How should you feel the different acts of prayer? How should you perform the prayer as correctly as the Prophet did?

How should you feel the different acts of prayer? How should you perform the prayer as correctly as the Prophet did? More »

Why do Muslims offer the

Why do Muslims offer the "Prayer of Fear"? Is fearing of an animal a necessity to offer it? How did the Prophet (peace be upon him) offered it?

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In this Episode, Dr. Muhammad Salah and Dr. Yasir al-Fiqi explain the position of the sitting of the tashahhud, moving the finger while reciting tashahhud, the difference between the sitting of the middle tashahhud and the sitting of the last tashahhud, the du`aa' to be recited after tashahhud, and the dhikr after finishing the prayer.

In this Episode, Dr. Muhammad Salah and Dr. Yasir al-Fiqi explain the position of the sitting of the tashahhud, moving the finger while reciting tashahhud, the difference between the sitting of the middle tashahhud and the sitting of the last tashahhud, the du`aa' to be recited after tashahhud, and the dhikr after finishing the prayer.

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What are the merits of offering two rak'ahs after each ablution? What are the recommended times to use toothbrush?

What are the merits of offering two rak'ahs after each ablution? What are the recommended times to use toothbrush?

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Click here to know the accurate Prayer times for 6 Million Cities Worldwide.

Click here to know the accurate Prayer times for 6 Million Cities Worldwide.

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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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