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For An Easy Hajj Follow These 3 Tips

For An Easy Hajj, Follow These 3 Tips

If you intend to make hajj this year or know someone who will do so – God willing – you might want to take a minute for these three tips that you may or may not have read somewhere else.


How Can I Purify Myself?

Short Answer: The first step to take is to sincerely ask Allah Almighty to purify you as it is Allah Almighty who opens doors for His servants.  You can also start reading about purification, its meaning, the spiritual diseases of the heart, how to purify oneself from them … etc. Also remember that this is a process and it …

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Should We Do Good Only for Reward?

Short Answer: Allah has given us everything; and even those things we give to the poor or the needy are really His gift to them. And as we have chosen to be a channel for that gift, we get reward. If we reject that reward, it is somewhat of a rebellion against God. Allah will certainly reward them on the …

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Can My Fiancé Convert to Islam to Marry Me?

Salam Dear Yenni, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. To start with, it’s very important to ask yourself why you want your boyfriend to become a Muslim. Is it simply so that you can get married in a way that will be culturally acceptable in Indonesia? Or are you really concerned …

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If I Do Good Only For Reward, Is My Good Deed Accepted?

Asaalaamu alaykum, and thank you for sending your question to Ask About Islam. Sheikh Faraz Rabbani of SeekersHub answers this question quite well in the following video: Transcript: Sh. Faraz Rabbani: “So does seeking reward affect the intention? Allah, subhannahu wa ta’ala, is Arrham Ul-Raheemeen. He is unimaginably merciful. He is more merciful than any imaginable reality of …

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Should I Avoid Doing Good Deeds in Public?

Salam Brother/Sister, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. Regarding this topic, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) has said: Actions are (judged) by intentions (niyyah), so each man will have what he intended. Thus, he whose migration (hijrah) was to Allah and His Messenger, his migration is to Allah and His …

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