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Why were the Arabs so blessed? [005|365]

If the Prophet (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam) had been sent to any country other than Arabia, the message of the last Prophet (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam) would have encountered complications due to the past and the previous history of victories and defeats … Continue reading

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Shirk by the Ka'bah [003|365]

Idolatry was openly practiced all over Arabia.  Four hundred years before the advent of Muhammad (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam) in the era of King Shapur of Persia, ‘Amr bin Luhai bin Harithah bin Imra’-ul-Qais, the King of Hijaaz was the first … Continue reading

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Three Categories of Arabs [002|365]

As I was reading through today, I found out about early Arabs, pre Islam and even before Ibraheem (Alayhi Salaam).  It’s interesting to learn about things from that far back…  According to historians, the progeny of Shem ibn Nuuh (Alayhi … Continue reading

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The Need For History [001|365]

I had purchased this three volume History of Islam books sometime ago, since I was and am eager to learn about Islamic history.  It is the only type of history which I can read over and over again and never … Continue reading

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Mrs. Churchill (16/365)

No, your name is not really Mrs. Churchill, and it’s terrible of me to call you that, considering that you are Irish. But you had the brattiest children I have ever had the misfortune to encounter. Your kids scarred me … Continue reading

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Faiza (15/365)

You know what bugs me? You have a tendency to “ask” for information, but never reciprocate. For God’s sake, you expect me to tell you my hopes and dreams, when I don’t even know your kid’s name? What kind of … Continue reading

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ZH (14/365)

I will miss the crazy times we all had together. Life must go on, and how awesome is it when it goes on with beautiful memories?! I can’t think of a single time when you hurt me, and I only … Continue reading

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Antoinette (13/365)

A final memory of SA. My grandparents lived in an area that was all-white. It was always a matter of time before they would get kicked out, but somehow, that day never did come. My grandmother had sisters who had … Continue reading

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The impolite blond (12/365)

Another story from my memories of SA. One day, I was waiting for my dad to come and pick me up from school. School was on the edge of the downtown of a huge city, to which we traveled every … Continue reading

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The Blue Bottle Blond (11/365)

A story from my memories of SA. There are some people in the world who you will only meet once in your life; you may never exchange a single word with them; but you will know exactly how to behave … Continue reading

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