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  1. Types Of Sadaqah (charity)

    In Islam, Sadaqah is very encouraged because with that you can help many poor and needy people and it will also help the Islamic organizations to propagate the message of Islam across the globe.
  2. Zakat

    Zakah calculator is a very wonderful service which will facilitate the users to know the exact amount of Zakat not only this you can also get to know about the rulings of Zakat and who are entitled to receive it.
  3. Ramadan, The Month Of Rewards

    Ramadan is the most valuable month in the Islamic calendar (Hijri) and it is obligatory for the Muslims to fast in the month of Ramadan. www.dawateislami.net/blog/the-chief-of-all-the-months
  4. Fasting

    Ramadan is a golden opportunity for us to make repentance and to seek salvation by supplicating in the noblest court of Allah.
  5. Prohibtions While Fasting

    Ramadan is the most valuable month in the Islamic calendar (Hijri) and it is obligatory for the Muslims to fast in the month of Ramadan.
  6. Shab E Baraat

    Shab e Barat is the night which contain many virtues in which the deeds of the people are presented in the exalted court of Allah so we should try our level best and make sure that when our deeds are presented in the blessed court of Allah we are in a position of worship and the best way to complete this noble cause is to observe fast.
  7. About Laylat Al Qadr

    Many Muslims in celebrate Laylat al-Qadr, also spelled as Laylat al-Qadr or Shab-e-Qadr, which most likely falls on one of the last 10 days of the Islamic month of Ramadan. Also called the Night of Power or the Night of Destiny, it commemorates the night when Allah revealed the Qur’an , which is the Islamic holy book. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/the-chief-of-all-the-months/the-chief-of-all-the-months
  8. The 27th date of Rajab which is the seventh month in the Islamic calendar is considered as Shab e Meraj i.e. the night of ascension in which the Beloved and Blessed Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) were taken on a journey from Makkah to Bait-ul-Maqdas, from Bait-ul-Muqaddas to skies and beyond. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/journey-of-meraj
  9. Lailatul Me’raj is the night in which Rasoolullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) ascended to the heavens and beyond to meet his Rabb. It is a miracle that was not granted to anyone else before nor will it be granted to anyone in the future. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/journey-of-meraj
  10. The month of Sha'ban contains uncountable benefits and the 15th night of this month is special as it is a night when Muslims worship whole night and look for their pardoning and salvation in the court of Almighty Allah. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/shab-e-barat
  11. Shab E Baraat

    There are numerous traditions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in which he relates the unique blessings of the 15th of Shaban, Shabe Barat. https://www.dawateislami.net/blog/shab-e-barat
  12. Miswak

    The usage of Miswak is a way of cleaning the mouth and is pleasing to Allah (The Almighty). The Miswak is a stick through which a person cleans the mouth. A great Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).https://www.dawateislami.net/medialibrary/46305
  13. Quran

    The message of the Holy Quran is to make us realize that we have been created for a particular purpose that is to worship Allah.
  14. Isthakara

    Our view point as regards (Istikhara) is asking for goodness and willingness from Almighty Allah the most Magnificent. Our free online Istikhara services entail that once we anticipate a very significant work, we are sure to take advice before starting a task. https://www.dawateislami.net/rohaniilaj/istikhara
  15. The Zakat

    The literal meaning of Zakat is ‘to cleanse’ or ‘purification’. In the Islamic faith, Zakat means purifying your wealth for the will of Allah to acknowledge that everything we own belongs to Allah SWT and to work towards the betterment of the Muslim Ummah. According to Islamic regulations, Zakat is 2.5% of one year’s total cumulative wealth. This amount is then distributed to the poor. Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) has said “Whoever pays the zakat on his wealth will have its evil removed from him.