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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR SHAWWAL 10, 1440 (JUNE 14 2019)

TOPIC: ISLAMIC VIEW OF CHILD LABOUR Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala nabiyyillah Muhammad al Mab’uthi rahmatan lil aalameen The religion of Islam enjoins human beings to work and not to be lazy and that is why Allah …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR SHAWWAL 4, 1440 (JUNE 7, 2019)

TOPIC: ISLAMIC VIEW ON THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala nabiyyillah Muhammad al Mab’uthi rahmatan lil aalameen One of the pointers to the uniqueness of the Qur’an is the reference to the things …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR SHA’BAN 14, 1440 (APRIL 19, 2019)

TOPIC: EDUCATION: TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR HUMANITY ‘Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem BismillahirRahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala rasulihee al kareem. The first experience of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) with revelation was that which is related to education as we have …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR JUMAADAL AAKHIRAT 23, 1440 (MARCH 1, 2019)

TOPIC: The Islamic Concept of Ikhlas (Sincerity). ‘Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala rasulihee al kareem. There is no doubt that the purpose for which we were created is to worship Allah but any act of worship devoid …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR JUMAADAL AAKHIRAT 16, 1440 (FEBRUARY 22, 2019)

TOPIC: VARIATION IN THE LANGUAGE OF HUMANS: ONE OF THE SIGNS OF ALLAH ‘Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala nabiyyillah Muhammad al Mab’uthi rahmatan lil aalameen The creation of human beings and the jinn are not but for …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR JUMAADAL AAKHIRAT 2, 1440 (FEBRUARY 8, 2019)

TOPIC: CULTURAL/RELIGIOUS PRACTICES: FEMALE GENITAL CUT UNDER FOCUS. ‘Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala rasuluhee al kareem. Every 6th of February is the United Nations International Day For Zero Tolerance For Female Genital Mutilation and as a way …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR JUMADAL UULA 5, 1440 AH (JANUARY 11, 2019)

TOPIC: The Virtue of Unity and Danger of Disunity All praise and adoration belong to Allah the perfect being. May His peace continue to shower upon the prophet Muhammad, his companions, household, and the entire Muslims. As we move nearer to the election days in Nigeria, it is pertinent for …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR RABI’U THANNI 12, 1440 AH (DECEMBER 21, 2018)

TOPIC: SOCIAL SOLIDARITY: LESSONS FROM THE PROPHETIC TRADITIONS All praise and adoration belong to Allah the perfect being. May His peace continue to shower upon the prophet Muhammad, his companions, household, and the entire Muslims. Yesterday, just like every December 20, was the International Human Solidarity Day and it is …

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NASFAT FRIDAY WEEKLY SERMON FOR RABI’ THAANI 5, 1440 (DECEMBER 14, 2018)

TOPIC: ISLAM AND VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ‘Audhu billah minash shaytanir rajeem Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdu lil laahi Rabbil aalameen. Was salatu was salamu ala rasuluhee al kareem. Human rights advocates agree that, sixty years after its issue, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is still more a dream than …

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NASFAT Friday Weekly Sermon for 24th Safar 1440 AH (2nd November, 2018)

 Topic: TAQWA All praises and adoration belong to Allah, the Author of Qur’an and its instructions, Sole Rewarder of the acts of ibadah. May Allah continue to shower His Rahmah upon the Prophet Muhammad, his companions, households and Allah’s Sekinah over the Muslims on the path of the prophet. The …

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