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Surah Naas was revealed on the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) in Mecca

Surah Naas was revealed on the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) in Mecca. It means “Mankind” in English. It has a great number of uses. It is an excellent repellent of Black Magic. It is also used to neglect the effects of the evil eye. Reciting it in a loud voice protects one’s house from all sorts of evils. It is one of the best means to attain protection for you and your family.

Surah Nas is the 114th and last Surah of the Holy Quran

is the 114th and last Surah of the Holy Quran. This Surah is full of amazing benefits. Not only does it help to seek refuge from the evils of shaitan, but also from the evils in one’s own heart. Reciting this surah before going to bed will get rid of bad dreams and sleep disturbances. It is one of the most powerful Surahs of the Holy Quran.

Holy Quran is the most exalted book

Holy Quran

Holy Quran is the most exalted book and the first source of Sharia guidance for Muslims. It contains 114 surahs for the guidance of mankind. It also elaborates the events of many Prophets with hidden lessons and knowledge of leading a prosperous and peaceful life. So, every Muslim should read Quran with translation and for this noble cause, one can find Urdu from the website of Dawat-e-Islami (i.e. dawateislami.net).

 

Hate crimes spiked after Boris Johnson compared Muslim women to 'letterboxes'

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Anti-Muslim incidents spiked around a proposed "Punish a Muslim Day" and after Boris Johnson referred to veiled Muslim women as "letterboxes" and "bank robbers".

This is according to findings by Tell MAMA, a project which supports victims of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate.

It revealed that in the week following Mr Johnson's Telegraph column in August 2018, the number of anti-Muslim incidents rose from eight the previous week to 38 in the following.

Of the 38 anti-Muslim hate incidents, 22 were directed at women who wore the niqab or other veiling practices.

Tell MAMA recorded a total of 57 incidents in the three weeks following the publication of Mr Johnson's column.

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