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Getting Out Of Bed For Fajr

Getting out of bed for Fajr is a very tough battle we face each day. However, if we remember all of the benefits of this prayer, we will be up on time every day.

Wake Up For Fajr - Tips

In order to wake up for Fajr every day we need to discipline ourselves. How can we do that? By giving up the night life. Here are some tips.

Waking Up for Fajr Prayer: Any Tips?

Waking Up for Fajr Prayer: Any Tips?

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. In this fatwa: 1- As for performing Fajr on time, try to sleep early so that you don’t wake up tired and …

Hacks To Always Wake For Fajr

It is always harder to get up and pray for Fajr more so than any other prayer. Sister Nafisa talks about several hacks that will ensure that you always wake up for

Slow Fajr Salah For Absolute Beginners

Are you new to Islam and new to praying? Here is a slow Fajr salah for you to learn and copy. The video shows step-by-step instructions of the movements and what to say in Arabic with English translation.

The Most Blessed Time Of The Day

Did you know that the most blessed time of the day is Fajr time and right after a Fajr. One of the Companions recognized this and it made him very wealthy!

What Is the Ideal Time of `Isha' Prayer

What Is the Ideal Time for `Isha' Prayer?

I have a confusion regarding the time period until which `Isha’ Prayer is acceptable. I believe that `Isha’ can be prayed until the adhan for Fajr is called. But I also heard recently that praying `Isha’ after midnight is not acceptable. Please, clarify this problem.

Fajr - The Morning Prayer

There is something so peaceful about Fajr, the Morning Prayer, that requires from us to understand why we have to wake up and observe it, being mindful of its importance and high spirituality

Prayer Is Better Than Sleep

Prayer Is Better Than Sleep

When young Muslims meet others for the first time and find out that they are Muslim, often one of the very first questions they ask each other is, “Do you pray?” It’s as if this is their touchstone to see if the person they have met is a real Muslim or not. Calling yourself Muslim …



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