Significance of Offering The Isha Prayer and Its Benefits

Muslims are bound to learn Salaah and offer it five times a day, namely Fajr, Dhuhur, Asr, Maghrib and Isha. There is a great implication in praying daily, as it improves the link between a man and the Creator of the universe. It also serves as a means of forgiveness of sins and earning of

Be Mindful of Allah, And Allah will Protect You

It is a common practice among human beings to help one another, mostly in the case if they are being mutually benefited, like coalitions among nations are majorly on the basis of some shared value. Speaking specifically, relationships between two persons in a society are also affected by joint respect and needs, e.g. no one

Importance of Da`wah (Preaching) In Islam

The word Da`wah generally means “Calling people towards Allah and His instructions”. The practitioner of preaching is known as Da`i. This act is commonly thought of being limited to religious matters only like Oneness of God, reading the Holy Quran in Arabic, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) being the last Prophet, believing in prophets and day of

10 Tips to Bring Barakah in Your Life And Wealth

The general meaning of the word Barakah is “increase or productivity” in something. It could be in terms of betterment or easiness in someone`s living matters, or could also be taken in the context of enhancement in prosperity. This boost is not something one time rise in something, rather it could be achieving supplementary with

Who Is Muhammad (PBUH) – The Great Reformist

  Question- Who is Muhammad (PBUH)? Answer-The Great Reformist Ever Over 1400 years ago, on 12th Rabi ul Awwal, in 570 A.D, in the year of Elephant, a child was born to a well respected family of Banu Hashim, in the tribe of Quraish. His mother named Bibi Amina, also belonged to one of the

How Muslims Should React to Mockery of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Born and raised in a well known family of Banu Hashim, belonging to the tribe of Quraish, in a time when the Arabs used to worship multiple gods and had forgotten teachings of previous Prophets, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) had a distinctive, yet affectionate personality right from His early life. He would not approve the idea