Nasmira Firdous has a Masters Degree in Nutrition and is a Health Writer by profession. Currently pursuing Bachelors of Arts in Islamic Studies from Islamic Online University, she believes in balancing deen and dunya to climb the ladder of success. Apart from being passionate about painting, crocheting and blogging, she loves to string her thoughts together by writing articles that would empower Muslims with beneficial knowledge and graceful confidence, helping them become the torchbearers of Islam.
A regular contributor for Productive Muslim, Habibi Halaqas and The Ideal Muslimah, www.diffrntstrokes.wordpress.com gives a sneak peek into her world. A proud student of IOU's Global Quran Memorization Center, she wants to complete her hifdh and implement the glorious words of Allah in her day-to-day life.
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Riba is one of the most heinous and severely admonished sins in Islam. It brings upon one the wrath of Allah the All-Mighty and makes one's wealth devoid of barakah and blessings. It is a duty upon us to be well-informed of the consequences of engaging in this forbidden act in order to effectively prevent ourselves from falling into it.