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  1. Hadith

    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. Prayer Times

    Nice information about the prayer timings. read quran, learn quran
  3. Islam in Afghanistan: The Islamic state

    Afghanistan is a muslim state. But all their earnings come from smuggling weapons etc. How one can justify is their earning according to Islam?
  4. Fifty Things To Do In Hajj

    Great post. Very helpful to knowledge.
  5. What Do You Like About Islam?

    Islam is the only religion which gives us the right path to live our lives. We should pray to Allah and keep fast.
  6. Islam in Egypt

    I am proud to be a muslim.
  7. What Do You Like About Islam?

    The best thing about Islam is that it teaches us MUSAWAT, AMAN, and a peaceful life to live.
  8. What Do You Like About Islam?

    I am proud to be Muslim. Islam gives us freedom. We pray five times a day. Allah forgives us whenever we make a dua and do taubah.
  9. Who Is Allah?

    Allah is the one and only the all mighty who created the world and is the lord of the earth and the universe
  10. Regarding History Of Quranic Text

    i dont thing that its the correct history that you are reading and feel like there are to many changes in it
  11. How To Learn To Read Arabic.

    i think there was a site understand quran or so i is a good site go on
  12. Hoors Of Paradise- For Men Only?

    mashallah nice post interesting to hear that as well
  13. Shahada

    there are thing which are prohabite to say and if you do so then you have to do tooba from heart and say Sahada again
  14. Words Of Wisdom From The Quran

    Believers, why do you say what you do not execute? It is most offensive in the sight of Allah when you say what you do not practice! -Qur'an, As-Saff, Surah 61:2-3
  15. Hadith

    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.
  16. The Dislike Of The Salaf In Giving Faataawaa

    well intresting to read all of your views
  17. I'm Not Sure If It's Ok To Ask?

    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
  18. Quran

    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.
  19. A Fated Day To Die

    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)
  20. Call Towards Piety And Goodness With Gentleness

    brother then you should be involved to the Muslim brothers and sisters and then compare that how welcoming are they and inshallah Islam will guide you then to the right path
  21. Hello I'm Here To Learn

    inshallah we will help you in all the means as we could
  22. Tony Blair's sister-in-law converts to Islam quran from LONDON: Former British prime minister Tony Blair's sister-in-law Lauren Booth revealed over the weekend that she has converted to Islam. Booth, who is half-sister to Cherie Blair and a Catholic by birth, switched faith after a recent visit to Iran. A human rights campaigner and journalist, she works for Press TV, Iran's 24-hour English language international news channel. News of Booth's conversion surfaced after she was showcased at a rally here under the banner of Global Peace and Unity 2010, attended by several Islamic hardliners. It was a propaganda coup for those who militantly propagate Islam. Booth (43), who has once figured in a reality television contest, told a section of British media, ``I had a delightful experience at a Muslim shrine in Iran six weeks ago. I now pray five times a day and occasionally go to a Masjid. And I haven't had an alcoholic drink for 45 days.'' Booth now covers her head and neck with hijab when outside her home (and doesn't rule out wearing a burqa in future), no longer eats pork and reads the Quran every day. She conceded that her decision to convert might create a controversy. ``Every action sparks a reaction,'' she said. Cherie Blair, a practising Catholic, and her husband Tony, who converted from the Church of England to Roman Catholicism in 2007, were unavailable for comment. Last month, Booth accused Blair of lacking impartiality in his current role as Middle East envoy. Having earlier protested against Britain's involvement in the 2003 United Stated-led invasion of Iraq, she said her brother-in-law could not be a balanced negotiator between Palestinians and israelis because he was prejudiced against Muslims. In a letter published in the Morning Star, a communist daily, she described participating in a rally in Iran where mothers reportedly wept over deaths in Palestinian cities like Rafah and Nablus. "Do you recognise these place names, Tony?'' she asked. ``israel has massacred children in all these cities in recent years,'' she reminded him.
  23. Yemen... Who's Terrorizing Who?

    i would agree the brother Al faqeer and i feel that we should become strong enough and peaceful enough that they do not even think of attacking us
  24. What Allah Hates...

    brother i once found a pdf book related to this topic but want a online copy of that one if you could guide me on to that it would be kind of you
  25. mashallah its a nice video i liked it very much nice video
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