Heart Trembling Verses from Surah Az-Zumar (Chapter 39)

MV: Aselamulaikum, I would like to share some really interesting verses from Surah Az-Zumar: On the Day of Judgement will you see those who told lies against Allah;― their faces will be turned black; is there not in Hell an abode for the Haughty? (60) But Allah will deliver the righteous to their place of salvation: no evil shall touch them, nor shall they grieve. (61) Allah is the Creator of all things, and He is the Guardian and Disposer of all affairs. (62) To Him belongs the keys of the heavens and the earth: and those who reject the Signs of Allah― … Continue reading Heart Trembling Verses from Surah Az-Zumar (Chapter 39)

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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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The Manners of Speaking in Islam

MV: Aselamulaikum! In Islam theres always the right “manners” of doing things. The Manner of Conversation is an example of that. Basically you cant just go up to a guest that come over your house to visit and be like, “yooo sonnn! how you doin man, what down in the hood?” There should always be way and manner for you to talk whether to the old or young. The Manners of Conversation Mar 9th, 2010  by Ahmed. 4.1 SELECTING SUITABLE TOPICS In Sura Al-Haj, Allah described the believers ‘And they have been guided to the purest of speeches; and guided to … Continue reading The Manners of Speaking in Islam

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How to React When Someone Is Doing Haram

MV: Aselamulaikum! Have you ever been told by an uncle or muslim brother that your doing something wrong in Islamic terms? Well not just telling you but actually screaming at you or yelling at you at a harsh tone? Well then this article is for you! You need to keep your cool and explain to the br. that I did know that before, they should know and you as well how to react when a muslim is doing a mistake: Thabit al Bunani (rahimahullaah) said: “A lad who was trailing his garment (i.e. below his ankles) passed by Sila Ibn Ashyam … Continue reading How to React When Someone Is Doing Haram

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Praying Taraweeh in Ramadan

MV: Aselamulaikum! I hope everyone is having a good Ramadan this year inshAllah. I just wanted to emphasize an aspect of Ramadan, Taraweeh Prayer. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship:  fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night.  During Ramadan, special evening prayers are conducted during which long portions of the Qur’an are recited.  These special prayers are known as taraweeh. The word taraweeh comes from an Arabic word which means to rest and relax.  The prayer can be very long (well over an hour), during which one stands upright to read … Continue reading Praying Taraweeh in Ramadan

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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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How to Properly Recite the Quran

MV: As its the holly Month of Ramadan, how many of you guys recite Quran?  How many of you guys know that you are reading it correctly? Well the Quran is not your simple “Alif” “Ba” “Taa”. There is more to the Quran than  most people know. For example there are 7 rules of Tajweed, or correct recitation of the Quran. There are also certain ways to pronounce the letters like from the tongue or the nasal and etc. Ghunnah ( Noon Mushaddad and Meem Mushaddad)- Whenever you come across a Noon or Meem with a Shadda/Tashdeed, you must make … Continue reading How to Properly Recite the Quran

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