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Hijab is a piece of cloth - a mere garment. It is not human, only worn by the Muslim woman. It is a non-living thing and cannot do anything on its own volition. Why then blame it for the...
  I approached dad using same method - prayer and hope. He was happy (as against my pessimistic thought), and consequently gave his unflinching endorsement. He noted the fact that I wasn't financially able but his consenting to it was...
MY SUNNAH STORY (10) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF That question got me fearfully stammered and I became bereft of a corresponding answer. I thought I was proverbially detailed enough, but mummy proved me wrong. I thought I was smart, but she seemed...
MY SUNNAH STORY (9) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF We got to her mum amid palpitation of the heart. She was surprised to see us. "Why the uninformed visit?" she probed. "He is here to talk to you, mummy," replied madam. I was...
MY SUNNAH STORY (8) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF I proposed marriage, not dating. So plans to legitimatize the mutuality to build up a blissful palace as king and queen came to fore. Madam was rather afraid to have such presented to her...
MY SUNNAH STORY (7) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF One quality I hereditarily picked from my dad was boldness. Dad could confidently, conveniently speak the truth to a despotic ruler (however vampirous he might be) not minding that he could end up in...
MY SUNNAH STORY (Part 3) By Sanni Kay Yusuf Given my passion for Sunnah and my all dedicated to da'wah, I shouldn't do less than an all-covering hijabi. I knew it and I was convinced beyond doubts that, that was the way...
MY SUNNAH STORY (Part II) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF While winding down university education, dad kept echoing to my subconscious that I should consider no "masquerade" for a wife. Subhaanallaah! How on earth would a human born of a woman find bliss...
MY SUNNAH STORY (Part 1) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF I was born into a family where paganism reigned supreme among kindred, even those who laid claim to Islam were pagans by association. They were usually seen partake in fetish family and communal...
INTERCOURSE IN RAMADAN: FINE OR FILTHY? By Sanni Kay Yusuf Intercourse with one's spouse before dawn has no negative effect on one's fast. In fact, the couple may bed each other to their best after suhur - before Fajr. But doing so...

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