Wa `alaykum as-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Focusing more on the question in point, Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and an Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, …
We must thank Allah everyday and show Him that we are grateful. Here is a beautiful dua to thank Allah. It is repeated throughout and has English translation.
This is one of the real life stories of du’a that I have seen in my life that I hold on to very dearly. It showed me so much… It taught me that Allah listens to all du’a and He answers as well.
Here are two duas to protect you against haters, jealous people and enemies. There is also a beautiful recitation of Surah Al-Kawthar. All have English subtitles.
There is a certain hour in the day of every Friday is such that if you call out to Allah in that moment, you will definitely get what you’ve asked for as long as it doesn’t have sin or something evil in it.
Short Answer: To get into a state of true presence in the prayer follow these 5 tips: Pay attention to the Qur’an you’re reading, recite and ponder deeply on Surat Al Fatihah, make dua in prostration or after your prayer, diversify the surahs you recite in prayer and confide in Allah (SWT) like you confide …
Death is the one thing in life that is guaranteed to us all. As heartbroken as it can make us, we can seek comfort by reciting dua for family and friends who have passed away.
Many of us make dua (supplication). We call out: “O Allah help me… guide me… give me…” “O Allah I’m looking for a job, grant me a good health, a good wife…” and we keep on making dua, but many of us forget to make dua for others. We make dua only for ourselves, we are selfish!
Here is a dua to ensure that the new year will be a peaceful, successful and beautiful one for us all. It is repeated throughout and has English subtitles.
Short Answer: Dhikr is truly one of the easiest acts of worship that simultaneously has insurmountable amount of rewards and benefits in this world and the next is the remembrance of Allah (SWT). Life is distracting; it distracts us from remembering the greater meaning, and remembering our Creator, the Source of life. So dhikr reflects a constant connection and …