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Saleh (Peace be upon him) and Quom(Nation) of Samood

Saleh (Peace be upon him) and Quom(Nation) of Samood

Prophet Saleh (Peace be upon him) was sent to the nation of samood. He was sent there for the same purpose as the messengers before him, to warn the people against idol worshipping, and to worship only Allah, and to beware of the Shaitan (The devil). But like the nations before, the nation of s

11.25.2012 | 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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Importance of Education In Islam

Importance of Education In Islam

When Prophet Adam (Peace be upon him) was created, he was exalted from all the other creations of Allah on the basis of Knowledge. In Surat Al-Baqarah [2:31-34] Allah says: And He taught Adam the names - all of them. Then He showed them to the angels and said, Inform Me of the names of these, if y

11.5.2012 | Islam, Quran, Sunnah |

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The Islamic festival – Eid Ul Azha (Feast of the Sacrifice)

The Islamic festival – Eid Ul Azha (Feast of the Sacrifice)

  It is also called Eid e Qurbaan, The word "Qurbaani" in Persian and Urdu language is derived from the Arabic word of 'Qurban'. It means an act performed to seek nearness, to achieve an exalted status in front of Almighty Allah and to seek His good pleasure. Originally, the word 'Qurban' ha

10.24.2012 | Events, Hadith, Islam, Quran, Stories of Prophets, Sunnah |

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The fourth pillar of Islam- Roza/ fasting / sawm

The fourth pillar of Islam- Roza/ fasting / sawm

Roza/sawm or fasting is obligation (Farz) in Islam. Every Muslim has to offer prayers (Namaz) 5 times a day and has to similarly has to keep fast in the Holy month of Ramadan mubarik, which is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In the Quran Allah pak says in Surah Baqarah: "The month o

10.12.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran, Sunnah |

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Rights of Married Women In Islam (Wives in Islam)

Rights of Married Women In Islam (Wives in Islam)

Marriage and Women In Islam The sacred bond of matrimony has granted women many rights in Islam. Quran has held the bond of marriage in the highest regard and in Surat Ar-Rum, Allah says: "And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquility in them;

10.1.2012 | Hadith, Islam, Quran, Sunnah |

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The third pillar of Islam- Zakah (The Islamic Charity)

The third pillar of Islam- Zakah (The Islamic Charity)

Zakat is basically the donation obligated for every Muslim who has a smart amount of money or valuables saved till the end of Islamic fiscal year. The donation or zakat is 2.5% of the valuables or money, which can be given to relatives, the poor and the needy. This zakat is not something that starte

09.26.2012 | Islam, Quran |

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Muslim Daughters In Islam

Muslim Daughters In Islam

Daughters In Islam: Women in Islam are given privilege for being women, daughters for example, in Islam daughters are considered as a blessing. Our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) progeny continued through a daughter.  Therefore if a daughter is born in a Muslim house, then that man automat

09.26.2012 | Quran |

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