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Muslim children reading Quran / Source: nlightmentz.wordpress.com
Dec01

Developing faith and character in our kids

By: Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi Source: ilmgate.org On 7th April 2006, Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi (db), a prominent scholar from India, made an impromptu speech before Salat  al-Jumu`ah Jumma Masjid, Batley, England. He highlighted the dangers facing Muslims in today’s turbulent times, pleading Muslim parents to focus on their responsibilities, and asking the audience to implement the teachings of Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam. The Shaykh is a prolific writer, orator and educationalist, who served as chancellor of Darul Uloom Tadkeshwar, India for 28 years. He has traveled extensively in the Islamic world and the West. He is aged 74, and currently resides in Canada. The speech...

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Nov30

10 practical ways to gain closeness to Allah

  By: Ahmad Afnan Source: The Truth Mag It should be the desire of every Muslim to draw nearer and closer to Almighty Allah the most compassionate and the most merciful. By drawing closer and near to Allah we gain his help in every aspect of our lives in this world and to be merciful to us so that we may gain mercy in the hereafter in order to enter Jannah in the next world. When we call upon him he would answer our calls and when we ask of him for anything he would give it to us and when we draw nearer to him then our sincerity and intentions will enable us to become closer to him. So we should strive to draw nearer to Allah, the Glorified the Exalted, who is the majesty...

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Nov28

Salat al Istikhara: the prayer of counsel

  By: Haqqseeker Source: Simply Islam The Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam has said: “If one of you is concerned about some practical undertaking, or about making plans for a journey, he should perform two Raka’aats (cycles) of voluntary prayer.” Then he should say the following Du’aa: اللَّهمَّ إنِّي أستَخيرك بعلمكَ، و أستقدرك بقُدرتك، و أسْألك مِن فضلك العظيم، فإنّك تَقْدر و لا أقْدِر، و تعلم و لا أعلم، و أنت علاَّمُ الغُيوب. اللَّهمَّ إنْ كنتَ تعلم أنَّ هذا الأمْرِ خيرٌ لي في ديْني و معَاشي و عاقِبة أمري – او قال عاجِل أمري و آجِله – فاقْدِرْهُ لي و يسِّرْه لي ثمَّ بارِك لي فِيه، و إن كنتَ تعلم أنَّ هذا الأمرِ شرٌّ لي في دِيني و معآشِي و عاقبةِ...

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