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Our Kids, Education Environment & Peer Pressure

Our Kids, Education Environment & Peer Pressure

Environment is one of the integral components of any successful education model. The people our children are interacting with on a daily basis can have a greater influence on them than their own families.

Muslim Youth - Get Strong If You’ve to Be Different

Muslim Youth: Get Strong If You’ve to Be Different

As Muslims living in the modern world we have to interact. Today is not a time for isolation. The world needs good people to step up and make a stand, have a voice and be a power of good, and as individuals our faith increases when we live Islam, not just talk about it. This …

Reason You Should Avoid Drug Abuse … It's Not About Health Risks!

Reason You Should Avoid Drug Abuse … It's Not About Health Risks!

Why do many youth resort to drug abuse? Does it really compensate for lack of certain personal qualities? Ustadh Fadel Soliman raises interesting points in this informative video. God created us free; So, how to avoid being enslaved by addiction, even to halal substances? Do not become a victim of addiction and arm yourself with the …

Muslim Youth - Holding On to Who You Are

Muslim Youth - Holding On to Who You Are

Man’s body and soul are one integral whole and bringing them both into submission to Allah is our lifetime quest. Therefore, desires must be restrained and controlled and this is done through moral consciousness which is related to both our relation with the Creator and with our fellowman.

How Can Muslim Women Live the Sunnah Today?

How Can Muslim Women Live the Sunnah Today?

Our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was appointed as Allah’s last Messenger to establish Islam on earth as guidance for humankind before the final reckoning. He was the leader of  Muslim Ummah; their guide and role model. His actions, both personal and public, were divinely guided, so much so that he became the …

How To Teach Kids Not To Say Bad Words

How To Teach Kids Not To Say Bad Words

In this counseling answer: “In sha ‘Allah, your son is just experimenting. As he is seven years old, he has found something that gets him attention! While it is not good attention, it is attention nonetheless. When our children use bad words, we as parents can’t help but be shocked and react.” As-Salamu ‘Alaykum sister, Thank you …



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