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Why do Muslim Players Perform Gratitude Prostration after Scoring Goals?

What Is Gratitude Prostration Muslim Players Do After Goals?

With the recent craze of football, namely the World Cup and recent Premier League, many witnessed Muslim players celebrating goals with prostration. That is called Sujud Ash-Shukr. So what exactly is Sujud Ash-Shukr or Gratitude Prostration? ` What are its rulings? How is it performed? How to perform Gratitude Prostration This video gives a short explanation on …

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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Prostration: Why Do Muslims Debase Themselves in Prayer?

Short Answer: Muslims don’t kiss the ground, we place our foreheads on it in prayer. Our dignity is found in submission to God, our Creator. In prostration, we are nearest to God. Salam (Peace) Dear Arthur, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. To answer your question let me clear up some …

Video of Imam Leading Prayer During Indonesia Quake Goes Viral

JAKARTA – A video of an Indonesian imam praying in Bali as a deadly earthquake struck neighboring Lombok has gone viral on social media, with internet users praising him for his unwavering faith. “I am crying… he did not even flinch, even though it is allowed to leave your prayer during an earthquake,” said Indonesian …

The Many Spiritual Benefits of Prayer

The Many Spiritual Benefits of Prayer

Prayer provides a constant reminder of the essence of our creation and provides a direct connection to Allah, who linked success and felicity to humility in prayer. It emphasizes the proximity between religion and daily life. Life, from an Islamic standpoint, is to be directed to Allah…

Do Muslims Worship Kabah?

Do Muslims Worship Kabah?

No, Muslims do not worship anything or anyone but Allah the Almighty. Those who are not familiar with the tenets of the Islamic faith may mistake the rituals of Hajj for Kabah worship. They might think that pilgrims are praying to the Kabah to fulfill their requests or to save them. But that is totally …

No Excuse To Miss Prayer!

There is absolutely no excuse to miss prayer. If life is difficult for you right now, it is still no excuse for a believer to miss the prayer.



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