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Mosque of the Prophet Muhamad in Madina
History The construction of Masjid an Nabawi When the Holy Prophet (PBUH) migrated to Madinah, everyone hoped that the Prophet would stay with them. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that Allah commanded his camel, and wherever it would stop, He would stay there. The land where the camel stopped belonged to two orphan brothers, Suhail

Makkan and Madinan Verses of Quran

When we review the process of the Quran’s revelation on the Holy Prophet (PBUH), we find that it is quite a long journey. The whole Quran, which is actually the speech of Allah Almighty, comprises 86 Makkan surahs and 28 Madinan surahs that collectively make 114 surahs. Makkan and Madinan Phase The Mekkan verses The
Muslims have been utilizing and encouraging the use of the Black Cumin, also, known as Kalonji, Black Seed, Nutmeg Flower, Black Caraway seeds for many years. Muslims use this seed all around the world for more than 3000 years. It isn’t just a prophetic spice, but it also holds a remarkable spot in Al-Tibb al-Nabawi
mosque of Ummayad, minaret of Issa
Miraculous Birth of Prophet Issa – Jesus In Islamic history, the birth of Prophet Issa (A.S), also known as ‘Jesus Christ’ was miraculous. He played a vital role in showing the oneness of Allah (SWT). Thus, like Christians, Muslims also respect Prophet Issa (A.s). However, a significant difference in each perspective is that Muslims consider
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The holy and great mosque of Mecca or Masjid al-Haram is around ‘Kaaba’. Indeed, it is the place where millions of Muslims come to perform pilgrimage like Hajj and Umrah. Also, Muslims pray and gather at Masjid al-Haram to perform ‘Tawaf’ (the ritual circling of the Kaaba). It is the second biggest mosque after the
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Early Life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born in Makkah in 570 A.D. Shortly after his birth, his mother Aminah bint Wahb passed away. Also, his father, Abdullah ibn Abd al-Muttalib had already died before his birth. Consequently, his grandfather Abdul Mutalib and later his uncle Abu Talib took responsibility for Prophet
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Muslims consider ayat al Kursi as one of the most powerful symbols of faith. It is a verse of Surah Al-Baqarah (Verse 255) and has immense historical significance. Thus, this surah relates to reassuring one’s faith in Allah Almighty. It also discusses the greatness of Allah. Upon recitation of Ayat al Kursi, a believer seeks
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Baraka is an Islamic concept that every Muslim must integrate and assimilate in his daily life. Let’s see what it’s all about. Thus, The blessing of God often translates by the baraka. Baraka’s definition is a spiritual blessing that can occur at any time in life. Indeed, the Baraka can happen at any time of
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We all know that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him) encouraged the Muslims to read Surah al-Kahf each Friday. Indeed, its protective values and its four consecutive stories told by Allah the Almighty to the Prophet (PBUH) make it one of the most precious Surah.   The cause of the revelation of the Cave
Allah created this life and made it filled with challenges. Also, Allah has promised us that this Dunya, as it’s called Dunya, which is something lower, will never be perfect for anyone. It will not go smoothly all the time for anyone. No matter how old or young you are, problems will come one day.
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Consequently, Arabic is the language of Islam. Indeed, Allah the Almighty has chosen the Arabic language among so many other languages. ​​Thus, He SWT has brought down His Noble Book, the Qur’an, in the Arabic language. In the same way, He SWT made it the language of the last and best of the prophets, Muhammad
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