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Contact Lens User Be Careful

A 21 year old guy, he used to wear a pair of contact lenses, during a barbecue party. While, barbecuing he stared at the fire charcoals continuously for 2-3 minutes. After a few minutes,
he started to scream for help and moved rapidly, jumping up and down. No one in the party knew why he was doing this? Then he was admitted into the Hospital, the doctor said he'll be blind permanently because of the contact lenses that he had worn. Contact lenses are made by plastics, and the heat from the charcoal melted his contact lenses.


Leçon 63: Face of Allah

Al-Rahman (The Merciful) - Chapter 55: Verses 26-27

"All that is on earth will perish, but the Face of your Lord will abide forever - Full of
Majesty, Bounty and Honour."

To entice us to remember Him and to love Him Allah has used the beautiful words Wajh Allah or the Face of Allah in this verse.

Best-Winner System

par Abu Abdallah

Il y a une impression que le best-loser system est unanimement demandé par la communauté musulmane. Qu’il sert à protéger ses intérêts uniquement. Qu’il n’a bénéficié qu’aux musulmans, sinon surtout à cette communauté. Que sans ce mécanisme, l’avenir des musulmans est en danger.
Or il n’y a rien de plus inexact. Les fait démontrent que même la communauté dite ‘’majoritaire’’ a eu son député correctif dans le passé. Que la plus vilaine manipulation du système a été faite lors des dernières élections en abusant de l’appellation de ‘’population générale’’. La première fois lors des élections, ensuite informellement quand les ministres étaient désignés. Un candidat sino-mauricien récoltant une seule voix seulement aurait pu faire son entrée au Parlement… s’il était sous la bannière de l’ex- parti de Dieu. Et qui peut affirmer que les députés correctifs de la communauté musulmane ne font que servir celle-ci uniquement, ou même un peu ? Une fois élus, comme les autres députés, ils sont d’abord au service de la nation. En théorie, tout au moins…

I Couldn't Believe God Died!

Abdur Raheem Green, formerly Anthony Vatswaf Galvin Greenabdur raheem green

Let me introduce myself and my background.
I was born in Tanzania in Dar es Salaam.
My father at the time was a colonial administrator in the now defunct British empire.
An empire that stretched once upon a time not that long ago over one third of the earth’s surface.
Now the only thing left is some islands in the Falklands and that’s all that’s left there. How things changed!
How the mighty have fallen!
This is a lesson that Allah the Almighty tells us in the Quran to travel the earth and see the consequence. See what happened to people who came before you, who were mightier in power and strength and see what’s left of them.
So anyway back to my father, a colonial administrator in Tanzania where I was born, and my parents named me Anthony Vatswaf Galvin Green. OK, I thought you were going to laugh! Vatswaf is a Polish name because my mother in fact is Polish.

Afro-Arab Cooperation

by Assad Bhuglah

The Afro-Arab relations can be traced back thousands of years ago when the African and Arab coasts of the Indian Ocean served an important platform of interaction between the two regions. Mauritius, which was initially known as Dina Arabi, had been one of the transit points of the maritime trade route used by Arab mariners. Due to the strategic and economic importance of Africa and the Arab lands, both of them have suffered same experience from the colonial and imperialist forces. Geographical proximity, history and cultural links have helped the peoples of the two regions to forge solidarity and common front against colonial exploitation, dependence and backwardness.

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