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« on: Nov 24, 2012 07:22 PM »


Muslims across the world celebrate first of Muharram as the New Year. How should it really be celebrated? Is it enough to have some sweets and some talk about the story of the migration? No. It is a reminder and a lesson that needs to be studied in order to fully understand its significance. This in turn should generate personal reflection and questions for self evaluation. What did hijrah (migration) really mean? What makes it so great? What makes it so significant? How does it affect my life? How can I be inspired from it?

Kuliah Maghrib Khas 11-11-2012


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