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Hadith on Taraweeh & The night of Power

Praying at Night in Ramadan (Taraweeh) & the importance of The Night of Power

Ahadith from Sahih Al- Bukhari, The Book of The Prayer Of Taravih, Chapter of The benefits of standing in Ramadan:

Volume 3, Book 32, Number 226:

Narrated Abu Huraira:

I heard Allah's Apostle saying regarding Ramadan, "Whoever prayed at night in it (the month of Ramadan) out of sincere Faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven."

Volume 3, Book 32, Number 227:

Narrated Abu Huraira:

Allah's Apostle said,

Ramadhan Regime: Salah

Muslims praying in Mosque

Hello there reader and Ramadhan Mubarak!

A few weeks ago, I gave a talk to approximately 100 people at the institute where I study. I spoke about the importance and reward of salah and the consquences for not performing salah. Often this is a topic we think we know so much about and it can get a bit yawn-worthy because we've heard it all before. 

I wanted to give my audience something to take back with them and something which they could adopt and put into practice. I gave them some tips on how to overcome laziness towards salah, how we can prepare ourselves for salah and how we can enhance our concentration in salah. I thought it would be worth sharing with you too. 

Facts About The Origin Of Taraweeh Salah

Assalam-o-alaikum , Muslims brother and sisters:    

In this holy month of Ramadan we must pray more and more with Quran learning and Recitation to please Allah in any possible way.

Here is a common issue of Taraweeh Salah, regarding the fasting. Peoples have different views and perception about this and the way it can be clarify is below:

 

http://www.quranreading.com/blog/islamic-knowledge/facts-about-the-origin-of-taraweeh-salah/

Quran reading source

New improved salaah time tables?

It has come to my attention that some mosques and scholars have bandied together to investigate the current prayer times in the UK and decided that the current ones are wrong.

They have used their "new research" and come out with new salaah time tables.

The timetables have fajr time starting at 1am for this time of year. Which sounds odd to me (almost 4 hours of fajr time?).

Apart from releasing the new time tables which some mosques have adopted there does not seem to be any literature out there of the methodology they have used and how they got to the calculations they did.

Anyone know more?

In the Presence of the Divine: Establishing Connection in Salah

“Guard strictly your (habit of) prayers, especially the middle prayer, and stand before Allah in a devout (frame of mind).”

[Al-Baqarah: 238]

For many, it is a recurring struggle to fruitfully perform the Salah under mental seclusion from the confining world surrounding us, to turn to Allah in solitude under full submission, to seek His pleasure and intensify the one-to-one relationship with the All-Mighty. Based on the commended work of the renowned scholar, Imam Al-Ghazali’s “Minhajul Arifeen”, we will be enlightened with a unique dimension to enhance our spiritual connection with the Creator, a step-by-step approach starting from beyond the intention to perform the Salah to the supplication made after the tashahud and more.

Saturday 27 November, 2010
9.30am-5.00pm

In the Presence of the Divine: Establishing Connection in Salah

“Guard strictly your (habit of) prayers, especially the middle prayer, and stand before Allah in a devout (frame of mind).”

[Al-Baqarah: 238]

For many, it is a recurring struggle to fruitfully perform the Salah under mental seclusion from the confining world surrounding us, to turn to Allah in solitude under full submission, to seek His pleasure and intensify the one-to-one relationship with the All-Mighty. Based on the commended work of the renowned scholar, Imam Al-Ghazali’s “Minhajul Arifeen”, we will be enlightened with a unique dimension to enhance our spiritual connection with the Creator, a step-by-step approach starting from beyond the intention to perform the Salah to the supplication made after the tashahud and more.

Saturday 27 November, 2010
9.30am-5.00pm

BACK TO BASICS: How to Perform Salah

Author: 
MuslimBro & Imaani Aslam

Islam is a complete way of life. It is based on five basic duties which are known as the five pillars of Islam. Salah is the second pillar of Islam and the most important of all acts of worship. The other three pillars are: Zakat, Sawm and Hajj.

Salah is prayer offered to Allah using specific words and actions as taught by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Allah says in the Quran: “Indeed I created Jinn and human beings for no other purpose but to worship me.” [51:56]

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