometimes be so severe that it compromises one’s ability to function normally. “Any one at any stage of life can …

Blocking the Medical Field of Anti-Aging?

In the first two pieces of this biological series we showed what is aging and why do we seek for a shield against it, how can we naturally and via the field of Gerontology avoid the health problems caused by aging. We also shed light on the beneficial outcomes humanity will gain when we enhance …

A Man for All Seasons

People are able to spread a disease even if they are not showing any signs of disease. Thus quarantine and other public health control measures are essential. They reduce the contact between those with the disease and those susceptible to the disease.

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