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#IslamicHotspotTV: Ramadan Recipe Episode 1 by Fatimah Elebute

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Ramadan recipe is a program anchored by Fatimah Elebute and brought to you by Islamic Hotspot Africa, to educate, guide and discuss trending topics with the objective to assure the utmost benefit from the month of Ramadan. Watch, enjoy and share your feelings Don’t forget to Subscribe for more updates! You can Also Follow Us:
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3 COMMENTS

  1. Salam Alaykum Waramotullah Wabarakatuhu.. I really appreciate the topic, it’s very interesting and educative.
    I’m totally against the idea of using social media during Ramadan, I seconded sister zeenat for making us realise that social media may depreciate Reward, social media nowadays has gone beyond what we can control within a glance, 50% of bad influences are learnt and found on social media, there’s no how you would log in to Facebook that you would not come across immoral and vicious post, would you unfollow all your friends because you don’t want to watch what they post, just impossible. Staying on social media during Ramadan to do something important is just like following your friend to a night club with the excuse that you would not do anything sinful( For you to have attended the club is a sin )
    We should be enlightened to at least endure the 14hours between sahur and iftar to worship Allah in our best ways rather than encouraging us on the use of Social Media while we are supposed to worship. Me as an example, I’m use to social media even during fasting and I did come across deprave post , should we continue saying Astagfirulah countless times on what we can endure? …

  2. Salam Alaykum Waramotullah Wabarakatuhu.. I really appreciate the topic, it’s very interesting and educative.
    I’m totally against the idea of using social media during Ramadan, I seconded sister zeenat for making us realise that social media may depreciate Reward, social media nowadays has gone beyond what we can control within a glance, 50% of bad influences are learnt and found on social media, there’s no how you would log in to Facebook that you would not come across immoral and vicious post, would you unfollow all your friends because you don’t want to watch what they post, just impossible. Staying on social media during Ramadan to do something important is just like following your friend to a night club with the excuse that you would not do anything sinful( For you to have attended the club is a sin )
    We should be enlightened to at least endure the 14hours between sahur and iftar to worship Allah in our best ways rather than encouraging us on the use of Social Media while we are supposed to worship. Me as an example, I’m use to social media even during fasting and I did come across deprave post , should we continue saying Astagfirulah countless times on what we can endure? …

  3. Salam Alaykum Waramotullah Wabarakatuhu.. I really appreciate the topic, it’s very interesting and educative.
    I’m totally against the idea of using social media during Ramadan, I seconded sister zeenat for making us realise that social media may depreciate Reward, social media nowadays has gone beyond what we can control within a glance, 50% of bad influences are learnt and found on social media, there’s no how you would log in to Facebook that you would not come across immoral and vicious post, would you unfollow all your friends because you don’t want to watch what they post, just impossible. Staying on social media during Ramadan to do something important is just like following your friend to a night club with the excuse that you would not do anything sinful( For you to have attended the club is a sin )
    We should be enlightened to at least endure the 14hours between sahur and iftar to worship Allah in our best ways rather than encouraging us on the use of Social Media while we are supposed to worship. Me as an example, I’m use to social media even during fasting and I did come across deprave post , should we continue saying Astagfirulah countless times on what we can avoid? …

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