When we go into sujud (prostration), we know that God answers our du`a' (supplication), so we try hard to concentrate. Yet what do we feel when we go into ruku` (bowing)?

When we go into sujud (prostration), we know that God answers our du`a' (supplication), so we try hard to concentrate. Yet what do we feel when we go into ruku` (bowing)? More »

The creature, by nature, is fallible. The Creator is the All-Forgiving. Prayer is the tool. But how does the equation work and for whom?

The creature, by nature, is fallible. The Creator is the All-Forgiving. Prayer is the tool. But how does the equation work and for whom?

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Watch this episode of the Prophet's Prayer series presented by Dr. Muhammad Salah on Huda TV to know the requirements that make the Prayer valid.

Watch this episode of the Prophet's Prayer series presented by Dr. Muhammad Salah on Huda TV to know the requirements that make the Prayer valid.

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Click the Compass, then type your home address or your zip code, and press

Click the Compass, then type your home address or your zip code, and press "Go". The red line inside the map will indicate the direction of the Qiblah.

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The Islamic or Hijri calendar is based on a lunar month of 29 to 30 days, with the day starting at sunset. The Islamic year consists of twelve months: (1) Muharram, (2) Safar, (3) Rabi` Awwal, (4) Rabi` Thani, (5) Jumada Awwal, (6) Jumada Thani, (7) Rajab, (8) Sha`ban, (9) Ramadan, (10) Shawwal, (11) Dhul- Qi`dah, (12) Dhul- Hijjah.

The Islamic or Hijri calendar is based on a lunar month of 29 to 30 days, with the day starting at sunset. The Islamic year consists of twelve months: (1) Muharram, (2) Safar, (3) Rabi` Awwal, (4) Rabi` Thani, (5) Jumada Awwal, (6) Jumada Thani, (7) Rajab, (8) Sha`ban, (9) Ramadan, (10) Shawwal, (11) Dhul- Qi`dah, (12) Dhul- Hijjah.

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Click the Compass, then type your home address or your zip code, and press

Click the Compass, then type your home address or your zip code, and press "Go". The red line inside the map will indicate the direction of the Qiblah.

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