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What to do on blessed nights of the Islamic calendar

By: Moulana Muhammad bin Haroon Source: Al-Miftah Our Beloved Prophet (Allah’s peace be upon him) has mentioned: “Indeed your Rabb (Lord) has reserved certain special moments in time (in which His mercy is especially abundant). Be sure to avail yourselves for these opportunities.” (Majma’uz Zawaid) We are usually aware of the significant occasions that present themselves each year. The crucial thing is how do we “avail ourselves” and maximise our benefit from these blessed nights? Here under is a suggested format for “What to do on Blessed nights?” Offer ‘Isha and Fajr Salah in congregation. The Messenger of Allah (Allah’s peace be upon him) said: “One who performs ‘Isha in congregation...

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The Quran: a miraculous fulfillment of every human need

By: Osman Nuri Topbaş Source: Osman Nuri Topbaş The Qur’an is God’s greatest gift to the people of the End of Time. It is the textbook of the learning centre of the world that is filled with divine trial and examination and is God’s last message and final call to humanity. Allah Almighty bestowed the Qur’an upon us so that we may comprehend the reason for our creation, lead our lives as befits human honour and dignity, acquire moral excellence, become familiar with the manifestations of Divine power and majesty in the universe and in order for us to ultimately attain happiness in two worlds. That is to say, the Qur’an is the greatest of all blessing, honour and distinction which Allah...

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The etiquette of the mosque

By: Moulana Muhammad bin Haroon Source: The illustrious Tabi’ee; Sa’eed ibnul Musayyab (rahimahullah) said: One who is seated in the Masjid, is actually seated in the company of Allah Ta’ala. (Tafsir Qurtubi, vol.6 pg.560) The renowned Mufassir (commentator of Quran) Imam Abu ‘Abdillah Al-Qurtubi (rahimahullah) has listed the following etiquettes of the Masjid: DO’S in Masjid: 1.1. Upon entering the Masjid, one should greet the people with Salam. (This only applies when those present are not offering salah, or reciting Quran. If they are occupied in the above, one should not greet them) 1.2. If there is no one present, one should say: Assalamu’alaina wa’ala ‘ibadillahis...

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