Source : ProductiveMuslim / 03 Oct 2014
Firstly, we should acknowledge that as a Muslimah, our first and foremost role is to worship Allah but then immediately after fulfilling these obligations, serving our parents is the best honour we can have. Allah says in the Qur’an:
Source : The National / 01 Oct 2014
They may be a long way from Mecca but children at a private school in Dubai said they learnt a lot from a “virtual Haj” on Tuesday.
More than 600 children at Emirates International School (EIS) in the Meadows carried out the religious observance using carefully decorated cardboard props.
Source : IslamWeb / 22 Sep 2014
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and it was enjoined by Allaah on the Muslims to be performed once during one's lifetime. This pillar is observed during the month of Thul-Hijjah.
Building and Purifying the Ka`bah:
Source : Oocities.org / 06 Sep 2014
Islam teaches that we have to be good to our neighbours. Allah tells us in the Qur’an:
"…Serve Allah, and join not any partners with Him; and do good- to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, those in need, neighbours who are near, neighbours who are strangers… [4:36]
Source : MK Journal.org / 19 Aug 2014
Zakah is a very important part of Islam. It teaches us to share what we have. It helps us avoid being selfish. "Selfishness" is when a person thinks only about himself or herself, and does not care about others.
Source : IslamWeb / 27 Jun 2014
The month of Ramadhaan, which Muslims fast every year, is the best of all months in the sight of Allaah, the Almighty. In this month, the Heavenly Books were revealed to Ibraaheem, Moosaa and 'Eesaa, may Allaah exalt their mention. The Quran was also revealed to our Prophet Mohammad, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, in laylet al-Qadr (the Night of Decree), which is one of the nights of that great month.
Source : Muslim Path / 23 Jun 2014
Fathima looks forward to Fajr prayers every morning. She loves the fresh smell of dew that the morning brings. Everything is so fresh in the morning and the two rak'ath of Fajr makes her feel really close to Allah the most high. But she always has one nagging question in her mind. "How do I ensure that I always remember Allah throughout the day?" she wonders. So one day she decides to observe what her family does to remember Allah.
Source : Productive Muslim / 11 Jun 2014
Children are a product of our society and the most valuable asset of our future. We, as adults, greatly influence how a child feels and behaves. We have the power to motivate and inspire them. We need to create a positive image about learning about our deen. The only way to achieve this is by leading by example. As a parent, you will have very little impact on your child’s want to learn if you do not make the effort to do the same.
Source : ZakatCalculator / 09 Jun 2014
Ramadan is the month of blessings; a month full of opportunities, benefits and blessings for Muslims around the world. It is also a great month to get the little ones introduced to. Teaching kids about Islam is the duty of every parent. Just because children and some teenagers aren’t old enough to fast doesn’t mean they can’t know about Ramadan and the concept of fasting in Islam.
Source : OoCities.org / 14 Apr 2014
There are the 6 Articles of Iman (faith) that every Muslim must believe in and live by.
Read and find out what they are!
اَرْكَانُ الاِيْمَانِ سِتَّةٌ:
اَنْ تُؤمِنَ بِاللَّهِ، وَمَلاَئِكَتِهِ، وَكُتُبِهِ، وَرُسُلِهِ، وَبِالْيَوْمِ الَْآخِرِ، وَبالْقَدَرِ خَيْرِهِ وَشَرِِّهِ مِنَ اللَّهِ تَعَالَى
The Pillars of Iman are six:
To believe in Allah, the Angels, the Books, the Messengers, the Last Day, the Divine Destiny and that the good and bad of it are all from Allah, the Most High.