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Is Praying in Arabic Difficult For You?

Is Praying in Arabic Difficult For You?

For a new convert to Islam, praying in Arabic may seem a bit complicated at first. Praying is a meeting between you and God, and if you were a Christian or a Jew before, you certainly got used to performing it in your own language.

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My Kids Dislike Praying,They Do it Only to Obey Us!

In this counseling answer: •Find out what it is about making salah that they don’t like and discuss these points with them with the hopes of nullifying the dislike insha’Allah. I would continue to have them pray with you sister for you are building up good habits within them.  While right now they do not like praying, you …

7 Things Distract Our Khushu in Prayer

7 Things Distract Our Khushu in Prayer

Prayer without khushu is like fire without warmth. It does cover your obligation of praying as a Muslim, but it does nothing more. Therefore we need to take some steps in order to make our prayers meaningful. One of these steps is removing distractions…

I’m So Sad; I’ve Lost Motivation to Pray

I’m So Sad; I’ve Lost Motivation to Pray

In this counseling answer: • Stop thinking too much about your past. Learn from it, but don’t dwell on it. • It is always worth talking to the close people in the family to get their advice, especially your mother or sisters. • Allah tests those who he loves the most, so it is important …

Modesty For Brothers

Modesty For Brothers

It is not just women who need to be modest in the way they dress. Brothers need to have modesty as well. No one wants to see the underwear when a brother is praying!

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…

61 Thousand Children Participate in Konya’s Pray & Play Project

61 Thousand Children Participate in Pray & Play Project

KONYA – The municipality of Konya in Turkey launched on July 2 its ‘Come to Mosque and Have Fun’ Project that encourages children between 7 and 14 years old to pray the Fajr (Dawn) prayer daily for 40 consecutive days. The children are encouraged through prizes and granting the diligent kids a bonus mark at …



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