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Benefits of Five Daily Prayers in Islam

Salah is an Arabic word that means “worship”, a major act of worship that is obligatory on every Muslim. Salah is the 2nd pillar of Islam that needs to perform five times a day. Salah or prayer is a practical sign of obedience to the commands of Allah Almighty, the proof of our faith in

Virtues of Reciting Last 10 Surahs of Quran

Every Muslim needs to learn the Quran in order to get a better understanding of the religion of Islam. We must recite Quran daily and also try hard to memorize it by heart. If someone can’t memorize the whole Quran he/she must memorize the last 10 Surahs of the Quran. The last 10 Surahs of

The Virtues and Sunnah’s of Friday- Hadiths for the Day of Jummah

Friday is considered the blessed day of the week for Muslims in Islam. Friday is the most significant day of the week because Muslims gather for prayer in the congregation on the day of Friday. Before performing the Friday prayer, Muslims listen to a lecture (Friday sermon) which is designed to permit them with important

Quranic Verses for Peace and Tolerance | Islam is a Religion of Peace

Islam is a religion of peace, love, security, and prosperity. The Holy Quran also emphasized peace and tolerance in many verses of the Quran. According to the Quran, the religion Islam teaches love and compassion for every human being, no matter what’s their religion is. Allah Almighty says in Noble Quran about peace in these

Purification is Half of Faith – Quran and Hadith on Cleanliness

Religion Islam greatly emphasis both physical and spiritual cleanliness and purification that’s why Muslims throughout the world have extremely high standards of personal hygiene. Other than Muslims generally all humankind considers cleanliness to be a pleasing attribute that every human must possess but Islam insists on purification. Muslims are required to take care of their

Anger Management in the light of Quran and Sunnah

Anger is a natural feeling it can have negative effects on those who allow it to control them, and conflicting effects on those around them. In religion Islam, Anger is the temptation of Shaytaan and also a root of all evils; it can weaken the person’s faith. According to the narration of Abu Hurairah (RA),