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How to deal with people having negative assumptions about me due 2 whispers of satan

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How to deal with people having negative assumptions about me due 2 whispers of satan - assim al hakeem

Can I allow my child to be the imam & lead me in prayer? #assimalhakeem

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Can I allow my child to be the imam & lead me in prayer? #assimalhakeem #assim assim al hakeem

Can we play a cracked game 🎮 that is available for free online? #assim

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Can we play a cracked game 🎮 that is available for free online? #assim assim al hakeem

Should we raise our hands & say Ameen during Qunoot in Witr & in Qunoot Nazilah?

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Should we raise our hands & say Ameen during Qunoot in Witr & in Qunoot Nazilah? assim al hakeem

If I promise I would help someone in something but found out its haram, what to do with the promise?

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If I promise I would help someone in something but found out its haram, what to do with the promise? assim al hakeem

Islamic country that used to apply correct Sharia & has gone astray!

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Islamic country that used to apply correct Sharia & has gone astray! #assimalhakeem assim al hakeem

Is Jinn possession real & was there any such incident at the time of Prophet ﷺ?

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Is Jinn possession real & was there any such incident at the time of Prophet ﷺ? assim al hakeem

Must we make prior intention when giving charity, zakat, fidya etc? #assimalhakeem

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Must we make prior intention when giving charity, zakat, fidya etc? #assimalhakeem assim al hakeem

Question and answer about I'tikaf

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What is I'tikaf?I'tikaf is an Islamic practice of dedicating oneself to worship Allah by staying in seclusion in a mosque, particularly during the last 10 days of Ramadan, for the purpose of worship and seeking the Night of Power.

I'tikaf

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Embrace the tranquility of Ramadan Embrace the tranquility of Ramadan with I'tikaf, a beautiful Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh). Dedicate the last 10 nights to worship in the mosque, seeking closeness to Allah. Itikaf Night Of Power

The Eid prayer (part 7 of 7)

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Khutbah Unlike the Friday prayer, the khutbah in the Eid prayer is given after the prayer.

The Eid prayer (part 6 of 7)

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Then the imam says silently a'udhu billahi min al-Shaytan al-Rajim (i.e. ‘I seek shelter with Allah against Satan, the accursed.’) He then recites the Qur’an aloud, reciting after al-Fatihah Surah Al Al'ala (87) in the first rak'ah and Surah Al Ghashia (88) in the second, as it is reported by Jabir ibn Samurah that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did that

The Eid prayer (part 5 of 7)

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Description of Eid prayer: The Eid prayer consists of two rak'ahs, similar to the  Friday prayer, In the first rak'ah and after the Takbeer (glorification), Allah-u akbar, and the opening supplication, the same after that, al-Fatiha and another surah are recited glorification of takbeer is repeated seven more times, after that, al-Fatiha and another surah are recited . In the second rak'ah the same takbeer is repeated five times, other than the takbeer for standing up from sujood before reciting al-Fatihah. This is based on the hadith.

The Eid prayer (part 4 of 7)

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It is recommended to start the Eid al-Adha prayer at the beginning of its time range and to delay the Eid al-Fitr prayer because the Prophet (peace be upon him) did that. People need to attend to their sacrifice after the prayer at Eid al-Adha, while the delay in Eid al-Fitr prayer helps a person who has not yet paid Zakat al-Fitr to pay it, as it must be paid up to immediately before the prayer.

The Eid prayer (part 3 of 7)

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The Eid prayer becomes due at the time when the Sunnah prayer known as Duha is due, which means it starts when the sun has risen in the sky about one spear’s length. This is when the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his successors used to offer it, and prior to the sun being at that height, prayer is discouraged.

The Eid prayer (part 2 of 7)

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It is recommended to offer the Eid prayer in an open space away from residential buildings.Apparently this he did in order to publicize this Islamic tradition. It is permissible to offer it in a large mosque when there is need for that, such as rain, strong winds or other severe weather conditions.

The Eid prayer (part 1 of 7)

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The Eid prayer is a collective duty, which means that when some Muslims offer it, the rest are not accountable for their omission. If no one offers it, then all share in the sin. This is because it is one of the clearest manifestations of the Islamic identity of the community. Moreover, the Prophet (peace be upon him) always did it, as did his Companions after he had passed away.

Values to be observed by fasting people

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1-Every Muslim must avoid telling lies, backbiting and cursing at all times, but this is even more strongly required in Ramadan.  2-Desisting from lewdness and foul language, as well as from answering those who use such language.  3-A Muslim must protect himself and his body against committing any sin at all times, but this is more emphasized in Ramadan.

The last 10 nights of Ramadan

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Islam recommends Muslims to practise this Sunnah and stay in the mosque in the last 10 nights of Ramadan when they should devote more of their time to worship. The Prophet’s (peace be upon him) practice in these 10 nights was to devote all his time to worship, staying up every night, eager to be attending to his worship on the Night of Decree which falls in one of these 10 nights.

tikaf

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tikaf means committing oneself to something, but in Islamic contexts it refers to the staying in seclusion in a mosque, by a Muslim who knows what he is doing, for  the worship of Allah. 

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