By Raza Ullah Islam guides us in every aspect of our life and about every event that takes place in it. Whether it's about how to deal with the problems that we face in our social lives, private affairs or how to strengthen our truest kinship and relationships. However, the issue is that we seldom... Continue Reading →
Living in Moderation
By Linta Mustafa With the rapidly changing era, people tend to change their lifestyles for the sake of acceptance by society, and in doing so they often end up having an extremist way of life. The lifestyles of the majority of people who tend to follow the standards of society have become more brand-oriented. On... Continue Reading →
Love is All Around Us…365 Days a Year.
By Zainab Umm Sakeenah. I know what you’re expecting. Another cliché article about why Valentine’s Day is haram, the same tired tropes and tribulations every year – it gets boring. So in the spirit of doing something different, let's look at what makes a marriage in Islam super awesome! When we look at marriage in... Continue Reading →
Is it time to marry?
By Zaki Imtiaz Today at lunch time, I had a small discussion with two of my friends. We were looking for an answer to the question, "What is the right age to get married?" We concluded that it actually depends on some factors. The right time is when a combination of some qualities and some... Continue Reading →
Would you like it Blessed or Wretched?
Marriage is a colorful artwork gifted to you by Allah, specially designed for you to find repose in. It is an institution where real love is nurtured for the family to bask in its warmth and light. It is the building where the foundation of future is laid in the present. It is falling in... Continue Reading →
Caught between the Mother and the Wife
By Zaki Imtiaz The best thing about getting married is partnership, isn't it? Ask those who are happily married. A marriage may survive without money, but can't survive without the mutual partnership. Newly married couples enjoy their lives in the most halal way. Allah has described them as Libas (garments) of each other, covering... Continue Reading →
You’re dying to marry, but are you ready to marry?
By Zaki Imtiaz Do you know what is the most discussed matter among the Muslim youth these days? At least, among those whom I know. Yeah, you guessed it right: Marriage. You say the word and you see these Colgate smiles on their faces. Everybody wants to get married, don't they? Indeed, Nikah is an... Continue Reading →
#QaboolHai – Theme for the Marriage Season!
Qabool Hai?? Qabool Hai!! Winter is here, and so is the marriage season. Nikah contracts are in the air! For us at YouthClub, 2013 has been an extraordinarily beautiful year, with many of the YC brothers and sisters getting married! It sure is a promising prospect for the future of the Ummah when Dawah carriers,... Continue Reading →
Ramblings of a Closet Feminist
By Mariam Riaz All of us reach a certain point in our lives when directly, or indirectly, pressure is exerted on us to “settle down”. I have nothing against the institute of marriage, for indeed, it is a sacred Sunnah. However, I do have some scores to settle with our twisted society regarding what this... Continue Reading →
The Barakahs of Islamic Injunctions
By Mohammad Ali I remember a married couple who attended my wedding. I remember hearing the wife complaining to her husband that he did not compliment her despite the fact that she had spent so much time adorning herself. This is not just the story of one couple, but it is a occurence and cause... Continue Reading →
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