Reassessing Parental Responsibility in Instances of Youth Apostasy: A Multifaceted Approach

The assertion that parents bear almost total responsibility (90%) for their children’s departure from faith is an overly reductionist perspective that disregards the complex interplay of factors that shape a person’s spiritual trajectory. A holistic and discerning analysis of the …

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Atheism and the Erosion of Community: Exploring the Social Costs of Non-Belief

This article will explore the social costs of atheism, particularly in terms of the erosion of community. It will provide a critical examination of this issue from an Islamic perspective, highlighting the importance of community in Islam and the dangers of rejecting belief in God. Drawing on a range of references and quotes, this article will provide a contemporary analysis of the relationship between atheism and community in our modern world.

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Rediscovering the Islamic Model of Masculinity

Masculinity is a critical component of Islam that is often overlooked in modern society. The portrayal of men in popular culture, media, and entertainment often deviates from the Islamic model of manhood, leading to a distorted understanding of what it means to be a man. As Muslims, it is our duty to uphold and promote the Islamic ideals of masculinity and to recognize its importance in society. The Islamic model of masculinity is a critical component of our faith that promotes a healthy and balanced understanding of manhood. It emphasizes the importance of strength, compassion, responsibility, and accountability, and it contributes to the stability and well-being of families and society as a whole. Through this, we can work towards creating a more just and equitable society for all.

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The Power of Motherhood: “Everyone You See was Birthed by a Woman”

Every person that we see has been birthed by a woman, and the role of a mother is of utmost importance in Islam. We must work to promote a more balanced and comprehensive view of motherhood that recognizes its spiritual and societal importance, and provides the necessary resources and support for mothers to fulfill this role to the best of their abilities.