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Du’a For The Sick and The Ones in Distress

As Muslims, we are taught to understand that human beings are fragile, frail and prone to sickness. At one time or another, we all get sick, more seriously than others. Although medicine has come...

Hijrah: A Turning Point We Should All Learn From

Do we actually know what Hijrah is all about? It is not merely just the calendar, Hijrah is something we need to learn about. The Hijrah is the migration or journey of Prophet Muhammad...

Seven Interesting Customs Around The World

Traveling isn't merely about seeing new places and sharing it on our social media. It's a tunnel that offers us the chance to learn, experience, and indulge oodles of exceptional things beyond our comfort zone....

Seven Things You Can Donate From Home

Ever heard the old adage, "One man's trash is another man's treasure"? It's one of those sayings that has the capacity to put a lot of things into perspectives. To put it simply, what one...

Six Ways To Offer Help Without Spending Any Money

Believe it or not, we learn to be generous and giving when we have less, rather than more. The notion of "having more means that we have more to lose" still loiters among some...

Three Recipes You Can Prepare For Aidil Adha

It is a sunnah for the person that sacrifices to eat his meat, distribute it to his close friends, and give it to the poor, as the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon...
What Aidiladha Is All About

What Aidiladha Is All About

Aidiladha, falls on the tenth day of Zulhijjah, the twelfth month in the Islamic calendar. In Malay countries, it is known as Hari Raya Haji which means “great day of the Haj”. Muslims in Brunei...

Life Trials You Should Expect While Planning For Your Wedding


The day every girls are dreaming of. The day, you could wear a tiara and a poofy dress and the most sparkly dress the world has to offer without being judged, because you are...

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