“Come to the Musjid” – A Brother’s Voice

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Focusing on Allah’s Love

MV: The following is an article showing the purpose of Focusing on Allah’s Love. Not only as Muslims but as creations of Allah SWT we have to focus on Allah’s Love. In Surah Al-fatiah it say: “You alone we worship, You alone we ask for help”(1:5) Allah SWT, being the one we worship and the one we seek aid from, should always be remembered by us. Whenever we preform any task we should always be conscious of Allah and always show our love to him. Instead of focusing on worldly pleasures we forget that this life is short and the next one is for eternity. … Continue reading Focusing on Allah’s Love

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The Closeness Between You and Allah (SWT)

MV:  What many Muslims do not know, is the closeness between them and Allah (swt). When one recites Surah Al- Fatiah in Salat, it is actually becomes a conversation between the reciter and Allah (swt). This is proven in Hadith 8 in the Forty Hadith Qudsi. On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), who said: “A prayer performed by someone who has not recited the Essence of the Qur’an (1) During it is deficient (and he repeated the word three times), incomplete. “Someone said to Abu … Continue reading The Closeness Between You and Allah (SWT)

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At-Tayammum and How To Perform It

MV: At-Tayammum is how you get ready for salah by doing wadhu or ablution when water is not available.  Tayammum can be used if  there is only an enough amount of water for drinking or when the water is damaging to one’s health. If one is not able to do wadhu then he is permitted by Allah (swt) to preform Tayammum. Allah says in the Quran: O you who believe! When you intend to offer As-Salat (the prayer), wash your faces and your hands (forearms) up to the elbows, rub (by passing wet hands over) your heads, and (wash) your feet up to … Continue reading At-Tayammum and How To Perform It

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Why We Fast in Ramadan

MV: Why do we Fast in Ramadan? We fast for many reasons, one is to forgive our sins another is that allows us to control our desires. No matter what YOU should fast and you should know why. Why should you fast? The main purpose of fasting is described in the Quran as “so that you may attain Taqwa or God-consciousness.” Fasting is thus yet another instrument for bringing us closer to our natural state, our state of Fitrah and for cleansing this state from the dross of any disobedience and corruption. “Fasting is a shield,” said the noble Prophet … Continue reading Why We Fast in Ramadan

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