Fajr prayer can be difficult and burdensome however, there are some virtues that we fail to realise, in this article, I will analyse some of the merits of this blessed prayer, Fajr as documented in the Qur’an and Sunnah In’sha’Allah 1) Oath by Fajr
Jamiu Abiola, a son of the late Chief Moshood Abiola (MKO) and Mrs Kudirat Abiola, has revealed that his mother was reading the Qur'an when she got shot. During his recent interview with Tobi Aworinde, Jamiu made some revelations regarding the experiences of his late parents.The names of Chief Moshood Abiola and his wife, Kudirat Abiola are strongly associated with the celebration of Democracy in Nigeria.
Islam makes certain times and places especially sacred.While a believer can certainly engage in worship such as remembering or glorifying Allah at any time (“standing, sitting or lying on their sides”), some periods of time have special and unique blessings associated with them.
Yusuf A.S was a young boy, handsome, happy and very much loved by his father. He lived in the house with his younger brother Binyamin and 10 older half-brothers. Qur’anic accounts make it clear that Yusuf A.S excelled his brothers as the sun outshines the stars.
There is no punishment mentioned in the Quran for blasphemy, the Qur’an does not endorse a worldly punishment for the sin of blasphemy.
Traditional worshipper, Historian, Twitter influencer, Ifa Funsho has said Africans have been made to read only the Bible and Qur’an as the Holy Books where knowledge can be gotten rather Kemetic.What is Kemetic?
Laylat Al Qadr is also known as the Night of Power, is the name given to the night when the Angel Jibril first appeared to Muhammad and started revealing the Qur’an.For Muslims, this is the most important event in history.It is believed that, on the Night of Power, angels come down to Earth.
Today is Eid-el-Kabir celebration, Muslims are very happy, it is a special day for them when they eat that ram. But Eid-el-Kabir is not all about slaughtering and eating ram. What is needed or expected of a true Muslim is the intention and fear of Allah with which he slaughtered the animal.
The first ten days of Dhul Hijjah ( 12 months of Islamic calendar) was mentioned in the glorious book of Allah (Quran) and the book of Prophet Muhammad (Hadith). As we enter the first 10 days of this blessed month, our hearts and prayers are with those undertaking the holy pilgrimage of Hajj during these days.
The governor of Yobe state, Mr Buni has sponsored 32 students to go and study Qur’an and Arabic Language in Al Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.The governor sponsored the student even though the state university is offering the courses. Earlier this year the state governor sponsored 233 students to study in India’s educational institutions in February.
Islam is a religion of peace in the fullest sense of the word.The Qur’an calls its way ‘the paths of peace’ (5:16).It states that God abhors any disturbance of peace (2:205).
A Nigerian lady, Aderonke Rene Ahmed, has been assisting people to get through this Ramadan period, she raised fund and put it to good work of cooking deliciously looking meal that she served to people for free, On the twelfth day of her charity work, she used to be in a position to feed 268 people jollof rice with two big pieces of meat and chilled bottled water, a move that got her much commendation on social media.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.During this month, Muslims faithfull observe a complete fast from dawn until sunset.The observance of the sawm, considered to be the Fourth Pillar of Islam, and is detailed in the holy Qur’an:.
Aisha R.A reported: When the last ten nights of Ramadan arrived, the Prophet would tighten his waist belt (i.e work hard), spend the night in worship, and awaken his family.Allah’s Messenger used to exert himself in devotion during the last 10 nights to a greater extent than at any other time.
Ramadan is a month of spiritual cleansing and purification for Muslims in which the Muslims faithful try to increase in an act worship, good deeds and acts of charity.The last ten days and nights hold even more significance as Allah shows great mercy to His creation.Seeking Laylatul Qadr Laylatul Qadr, the Night of Decree or Night of majesty, is one of the most sacred day in the month of Ramadan.
The month of Ramadan is one of the blessed month for the Muslims.One might be tempted to ask if other months are not blessed, no, not all months are blessed and can be used for the worship of Allah.Some certain things dignify and typifies the month which are highlighted below.
Earlier yesterday, Saudi Arabia authorities released new guidelines for mosques in the country. The Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Dawah which oversees the running of Mosques issued directives to mosques on Sunday to ban the use of External Speakers during Congregational Prayers. The Ministry from its official Twitter Handle issued a statement explaining the background of its decision.
Getting back on track with your diet after Ramadan fasting is not difficult.After all, you have to resume what you do the rest of the 11 months of the year.It's in public domain that every year, the Holy month of Ramadan provides Muslims in world with the opportunity to eliminate unhealthy eating patterns and gives their overburdened digestive systems a much needed break.
I often ask myself, “Why is it so hard for people to change when they have the tools and just need to practice?” What is stopping us from being consistent? Over the years I have come to realize that there are mental blocks and natural fallbacks on the path to growth that we must be aware of in order to be empowered along the way. Here is my list to help guide us through the pulse of human growth! (1) Know the Keys to Growth. Time + Repetition = Change Time + Changes = Transformation Time + Transformations
As everyone knows that the month of Ramadan starts tomorrow, one of the obligations expected from every Muslims is reading of the Holy Qur’an.Here are the methods of completing the Holy Qur’an within days of the month; The method of completing the Holy Qur’an during (30 days), everyday portion of the Qur’an Al-Fajr: 4 Pages Zuhur: 4 pages Al-Asr: 4 pages Magrib: 4 pages Isha: 4 pages The method of completing the Holy Qur’an during (15 days).