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Tuesday, January 29, 2013


                                                                                                                                      IslamiCity Project 



Before You Say "I Do" - An online Pre-Marriage workshop  

A successful marriage doesn't just happen. It's not simply a matter of luck or finding the right person. It requires effort and determination.

This online pre-marriage course will help you develop the skills needed to make sure you have a successful marriage filled with love, compassion and cooperation.

Beneficial for individuals contemplating marriage, prospective brides and grooms, family advisors, counselors, youth leaders and others.


Noha Alshugairi, Marriage and Family Therapist
Metra Azar-Salem, Marriage and Family Therapist
Munira Ezzedine, Marriage and Family Therapist
Jihad Turk, Director of Religious Affairs, Islamic Center of Southern California

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Watch: The Prophet's marriage to Aisha




Ibn Khaldun  

At first sight, the place held by education in Ibn Khaldun's sociology appears uncertain to say the least. What today we understand by the term 'education'-the replication of individuals and groups, firstly at the level of values and secondly at that of knowledge and know-how-is found in the Muqaddima only in a scattered and incomplete fashion, in an order and pattern whose meaning escapes us at first sight. More important, Ibn Khaldun makes no use of a general concept in speaking of education. This is all the more surprising as he accustoms us elsewhere to a systematic approach to the main phenomena of life in society. However, upon closer view we discover that this ambiguity and these lacunae in fact reflect the state of the Muslim system of education, and we are forced to admit that, in this field as in many others connected with the knowledge of Muslim society, Khaldun's contribution is the most complete at our disposal.

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Preparing for the realities of marriage  

How ludicrous would it be for a person to hold a grand opening for a new business then leave for vacation the next day or go to a job interview without having read the job description? Equally absurd is the way many people get married each year without any knowledge of or preparation for the realities of marriage. Couples make elaborate wedding and honeymoon plans but none for a life together. Additionally, many are looking for spouses to marry without looking at their responsibilities in a marriage. 

Based on fairy tales spun by the media and pop culture, young women dream of finding their Prince Charming and living happily ever after. We think that once we are married, everything will just sort itself out. Some of us think that marriage is a solution or an escape or that our spouses will "complete us."

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ALIFI QURAN. A Unique Deluxe Edition of The Holy Quran.

Arabic Calligraphy. Large Faux Canvas Frame.


Complete Quran Recitation

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Prophet Muhammad's marriage to Aisha (RA)  
A Brief Explanation of the marriage of prophet Muhammad and Aisha extracted from 'the life of the prophet Muhammad by Sheikh Hamza Yusuf.



When man has married, he has completed one half of his religion. Then let him fear Allah for the remaining half.

Prophet Muhammad   (570 CE - 632 CE) 


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