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  1. Sallam, Quick question: Dua Al Ahad is recommended to be recited during the time of fajir for forty mornings. What happens when a sister is on her menstrual period, how does that work? Can she still recite the Dua? If not, how can those forty mornings be completed then?
  2. Assalamu alaykum, I am a born Muslim but have a question to which I cannot find a definitive answer on the other forums. In the first rakat of prayers, you read Surah Fatiha and any other surah of the Quran after it. For the 2nd surah of the 2nd rakat, however, I have heard different things. For example, I have heard that it is mandatory to recite Surah Ikhlas but I've also heard that you can recite any other surah of the Quran so long as it is shorter than the 2nd surah you recited for the 1st rakat. I am a Sunday School teacher and want to clarify this for my students as well, so I am hoping I can find the correct answer from all you intelligent people! JazakAllah Khair.
  3. Sallam, I missed salaht Alfajir this morning, with extreme guilt. I haven't missed morning prayer in a very long time, but is there anything else I can to with the making up of the salaht to make sure it gets accepted? I mean like additional salaht or duaas just to make sure it gets accepted. Also another question: I work at a department store and my shifts are usually right before Mugharib prayer, is okay, that I pray in the fitting rooms? Cleanliness wise, or should I wait to get home-which is right before mid-night. Insh'Allah all our prayers are accepted.
  4. This is a question by a member who wishes to remain anonymous. I read somewhere that from the time of Sunset until the time of Maghrib that we should not pray. This might be because other people would see us praying and think either 1) we are praying too early or 2) they would rush to pray Maghrib when it was not Maghrib time yet. Is it true that there is a prohibition of praying between Sunset and Maghrib and we should only make dua during that time? If we are in our private room and nobody can see us praying, can we pray a prayer between Sunset and Maghrib, to make up a prayer that we missed from our past?
  5. 5000 + Dua's Online Please Visit this website & share with others http://www.duas1.com Hazrat Imam e Hussain a.s & (Ayma Masomeen a.s) Says, Read Ziyarat Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s or Ziyarat Ashura or Asalamoalaka ya Abaabdella -hel -Imam e Hussain a.s Wa Ashab ul Hussain a.s Wa Ansar ul Hussian a.s Aslamoalkium Waramat ullaha Wabarkato (must be recite daily 3 times towards the Karbala on your Roof or Lawn at night, safety in grave is Guarantee! from Azab e Qabr (Punishment of Grave) 40,000 Guzz (Meters) from Left, 40,000 Guzz from Right, 40,000 Guzz from Legs & 40,000 Guzz from Head (in all directions). The Person who read this daily, I Hazrat Imam e Hussian a.s came to his grave for his Ziyarat. (Rewards is Hajj's & Umrah's) and 14 Ayma Masomeen a.s also came for His Ziyarat in Grave and help him in Grave in the time of tension, sorrow, difficulties & Day of Judgment. Attn!(12th Imam) Hazrat Imam Zamana a.s Says (Order), Why you do not Read Ziyarat e Ashura Daily Ashura ! Ashura ! Ashura ! and Pray for My Reappearance daily.Hazrat Imam Jafar Sadiq (a.s) narrates that “one who recites at Fajar Dua e Ahad (Promise with Last Imam) for 40 mornings;(read daily till end of death) he will be accounted amongst the helpers of Hazrat Imam Mahdi (a.t.f.s). And if he happens to die before the reappearance of Hazrat Imam Mahdi (a.t.f.s), Allah will raise him up from his rave so that he may assist the holy Imam (a.t.f.s). For every word that he recites in this supplication, Allah will grant him 1000 good deeds and will erase from his scroll of deeds 1000 sins”. Ziarat-e-Ashura Dua'a after Ziarat (Dua e Alqamah) Dua e Ahad (Promise with Harzat Imam Zamana a.s) Read daily at Fajr Say ! (Tasbeeh Tanslation in English) "O Allah ! condemn and lay a curse upon the killers of Hussain a.s, his family and friends" (Tasbeeh in Arabic) "ALLAAHUMAL-A’N QATALATAL H’USAYN WA AWLAADIHEE WA AS’HAABIHEE " (Tasbeeh in Easy Urdu Translation) "Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s Aur Un-kaa Ashaab kaa Qatloo pur Lant ba Shammar!" Read must This Tasbeeh 100 times or more (un-limited) daily after every Namaz, you can read in any Language which you feel easy. It is my (Abbas Shahid) Will and Advise to all of them, please must Read daily Ziyarat e Waris Hazrat Imam e Hussain a.s with Ziyarat Hazrat Abbas a.s , Hazrat Ali Akbar a.s & Shuda e Karbala a.s or Ziyarat Ashura daily (read 2 rakat namaz hadia Ziyarat Qurbat illah like fajr namaz) (Huge Rewards, Ranks & Benefits in World, Grave & Day of Judgement) for any Wishes, Tension, Increase in Wealth, Any Hard Difficulties, For Marriage purpose, Interuption in Marriages & Engagement or Safety in Grave from Azab e Qabr (Punishment of Grave) Attn! You can read must for Dead Peoples like (Mother/Father/Sister/Brother/Grand Father/Mother or Any) to increase there ranks in Paradise (Jannat). This is best Deed's (Work) which you perform after there Death. (Please make your Will to your Family members & Next Generation's after your death read Ziyart Ashura or Ziyarat Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s and gave Sad-ka (Chairity) daily in name of yours) Advise them also they should read must when you are burried in Grave (Qabr), when Angels Munkar/Nakir starts Ques from you & (1st Night in Grave). Make you Will to Family members to perform Hajj, Umrah, Ziyarats & gave Sad-ka (Chairity) in name of your till they alive. It is Narrated by Hazrat Imam Ali Ibn e Abi Talib a.s says , the person who kept fast 13th of Shaban get the rewards of 30,000 years of fast , who kept fast 14th of Shaban get the rewards of 10,000 years of fast , who kept fast 15th of Shaban get the rewards of 100000 / 1 Lacks years of fast. Guarantee! Dua's for Safety from Bomb Blast , Un-Expected Death or Traveling outside Attn! Some Peoples Came at the time of Hazrat Imam Jaffar Sadiq a.s ask question from him , When we go outside from our houses , we did not know , we return back securely & safely , Mola! Our families are much worried about us , please guide us ? "Hazrat Imam Jaffar Sadiq a.s says, When you leaves your houses, before leaving, read Our Grand Father Ziyarat Hazrat Imam-e-Hussain a.s (Ziyarat Waris / Ashura)", after than you go outside from yours houses and then you return back home safely & securely."I Hazrat Imam Jaffar Sadiq a.s gave Guarantee or Zamain , you returns safely home" Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s Says, "O People! I gave you Swear (Qasum) of Allah , When ever My Grand Father (Prophet Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w) was in difficulty , He Call My Father Hazrat Imam Ali Ibn e Abi Talib a.s for His help and difficulty"
  6. Assalamualaikum, I've been having severe back aches for the last few weeks and it's been quite difficult standing in prayer. So I have been performing sitting down. But when I need to pray on a chair how do I prostrate on a turbah? Like do I pick it up and put it on my forehead or put it on a table and lean on it??
  7. (salam) I made this for my son who's learning to pray and thought it might be helpful for brothers and sisters here. Kindly point out if you see any errors or mistakes as the text for same has collected from multiple sources. Wasalaam PS: Kindly let me know if you need jpg in specific resolution for printing. Salaat.pdf
  8. Assalamualaikum. I am a recent convert to Shia islam, alhamdulillah. When I was learning how to pray, I was watching videos and looking at images and I couldn't help notice women were wearing prayer dresses and chadors/khimars. Or is this only in muslim countries? My understanding is that women have to cover everything but their face and hands when praying but is a covering like a prayer dress compulsory? Also, I would like to purchase a prayer dress, regardless of if it's compulsory or not and I live in Birmingham, UK so does anyone know where I can buy one. If a prayer dress is not possible, a chador or khimar would do. Jazakh'Allah
  9. Salaam Alaikum WRWB I am new to this website and have been a revert for around 3 and a half months (Alhamdullilah) and have a question about obligatory prayer. The question is kind of split into two parts. 1) If I perform an obligatory prayer in the proper way without mistakes but wish to repeat the prayer because I felt I could have concentrated better, am I allowed to repeat the prayer? If this is not permissible and i repeat the prayer, is there some action that I need to take? for example, if its not a good enough reason to repeat and therefore I have sinned then it would require repentance. 2) If during the repeated prayer something happens which invalidates the prayer, then does the first prayer still count? seen as it was done properly anyway Thank you in advance and apologies if I sound ignorant. I am still making myself clear regarding the rules surrounding prayer. Jazak Allahu Khayran
  10. Aslam e elukum brothers and sisters, I thought this would be a good way to keep a check on my religious activities on a daily basis. I am regular with most of the activities on my checklist but some need work. So here goes, 1. Pray five times a day. 2. Salat ul Layl daily. 3. Recite at least one ruku of the Holy Quran with tafseer. 4. Watch one Islamic lecture daily. 5. Countless Salawats. 6. Thanking Allah(SWT) as much as I can. 7. Perform as many acts of kindness as I can. 8. Making dua for everyone I know. Please make additions to the list and let me know if I am missing anything. I would love your feedback. Let's all work together in this temporary world for our life in the permanent one. May Allah(SWT) make us all into true believers and true followers of Prophet MUHAMMAD(SAWW) and the AHL UL BAIT(AS). Ameen.
  11. salam to my brathers and sisters sometimes i am at work, so cant pray exactly after Azan. It annoys me alot to hear Azan but dont pray. so I asked myself: should i pray exactly after Azan or I have some minutes for pray to be on time. Then I shearched the books and found some good poins to know about the time of salats (prayers). And now I want to share those points with you. the first point which i understood is that every salat has two kinds of time. the time of Ejza and the time of fadilla. The time of Ejza means the time in which salat be accepted or in another word the muslem can perform his/her salst in any minutes of that time. The time of fadillah (the time of merit and prievilage) means the time that is highly recomanded to pray in that time. Salat of Zuhr (noon) and asr an intoduction: Ayatoallah sistani: 737: If a stick, a pole, or anything similar to it, which acts as an indicator (shakhis) is made to stand on a level ground, its shadow will fall westwards when the sun rises in the morning, and as the sun continues to rise the shadow cast by the indicator will reduce in size and it becomes smallest at the time of the commencement of Zuhr. based on this when the shadow is the shortest, and it begans getting londer again, it is known that Zuhr has taken place. The time of Ejza: The time for Zuhr and Asr prayers is from when the sun starts declining at midday till sunset. The time of fadillah: for Zuhr prayer it starts from the beginig of the time of Ejza untill the shadow of indicator (shakhis) becomes as long as the indicator. and the end of the fidillah for Asr pray is the time in which the shadow becomes twofold of the indicator. so it is highly recomanded to pray your Zuhr and Asr in the time of Fadillah, but its allowed to pray in the rest of the time. with recpect to what we said, to pray on the time doesnt mean exatly after Azan, but we have some times to be on time. Another point: it is better to pray as soon as possible, therefore the first parts of the time of Fdillah is better form the rest of it. I will mention the times of other salats if any of you wants that. with best regards
  12. 2 Minutes Islamic Sermon. Enjoy it :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpGG-X81QtA
  13. I'm 17 years old and live with a more up to date family and less religious one. I seem to be the only one that believes in every single aspect of islam. The problem is society all around me doesn't. I almost never listen to music except on few occasions. I listen to a lot of nadbiyat and latmiyat for ashoora. My sisters on the other hand listen to a lot of music. They aren't religious at all to be honest. One of them is old enough to be obliged to pray but doesn't except when she wants something. And when i confront them about this issue they don't seem to respond. On the contrary they make fun of me for being so closed minded. So there is a lot of music in the house, my sisters don't wear hijab and my old sister doesn't pray. Now i know its non of my business any longer but i hear the prophet said that god doesn't accept prayers coming from a household where music is played. Trust me if i lived on my own i wouldn't play music but my sisters unfortunately do a lot and I'm afraid god won't accept my prayers because of that. I was hoping to get someones opinion on this whole issue.
  14. Salam everyone, 3 or 4 years ago, I was given a very tiny book with duaas which I took care of it greatly because there was one in particular that I loved and memorized. It had the Arabic and English but since I don't speak Arabic, I memorized the English. That duaa helped me a lot in becoming more disciplined with my prayers and my life in general I'm not sure why but reciting it everyday after salatul fajr would make my day so beautiful. I don't know who is the author or where to find that book because unfortunately it got lost. Anyway, I will leave you with the duaa as I memorized it hoping any of you knows it or knows the author, if you don't inshAllah you can benefit. Thank you :) Bismillahi ar rahman ar rahim Oh Allah, Benefit me with an equitable course of conduct, and place me among the righteous, among the leaders of right guidance, among your dutiful creatures, and bestow on me deliverance on the day of return, and security in the hour of reckoning. Allah, take that part of myself [my will] into yourself which may redeem me and leave that part of myself [my actions] into myself which may reform me for sure myself is doomed to destruction but that you save me. oh Allah, you are my support in depression, my hope in deprivation, my source of help in anxiety, and you alone can recompense what is lost and repair what has gone corrupt and alter what is unpleasant to you, be gracious to grant me security before tribulations, prosperity before want, right guidance before going astray and save me from the pangs of evil tongues and hearts give me the peace and tranquility on the day of return and favor me with the best of guidance.
  15. As salam alaykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakatuh, I know a man can pray anywhere right? But what about a woman, I was wondering if it was allowed for her to pray "on the go"? for example: in a park, in an airport, etc... that would imply that people might see her since those places are public obviously... JazakAllah khairan for your answers!
  16. Assalamu Alaykum, I thought I'll make this thread to create an online content about this important ritual. I'll appreciate all your contributions in this thread. Halaqah :1 Why the Salat? Why the prayer (the five obligatory prayers) are very important? what makes them distinct and special compared to other obligatory acts? The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: “The first thing that Allah made obligatory upon my Ummah was the five prayers; and the first thing from their acts of worship that shall be taken up will be the five prayers; and the first thing that they will be questioned about will be the five prayers.” Kanzul `Ummal, Volume 7, Tradition 18859 The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: “One who adheres to the five (daily) prayers diligently, they shall be a means of illumination and salvation for him on the Day of Judgment.” Kanzul `Ummal, Volume 7, Tradition 18862 Imam As-Sadiq (peace be upon him) has said: “The first thing for which a person shall be subjected to reckoning is prayers. If they are accepted, all his other deeds shall (also) be accepted. But if rejected, all his other deeds shall (also) be rejected.” Wasa’ilush Shi`a, Volume 3, Page 22 It has been reported that a youth from the Ansar, who used to offer his prayers with the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny), used to indulge in sinful and corrupt deeds. When this was brought to the notice of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny), he said: “A day shall come when his prayers shall refrain him from committing sins. Before long, the youth repented.” Biharul Anwar, Volume 82, Page 198 You can read more here
  17. (salam) all A dear friend's mom was diagnosed with cancer (a brain tumor) last week. Today we found out that it's stage III. Does anyone know of any Dua that cures Cancer? I've already checked duas.org, and I've googled but haven't been able to find anything relevant. Also, they don't live close to where I live, so the Duas that require you to blow on the patient, or on food or water for the patient won't work. Please help! Thanks.
  18. I have observed that more and more Sunnis, while turning more extreme and towards Salafism, spread their legs while standing in prayer, and the feet touch the feet of the next. What Sunni Hadeeth is that? I haven't observed that on normal Sunnis. So why do Salafis spread their legs while standing in prayer? Also do their women spread their legs as well, while standing in prayer(please don't misunderstand, as this is a serious question)? So maybe a Salafi or someone who knows about Salafism can explain.
  19. The memory of water By Dr Abbas and Dr Israh Tejani "And among His Signs is that …He sends down water from the sky, and therewith revives the earth after its death. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who understand." (Holy Qur’an 30:24) Water is a simple substance that is often taken for granted. Yet through its intricate properties, its existence allows life, as every living being in this world contains water. The human being is made up of 70% water, much like the world itself. A theory was put forward in 1988 by Jacques Beneviste that water is capable of having a memory, a theory that was subsequently rigorously tested by hundreds of experiments, majority of which confirmed this hypothesis. Recently in Japan, Dr. Emoto performed an experiment where he put some normal tap water into several test tubes. He then said different words, blowing into a different test tube each time he had said a different word. He subsequently used an electron microscope to see the shape of the crystalline structure of the water in each test tube, and compared it to the pictures he had taken before. The results were astonishing, for the shape of the water changed depending on what word was said – it “remembered” the word. Other studies have shown that the shape of water can have a great impact on the body – a good shape can help restore or keep the body in a state of health, whilst a bad shape can lead to many diseases, one of which is cancer. This idea is extremely relevant to some of the things we have been taught in Islam. As a child I was always taught the importance of saying “Bismillah” before eating or drinking anything. Dr. Emoto found that the word “God” transformed the water into a beautiful shape. As 70% of the human body is made up of water, and a lot of our foods contain water, saying “bismillah” before eating will help to change not only the crystalline shape of what we are about to consume into a nice, harmonious structure, but also help to refine the cells in our body, helping us become stronger against disease. As I was growing up, I used to see my mother blow into a glass of water after reciting duas, something that is highly emphasised in Islam. We are sometimes even taught to wash ayaats of the Holy Qur’an and to drink this water. It is natural to question this practice, as at first sight it does not seem to make logical sense. However, the impact that reciting dua has on the shape of the water molecule was tested by Dr. Emoto. The pictures below illustrate his findings. We see that after the dua was recited, the water changed into a beautiful, symmetrical shape. Through this, we can begin to understand why reciting du’as or the Holy Qur’an upon water can provide us with a cure. In fact, there has recently been much discussion and research regarding ‘digital biology.’ This is where waves are fired at a drug from a transmitter, and the scattering pattern of the waves is then collected at the receiver. The waves that are collected at the receiver are then fired at a glass of water, and the patient asked to drink it. A study conducted by Thomas found that treating a human breast tumour in mice with water that had been transformed in this way from the audio signal of Taxol® (usually used to treat breast cancer) showed just as much statistical significance as treating it with the drug itself (ie, it was just as beneficial as taking the drug itself) It is only natural that we then turn and think about the events that took place on the 10th of Muharram. Hazrat Abbas (as) took a handful of water from the Euphrates, looked into it and then threw it down. However, his influence upon the water was so great that the Euphrates now remains in constant circumambulation (tawaaf) around his grave. In addition to this, Dr. Emoto found that saying the word ‘peace’ over the water gave it an almost perfect shape. If we cast our minds back to the moment when Imam Hussain (as) was delivering his last will to Imam Sajjad (as), we realise the wisdom of his words when he said: “When my shi’a drink a cool glass of water, tell them to send me their salaam.” In trying to look for the perfect crystalline structure of water, Dr. Emoto stumbled upon the perfect combination, which is love plus gratitude. Just one of these is not enough. Love needs to be based in gratitude, and gratitude needs to be based in love. The Holy Qur’an tells us time and time again to continue giving thanks for what we have, and we can now begin to see the wisdom behind that command. Sometimes, when we cannot see the immediate results of our prayers, we think that we have failed. But one thing that Dr. Emoto's photographs show is that the mere thought of failure itself becomes represented in the physical objects that surround us. Upon reading this short article, perhaps we can begin to realise that even when immediate results are invisible to the unaided human eye, they are there. When we love our own bodies, they respond. When we express our love to God and other fellow human beings, they respond. And now we have seen before our eyes the proof that water is far from inanimate – it is actually alive and responsive to our every thought and emotion. Perhaps, having seen this, we can begin to really understand the tremendous power that we possess, and through choosing our thoughts and intentions, we can heal ourselves and the earth. If only we believe. “The cure is within you but you do not see. The illness is from you but you do not realise. Do you think you are but an insignificant mass, whilst within you lies a great universe?”-- Imam Ali (as)
  20. I have laid my hands on almost all books that touched this subject. From fiqh to concentration to the philosophical realisation and drumming of the 'slave-Master relationship'. Now, I have to admit that the performance of my solah has seen 'no growth'. Like if you had played golf, you broke 100, and then beyond that nothing else improve.Not breaking 90 or far less, 80. Sometimes, I perform solah with nothing less than a ritual undertaking, an obligation to be fulfilled.
  21. AssalamoAlaykum brothers and sisters, I'm confused on what the ruling is for Fajr prayers, for when they are qaza or too late to offer in the required time period, is it when you see a strip of orange on the horizon (sunrise), or like a more noticeable sunrise? I'm not really sure on the timings for when it is valid and too late to offer Fajr prayers. All and any help will be appreciated :) Thank You and may Allah bless you all and help you in your missions in life.
  22. Salaam brothers and sisters i just had a quick question and was hoping to het the answer with your great feedback! .. So once a long time ago i heard somewhere that if you are praying and your mother calls on you then u should stop your prayer and go to her is this true? Because its happend a few time's and i always feel like im in the wrong when i dont stop ... Thanks for taking the time to read!! :)
  23. Question(s) posed: ----- Salamualaykum, 1. Is it permissible to hold and recite from a small Quran during obligatory prayers? 2. Is it permissible to hold and recite from a small Quran during nawafil prayers? Shukran Lillah ----- Response from Office of Khamenei Bismihi Ta`ala Salamun `alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu 1-2. There is no objection to that.
  24. As Salamu Alaykkum, I reverted a few months ago. Since I have been praying 5 times daily at home, a small black mark has began to develop on my fore head. My parents are not aware of my intention to be a muslim and now they are getting suspicious seeing the scar. I have told then that I got hurt. For a few days I can manage. Any suggestions to cure the scar? I pray on tiles. Im only 15 and I cannot go to mosque. Please see the link to get an idea of the scar I have. http://iflizwerequeen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Screen-shot-2011-09-12-at-3.55.26-PM.png Saleem
  25. Assalamu Alaikum! Latest version of Shia Toolkit is uploaded on app store. Following new features are included in this release. Daily/Monthly Prayer Timings as per Shia Ithna Asheri schedule - Auto detect location from the nearest mobile tower in your area. (Please verify in settings --> Location --> Use wireless network is checked.) - Manual location setting (In case you are in remote area where accessibility to mobile tower is not possible then you can check your latitude and longitude from Google maps and update in SIAT so it can detect the prayer schedule of that region) - Daily prayer time display on main screen. - New menu added for monthly prayer timings. You have the option to check the prayer schedule for previous, current and upcoming months. - Time adjustment option, (In case the regional and SIAT's prayer schedule differ then you can adjust it accordingly). Hijri Date - Current Hijri date display on main screen - Option to adjust date. P.S. The new version is updated on Android App Market, if you have the current version installed then the new version would be automatically updated, in case if it doesn’t auto update, you can always do it manually by searching “Shia Toolkit” on app market or click on this link to download.
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