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What are the Rules of Fasting?

Islam is the most practiced religion in the world. Muslims are present in almost every region of the world and practices the teaching of Sunnah and took guidance from Quran to solve the problems and issues which they encounter in their daily day life. 426 more words

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Umrah is an act of worshipping ALLAH Almighty by performing circumambulation or Tawaaf seven times of the Holy Kaaba and performing another important rite of Umrah which is Saaee, saaee is running between the two sacred hills of Safa and Marwa and then in the last step of performing minor pilgrimage pilgrims do halq and taqseer which is cutting and shaving off the head Hairs. 391 more words


Quran and Modern Science

Holy Quran is the most read book in the world. People around the world read Muslims or non-Muslims and get knowledge from it and also practice its teaching in their detail life and seek the guidance of world and hereafter. 684 more words


Compilation of Holy Quran In The Life of Hazrat Abu-Bakr

After the death of Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H), the first Caliph Islam was Hazrat Abu Bakr, and this was decided by Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) in his lifetime. 679 more words

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Heavenly Feasts (MANN AND SALWA)

Mann and Salwa
When Sayyiduna Musa عَلیہِ السلاَم was living along with six hundred thousand people of the Bani Israel in the field of Teeh, 268 more words


The Miracle of Prophet Musa علیہ السلام through his blessed hand (Glowing Hand)

Glowing hand
When Allah عزوجل sent Sayyiduna Musa عَلیہِ السلاَم in the court of pharaoh for guiding him, Allah عزوجل bestowed Sayyiduna Musa عَلیہِ السلاَم with two miracles, one of which was ‘the blessed staff’ and the other was the miracle of ‘the glowing hand’. 172 more words


Six Hundred Thousand Bani Israel Wandered in the Field of Teeh for forty years

After pharaoh drowned into the River Nile and all the Bani Israel became Muslim, and when Sayyiduna Musa عليه السلام was blessed with tranquillity and peace of mind, Allah ﷻ ordered him to enter the Holy Land (Bayt-ul-Muqaddas) with the Bani Israel. 410 more words