بسم الله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله
Dear sisters and brothers, Assalamu Alaikum.
The 2nd month of the Islamic Calendar has commenced, alhamdulillaah.
Quoting authentic references, I would like to dispel certain false beliefs and superstitious customs which are unfortunately found prevalent among some sections of Muslim society with regard to the month of Safar. Continue reading
Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.
As some may find it difficult to memorize the selected portion given in the previous post or some may not like the unconventional style of doing Hifdh of the verses selected on thematic basis, I am presenting the memorization schedule in a different way.
Here are some Alternatives to Memorizing the glorious Qur’an in the month of Shabaan and Ramadhaan, InshaaAllah. Continue reading
PS: Welcoming Shabaan 🙂
By the grace of Allah, the files are ready, alhamdulillaah.
Are you ready to take up the assignment?
The Hifdh Plan which I am presenting here is thematic. In most cases, one ayah per day is selected for memorization. However, depending on the context and the continuation of the meaning, it runs into the next ayah.
A few points to consider if you are willing to memorize from the glorious Qur’an, InshaaAllah. Continue reading
As Fifteenth Night of the month of Shabaan is one typical example of innovation in religion, let’s find out the truth behind it.
Eid-ul-Fitr marks the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic calendar.
Fasting six days of the month of Shawwal is mentioned in authentic ahadeeth.
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
“Whosoever fasted in Ramadhaan and then followed up with six fasting days of Shawwal, it is like fasting every day.” (Muslim) Continue reading
Ramadhaan and Dhul Hijjah are two special months in Islam. These two months are like two eyes of a Muslim.
Today let us try to have a bird’s eye view of some less talked about things connecting these two months. Continue reading
Things become easy for a person if he/she is in a habit of doing something regularly, and in advance. The one who practices charity on a regular basis finds it very easy to give out Zakah once in a year. The student who studies and prepares himself in a systematic way, finds it easy while sitting for the exams.
Establishing Salah is not hard on those who are in the habit of offering nafl, that is extra/supererogatory prayers, regularly.
Islam appreciates this approach in order to make things easy FOR THE MAIN EVENT. Continue reading