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Surah Yaseen​

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Wednesday, 08 May 2019 07:54

(Four Surahs’ Series – Part One)

Surah Yaseen is indeed a unique surah, as it has been termed the ‘heart’ of the Quraan Majeed. Furthermore, reciting it once equals the reward of reciting the Quraan Majeed ten times. (Sunan Tirmizi #2887)

The importance of this surah, in the life of every believer, can be gauged by the fact that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) expressed his desire for every Muslim to memorise this surah mentioning, “I wish that it (Surah Yaseen) be in the heart of every individual of my Ummah.” (Bazzaar - Kashful Astaar #2305)

Some of the virtues and benefits for reciting Surah Yaseen are:

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Ramadhaan Posts

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Monday, 06 May 2019 10:04

Through the grace of Allah Ta‘ala, over the past few years, many articles and audios regarding the auspicious month of Ramadhaan have been uploaded to the Uswatul Muslimah website. Click here for the Ramadhaan Specials category.
Below are the links to a few of these articles: 

Savouring the Spirit of Ramadhaan - e-book

Ramadhaan Goal Achievement Guide

Issue 13 - Exclusive Ramadhaan Edition

The Spirit of Ramadhaan - e-book

S.O.S. - Saving Our Seconds

Further Reduced - Don’t Miss!

Wi-Fi Free

Health Guidelines for Ramadhaan

 

Sweet Corn Fritters

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Saturday, 04 May 2019 10:00

Ingredients:

1 tin cream style corn

¾ cup flour

2 Tbsp sugar

1 Tbsp green chillies

2 Tbsp finely chopped onion

2 eggs

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​The Four Surahs

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Thursday, 02 May 2019 10:00

(Four Surahs’ Series – Introduction)

“BOOOOOM!!!” It was an explosion of unimaginable proportions and far reaching consequences. It was not a bomb explosion, but a far more powerful explosion – an information explosion.

Today, there is no shortage of literature and reading material. Whether in hard copy (novels, newspapers, magazines, etc.) or soft copy (eBooks, PDF’s, websites, blogs, etc.), we are ‘up to our ears’ in literature. If it is not reading literature that takes our time, it could be listening to nasheeds, or clips, or anything else that we enjoy.

The point, however, is that the more these things increase in abundance, the more we ‘connect’ with them. While some of these things may be beneficial (e.g. listening to a bayaan clip), ‘connecting’ with them has, in most cases, caused us to ‘disconnect’ from the Quraan Majeed. In other words, we spend the bulk of our time with these things and no longer have or make time to recite the Quraan Majeed. Obviously, in doing so, we are depriving ourselves of tremendous rewards and benefits and are leaving a void in our lives which can never be filled by anything else.

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