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RIGHTS OF NEIGHBORS

  Islam has great respect for all the relations and the human interactions a person comes across in his lifetime. Neighbors have always been given an imperative place in Islam. Apart from family and relatives, there is a permanent interaction between two neighbors, Islam emphasizes every Muslim to

03.19.2014 | Hadith, Islam, Quran, Sunnah |

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WEDDINGS AS A PART OF THE PROPHET’S TRADITION

When you are invited to a wedding, it is fine to join the celebration unless there are prohibited acts being performed. Attending a wedding is part of the Sunnah of our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W), as Islam regards marriage as an act of adoration and obedience to Allah. Islam approves performing marriag

03.19.2013 | Islam, Sunnah |

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Manners in Islam- entering a house

Islam is a way of life, it teaches every human being the values that one needs to fulfill his or her duties. Islam even teaches us the everyday manners. It teaches us to Enter or leave our house with our right foot first, as it was the sunnah (The way The beloved Prophet used to act) Imaam Abul Ala

03.9.2013 | Hadith, Islam, Quran, Sunnah |

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Bismillah - In the Name of Allah

Bismillah – In the Name of Allah

Purpose of the Bismillah  Of all the good practices founded by Islam is the practice of that a person should begin all his actions in the name of Allah. To remember Allah before any action is a way of admitting that everything is created by Allah and whatever the action or skill is going to

01.27.2013 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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Islamic greetings (Assalam-o-Alaikum)

Everyone has a custom of greeting one another, and every group has its own distinguishing greeting that differentiates them from other people. The Arabs used to meet one another with the words “An’im sabaahan” or “An’imu sabaahan” [same as “Good morning” – Translator]. When I

01.12.2013 | Hadith, Islam |

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Importance of Honesty In Islam

Importance of Honesty In Islam

Islam commands the Muslims to be honest to himself and to others. This order recurrently comes in the Noble Qur’an and the hadith of Prophet Muhammad (SAWS). Islam orders the Muslim to tell the truth even if it is against the ones own interest. Islam orders him not to cheat or betray other people.

01.1.2013 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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Love of Allah and Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

Love of Allah and Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

Loving Allah is the Ultimate goal. The most beautiful, the most sincere, the most exalted kind of love is most undoubtedly the love of the One Allah for Whom hearts were created to love, and for Whom creation was brought into life to adore. Allah is the One to Whom hearts turn in love, exhala

12.27.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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Rights of Neighbours In Islam

Rights of Neighbours In Islam

And be good to the neighbour who is your relative and to the neighbour who is not a relative . . . (Qur'an, 4:36) Islam orders every muslim to be kind and loving towards his neighbours. Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi explains it further in his book 'Muslim Way Of Life" page number 12: 1. Deal with

11.14.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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Taqwa - Fearing Allah and to avoid sinning

Taqwa – Fearing Allah and to avoid sinning

Taqwa is an arabic word that literally means to "to protect oneself" or "be wary"of something or someone. Taqwah is avoid the sins and establish one's self in such a way that they fear Allah and so, submit their will to Allah. "O you who believe! fear Allah as He should be feared and die not exce

11.12.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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Parents In Islam

Parents In Islam

Among all the human relations Islam exalts the rank of parents above all relations. Parents accept us for who we are, and nothing can ever repay that but, to be grateful to them in every condition and every moment. Quran says in Surah Luqman: "And We have enjoined upon man [care] for his par

11.11.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran |

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