The Power and Importance of Dua

In this mean and selfish world, it is difficult (actually impossible) to come across somebody who says that if you don’t ask for things from him, he will be riled with you. But, never forget, that the All-Knowing, All-Powerful, Creator of Heaven and Hell, Almighty Allah is there who is always willing to give His servants what they want.

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Small Deeds Are Promised Big Rewards

The Creator of all that you see, the All-Knowing, the All-Powerful, Almighty Allah always wants to reward His servants, even for the tiniest of deeds. And the rewards are not small, they are in one word- HUGE! But unfortunately, we Muslims, often giving the excuse of busy lives, miss out on these wonderful offers made by Allah Almighty to increase the weight of our good deeds. Remember, Islam is easy and these small deeds that are highly rewarded can be easily performed without hampering your worldly works. You just need to build the intention to perform them. There are many ways you can earn these rewards and for your convenience, ten easy deeds that have great prizes, have been listed below:

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The Concept of Marriage in Islam

Marriage is a contract between a man and a woman; in the history of mankind the concept of marriage evolved through the ages and got its maturity in the era of Islam. Almost all the religions in the world have been telling their believers to contract marriage in order to fulfill their desire of having sexual relationship without throwing them into great sins. Regardless of the sects, Islam has almost equal treatment and definitions of the contract marriage; however the Islamic values present very fine and upright plan for contracting marriage between a man and a woman.

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Significance and Virtues of Reciting Different Surahs and Ayahs

Recitation of Holy Quran not only brings peace of mind and heart but it is also source of inspiration and reason of getting many blessings and bounties from AllahAlmighty. It is Hidayah (the right direction) from start to end rather, its each word is full of blessings and Allah’s will. Holy Quran is indeed complete health of body and soul. Since its revelation, it has been rewarding the humankind with Allah’s unlimited blessings showered upon His creatures.

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Significance of Hijab for Women

Hijab is the dress that completes the adornment of Muslim women. The word hijab is derived from Arabic word ‘Hajaba’ which means ‘to hide or conceal’. Islamic definition of hijab is the dress that covers whatever might arouse instincts. Hijab is much more than just covering the body, it refers to the code of modesty as guided by Allah Almighty in the glorious Quran:

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What is Islam?

Islam is the religion of Muslims, a faith that there is only one Allah (God) and prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) is the last prophet of Allah.Derived from Arabic root “Salam/ Salema”, the name of final and only upright religionIslam has been derived referring to peace, purity, submission and obedience. In religious sense the word Islam means surrender and submission to the will of Allah and obedience to His laws.Allah Almighty says in the Holy Quran (interpretation of the meaning),

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How to Perform Proper Salah?

After performing the Wuddu in perfect manner, it is time to perform Salah (Prayer). For this purpose, a set pattern should be followed. Remember that there are different opinions regarding the positioning and postures according to different sects. So, in this article, we will be discussing the generally agreed rules (steps).

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Who is a Muslim?

“And strive in His cause as ye ought to strive, (with sincerity and under discipline). He has chosen you, and has imposed no difficulties on you in religion; it is the cult of your father Abraham. It is He Who has named you Muslims, both before and in this (Revelation); that the Messenger may be a witness for you, and ye be witnesses for mankind! So establish regular Prayer, give regular Charity, and hold fast to Allah! He is your Protector – the Best to protect and the Best to help!” (Surah Al Hajj, 22:78)

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