tafseer surah fatiha

tafseer surah fatiha

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Surah Fatiha (THE OPENING ) This Surah is called Al-Fatihah, that is, the Opener of the Book, the Surah with which prayers are begun. It is also called, Umm Al-Kitab (the Mother of the Book), according to the majority of the scholars. In an authentic Hadith recorded by At-Tirmidhi, who graded it Sahih, Abu Hurayrah said that

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quran with kids

kids and quran

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kids and quran: Memorizing the entire Quran is a dream many Muslim parents today have for their children. And indeed, this is a goal nobler than many if not all others. However, after kids have memorized a number of surahs and perhaps even a juz or two of the Quran, there is a question that plagues many parents: how do

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Translation of the Quran

Translation of the Quran

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Among the many miracles and blessings or Allaah is the “…differences of your languages and colours. Verily in this are indeed signs for men of sound knowledge’ (30:22). Indeed, the differences in human languages is yet another proof of the existence ami power of the Creator. It was Allaah Himselfwho honoured Aadam by teaching him “…the

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Islam and terrorism

Islam and terrorism

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What does Islam say about Terrorism? One of the distinctive characteristics of the times we live in is the overwhelming presence of violence in our societies. Whether it is a bomb going off in a market place, or the hijacking of an aircraft where innocent people are held at ransom to achieve political ends, we

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the meaning of Shahada

the meaning of Shahada

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You have to know the meaning of Shahada All practicing Muslims accept belief in the ‘Six Articles of Faith’ and are obliged to follow the ‘Five Pillars.’  They are: 1.    Muslim profession of faith or shahada. 2.    Ritual Prayer or salah. 3.    Obligatory Charity or zakah. 4.    Fasting or sawm. 5.    Pilgrimage or hajj. The First Pillar Muslim Profession of Faith

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Muslims celebrating Christmas

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Muslims celebrating Christmas   Christmas is not a Muslim holiday, therefore, Muslim countries do not celebrate it. Muslims in the United States often request that their children not attend Christmas functions at school because the belief of Jesus, peace be upon him, being the son of God runs directly against the core Muslim belief. However, in

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learn quran and tajweed

Who Wrote The Quran

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Who Wrote The Quran?   Introduction: “Do they not then consider the Qur’an carefully? Had it been from other than Allah, they would surely have found therein much contradiction.” [4:82] God created man for a noble purpose: to worship Him and lead a righteous life based on His commands and guidance to mankind. Mankind learned

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DEATH OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (pbuh)

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  The Start of the Disease On Monday the 29th of Safar in the eleventh year of Hijrah, he participated in funeral rites in al-Baqi’. On the way back he had a headache, his temperature rose so high that the heat effect could be felt over his headband. He led the Muslims in prayer for eleven days though he

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learn quran online

What is the Quran

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quick info about holy quran   Islam’s Holy book and guidance to mankind. It is the final revelation of the will of Almighty God’s to all of mankind, which was conveyed through the Angel Gabriel, in Arabic, to the Prophet Muhammad in its sounds, words and meanings. The Qur’an, sometimes spelled Koran, was relayed to

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