Author: Omolewa Nafeesat bint Yakub

Know Islam, Know Paradise

VULTURES IN GUISE OF MEN By Nafeesah (Phenomenal Ummu Anas)

Assalamu alaykum!  Sister Nafeesah! Sister Nafeesah! Sister Nafeesah! I called out my dear Sister thrice, but could there be something that so much entrapped her? Oh! her plight! How can I tell her she will find a man like Rosul in the face of desperate fight? When most of our brothers are shield with cloak…
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April 20, 2019 0

HOW TO ESTABLISH ISLAMIC SUPREMACY By Lan Rey Hassan

The same day the nameless Christchurch mosque-shooter went on his rampage, another terrorist attack claimed the lives of at least six civilians in Syria as crowds of people attempted to flee the Syrian City of Baghouz, one of ISIS’ last strongholds in the region. However, in stark contrast to the treatment given to the New…
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April 20, 2019 0

RELIGIOUS PEOPLE BUT MERE IGNORAMUSES By Sanusi Olawale ibn AbdulWasii

It is not about trouble making, it is about spreading the truth. It is about waking those who are sleeping in the Lord. It’s just amazing that we find ourselves among neighbours (religion counterparts) who act religiously but in the actual sense, their acts are baseless and out of ignorance. Some even show it on the…
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April 20, 2019 0

THE JOY OF A TEACHER By Sanni Kay Yusuf

She called to say me hi after a long while, and I was glad to hear from her – from the varsity she is currently an inmate. Lo and behold, two colleagues of hers – my other students – were there together with her. I spoke to them with the phone on speak-out. Apparently, all…
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April 15, 2019 0

EASE HER BURDEN By Sanni Kay Yusuf.

  The daily rigor embedded in motherhood is stressfully cumbersome. Women do not only take care of their husbands, they ensure the home (the children inclusive) is in commendable, enviable order. Coupled with that is the rigor of their office or commercial obligations. Women are wonderful creatures! A mother of three growing kids request her…
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April 15, 2019 0

THE EARTH SMELLS. By SHEHU, Abdus-Salam Aladodo

  The earth smells of scattered bones hidden underneath covered in dust. Bones of those who walked the earth with their shoulders high and those with bent necks. The earth smells of liquor in goblets, bottles and bowels— well fed. The earth smells of rumpled bedsheets reeking of infidelities and unchaste activities. The earth smells…
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April 11, 2019 0

LIKE SAUDI, LIKE NIGERIA! By Sanni Kay Yusuf

The crescent of Sha’baan 1440AH/2019 was neither visible in Saudi Arabia, nor sighted anywhere in Nigeria last Friday – April 5th – when Rajab was 29. Saturday 6th was therefore regarded the last day of Rajab, and the two countries coincidentally declared Sunday 7th April the first day of Sha’baan 1440AH. By the above token,…
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April 8, 2019 0

IT IS HOT, BE GRATEFUL. By SHEHU, Aladodo Abdus-salam

  IT IS HOT, BE GRATEFUL. Weeks back, we experienced a change in the weather and now, everywhere is relatively hot. It seems as if the sun is moving closer to us, whereas, it is miles away. We now take in a large amount of water, some cannot even get to sleep without taking a…
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April 4, 2019 0

CRIMINALIZATION OF TRIBES IN NIGERIA: THE ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE By Balogun Abdulbasit Umar

Criminalization of Tribes in Nigeria: The Islamic Perspective Crimes are anything that is done in order to inflict harm (physical, emotional, financial or spiritual) on your fellow human. It is also anything that goes against the laws of Allah. But is crime limited to a particular set of tribe or group in Nigeria? I say…
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April 4, 2019 0

POLYGYNY TAKEN FOR GRANTED By Sanni Kay Yusuf

POLYGINY TAKEN FOR GRANTED BY KAY YUSUF While the woman is urged to be gladly receptive of the other queen in the palace, the man is admonished not to be engulfed in the thaaniyah’s love at the expense of the uulaa. As it was ab initio, there are conditions attached to bringing in the other…
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