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Surviving in a hypersexual society full of temptations (Video)

info-pictogram1 With a society that’s full of temptations and allurement how does one survive without losing themselves to immorality.

Some points covered in this weeks show:

1. Where true Happiness comes from
2. Peer Pressure
3. Being invited to party and smoke weed
4. let’s all face it we all make mistakes
5. Who are your friends
6. Yolo – You only live once
7. Come on girl take off that Hijab
8. Invitation to the club with all drinks payed
9. Women don’t be fooled by his poetry, sweet words of nothing
10.When guys get what they want they are out.
11.100k dowry
12 Parents will be held accountable for making the Halal hard and the Haram easy.
All this and more on this weeks amazing show with guest Mohammed Zeyara

Ryan Harris: NFL player talks about his conversion, peer pressure and Islam (Video)

info-pictogram1 The Story of Ryan Harris, an American football offensive tackle for the Houston Texans. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He played college football at Notre Dame. Harris has also been a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Seven Tips for Parents to Deal with Bullying

Undoubtedly there aren’t many things more frustrating for a parent than seeing their child struggle with bullying and peer pressure. It makes many parents feel powerless, as so much seems to happen under their radar. Many children, especially teens, are reluctant to share what’s going on in their social lives.


Let us take a look at some important ways in which you, as a Muslim parent, can help your child:

1. Recognize the Signs

Not every child will take the initiative to come up to you and tell you that he is being bullied. In fact, a lot of children wouldn’t. Be observant of your child, so you will notice when something changes in his behavior or expression.

Signs can include:

  • Your child waits with using bathroom until he gets home from school. School bathrooms can be bully-hot spots.
  • He often gets home hungry even though you have packed enough lunch or given enough money.
  • Belongings get damaged or ‘lost’ more frequently.
  • Your child feels more negatively about himself. He may think he’s not good enough, or blames himself a lot.
  • Social withdrawal, especially when your child stops socializing with his usual friends.

2. Listen, Don’t Judge

One of the most valuable skills as a parent is to be able to listen to your child. Really listen, that is, without judging. Let your child talk, without giving your opinion, offering solutions or getting upset. As important as it is for kids to stay cool, the same goes for parents. Getting upset, or at the other end, downplaying your child’s feelings do not empower him to deal with the situation effectively, and will keep him from telling you about his issues in the future. It is natural for a parent to feel emotional and to want to react to what your child says, but be patient, listen carefully, and think things over before you rush to judgment.

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