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    Assalaamu alaykum, Looks at it positively. It is a test to make us stronger and wiser. Especially in Ramadhan. ALLAH would not let us suffer and only HE knows that we can cope with it. The good deeds await us. We have to be patience and embrace ALLAH at all time. Zikir, Insyaallaah. I pray...
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    new member

    Thank you and Alhamdulillah. Further to personal info', I'm from Malaysia. We are a bit lucky here bcoz Islam freely preach and brotherhood remain strong. Eventhough many threads are coming from external angle and recently from inner circle. Very sad......
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    A Muslim girl...who's glad 2 know you

    Waalaykum salam. Welcome. It is a great site. From Malaysia.
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    Sunnahs Neglected In Ramadaan

    It is beneficial and a good reminder. Practice make the teaching useful. Thank you and Insyaallah. Jazakallahu khairan.
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    Reviving the Ummah and regaining it's Lost Honour and Glory

    Walayku salaam. Alhamdulillah. Sharing and guide with pristine intention. Insyaallah. Ameen
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    Video Dr Ian Webber from England Converts to Islam in Beirut

    Mashaallah... May you journey and works bless by ALLAH.
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    Studying in England?

    Assalamu Alaykum Why don't you try study in Malaysia. They have many well known colleges and universities. You can search via website and anlayse. It is peaceful country and good environment for muslim.
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    V E R Y I M P O R T A N T. (Read please)

    It is the right thing to do. We should guide and lead to the true teaching of Islam. Debating sometimes lead to emotion and feelings. It is good if we do muzakarah or any means that bring us to become better Islam.
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    new member

    Bismillahirrohman nirrohim Assalam mulaykum, I am glad to participate and together pursue greater journey towards the AlMighty. Prays all the best to our brothers and sisters wherever you are in this world.:shake::astag: