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Step-by-Step Prayer Guide For Muslim Women

Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahim by Naielah Ackbarali Allah Most High says: “Successful indeed are the believers: those who humble themselves in prayer.” [Surat al-Mu’minun, v. 1-2] The word humble (khushu’) means to bring about a state of perfect concentration, such that...

Step-By-Step Umrah Guide

Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahim Please listen to all of our video lessons for the full details of each step.  1. Prepare one’s body for iḥrām with the sunna acts. take a ghusl, trim nails, brush or comb hair, remove armpit and pubic hair, trim one’s mustache (for men),...

Five Must-Know Rulings For Praying During Labor

Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahim by Naielah Ackbarali Every woman’s birthing experience will be unique. Some women may choose to give birth at home, while others believe that delivering in a hospital is best. Some women feel strongly about having natural vaginal births,...

Eid Prayer & Recommended Acts

Bismi Llahir Rahmanir Rahim by Naielah Ackbarali The Companion Anas (Allah be pleased with him) said, “The Messenger of Allah ﷺ migrated to the city of Medina and saw the people celebrating two days of festivities. He ﷺ said, ‘What are these two days?’ The people of...

Wearing clothes in an unusual manner in Salah

Asalamualaikum I believe I read it was considered makruh tahriman to wear clothes in an odd manner in salah. Personally, I did what I did to cover my awrah of my arms. But because of how strangely it was worn, it was difficult for me to properly put my hands under my...

Turning the chest away from the Qiblah

Question Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu respected mufti e ikraam In Bahiste zewar it is mentioned in the topic ‘acts that nullify salah’ that if a person moves beyond the place of sajdah , his salah will break. The question is if during Hajj or when...

Removing chest and back hair

Question Assalamualaikum respected Mufti Sahib. Is it permissible for men to shave the hair growing on the chest, stomach and thighs? Jazakallahu khair. Answer In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salamu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullahi...