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Nov02

Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ): His birth and reality

By: Shaykh Gibril Haddad Source: Alsunnah Foundation of America On how Allah bestowed honor upon Muhammad (ﷺ), by giving precedence to his Prophethood. Also, on the purity of his lineage, the signs that accompanied his conception, birth, and upbringing. The Creation of His Blessed Soul When Allah made the Divine decree to bring Creation into existence, He brought forth the Muhammadan Reality from His Lights. He then pulled away from this Reality all the worlds, upper and lower. Allah then informed Muhammad of his Prophethood, while Adam was nothing but soul and body. Then from him gushed forth the springs of the souls, making him superior to all created things, and the greater father to...

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Aug27

Devotion and generosity on Ashura

By: Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam Source: Darul Iftaa MV Editor’s Note: Depending on when the sighting was declared in your region, the Day of Ashura would be around the 29th of August 2020 sapscript formular herunterladen. Many ‘Ulama encourage the giving of gifts, charity, and spending on one’s family on the day of Ashura. That is as a purely optional virtue in addition to prescribed fasting need for speed most wanted to download activation key. What follows is a brief look at some of the narrations upon which those recommendations are based. There are two types of narrations related regarding these matters excel for mac. The first concerning the virtue of giving general charity on...

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Jul30

All you need to know about Eid al-Adha

By: Mufti Taqi Usmani Source: The Central Mosque On the Eid day The following acts are sunnah on the day of Eidul- adha: To wake up early in the morning. To clean one’s teeth with a miswak or brush To take bath. To put on one’s best available clothes. To use perfume. Not to eat before the Eid prayer. To recite the Takbir of Tashriq in a loud voice while going to the Eid prayer. How to Perform Eid Prayers (Hanafi School) The Eid prayer has two raka’at performed in the normal way, with the only addition of six Takbirs, three of them in the beginning of the first raka’ah, and three of them just before ruku’ in the second raka’ah. The detailed way of...

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