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Hadith of the day

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Hadith of the day

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The narrator of hadith
Abu Hurairah had an excellent memory which is why he was able to narrate so many ahadith

Hadith of the day
Abu Huraira reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “If someone forgets, and eats and drinks, he should complete his fast. Allah has fed him and let him drink.”

Inviting people to Islam
It is a universal fact that within three centuries after Prophet’s death, Islam spread over the area of three continents — Asia, Africa and Europe

Adhaan - The Call to prayers
Adhaan is a stirringly evocative symbol of Islam calling Muslims to prayers.


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“There is a gate in the Garden called ar-Rayyan which those who fast will enter on the Day of Rising, and none but they will enter it.”
A journey of faith
Haj is the most rewarding spiritual journey anyone can embark on
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“The servant (who conceals) the faults of others in this world, Allah would conceal his faults on the Day of Resurrection.”
‘Masbaha’ prayer-beads have become a Muslim tradition
Come Ramadan and more people pick up their prayer beads as a tool by which they perform the dhikr, or pronouncements in remembrance of Allah as instructed by the Holy Quran.
All human beings are equal, no consideration of class distinctions in Islam
No consideration of tribe, nation, race, sex or colour was of any value in the society the Prophet (PBUH) moulded. All were equal
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“Allah does not require someone who does not abandon lies, and acting by them, while fasting to abandon his food and drink.”
Small charity, big rewards
The purpose of zakatul fitr is to purify those who fast from any indecent act or speech and to help the poor and needy
Hadith of the day
Allah, the Mighty and Exalted said, ‘Every action of the son of Adam is for himself except for fasting. It is Mine and I repay it.’ Fasting is a shield
Lailat Al Qadr: The best night of the year
God has made the Night of Power an occasion to earn bountiful and rich rewards
Hadith of the day
Ibn Abbas relates that the Messenger of Allah has uttered curses for those who try to resemble women, and for those women who try to resemble men
Hadith of the day
Jabir narrates that the Messenger of Allah has forbidden (the believers from) making the grave firm with plaster, from sitting on it, and from erecting a structure over it
Seclusion - The virtue of Ramadan
Itikaaf is a spiritual retreat and Islamic ritual wherein a believer secludes himself from others to engage solely in acts of worship and keep away from worldly dealings, especially during Ramadan
Istikharah - Your guide to choose the best
The primary objective of istikharah prayer is to seek clarity of mind and confidence to make the right decision
Hadith of the day
“Anyone who prays in Ramadan motivated by belief and in expectation of the reward will be forgiven his past wrong actions.”
Hadith of the day
Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “Allah, the Mighty and Majestic said, ‘The most beloved of My slaves to Me is the quickest to break the fast’.” (Tirmidhi)

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