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  1. Reported by Abu Hurairah (RA): Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “When you wear your clothes or perform your Wudu', begin with your right side.” [Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi]

  2. Narrated / Authority Of: Yahya bin Yamur

    that when Mabad discussed the problem pertaining to Divine Decree, we refuted that. He (the narrator) said: I and Humaid bin Abdur-Rahman Himyari argued. And they carried on the conversation about the purport of the hadith related by Kahmas and its chain of transmission too, and there is some variation of words.

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  3. forst of all i do not agree that you were reading since the age of six and reading it with meaning because if you were reading Quran then you should know about the story or Hazarat Loot ala aslam that why there koom was destroyed plz do read it if you can and there are many hadith as well regarding it because its not just only the Quran from which you can understand the context of the hadith are also related to it i hope you got your answer And at last if you do tooba and feel that from heart that you dis the bad thing inshallah Allah all mighty will for give you and let your parents know that you are sorry for what you did and inshallah will Ask for forgiveness from Allah and inshallah he will for give you

  4. Almost every Muslim wishes to memorise the Quran and many have embarked upon the journey of doing so, yet a number among them do this task rather haphazardly, which leads to difficulty in the process of memorisation as well as increasing their chances of forgetting what they have memorised. In view of the great need of ensuring the successful memorisation of the Quran, some practical steps toward efficient memorisation and avoiding setbacks are stated in this article:


    1. The Same Copy


    Use the same Mus-haf (copy) when you read the Quran and stick to it so that you may become familiar with it and know the sites of various verses and how to find them quickly when you revise what you have memorised.


    2. Reader


    Try to find a knowledgeable reader, such as a Shaykh (scholar) who is well versed in the rules of Tajweed (correct recitation). Start reading to him what you intend to memorise beforehand so that he may correct any wrong pronunciation.


    3. Group


    Read and memorise the Quran within a group rather than individually. Members of groups help each other in correcting mistakes and thus make the task easier. Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) said: "Whenever a group congregates in one of the houses of Allaah (i.e., Masjids) to recite the Book of Allaah (Quran) and study it, peace and mercy will descend upon them, the angels will surround them and Allaah will mention them to those with Him (i.e., the angels)." [Muslim]


    4. Repeat


    Repeat what you have memorised to yourself frequently, and the best way to do this is during the prayers.


    5. Tajweed


    Learn the basic rules of Tajweed before you start memorising and try to apply these rules while memorising. Allaah Says in the Quran (what means): "… And recite the Quran with measured recitation." [Quran 73:4]


    6. Supplication


    Supplicate to Allaah to help you in memorising what you have read of the Quran. Many Hadeeths (Prophetic narrations) point to how this is to be done.


    7. Sequence of Chapters


    Begin memorising the Quran from the last section (Juz') and work backwards, as the verses in the last section are shorter and more familiar.


    8. Audio Cassette


    Listening to an audio cassette of the Quran will assist you in memorising what you have read and make it easier for you to know the right pronunciation and intonation; however, you must choose a reader who is well known for being skilled, so that you can memorise the Quran correctly.


    9. Location


    Try to read the Quran in a quiet location and stick to this if you can, as this will put you in the right mood to memorise the Quran and keep you away from any distractions. An example of such a place is the Masjid (Mosque).


    10. Time


    Make reading and memorising the Quran a daily activity and allocate a special time devoted to this purpose. Try to choose a suitable time when you are fresh and not tired. The best time is at dawn, as Allaah Says (what means): "…Indeed, the recitation [of the Quran] at dawn is ever witnessed" [Quran 17:78] and that is after the Fajr (dawn) prayer. Avoid reading and memorising in the late evenings when you come back from work tired and sleepy, as it will be difficult for you to concentrate at that time.


    11. Understanding


    Try to understand the meaning of what you memorise, as this will assist further memorisation and enable you to act upon what you read.


    12. Review


    Always review what you have memorised and make this a regular habit; otherwise you will tend to forget what you have memorised after a while. It is advisable to review the whole Quran every thirty days. Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) said: "Take care of the Quran (by memorising it). I swear by the One in whose Hand is my soul that it is easier to slip away from you than the camels from their shackles." [Al-Bukhaari & Muslim]


    13. Encouragement


    Encouragement of your household, particularly the children, will help them to compete with each other, particularly if you also reward them with gifts. Memorising the Quran at an early age is very rewarding as the ability to register and recall knowledge and information is quicker and easier then than in later years. Also, when you get older, your responsibilities increase and you might find it difficult to find enough time to achieve your goals.


    14. Intention


    You should be sincere to Allaah and make your intention to seek the reward from Him before beginning memorising the Quran. You should feel that the Quran is there to guide mankind to good. Allaah Says in the Quran (which means): "This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allaah." [Quran 2:2]


    One should also realise the great reward of reading and studying the Quran, and there are many Hadeeths which emphasise this point. Not only are the Muslims who read the Quran rewarded, but those who listen to it are as well; Allaah Says (what means): "So when the Quran is recited, then listen to it and pay attention that you may receive mercy." [Quran 7:204]


    Reading and memorising the Quran is not difficult, and this fact was stated clearly in the Quranic verse (which means): "And We [i.e. Allaah] have certainly made the Quran easy for remembrance, so is there any who will remember?" [Quran 54:17]


    15. Avoid Ostentation


    After memorising the Quran, avoid showing off and arrogance. Being given the ability to memorise the Quran is a blessing from Allaah, and people might become proud of themselves to have accomplished this task. Some people might then want everybody to know of their achievement and thus be admired. This is a kind of Shirk (associating others with Allaah in worship) which is a dangerous and punishable act. One should be thankful to Allaah as it is He who made it easy for him to memorise and understand the Quran.


    16. Loud


    Try to read with a reasonably loud voice and listen to your reading. Avoid reading silently - this will also help you to overcome laziness and tiredness.


    17. Set an Amount to Read and Memorise


    Set a certain amount of verses to read and memorise from the Quran at every session. Start with a small amount and then increase gradually. Do not be driven by your enthusiasm as this will shortly wear out. It is more important to persevere in memorising, no matter how small the amount is.


    18. Manners


    Once you have memorised the Quran, endeavour to acquire its manners, apply it in your life and act upon it, as this obligation is more emphasised on those who know it by heart.

  5. Allah Almighty says, "Every self will taste death. You will be paid your wages in full on the Day of Rising. Anyone who is distanced from the Fire and admitted to the Garden, has triumphed. The life of this world is only the enjoyment of delusion," (3:185)

  6. How To Perform Hajj And Umrah, Rules of Hajj by holy quran online



    Sheikh Muhammad As-Salih Al-Uthaymin




    Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Universe. May peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, the last of the Prophets and messengers, and upon his family and esteemed companions.


    Hajj is one of the best forms of worship and is one of the most sublime deeds because it is one of the pillars of Islam that Allah sent Muhammad (peace be upon him) with. A servant's religion is incomplete without it.


    A form of worship is only acceptable when the following is true.


    One devotes it to Allah alone, with a desire for the Hereafter. It cannot be done with the intention of being seen among men or for worldly gain.


    One follows the Prophet's example, in words deeds. This cannot accomplished except knowledge of the Sunnah.


    Forms of Pilgrimage


    There are three forms of Hajj:


    Tamattu'- Ifrad - Qiran


    Tamattu': A pilgrim wears Ihram for Umrah only during the months of Hajj, which means when he reaches Mecca, he makes Tawaf and Sa'i for ‘Umrah. He then shaves or clips his hair. On the day of Tarwiyah, which is the eighth of Dhul-Hijjah, he puts on his Ihram for Hajj only and carries out all of its requirements.


    Ifrad: A pilgrim wears Ihram for Hajj only. When he reaches Mecca, he performs Tawaf for his arrival and Sa'i for Hajj. He doesn't shave or clip his hair as he doesn't disengage from Ihram. Instead, he remains in Ihram till after he stones Jamrat Al-'Aqabah on the Eid day. It is permissible for him to postpone his Sa'i for Hajj until after his Tawaf for Hajj.


    Qiran: A pilgrim wears Ihram for both ‘Umrah and Hajj or he wears Ihram first for ‘Umrah, then makes intentions for Hajj before his Tawaf for Hajj. The obligations on one performing Ifrad are the same as those on one performing Qiran, except that the latter must slaughter whereas the former is not obligated to do so. The best of the three forms is Tamattu'. It is the form that the Prophet (peace be upon him) encouraged his followers to perform. Even if a pilgrim makes intentions to perform Qiran or Ifrad he is allowed to change his intentions to Tamattu'; he can do this even after he has performed Tawaf and Sa'i.


    When the Prophet (peace be upon him) performed Tawaf and Sa'i during the year of the Farewell Hajj with his companions, he ordered all those who hadn't brought sacrificial animals to change their intentions for Hajj to intentions for ‘Umrah, cut their hair, and disengage from Ihram till Hajj. He said, "If I hadn't brought the sacrificial animal, I'd have done what I've ordered you to do."


    The ‘Umrah


    If a pilgrim wishes to be ritually pure for ‘Umrah, he should shed his clothing and bathe as he would after sexual defilement, if convenient. He should perfume his head and beard with the best oil he can find. There is no harm in what remains of it after Ihram.


    Bathing for Ihram is Sunnah for both men and women, including menstruating women and those experiencing postnatal bleeding. After bathing and preparing himself, a. pilgrim, other than those menstruating or experiencing postnatal bleeding, prays the obligatory prayer, if it is time. Otherwise, he makes his intention by praying the two Sunnah Rak'ah which are made each time Wudu' is performed.


    When he finishes his prayer he should say: "Here I am for ‘Umrah, here I am, Oh Allah, here I am. Here I am. You have no partner. Here I am. Surely all praise, grace and dominion is yours, and you have no partner." [Talbiyah].


    A man raises his voice when saying this and a woman says it so that only one beside her may hear her.


    One in Ihram should say the Talbiyah as often as possible, especially when times and places change. For example: when descending or ascending during travel or when day or night approach. He should also ask Allah for His pleasure, for Heaven and seek refuge in Allah's mercy from Hellfire.


    One should say the Talbiyah during ‘Umrah, starting from the time he puts on his Ihram till he starts Tawaf. During Hajj he should say it starting from the time he puts on his Ihram till he starts to stone Jamrat Al-Aqabah on the Eid day.


    When a pilgrim enters the Holy Masjid he puts forth his right foot first and says: "In the name of Allah, may peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah. Oh Allah, forgive me my sins and open to me the doors of Your mercy. I seek refuge in Allah the Almighty and in His Eminent Face and in His Eternal Dominion from the accursed Satan."


    He approaches the Black Stone, touches it with his right hand and kisses it. If this isn't possible, he should face the Black Stone and point to it.


    It is best not to push and shove, causing harm and being harmed by other people.


    When touching the Stone, a pilgrim should say the following: "In the name of Allah, Allah is the greatest. Oh, Allah, with faith in you, belief in Your book, loyalty to you, compliance to the way of your Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)."


    A pilgrim must walk, keeping the Ka'bah on his left. When he reaches the Ar-Rukn Al-Yamani he should touch, but not kiss it, and say: "Our Lord, grant us good in this life and good in the hereafter and save us from the punishment of the Hell fire. Oh Allah, I beg of You for forgiveness and health in this life and in the Hereafter."


    Each time he passes the Black Stone he should say: "Allah is the Greatest."


    During the remainder of his Tawaf he may say what he pleases of supplications, mentioning Allah, and recitation of Quran. This is because Tawaf, Sa'i, and Stoning the Jamrah have been devised for the purpose of mentioning Allah.


    During this Tawaf it is necessary for a man to do two things:


    Al-ldhteba' from the beginning of Tawaf until the end. Al-ldhteba' means placing the middle of one's Rida' under his right arm and the ends of it over his left shoulder.


    When he is finished performing Tawaf, he may return his Rida' to its original state because the time for Idhteba' is only during Tawaf.


    Al-Ramal during the first three circuits. Al-Ramal means speeding up one's pace with small steps. A pilgrim should walk at a normal pace during his last four circuits.


    When he completes seven circuits of Tawaf, he approaches Maqam Ibrahim and recites:


    And take ye the station of Abraham as a place of Prayer.


    [Noble Quran 2:125]



    He prays two short Rak'ah, as close as conveniently possible, behind Maqam Ibrahim. During the first Rak'at he recites Surah Al-Kafirun [Noble Quran, 109] and during the second one Surah Al-lkhlas [Noble Quran, 112].


    When he completes the two Rak'ah he should return to the Black Stone and touch it, if convenient. He goes out to the Mas'a and when he nears As-Safa he recites:


    Verily As-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the shrines of Allah.

    [Noble Quran 2:158]



    He ascends As-Safa until he is able to see the Ka'bah. Facing the Ka'bah and raising his hands, he praises Allah and makes any supplications he chooses. The Prophet (peace be upon him) prayed thus: "There is no Deity but Allah alone," three times, supplicating in between.


    He descends As-Safa and heads for Al-Marwah at a normal pace until he reaches the green marker. He should then run fast until the next green marker. He continues toward Al-Marwah at a normal pace. When he reaches it, he ascends it, faces the Qiblah, raises his hands and repeats what he said on As-Safa. He descends Al-Marwah heading towards As-Safa, taking care to walk where walking is designated, and run where running is designated.


    He continues this procedure until he completes seven laps. Going from As-Safa to Al-Marwah is a lap and returning is another lap.


    During his Sa'i he may recite what he wills of supplications, recitation of Quran, and mentioning Allah.


    In completion of Sa'i he shaves his head. A woman clips her hair the length of a finger tip.


    Shaving is preferable, except when Hajj is near and there isn't sufficient time for hair to grow back. In this case it's best to clip so that hair will remain for shaving during Hajj.


    With that, ‘Umrah is completed. and a pilgrim is free to dress in other clothing, wear perfume and engage in marital relations, etc


    The Hajj


    In the forenoon of the eighth day of Dhul-Hijjah, a pilgrim purifies himself once again by bathing as he did before ‘Umrah in the place in which he is staying, if convenient. He puts on his Ihram and says: "Here I am for Hajj. Here I am, oh Allah, here I am. Here I am. You have no partner. Here I am. Surely all praise, grace and dominion is yours, and you have no partners."


    If he fears that something will prevent him from completing his Hajj he should make a condition when he makes his intentions, saying: "If I am prevented by any obstacle my place is wherever I am held up." If he has no such fear, he doesn't make this condition.


    A pilgrim goes to Mina and there prays Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha' and Fajr, shortening his four unit prayers so as to make them two units each, without combining them.


    When the sun rises, he goes to Arafah and there prays Dhuhr and Asr combined at the time of Dhuhr, making each one two units. He remains in Namira Masjid until sunset if possible. He remembers Allah and makes as many supplications as possible while facing the Qiblah.


    The Prophet (peace be upon him) prayed thus: "There is no Deity but Allah alone. He has no partner. All dominion and praise are His and He is powerful over all things.


    If he grows weary it is permissible for him to engage in beneficial conversation with his companions or reading what he can find of beneficial books, especially those concerning Allah's grace and abundant gifts. This will strengthen his hope in Allah.


    He should then return to his supplications and be sure to spend the end of the day deep in supplication because the best of supplication is the supplication of the day of Arafat.


    At sunset he goes from Arafah to Muzdalifah and there prays Maghrib, Isha, and Fajr. If he is tired or has little water, it is permissible for him to combine Maghrib and Isha. If he fears that he will not reach Muzdalifah until after midnight, he should pray before he reaches it for it is not permissible to delay prayer until after midnight. He remains there, in Muzdalifah, making supplications and remembering Allah till just before sunrise.


    If he is weak and cannot handle the crowd during Ar-Ramy, it is permissible for him to go to Mina at the end of the night to stone the Jamrah before the arrival of the crowd.


    Near sunrise, a pilgrim goes from Muzdalifah to Mina. Upon reaching it he does the following:


    He throws seven consecutive pebbles at Jamrat Al-Aqabah which is the closest monument to Mecca, saying Greatest," as he: "Allah is the throws each pebble.


    He slaughters the sacrificial animal, eats some of it, and gives some to the poor. Slaughter is obligatory on the Mutamatti' and Qarin.


    He shaves or clips his hair; shaving is preferable. A woman clips her hair the length of a finger tip.


    These three should be done in the above order if convenient, but there is no restriction if one precedes another.


    With that, one is allowed to come out of Ihram. He can wear other clothing and do everything that was lawful before Ihram except engaging in marital relations.


    He goes to Mecca to perform Tawaf Al-lfadah and Sa'i, also for Hajj. It is Sunnah to put perfume on before going to Mecca.


    With the completion of this Tawaf and Sa'i, a pilgrim is allowed to do everything that was lawful before Ihram, including engaging in marital relations.


    After performing Tawaf and Sa'i, he returns to Mina to spend the nights of the eleventh and twelfth days there.


    He stones the three Jamrah in the afternoon of both the eleventh and twelfth days. He starts with the first Jamrah, which is furthest from Mecca, then the middle one, and lastly Jamrat Al-Aqabah. Each one should be stoned with seven consecutive pebbles accompanied by Takbir. He stops after the first and middle Jamrah to make supplications facing the Qiblah. It is not permissible to stone before noon on these two days. It is best to walk to the Jamrah, but riding is permissible.


    If he is in a hurry after stoning on the twelfth day, he leaves Mina before sunset. But if he wishes to prolong his stay, which is best, he spends the night of the thirteenth in Mina and stones that afternoon in the same manner as on the twelfth day.


    When he is ready to return to his country, he makes Tawaf Al-Wada', which is seven circuits around the Ka'bah. Menstruating women and women experiencing postnatal discharge are not obligated to perform Tawaf Al-Wada'.


    Visiting The Prophet's Masjid


    A pilgrim goes to Medina before or after Hajj with the intention of visiting the Prophet's Masjid and praying in it. Prayer there is better than a thousand prayers elsewhere except in the Holy Masjid in Mecca.


    Upon reaching the Masjid he prays two Rak'ah of salutation or performs any obligatory prayer that is due.


    He goes to the grave of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and he stands before it. He greets him saying the "May the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be upon you, oh Prophet. May Allah grant you a good reward on behalf of your people."


    He takes a step or two to his right to position himself before Abu Bakr and greets him saying: "May the peace, mercy, and blessing of Allah be upon you, oh Abu-Bakr, Caliph of the Messenger of Allah. May Allah be pleased with you and grant you a good reward on behalf of Muhammad's people."


    Then he takes a step or two to his right to position himself before Umar and greets him saying: "May the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you, oh Umar, Prince of the believers. May Allah be pleased with you and grant you a good reward on behalf of Muhammad's people."


    In a state of purity, he goes to pray in Quba' Mosque.


    He goes to Al-Baqi' to visit Uthman's grave. He stands before it and greets him saying: "May the peace, mercy and blessing of Allah be upon you,


    Oh Uthman Prince of the believers. May Allah be pleased with you and grant you a good reward on behalf of Muhammad's people." He greets any other Muslims in Al-Baqi'.


    He goes to Uhud and visits the grave of Hamzah and the other martyrs there with him. He greets them and prays to Allah to grant them forgiveness, mercy, and pleasure.




    The following is incumbent upon the Muhrim for Hajj or ‘Umrah:


    That he be committed to Allah's religious obligations upon him such as prayer in its time (in congregation for men).


    That he avoids what Allah has prohibited such as obscenity, inequity, and disobedience. if anyone undertakes Hajj therein. Let there be no obscenity, nor wickedness, nor wrangling during Hajj.

    [Noble Quran 2:197]



    That he avoids harming the Muslims with words or actions within the Masha'ir or elsewhere.


    That he avoids all of the restrictions of Ihram:

    He shouldn't cause the loss of any of his hair or nails. A prick by a thorn and the like is unobjectionable, even if there is bleeding.



    He shouldn't perfume himself, his clothing, his food or his drink after entering Ihram. He should also abstain from cleansing himself with scented soap. There is no harm in what remains of the effect of perfume used prior to Ihram.



    He shouldn't touch, kiss, etc. his spouse out of passion and, even worse, shouldn't have sexual intercourse.



    He shouldn't be wed or propose to a woman for himself or others.



    He shouldn't wear gloves, although there is no harm in wrapping the hands in cloth. This ruling goes for both men and women.



    The following pertains specifically to men:

    He cannot cover his head with something that touches it, although there is no harm in the use of an umbrella, the roof of a car or tent for shade. There is also no harm in carrying his baggage atop his head. b) He cannot wear a shirt, turban, hooded cloak trousers, or shoes. Only if he is unable to obtain an Izar or sandals can he wear trousers or shoes.



    He cannot wear anything with the same qualities of the above mentioned such as an Aba'ah, hat, undershirt, etc.



    It is permissible for him to wear sandals, rings, glasses, a hearing aid, a watch, worn on his wrist or hung from his neck, or a speech aid. It is permissible for him to cleanse himself with unscented cleansers and to wash and scratch his head and body, even if some of his hair falls unintentionally. In such a case there is no obligation on him because of it.


    A woman cannot wear a Niqab or Burqa'. The Sunnah is for her to uncover her face except if men not related to her might see her, in which case it is obligatory for her to cover her face during Ihram and otherwise.


    Allah is the giver of success. May His blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad and all of his family and companions.

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