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    كِلْتَا الْجَنَّتَيْنِ آتَتْ أُكُلَهَا وَلَمْ تَظْلِمْ مِنْهُ شَيْئًا ۚ وَفَجَّرْنَا خِلَالَهُمَا نَهَرًا
    Each of the gardens yielded its fruit and did not withhold the least; and We made a stream flow in between them.

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    Prayer

    Friday is a very important day for Muslims.  It is more significant and more beneficial than any other day of the week.  It is the day that Muslims gather together to pray in congregation. Directly before the prayer they listen to a lecture designed to empower them with valuable knowledge about God, and the religion of Islam.  It is a blessed day that has been designated as such by God, Almighty; no other day of the week shares its virtues. Continue reading

    Purification (tahara) is the required preparation for prayer and other acts of worship.  There are four levels of purification:

    1. The physical purification by the removal of all unclean traces from body and clothing.
    2. The purification of the body parts from all sin and transgression.
    3. The purification of the heart from all bad character, lowly and blameworthy character traits and any ill-will, hatred, envy, etc. disliked by Allah Most High.
    4. Filling the heart with remembrance of Allah to the exclusion of all else

    Completing the purification in this way is the ultimate objective.  If one has true vision and consciousness in the deen, they will rise to this level Continue reading

    The happiness of that guy was tremendous when a well-known company accepted him to work for it. He was over the moon as he was the only accepted candidate.

    He signed the contract that implies that he should agree on respecting the company working hours, delivering weekly reports about his work and activities, and accepting to be punished for any delinquency ….. read more

    Soon later, the guy met his manager and said to him, “From tomorrow onwards, I will not come in time. And I will not deliver my weekly reports in time either; instead they will be delayed for a while. In spite of all that, I will not allow you to punish me, and you don’t have the right to kick me out from work.” Continue reading

    An Niyyah (Intention)

    This is the firm resolve of the heart to perform wudoo in obedience to the order of Allaah ta’ala and His Messenger (sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam). Ibn Taimiyyah (rahimahullaah) said (Majmoo’at-ur-Rasaa-il il-Kubraa 1/243): “The place of the niyyah is the heart and not the tongue in all forms of ‘ibaadah – and that is agreed upon by all the Muslim scholars – Purification, Prayer, Zakaat, Sawm, Hajj, ‘Itq (freeing of slaves), Jihaad, etc. If he were to express with his tongue other than that which he intended in his heart – then what he intended is counted, not what he said. If he voiced the intention with his tongue and the intention was not in his heart, that will not count – by total agreement of all the scholars of Islaam – so the niyyah is the firm intention and resolve itself.” Continue reading

    It is confirmed that the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) sometimes forgot something in the salah (prayer). It is also true that he said: “I am a human being and forget like you forget. If I forget, remind me.”
    In instances like these, he (SAWS) performed what are known as the prostrations of forgetfulness (Sujud us-Sahu). There are specific points concerning such prostrations and they are presented below. Continue reading

    The scholars agree that it is obligatory for one who has forgotten the salah or slept through its time to make up the missed [qada’) prayer. This opinion is based on the hadith of the Prophet mentioned earlier: “There is no negligence while one is asleep but forgetfulness occurs when one is awake. If one of you forgets the prayer or sleeps through its time, then he should perform the salah when he recalls it.” If one falls unconscious, then he need not repeat the salah, unless he regains his consciousness with enough time to purify himself and perform the salah within its proper time. Continue reading

    Not praying and denying its obligation is seen as disbelief and places the person outside the religion of Islam. All scholars agree on this point. They base their opinion on several hadith, some of which are:

     Jabir reports that the Prophet, upon whom be peace, said, “Between a person and disbelief is discarding prayer.” (Related by Ahmad, Muslim, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah.)

     Buraidah reported that the Prophet, upon whom be peace, said, “The pact between us and them is prayer. Whoever abandons it is a disbeliever.” (Related by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, anNasa’i and Ibn Majah.)

     ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Amr ibn al-‘Aas reported that the Prophet, upon whom be peace, one day mentioned the prayer and said, “Whoever guards and Continue reading

    Facing The Ka’bah

    When the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) stood for prayer, he would face the Ka’bah in both obligatory and voluntary prayers1, and he (sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) ordered that, saying to the “one who prayed badly”2 : When you stand for prayer, perform ablution prefectly, then face the qiblah and say takbeer.3

    “During a journey, he (sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) would pray voluntary prayers and witr on his mount, wherever it faced carrying him [east or west].”4

    The saying of Allaah, the Exalted, "Wherever you turn, there is the Face of Allaah" (Baqarah, 2:115) applies to this.5

    “[Sometimes] when he intended to pray non-obligatory prayers on his she-camel, he would make it face the qiblah, say takbeer, and pray towards wherever his mount turned its face.”6 Continue reading

    The happiness of that guy was tremendous when a well-known company accepted him to work for it. He was over the moon as he was the only accepted candidate.

    He signed the contract that implies that he should agree on respecting the company working hours, delivering weekly reports about his work and activities, and accepting to be punished for any delinquency ….. read more

    Soon later, the guy met his manager and said to him, “From tomorrow onwards, I will not come in time. And I will not deliver my weekly reports in time either; instead they will be delayed for a while. In spite of all that, I will not allow you to punish me, and you don’t have the right to kick me out from work.” Continue reading

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