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Meraj - Ultimate belief in the unseen

Darul Ihsan Centre

Belief in the Unseen represents a major and essential part of Islam. When we review the key principles of Islam such as belief in Allah, the Hereafter, Paradise and Hell, angels and jinn, past prophets and books... Read More

China ‘supports Palestinian cause’   

Darul Ihsan Media Desk

Vice President Li Yuanchao the Palestinian people to restore their legitimate rights..Read More

Following four Mazhabs   

Darul Ihsan Fatwa Dept.

Please tell me what are the 4 mazhabs that Muslims choose to follow?... Read More


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Scientists have shown that the Islamic prayer (known as Salah) which Muslims perform five times a day can be good for your back if done properly with the correct knee and back angles.

Al Burhan is among the many attributes of our Rabb, AllahTa’ala.

“Go green” is the current buzz-word to encourage people to protect the environment and conserve natural resources. While the rest of the world woke up fairly recently to the reality that the natural resources that we have been blessed with should not be wasted, Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) taught the Ummah more than 14 centuries ago the lesson of conservation and of totally avoiding israaf.

Jabir Radiyallahu 'anhu narrates that Rasullullah Sallallahu 'alaihi wasallam said: Any Muslim who plants a tree, then whatever is eaten from it, is Sadaqah for him; what is stolen from it is Sadaqah for him; what beasts eat is Sadaqah for him; what birds eat is Sadaqah for him; whosoever takes anything from the tree (fruits etc) is Sadaqah (for the planter). (Muslim)

It needn't be the case, just follow the directions to achieve great results every time and perform well, Insha Allah. As Muslims we should strive for academic excellence with the belief of that the true reward and salvation will be achieved in the Hereafter. Our efforts and aspirations in this world should be undertaken with our intention to succeed in the Hereafter.


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