Islam promotes balance and moderation in all aspects of life. The Qur’an orders us to avoid any form of extravagance or extremism in our practices.
Hazrat Abu Moosa Al Ashari (Radiyallahu Anhu) accepted Islam in Makkah.
Salah is the most important and profound Ibadah (worship) of a Muslim.
'Where the wealthy are invited and poor are left out’
Sajdah (prostration) is the ultimate position of humility for a Believer. In Sajdah, the highest part of the human body, where the intellect resides, meets the ground. The position of Sajdah is the climax of Salah.
Name: Zayd bin Thabit bin Dahhak bin Zayd bin Amr Al Makhzoomi Al Ansari
To stand upright in Salah is known as Qiyam. Standing up is an obligatory posture of Salah without which the Salah is invalid, unless one cannot perform Salah standing, or is unable to make Sajdah on the ground.
With the rise of social media, materialism and consumerism, the world is gripped by a desire to have everything instantly. Constantly desiring what others have can lead to feelings of low self-esteem and depression, especially when one cannot have what others have.
Hazrat Abdullah bin Salam was an honourable Sahabi from the famous Jewish tribe Banu Qaynuqa. He is from the progeny of Nabi Yusuf bin Ya'qub (AS).
When Allah Ta'ala commanded Hazrat Moosa and Haroon (AS) to go to Fir'aun, He instructed them with the following; “Speak to him (Fir'aun) in a gentle (soft) manner, perhaps he will accept or he will fear (Allah).” (Surah Taha)
The following Qura’nic teachings advise Muslims on the importance of reconciliation: “Verily the believers are brothers, so reconcile between your brothers.” (Surah Hujarat – V 10)
Hazrat Umm Habibah (RA) narrates that Nabi r said, 'Whoever performs 12 Rakats of Salah in the day excluding the Fardh Salah, Allah will build a house in Jannah for him or a house in Jannah will be built for him.' (Sahih Muslim)
Khadijah bint Khuwaylid ibn Asad ibn Abdil Uzza ibn Qusay. Her lineage meets with that of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) at ibn Qusay
Living in harmony is important for a stable society. The Noble Quran encourages believers to unite their ranks and work towards mutual harmony.