Sharjah International Book Fair, 2017

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Book Lovers get ready for the Annual Book Event 🙂

Sharjah International Book Fair

Dates: November 1 to 11, 2017 

@ Sharjah Expo Centre

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The Universe Speaks Tawheed

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Here are the notes of the Workbook Questions for the Chapter: The Universe Speaks Tawheed  Continue reading

Month of Safar: Facts and Fiction

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Safar, the 2nd month of the Islamic Calendar, has commenced, alhamdulillaah.

Quoting authentic references, I would like to dispel certain false beliefs and superstitious customs which are unfortunately found prevalent among some sections of Muslim society with regard to the month of Safar. 

Some Muslims believe that this month brings bad luck; it is a month of bad omen, we must not initiate any good work in this month, one must not marry blah, blah…….all stupid, baseless thoughts!!

The month of Safar is like all other months. The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) condemned what is said about this month. Abu Hurayrah (radhiyallahu Anhu) reported from the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) that: Continue reading

Surah Nooh: Dual Interpretation

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Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.

While teaching the prescribed Suwar (pl. of Surah) to the students, I always feel that the English meaning given in the Islamic Studies text books – I Love Islam and Learning Islam – are not up to the mark. They are at times substandard.  Continue reading

Moral Education in the UAE

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Moral Education is an innovative, engaging curriculum designed to develop young people of all nationalities and ages in the UAE with universal principles and values, that reflect the shared experiences of humanity.

This is a national initiative announced in 2016 by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. Continue reading

Welcome to “Islamic Week”

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8 – 12 October 2017, InshaaAllah, is earmarked for this year’s Islamic Week.

Download Tarbiyah: Self-Evaluation Programme during the Islamic Week

Objectives of the ISLAMIC WEEK:

  1. To create an awareness on the importance of living Islam.
  2. To contribute and channelize one’s creative ideas for the collective good of the society
  3. To focus on the importance of Islamic values.
  4. To involve and share real life experiences with one’s peers.
  5. To understand the importance of healthy competition.
  6. To appreciate the teachings of Islam as relevant to the modern society.

Added attraction this year will be the ISLAMIC BOOK STALL during the Week, inshaaAllah. Students, parents and teachers will get an opportunity to buy Islamic books of their choice, InshaaAllah.

A cursory glance at the Activity Schedule will reveal that we have covered all areas of competitions for different levels of students, ranging from FS to the Year 11, alhamdulillaah.

Morning Assembly will be conducted according to the nature of the Week, inshaaAllah.

I hope that the ISLAMIC WEEK will create an awareness of Islamic Values among one and all.

May Allah accept our effort and reward us abundantly.

May He make our intentions pure and sincere. Aameen.

🙂 I wish my students all the Best for the Islamic Week 🙂

Baarakallaahu Feekum.

Download:  Islamic Week Competition Schedule_2017-18    🙂 To practice calling out Adhaan, please go to the Adhaan Page  for beautiful Adhaan from around the world, especially Makkah and Madinah 🙂

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Only Allah Gives Life and Death

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1. Answer the following questions only with the translation of a related ayah from the Qur’an:

1. Who decides that people die?

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Life in the Grave

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1. Define the following terms:

  • Al Qabr: The grave which is the first step to Resurrection.
  • Naeemul Qabr: The rewards and enjoyments received by the believers in the grave.
  • Athaabul Qabr: The punishments given to the disbelievers and the sinful Muslims in the grave.
  • Malak al Mawt: The Angel of Death who is in charge of taking the soul at its appointed time.
  • Al Barzakh: A Barrier between the Life in the grave and Resurrection.

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