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What is Islam

Who is eligible to Receive Zakat?

Zakat is the third Pillar of Islam. It is sometimes translated as alms or poor-due, but actually means purification, growth, and blessing.

 

On the types of Zikr (remembrance of God)

There are two degrees of this recollection of God. The first degree is that of those saints whose thoughts are altogether absorbed in the contemplation of the majesty of God, and have no room in their hearts for anything else at all. This is the lower degree of recollection for when a man's heart is fixed and his limbs are so controlled by his heart that they abstain from even lawful actions, he has no need of any device or safeguard against sins. It was to this kind of recollection that the Prophet referred when he said, "He who rises in the morning with only God in his mind, God shall look after him, both in this world and the next." Some of these recollectors of God are so absorbed in the thought of Him that, if people speak to them they do not hear, or walk in front of them they do not see, but stumble as if they collided with a wall.

 

The Benefits of Belief in Taqdeer and Tawakkul

Source : Ilm Gate / 15 Apr 2014

The belief that everything which happened, is happening and will happen is according to the knowledge, will and command of Allah Ta’ala is called Taqdeer. Belief in Taqdeer is compulsory.

 

Jealousy Destroys Happiness of Life

By Maryam Hedayat | islam.ru | 15 Apr 2014

Jealousy is one of the most negative emotions a man may have towards his fellow being. It makes him to wish downfall for others and to be delighted when failure grips them.

Jealousy is a sinful sense which occurs when a person lacks another's superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires  or wish that the other should not have it. It is a negative trait in one's character.

 

He who knows himself knows God

THE KNOWLEDGE OF SELF

Knowledge of self is the key to the knowledge of God, according to the saying: "He who knows himself knows God," [hadith] and, as it is written in the Koran, "We will show them Our signs in the world and in themselves, that the truth may be manifest to them." Now nothing is nearer to thee than thyself, and if thou knowest not thyself how canst thou know anything else? If thou sayest "I know myself," meaning thy outward shape, body, face, limbs, and so forth, such knowledge can never be a key to the knowledge of God. Nor, if thy knowledge as to that which is within only extends so far, that when thou art hungry thou eatest, and when thou art angry thou attackest someone, wilt thou progress any further in this path, for the beasts are thy partners in this? But real self-knowledge consists in knowing the following things:

 

Best remembrance of Allah - La ilaha illa Allah

Source : Islamic Children Study / 14 Apr 2014

Bismi Allahir Rahmanir Raheem. All praise is for Allah, the Most High, the Lord of the Worlds. Allah's Peace and Blessings be upon all the Prophets of Allah, especially our Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu 'alaihi wa aalihi wa as-haabihi wa sallam).

 

The Status of Salah

Source : Islamic Da'wah Academy / 12 APr 2014

It should be remembered that in Salah, one communicates with one’s Lord, therefore, one should consider how one offers his/her Salah. Allah ta’ala has commanded us to establish the Salah. Establishment means to carry out Salah and all its constituents (including it’s pre-requisite: wudu [ritual ablution]) very carefully.

 

Nearest to Allah and the Prophet in the Hereafter

Source : Faith in Allah / Abu Amina Elias / 12 Apr 2014

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

By performing various good deeds, we will become closer to Allah on the Day of Resurrection and will earn the intercession of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

 

Virtues of sending blessing and sending greetings of peace

Source : Ahlus-Sunna / 11 Apr 2014

Hadith 1

Abu Talhah (رضي الله عنه) narrated assigning it to his father:

 

A Description of Hellfire: Its Food and Drink

Source : IslamReligion / 04 Apr 2014

The intense heat, food, and drink of the people of Hell is described in Islamic religious sources.

Its Heat

God says:

“And the companions of the left – what are the companions of the left?  (They will be) in scorching fire and scalding water and a shade of black smoke, neither cool nor beneficial.” (Quran 56:41-44)

 
 

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