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Tuesday 23 Jumadal Ukhra 1441 / 18 February 2020

Allah Ta'aala says in Quran:
Race towards the forgiveness of your Rabb and a Jannah, the width of which is like that of the sky and the earth. It has been prepared for those who believe in Allah and His Msssengers. This is the grace of Allah which He gives to whoever He desires. Allah is the possessor of immense grace.
(Surah Hadeed, Verse 21)

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Bookkeeping position available immediately. Candidate must be able to work on Pastel, Excel, Word, eFiling and will be responsible for calculation and submission of VAT, PAYE and income tax returns. Practice is situated in Mayfair West. Working hours 8:00am to 16:30pm, Monday to Friday. Accounting / Bookkeeping experience is essential. Email CV's to audit and accounting  firm located in Greenside JHB seeking SAICA trainee clerks/Junior bookkeepers. SAICA candidate must be in possession of a Degree or currently registered for a SAICA accredited degree. Kindly forward CV to Should preferably reside close by. 
Teaching Positions in United Arab Emirates
An English School requires the following for August / September 2020:
- Vice Principal / Department - Curriculum Head
- Head of Department - Subject & Senior / Intermediate / Foundation phases
- Senior / Intermediate / Foundation English Teachers
- Specialist - Physics, Chemistry, Biology Teachers
- Class Teachers for KG / Junior Primary Phase
- Islamic Program Teachers
Applicants should have the following requirements:
- University Degree / Teaching Diplomas / Teaching License is mandatory.
- Minimum of 3 years experience in the specified field.
- Practising Muslim.
[Application closing date - 10th March 2020]
Successful candidates will be contacted for interviews in Johannesburg and Cape Town during April-2020
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Manager required for a clothing / footwear store in Boksburg. Please contact Mohammed 0828148786

Al Mabroor Shariah Investments Cattle feedlot returns +/- (15-20%) p.a. paid every 4 months. Property +/- (9 -10%) p.a. payable monthly plus capital growth. WhatsApp/call Shabbir for more info. 084 560 1727 or Email

Practise on a Sunnah
Sunnnats after completing Salah

- After Fard Salah, recite Allahu Akbar once and Astaghfirullah 3 times.
- Recite Surah Faatiha and Aayatul Kursi once each.

Sunnats, Compiled by E.M.H Salejee, Husainiya Publications, 2005) 

Praised Muslim Woman -
Fortunate Woman Who Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam Praised

Umm Sulaym bint Milhaan Radhi Allahu Anha

Umm Sulaim bint Milhaan Radhi Allahu Anha was the aunt of Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam. Umm Sulaym's Radhi Allahu Anhu first husband was Maalik ibn Nadhar. He died as a disbeliever. The eminent Sahabi Anas ibn Maalik Radhi Allahu Anhu was born from this union. Umm Sulaym Radhi Allahu Anha then accepted Islam and Abu Talha Radhi Allahu Anhu proposed to marry her. As he was a disbeliever, she refused. She then invited him to Islam and he accepted the faith. She then married him and did not accept any mahr from him, saying that his Islam was sufficient as mahr.

Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam would sometimes visit her.  She used to spread out a piece of leather on which he would lie down. She would then gather his perspiration and mix it with her perfume.
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Description of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam
- Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ate gourd (dubbaa, dodhi, kadu).
- Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam loved halwa and honey. Halwa can refer to anything sweet. However, some scholars say that it is a special type of sweetmeat. Sugar was not common in those days. Sweetening agents were derived from honey or dates.

(Adapted from Shamaa-il Tirmidhi with commentary Khasaa-il Nabawi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam)

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