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6 Reasons Why Fasting Brings Happiness

The preparation for Ramadan doesn’t require one to spend extra hours in the gym or to engage in a diet. The preparation is more connected to the soul and heart than the physical body. Keeping in mind that happiness should occur at the end of the day encourages one to fast the day in a certain way.

10 Easy Deeds for a Busy Ramadan

Exams, work pressure or nursing a young child? – 10 deeds to still have an amazing Ramadan. This year, Ramadan is going to be a mission for me. I have 3 of my biggest exams in Medical school that are all bang on in the middle of Ramadan.

Time prayer

When it is Time to Pray

If someone performs his Prayer at the proper time, makes his ablution correctly, does the bowing and prostration properly and observes due humility, that Prayer will rise up, all bright and shining, and will say: “May God take care of you as you have taken care of me!”…

Huge Reward for Small Acts: Why?

A good number of the Prophet’s hadiths promises huge rewards for seemingly small acts of worship. For example, in one hadith the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) tells us that reciting surat Al-Ikhlas is equal to reciting one third of the Qur’an, that is, you can earn the reward of reciting the whole Qur’an in …

Motivation in the Life of a Muslim

As human beings, we are drawn to questions such as, “What’s the point of this?” or “Why am I here?” whenever we attempt something and, particularly, when we find it to be difficult. We want work to be meaningful in the long run, want to feel we are doing something worthwhile, and we want to feel validated.

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.

9 Prophetic Du’as for Anxiety & Stress

They are the words of Prophet Muhammad and hence anyone that sincerely makes these du’as during times of great need, Allah will always answer the du’a of the sincere seeker. May they be of benefit to us all for there is not a time in the life of a believer when he or she does not need the protection, guidance and mercy of Allah.

Accountability and the Day of Judgment

Accountability and the Day of Judgment

Salam Dear Brother, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. One of the fundamental creeds of Islam is about the Day of Judgment. All humans who have lived on earth are accountable and answerable on that day for their beliefs and willful actions. Allah Almighty says in the Quran what means, …

Ceaseless Reward Even After Death

Ceaseless Reward Even After Death

Abu Hurairah narrated that Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “When a man dies, his good deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge, and righteous offspring who will pray for him.” (Muslim) Commenting on this hadith, Imam An-Nawawi (may Allah have mercy on him) said, “The scholars said, …

Prophet Muhammad’s Mercy toward Animals

Prophet Muhammad used to prohibit injustice and oppression to animals and was much concerned with this matter. Once he entered a garden belonging to a man from the Ansar. There he found a camel, and when it saw him, it moaned and its eyes shed tears…



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