Author: Gulhan Eryegit Yoldas

Visionaire Online: Transform your life with dua

If you’re reading this, know that you’ve been guided here for a reason.   There are two things that happen when you take the plunge and sign up for Visionaire Online: 1. You make a conscious decision to change aspects of your life through powerful, structured dua and 2. You become infinitely more certain that your duas are heard and will manifest. For those who haven’t already experienced the intensity, clarity and strategy Visionaire Online offers, it goes for two weeks and is run by the Sheikh Muhammad Alshareef. It’s a program that attracts hundreds of Muslims from every...

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Australia, where’s the love?

It’s a good time to be a divorce lawyer in Australia this year.   With more marriages falling apart than ever before, the next generation are beginning to question if getting married at all is even worth the trouble.  In the age of disposable relationships, it’s never been so easy to call it quits. While divorce lawyers everywhere might be rubbing their hands in anticipation we need to remind ourselves the importance of marriage, and maintaining the stability of the core family unit, as a nation. Marriage is the beginning of family.  If you want to look at how...

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Boycotting Halal – Bad for Australian Business

In Australia there are groups and websites dedicated to scouting out halal certification on Australian products and boycotting them instead of applauding them and celebrating their success in award ceremonies across the country. It’s embarrassing. When you see a halal logo on any product it’s easy to assume that the company decided to print that logo to cater to the dietary requirements of the tiny 2% of the Australian population who are Muslim, less than half a million people. For that to make good business sense that 2% would need to be consuming more of that product than the...

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Melbourne Car attack: Gargasoulas not a terrorist?

Muslims all over Melbourne held their breath as the identity of the Melbourne’s Bourke Street car attack ‘terrorist’ was released.   The massacre, that took the life of five people including a 3 months old Muslim baby Zachary Bryan and injured more than 15 people took place on Friday 20 January 2017. What followed was a huge sigh of relief.  Thank God he didn’t say he was Muslim.  Thank God there won’t be another wave of racism and retaliation against the Muslim communities in Australia.  Thank God this time we get to mourn the loss of lives in this...

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Forced Underage Marriage – Islam Says NO

There is a misconception that ‘forced’ marriage of any kind is acceptable in Islam.  Recently headlines were made when an Imam was charged with conducting the forced marriage of a minor.  The ‘groom’ was also charged.  The parents, for some reason, and anyone else that stood by and let it happen, were not charged.  There is no room in Islam for forced marriages. Islam is very clear on the conditions of marriage.  Gaining consent from both the bride and the groom as well as gaining the consent of the bride’s parent or ‘walee’, having witnesses to the ceremony and...

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