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The Reason of the Qibla Change

The Reason of the Qibla Change

One of the important features of the month of Shabaan is the Qibla change, which occurred on the 15th of Shabaan. Before this, Muslims used to pray facing Al-Aqsa Mosque, then Allah the Almighty changed their prayers direction (Qibla) to Kabaah. While he was in Makkah, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) used to pray in a position …

Leave The World In Sujood

Leave The World In Sujood

This is a very emotional reminder from Mufti Menk. If we want to die in sujood, don’t we have to pray first? If we want to die reading Qur’an, don’t we have to open it to read it first? Beautiful reminder.

3 Amazing Tips to Pass Your Exams

You’re running on a track, you’re running around, and then you see someone catching up behind you, what do you do? Throw in the towel and accept defeat? No you don’t! you run harder and work harder… and you can see the finishing line.

Would God Make Me Speak Arabic?

“Do you have to pray in Arabic?” and one of the colonel said: “Yes it has to be in Arabic” So I asked him “Why would God demand that I speak a language that I can’t speak and I don’t understand?” So I left it then it put me off.

Learning Resources for New Muslims

How does one go from testifying with conviction to knowing where the steps of the path lay? Panic often sets in soon after one becomes Muslim because there is so much to learn, so many details, and so many people commenting on every step the new Muslim takes…

Prayers: A Special Connection with God

The most important aspect of a person’s relationship with God is his or her strong faith and sincerity. This relationship with God is clearly borne out and strengthened by prayer. If the prayer is performed with true devotion to God and with a sincere heart, it will have a lasting effect on the person.

6 Rights of Every Muslim

The greeting of peace is from the virtuous characteristics of Islam. For verily each of the two people who meet each other supplicates for the other for safety from evils, and mercy, and blessing that brings about every good. And what follows this is a cheerful face and appropriate words of greeting…

Why is Allah Testing Me?

Don’t become depressed to the degree that you begin to question Allah. People say: “Why is Allah testing me? Why? He doesn’t like me” Well if that’s the case, He didn’t like anyone on earth because everyone is tested. Even Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who is the most beloved to Allah…

Drawn by its Tolerance

That night, I prayed, and read, leaving it to God to guide my reading. The first verse I read was about People of the Book — Christians and Jews — being part of God’s people. Well, that was an eye opener. A faith that is not only tolerant, but inclusive towards an opposed faith! I read on a bit.

Should I Pray

Bleeding after Miscarriage: Should I Pray?

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. Dear sister, let us express our sincere thanks to you for your eagerness to ask this question and we implore Almighty Allah to guide us …



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