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MV: Aselamulaikum! Starting either today or some people say tomorrow, is the the beginning of ZulHajj. These 10 days are very important and these days are said to be more important then Ramadan it self! In these days people also … Continue reading Ten Best Days of ZulHijjah
MV: Aselamulaikum, While I am not a girl (I hope everyone knew that), I came across an article online: http://infidelsarecool.com/2008/01/11/top-10-quran-quotes-every-woman-must-see/ This article in short says that Islam does not give rights to women by misinterpreting ayyuts from the Quran. Astagfirullah!! That article … Continue reading The Rights of Women in Islam
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
MV: Uhffff…yes! School is over….for 4 days atleast, thank Allah! But seriously what do we Muslims have to look forward for the following days? Well…Tomorrow is a special day for both Americans and Muslims. For Americans there’s Thanksgiving which is … Continue reading What are those Muslims doing over this Thanksgiving holiday?
MV: Since Eid-al-fitr is approaching us soon or in some countries Eid has already approached but since I live in New York Eid is either on Sunday September 19 or Monday September 20 InshAllah..But either ways this article is a … Continue reading How to Prepare for Eid Prayer
MV: The word Sunnah means a system, a path or an example. In Islam it refers to the practisce of the Prophet (PBUH), his life example. It is embodied in the Ahadith (plural of hadith) which are the Prophet’s sayings, actions and the actions done with his approval. Ahadith have been very carefully collected and compiled since the death of the prophet (PBUH). Six collections of Hadith are regarded as the most authentic. They are: 1. Sahih al Bukhari ( Collected and compiled by Mahammad bin Ismailas Imam Bukhari, born 194AH died 256 AH/ 870 CE) 2. Sahih Muslim ( … Continue reading About Sunnah