“Indeed there has come to you a Messenger from among yourselves, heavy upon him is your suffering, most concerned is he about your wellbeing, for the Muslims (he is) most kind, most merciful.” (Al tauba, 128)
Indeed Allah and His angels send blessings on the Informer of the unseen news (Prophet); O Believers! (You must also) send blessings and abundant salutations upon him.
(Al ahzaab, 56)
“O you who believe! When the call to prayer is proclaimed on Friday hasten earnestly to the remembrance of God, and leave aside business. That is best for you if you but knew.” (Quran 62:9)
“And from [part of] the night, pray with it as additional [worship] for you; it is expected that your Lord will resurrect you to a praised station.” (Quran, 17: 79)
The blessed Laylatul Qadr can be found in any of the last 10 nights of Ramadan, which are the most blessed nights of the year. As such, we should increase our worship and devotion during this period.
Sayyiduna Abu Sa’id Khudri has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Prophet has said: ‘If anyone fasts in Ramadan realising its limits and avoiding what should be avoided, this will compensate for all his previous sins.’
» Sahih Ibne Hibban 183/5 # 3424
Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said:
“When Ramadan enters, the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hellfire are closed and the devils are chained.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
To focus to the extent that people begin to worry about eating more than actually fasting. This also goes along with spending heaps of money on iftars even though a person does not need to eat that much food.
Taraweeh prayer is one of the remarkable specialties of Ramadan nights; for the whole month, Muslims line up at night to observe a number of optional rak`at and listen to and reflect on the recitation of the Qur’an.
Laylatul Qadr is one of the most blessed nights of the Islamic calendar and perhaps there is no other night that stands equal to it in sacredness and Holiness in Islam.
Gratitude is not only the heart and essence of Islam; it is also the key to attracting abundance, prosperity, peace, and success in one’s life. We can say that Gratitude and Shukr are the most important aspects of Islam.We as a Muslims should always thankful to Almighty Allah for all the blessings that given by Him.
Of course, monetary donations are always gratefully received, but there are many other ways in which you can give to enable charities (Sadaqah) to help as many people in need as possible.
In order to become a good Muslim, it is essential that a Muslim firstly knows about the attributes and features that a good Muslim possesses.
The knowledge of these key elements can only be obtained if the person starts learning about Islamic rules and principles.
Muslims should avoid sins and specially major sins because they can take a person to the hell. Major sins are those which are forbidden by Allah Almighty and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Imama Al-Dhahabi listed seventy major sins in book named Al Kabyer based on quran and hadith. There are no quranic which says that these are the seventy mediation or no hadith which says that these are the 70 major sins
“But not is (for) Allah that He punishes them while you (are) among them, and not is Allah the One Who punishes them while they seek forgiveness.”
Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) always warned people to save themselves from the Hellfire. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) mentioned certain deeds that would assist the motivators to distance themselves from the hellfire.
“When My servants ask about Me, I am indeed close to them. I listen to the prayer of every supplicant, when he calls on Me. Let them also, with a will, listen to My call, and believe in Me, so that they may walk in the right way.” (Quran 2:186)
“Surely everything has a heart, and the heart of the Quran is Yaseen. I would love that it be in the heart of every person of my people.” (Tafsir-al- Sabuni Vol.2)
“Whoever reads “Ayatul-Kursi” [Qur’an 2:255], after every obligatory prayer, nothing prevents him from entering Paradise except death (i.e. that he is still alive).”
(An-Nasaa’ee, Ibn Hibbaan – Sahih)
There are many foods which our Holy Prophet (PBUH) liked the most and without any doubt, their benefits are much more than the rest because these foods are liked by our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Many celebrities have converted to Islam. Here is a short list of famous celebrities who converted to Islam may be you didn’t know and now practicing muslims.
Do not set out on a journey except for three Mosques i.e. Al-Masjid-AI-Haram, the Mosque of Allah’s Messenger, and the Mosque of Al-Aqsa, (Mosque of Jerusalem).
During the “Islamic Golden Age” (8th to 13th centuries), science and technology in the Islamic world adopted and preserved knowledge and technologies from contemporary and earlier civilizations.