Category Archives: family

Passport To A Happy Marriage

Passport To A Happy Marriage

I hadn’t even read the book yet but I found the paperback suddenly opened and lying flat.  It wasn’t my intentions to read the book at the moment, yet out of the blue the book was open and ready for me to read! I was amazed at the first words that my eyes fell upon! It was Abdul Alim Bashir’s book, Continue Reading

20 – How To Protect Your Family From Pornography

20 – How To Protect Your Family From Pornography

Beware Of The Porno Torpedo

Family I grew up being fascinated with the US Navy. Aircraft carriers, battleships and submarines are amazing symbols of technological know how. My favorite naval vessel is the submarine. The submarine provides any admiral the element of surprise during any naval battle. Submarines fire torpedoes, missiles and other munitions from deep below the seas surface in order to destroy the enemy totally by surprise. Continue Reading

18 – Anger, Separation, Divorce | Old Mail Bag

18 – Anger, Separation, Divorce | Old Mail Bag

Helping Muslims With Their Complicated Lives Controlling My Temper This show originally aired on April 2, 2013 on another podcast called The ILM Show which is now The Islamic History Ninja. In this episode, Bilal and I got together to discuss several questions that had come into the Islamic Learning Materials website. Continue Reading

The Heck With Your Rights

The Heck With Your Rights

Stop Talking About Your Rights Articles and books that contain the phrase “Rights of the Muslim Wife/Husband” should be banned. Those are some of the worst and destructive articles I’ve ever encountered in the English-Muslim world. This is not to say that Muslim men and women do not have rights. Of course they do. But… Continue Reading

How To Be A Perfect Muslim Parent

How To Be A Perfect Muslim Parent

Being A Muslim Parent Is Tough Parenting is such a difficult job. As a parent, I’m not quite sure if I’m doing things right or wrong. Sometimes I feel as if I’m super-Abu. And sometimes I feel as if I’m screwing my kids up for life. Being a parent, no matter what religion you follow,… Continue Reading