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Studies Show Fajr Prayer is Healthy

Studies Show Fajr Prayer is Healthy

“And He it is Who made the night a covering for you, and the sleep a rest, and He made the day to rise up again” (Qur’an 25:47). Certainly sleep is one of the blessings from Allah. At the end of a busy day a person looks forward to sleeping and regaining enough energy for …

Are You Lazy To Pray?

Are there times when you feel too lazy too pray? If you do then this is a great reminder of why we should never neglect prayer. The strongest is he who can lift the blanket at Fajr.

App Wakes You Up for Fajr

App Wakes You Up for Fajr

It’s recorded in the Book of Hadith that Prophet Muhammed, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Whoever observes Al-Bardan (i.e, the Fajr & Asr Prayers) will enter Jannah.” (Al Bukari & Muslim). The above Prophetic Saying (Hadith) strengthens the significance of the Fajr Prayer (as well as other Prayers), and …

Healing Power of Prayer Beads

Healing Power of Prayer Beads

Yahya related to me from Malik that Ziyad ibn Abi Ziyad quoted Abu’d-Darda as saying, “Shall I not tell you the best of your deeds, and those that give you the highest rank, and those that are the purest with your King, and are better for you than giving gold and silver, and better for …

Yoga of Islamic Prayer

Called “one of the oldest systems of personal development encompassing body, mind and spirit” by the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, yoga has become one of the fastest growing health trends today. It has been renowned for centuries for its curative powers of movement. Yoga consists of a number of “asnas,” or body …

Prayer, the Most Powerful Healer

{Pray to me and I will hear your prayer} (Surat Ghafir 40:60). “Say Du’a for me.” Your friend pleads as she goes to interview for a job. Muslims are accustomed to using du’a and prayer in a number of situations mentioned above, but often forget the power of prayer in healing. One is more likely to …

Why Muslims Pray 5 Times A Day - Motivational

“Sister, you don’t wear hijab, pray. Brother, you drink alcohol, pray. When we pray, it will take us away from sins and it will help us straighten our lives”. That is why Muslims pray 5 times a day.

I Thought Religion was to Control me

I Thought Religion was to Control Me!

The more I pray the more I turn to the Lord, the more I just try to understand how beneficial the religion is. In the Quran, for example, for every struggle you’re going through, there is something in there that relates to it, if you open your heart to relate to it.

When Allah Says, Hold On To Allah

When Allah Says, Hold On To Allah

When Allah says hold on to Allah, it is a matter of saving your life and be protected. Even if you have bad surroundings and your friends are not praying or are far from Allah, you must not use this as an excuse. Look at Prophet Ibrahim, everyone was against him but he still help …



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