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ISCS Football Team

Posted: March 21, 2011 in BSC Announcements
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This is a list of the ISCS soccer team, according to the P.E. Teacher- Tr. Diaa











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The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It starts developing three weeks after conception, and at birth has as many neurons as stars in the Milky Way galaxy. When the baby is exposed to different stimuli, it forms synapses along the neurons that were used to transport and process the information. The synapses become increasingly stable with frequent usage.

Neural growth and development is influenced by genetic and environmental factors alike. Critical windows of opportunity are prime time frames when the brain acts as a sponge – absorbing and processing a lot more environmental stimulus than at any other time in life. It is important that the brain is exposed to as many external stimuli as possible during this period, so that a maximum number of stable synapses are formed. Read the rest of this entry »

Salah You deserve Reward

Posted: March 10, 2011 in ISCS Student Work

At 5:45 you hear the azan while in bed
We repeat after the imam and say what should be said
Getting out of bed when he says ‘ Prayer is better then sleep ‘
the satan now losing hope and starting to weep.

We make ablution by washing
our hands, face and arms
wiping over our head and cleansing our feet for blessing and charms,
Doing the fard with the intention of getting forgiven and staying away from harms. Read the rest of this entry »

Before the day of reckoning
A time will come
When each heart will change
Joined they will become,
as if they are of one blood.
March, they will then
on the eternal city
The city built on blood.
The city, who’s walls we will quake.
The city who’s ground will crack,
With each stoke of our drum.

A single battle cry is all it’ll take,
To break every fibre in hearts that believe in the fake.
Victory will then be blessed
To those with angels among them

– Salman Burhan

AUTHOR: Imaam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah
SOURCE: Faid-ur-Rahmaan fee Al-Fawaa’id-il-Hisaan (No. 1, pg. 30-32)

1. How can anyone who has common sense trade Paradise and what is in it for the pleasure of one hour?

2. When you fear the creation, you feel repelled by it and run away from it, but when you fear the Creator, you feel close to Him and run towards Him.

3. If knowledge without action were of benefit, why did Allaah condemn the scholars of the People of the Book? And if action without sincerity were of benefit, why did He condemn the hypocrites? Read the rest of this entry »

Purity – طهارة

Posted: March 7, 2011 in ISCS Student Work

Purity is a simple thing that can be easily missed. It is simple and important. Before a Muslim performs any act of worship he should be in a state of Taharah.

Now Taharah includes, Keeping nails short, cleaning appropriately after call of nature, making wudu’ and performing gusl.

Why Purity is so important, this is all explained in a Hadith in which the Prophet (SAW) says “Verily Purity is HALF of Faith(iman)” Read the rest of this entry »