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Sweety Honey Facts


Honey can increase the lifespam of antibiotic in our body

Honey is a complicated compound that is consists of 800 molecules

This complication makes it difficult for scientists to fully understand the honey's mechanism of resisting and killing the bacteria

become able to inhibit bacteria from multiplying and making new generations that have the ability to resist to antibiotics

Allah almighty says:”And your Lord inspired the bee, saying: " Take you habitations in the mountains and in the trees and in what they erect* Then, eat of all fruits, and follow the ways of your Lord made easy (for you)." There comes forth from their bellies, a drink of varying color wherein is healing for men. Verily, in this is indeed a sign for people who think" [An-Nahl 68-69].

Honey is useful for treating burns, cuts, pyorrhea and it, is good for skin, cold and virus infections. So, we must have honey and use it both for food and medicine; especially for children!

Why you should eat dates? Figure out these facts!!

Dates are loaded with high dietary fiber, and   dismissive quantities of calories, fat, cholesterol and sodium make this fruit a vital source of nutrients.Dates are energy boosters with naturally occurring sugars such as fructose, glucose and sucrose that provide the body with loads of energy.
Maintain a healthy nervous system and metabolism:
Dates are one of the best natural sources of potassium, an essential mineral needed by the body to maintain muscle contractions, and smooth functioning of the heart muscles. We do not store potassium in our bodies, a regular consumption of dates keeps potassium levels replenished, and maintains a healthy nervous system and metabolism.

Healthy Bone Development:
Calcium and magnesium in dates ensure healthy bone development.

Help Fight Infections and Diseases:
Important vitamins, like vitamin A and a variety of B-complex vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, etc) help fight off infection and disease. Dates contain amino acids that smooth digestion while their nicotinic content helps cure intestinal problems.
For Digestive System and Prevent Cancers:
Date consumption inhibits the growth of pathological organisms, and promotes friendly bacteria in the intestines. They also have a laxative effect on the digestive system. It has been stated that the positive effect on our digestive system which come from the dates help to prevent certain cancers.

7 Tips for Muslim Youth in Dawah


Tip #1 : Make Your Intention Sincere.

All work we do should ideally be for the sake of Allah. That includes the task of bringing someone closer to Allah. That of course means this should not be connected to arrogance.

Tip # 2 : Practice What You Preach

Not practicing what you preach is wrong and you will lose the confi dence of anyone, young or old, once they figure you out. Don't do it.

Tip # 3 : Use The Quran & Seerah (biography of the Prophet peace be upon him) As Dawa Guides

Read and understand those chapters of the Quran which talk about how the Prophets presented the message of Islam to their people. Read the Seerah (for some good Seerah books)to see especially how the Prophet Muhammad brought Islam to so many different people

Tip # 4 : Talk To People As If You Really Dont Know Them

Don't assume you know someone just by looking at them.By looking their cloth and others.Maybe he was never really taught Islam deeply.

Tip # 5 : Smile

Did you know the Prophet was big on smiling? But many "practicing" Muslims seem to have "their faces on upside down" as one speaker once said-frowning and serious.

Tip # 6 : Get Them Involved In Volunteer Work With You

If you are already involved in the community, get your friend to help out. Ask them to make a flyer for one of your youth group's events or brainstorm for ideas about activities to hold this school year. This involvement makes them feel part of the Muslim community and

deepens your friendship

Tip # 7 : Emphasize Praying 5 Times A Day Before Any Other
Aspect Of Islam

Don't emphasize any other aspect of Islam until your friend starts making a real effort to pray five times a day

Quick Facts About Camel

Camel oh Camel
Have they not looked at the camel - how it was created? (Surah al-Ghashiyya, 17) …

A female camel is called a cow, a male camel is called a bull and a baby camel is called a calf.

The hump on the camel’s back is a lump of fat.

Camels do not chew the food and swallow it instead. They regurgitate and chew the cud later.

Camels shed their coat each year.

Camels have two layers of thick eyelashes to protect them from the dust.

Camels have paddy hoofs, with two toes to protect them from sinking in the sand.

Baby camels are born without a hump

Camels have three chambers in their stomach.

Camels can eat thorny twigs without hurting its mouth.

Camels can live without water for days and even months.

A camel can drink about 200 liters of water in a day.

The body temperature of the camel rises during the day and cools off during the night.

Camels can close their nostrils or leave a small opening to prevent sand from entering inside.

Camel’s ears are very small and hairy but their hearing power is very strong.

What if?

What if...

What if Allah couldn't take the time to bless us today because we couldn't take the time to thank Him yesterday ?

What if Allah decided to stop leading us tomorrow because we didn't follow Him today ?

What if we never saw another flower bloom because we grumbled when Allah sent the Rain ?

What if Allah didn't walk with us today because we failed to recognize it as His day?

What if Allah took away the Quran tomorrow because we would not read it today ?

What if Allah took away His message because we failed to listen to the messenger ?

What if the door of the Mosque was closed because we didn't open the door of our heart ?

What if Allah stopped loving and caring for us because we failed to love and care for others ?

What if Allah would not hear us today because we would not listen to Him ?

What if Allah answered our prayers the way we answer His calls ?

What if Allah met our needs the way we give Him our lives ?