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  1. #51
    Jun 2013


    The Prophet ﷺ said:

    None shall ever greet me without God returning my spirit to me, so that I may answer his greeting.9

    Intention of Visiting the Prophet ﷺ

    It is highly recommended that your intention for this blessed trip should be to visit the Holy Prophet ﷺ. You should also have the intention of drawing closer to Allah through this virtuous action and you should also make the intention of visiting Masjid Nabawi and performing salah therein.

    After you have made your intention, increase your Salawat upon the Prophet ﷺ. You should do as much Salawat en route to Madinah and recite it with full concentration.

    As a member of the Prophet’s ﷺ Ummah, you should develop a yearning and desire within yourself to visit him and express your love for him.

    Etiquette to observe during visiting the grave:

    There are three graves side by side and when you approach towards the graves, the first one is the grave of Prophet (pbuh) followed by the graves of Abu-Bakr and Umar (May Allah be pleased with them). The actual graves cannot be seen, they are covered by golden metallic gates.
    when you come near to the Prophet’s grave, stand respectfully and give salutation of peace in low voice by saying:

    “As-salamu ‘alykum yaa Rasulallah wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu.” (May the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you, O Messenger of Allah!)

    Then move about two steps to the right, that is the grave of Abu-Bakr(May Allah be pleased with him) and extend your greetings to him by saying:
    “Assalamu ‘alykum yaa Abu-Bakr.” (Peace be upon you, Oh Abu-Bakr)

    Now move another two steps and extend your greetings to Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) by saying:

    “Assalamu ‘alykum yaa Umar.” (Peace be upon you, Oh Umar)
    It is not permissible for anyone to wipe his hands over the trellis or kiss it; or cry and ask the Prophet (pbuh) to fulfil your desire or relieve from distress or illness or any other wish. In fact this type of act is gravely sinful and regarded as associating partners with Allah and worship of other than Him.

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  2. #52
    Jun 2013


    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. While many of us are unable to make the blessed journey this year, there are still many ways for us to reap the blessings of this month.

    The first ten days of Dhul Hijjah
    are often referred to as the best ten days of the year. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There are no days on which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days.” [Bukhari]

    Here are some tips so we can all make the most of these blessed days:

    Read the Quran:

    Reading the Qur’an is a good deed and Allah (swt) especially loves the good deeds done in these days. Read as much as you can, even if it is a few verses each day.

    Increase in Nawaafil Prayers

    There are a number of extra prayers you can observe during the day to increase your worship and good deeds.

    Make lots of dhikr

    Our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There are no days that are greater before Allah or in which good deeds are more beloved to Him, than these ten days, so recite a great deal of tahleel, takbeer and tahmeed during them.” [Ahmad]:

    Tahmeed: Al-hamdu Lillah (All praises be to God)

    Tahleel: Laa ilaha ill-Allah (There is no god but Allah)

    Tasbeeh: Subhaan-Allah (Glory be to God)


    Use these blessed days to seek forgiveness for all our wrongdoings.


    It is Sunnah for the Muslim to fast on the first nine days of Dhul-Hijjah, because fasting is one of the best of deeds. In a hadith qudsi, Allah says: “All the deeds of the son of Adam are for him, except fasting, which is for Me and I shall reward for it.” [Bukhari, 1805]

    The Prophet said: “Fasting the day of `Arafah expiates the sins of two years: the past one and the coming one.” [Muslim]

    Give in charity

    Give in charity in these blessed days, as much as you can.

    Preserve ties of kinship

    Maintaining the ties of kinship is from the best of deeds due to the saying The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him): “Whoever would like his provision to be increased and his lifespan to be extended, let him maintain the ties of kinship.” [Bukhari]

    Importance Of The First 10 Days Of Dhul-Hijjah


  3. #53
    Jun 2013


    Why do Muslims perform the Journey of Hajj?

    Ahmed Deedat - Why non muslims are not allowed in mecca ?

    حلم قاده إلى الإسلام .. قسيس سابق يروي قصة إسلامه المؤثرة أثناء أدائه مناسك الحج (مترجم)

    أمريكية تعتنق الإسلام وتعاتب المسلمين"لما ذا لم يخبرنا أحد عن هذا؟" مقـطع جـد مؤثـر "Muslim revert "

  4. #54
    Jun 2013


    Eid Al-Adha

    In the religion of Islam, 'Id Al-Adha or Eid al-Adha (Arabic عيد الأضحى, "Festival of the Sacrifice") is a major festival that takes place at the end of the Hajj. It is also known as 'Id al-Qurban or al-'Id al-Kabir (Major Festival). Eid al-Adha marks the completion of the hajj (pilgrimage) rites at Mina, Saudi Arabia, but is also observed by Muslims throughout the world to commemorate the faith of Ibrahim (Abraham).

    Eid Al-Adha begins on the 10th of Dhu'l-Hijja, the last month of the Islamic calendar, and lasts for fours days. It begins the day after Muslims on the Hajj descend from Mount Arafat.

    Meaning of the Festival

    The festival commemorates Allah's gift of a ram in place of Isma'il (Ishmael), whom God had commanded Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice.

    The devil tried to persuade Ibrahim to disobey Allah and not to sacrifice his beloved son, but Ibrahim stayed absolutely obedient to Allah and drove the devil away. Eid al-Adha is a celebration of this supreme example of submission to God, which is the cornerstone of the Islamic faith (islam means "submission").
    Eid al-Adha Observances

    On Eid al-Adha, families that can afford it sacrifice an animal such as a sheep, goat, camel, or cow, and then divide the meat among themselves, the poor, friends and neighbors.

    The sacrifice is called Qurban. During the sacrifice, the following prayer is recited:

    In the name of Allah And Allah is the greatest O Allah, indeed this is from you and for you O Allah accept it from me. Eid al-Adha is a public holiday in Muslim countries. Like 'Id al-Fitr, 'Id Al-Adha begins with communal prayer at daybreak on its first day, which takes place at the local mosque. Worshippers wear their finest clothes for the occasion. It is also a time for visiting friends and family and for exchanging gifts.

    Mass Islamic congregation on Eid al-Adha at Jama Masjid, ...

    رجل يفاجئ هاشم أثناء حديثه وينطق بالشهادة

    اخطر رجل مافيا في أوروبا المطلوب للإنتربول يعلن إسلامه -The Dangerous Man finally became a Muslim

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