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Tajweed Course For Sisters IOU, in collaboration with Tajweed Made Easy Academy Global (TMEAG) present you easy and effective methods in learning and improving your Quran recitation.   Whether you are a complete beginner or struggling to perfect your recitation, you will find a suitable course that can help you.  Starts on:  10th November 2015 – insha-Allah  Duration :   13 read more

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We don’t understand the universe: Scientist at IdeaFestival explains how science is failing us

Astronomer Bob Berman at IdeaFestival 2015

At IdeaFestival 2015, astronomer Bob Berman explained why our scientific approach to understanding the universe is misguided. Astronomer Bob Berman at IdeaFestival 2015 "What do we know about the universe?" asked astronomer Bob Berman to a crowded room at IdeaFestival 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky. "Why aren't the answers satisfying? Where do they go wrong?" There's a lot of hard and read more

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6 ways screentime harms kids’ minds By Victoria L. Dunckley


Children or teens who are “revved up” and prone to rages or—alternatively—who are depressed and apathetic have become disturbingly commonplace. Chronically irritable children are often in a state of abnormally high arousal, and may seem “wired and tired.”That is, they’re agitated but exhausted. Because chronically high arousal levels impact memory and the ability to relate, these kids are also likely read more

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Egyptian Scientists Filter Seawater in Minutes

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Researchers at Alexandria University in Egypt have unveiled a cost-effective desalination technology which can filter highly salty water in minutes. The technology is based on membranes containing cellulose acetate powder, produced in Egypt. The powder, in combination with other components, binds the salt particles as they pass through, making the technique useful for desalinating seawater. “The membrane we produced can read more

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What Does Watching TV vs Reading a Good Book Do to Your Brain?

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  If you had to calculate how much time per day you spend watching TV vs. reading a book, what would your totals be? No fudging the numbers! If you’re like most of America, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2014 report, people over 15 watch an average of 2.5 hours of TV per day during the workweek, while read more

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Etiquette with the elderly By:- Shaykh Abdul-Fattaah Abu Ghuddah (RA)


5.1 RESPECT AND FAVOUR THE ELDERLY Recognize the status of the elderly and give them due respect. When walking with them, walk slightly behind, to their right. Let them enter and exit first. If you meet them, greet them properly and respectfully. If you discuss something with them, let them speak first, and listen to them attentively and graciously. If read more

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