Daily Archives: October 13, 2013

Suggested schedule for the Day of Arafah-!!!

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1. Sleep early the night before to strengthen yourself for the special day.

2. Wake up before Fajr for suhoor.
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Rulings Of (Udhiyah) Sacrifice

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Udhiyah refers to the animal (camel, cattle or sheep) that is sacrificed as an act of worship to Allaah, in the country in which the person offering the sacrifice lives, during the period from after the Eid prayer on the Day of Nahr (Eid al-Adhaa) until the last of the Days of Tashreeq (the 13 th day of Dhu’l-Hijjah), with the intention of offering sacrifice. Udhiyah is one of the great rituals of Islam, in which we remember the Unity of Allaah, His blessings upon us and the obedience of our father Ibraaheem to his Lord, and in this act of udhiyah there is much goodness and blessing. So the Muslim must pay attention to its great importance. This book is a brief look at this important ritual.

by : Sheikh Muhammad Salih al-Monajjid
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Passion Of Jesus: Son Of Mary – Questions & Answers

1385640_384867171616150_1953501541_nby : Abdurraheem Green

Excellent talk given by Abdur Raheem Green about the mythological and the historical Jesus. This lecture also sheds some light on how this mythological Jesus, the doctrines of the trinity and original sin came about as well as how the early Christians were not concerned with the alleged death and resurrection of Jesus. The information mentioned in this lecture is from mostly Christian scholars and historians.
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Invocation to be recited on the day of arafat

1381365_386311711471696_1611449337_nNot everyone can go on Hajj, and certainly not every year, but this Day of Arafa is one of the great gifts of Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) that people all over the world can benefit from. On this day, Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) grants fasting Muslims forgiveness for their faults of two years, if they have committed any, if not, Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) elevates their degree in Paradise. The Muslims should celebrate the day of Arafa by restraining themselves from committing sins and iniquities in order that Allah may forgive them.

The Prophet of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “On this day (of Arafa) whomsoever holds his hearing, sight, and tongue (from committing sins), he will be forgiven by Allah.” [Ahmad] Muslims should say the Tahlil (La ilaha il Allah), Tasbeeh (Subhanallah) and Takbeer (Allahu Akbar). It is also recommended to do as much dua (supplication) as possible on this day, since “there is no other day on which Allah frees a larger number of His slaves from the Fire of Hell than the Day of Arafah.” [Sahih Muslim]

The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The best supplication is on the day of Arafa, and the best remembrance that I and the prophets before me (made) is: “There is no god but Allah, the only true God, who has no partner. To Him belongs the kingdom (of the universe) and to Him all praises are due. And He has the power to do every thing.” [Tirmidhi]

Fasting on the day of Arafat

996619_385877728181761_759890098_nThe ninth day of Dhul-Hijjah (the 12th and final month of the Islamic calendar) is the Day of ‘Arafah. It is the day when pilgrims stand on the plain of ‘Arafah to pray. On this day, Muslims all over the world who do not witness the annual Hajj should spend the day in fasting, in preparation for the three days festivity following ‘Eid ul-Adha (the celebration marking the end of the Hajj commemorating the Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness of sacrifice).

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Free Arabic Learning

1381950_10151633857016104_1695293018_nIf you feel Difficulty in Reading and Writing Arabic. A great opportunity to learn without spending any money. This course is Free.

Arabic Reading and Writing Made Easy (ARB 011)

This course is the latest revised edition designed to teach Arabic to non – Arabs of varying backgrounds without any intermediary language. It uses the latest development in the science of linguistics related to the Arabic language. The significance of this course is that the learner need not have to memorize all the 28 Arabic alphabets and the 112 variations before learning to read and write. This course is ideal for adults and older youths as it develops the reading and writing skills gradually and logically compared to the traditional methods of al – Qaa’idah al – Baghdaadeeyah.

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