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AlHuda TQE6

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Surah Al Maaidah : Ayah Six
"O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform] prayer, wash your faces and your forearms to the elbows and wipe over your heads and wash your feet to the ankles.
And if you are in a state of janabah, then purify yourselves. But if you are ill or on a journey or one of you comes from the place of relieving himself or you have contacted women and do not find water, then seek clean earth and wipe over your faces and hands with it. Allah does not intend to make difficulty for you, but He intends to purify you and complete His favor upon you that you may be grateful."
sr.Nousheen : wudhu
Narrated by Abu Huraira (RadiAllahuanhu):I heard the Allah's Messenger S.A.W saying, On Day of Ressurrection,my followers will be called AL-Ghurr-ul-Muhajjalun from the traces of ablution and whoever can increase the area of his radiance should do so (i.e by performing ablution in the most perfect manner).
My sticky note:
Alhumdulillah trying to make
wudu in the way Rasool S.A.W
taught us.Every time while making
wudhu feeling happy that Iam
getting rewards for this In sha Allah then why should i feel lazy.
And when I start my first step for salah wudhu this way Alhumdulillah I am able to focus much better in my salah.SUBHANALLAH :)

By: Maryam Majeed
Narrated by Abdullah bin Amr
Once Prophet S.A.W. was remained
behind us in a journey.He joined
us while we were performing ablition
for the prayer which was over-due.
We were just passing wet hands over
our feet (and not washing them properly)
so prophet S.A.W addressed us in a loud
voice and said twice or thirce : 'SAVE YOUR
Khushu & Khudu

Khushu & Khudhu
Praying While Traveling
Praying While Traveling
There are many different opinions concerning Salah while traveling.
The basic definitions of:
-Qasr- shortening of the prayers (example: 4 rak’ah of dhuhr becomes 2 rak’ah of dhuhr)
-Jam’a- combining of the prayers (example: praying dhuhr and asr at the same time)

There are several narrations that the Prophet SAW would shorten every four-unit prayer to two-units whenever he was traveling – in fact, he never prayed any four-unit prayer while in a state of travel. Ibn Taymiyya
It is agreed upon by scholars that when you're traveling you can pray Qasr. The issue of praying Jam’a is not quite agreed upon.
Some scholars say that you can only pray Jam’a (along with Qasr) when in the state of active travel. Then, when you reach your destination, you leave praying Jam'a and you just pray Qasr.
Some scholars are of the opinion that you can pray both Jam’a and Qasr in the state of active travel as well as when you reach your destination.

What is the distance which allows one to be considered a traveler?
If you travel over the distance of 4 burud you can pray Qasr. (Ibn Abbas and Ibn Umar RA).
4 burud = about 80 kilometers, about 50 miles
The issue back in the days of the Sahabaah, Taabi3een, and such was the time that it took to cover this distance.

And Allah knows best.
PROPHET (s.a.w) has said the
...HOW is that, SAHABA asked ? PROPHET(s.a.w) said: The person doesn't PERFECT his

, doesn't PERFECT his
& doesn't PERFECT his

in Salaah.
SUNNAH Teaches US Many ways to Prepare ourselves &

Concentrate on Salaah
Firstly come Early for Salaah & Prepare our selves.
Make proper
TO Adhaan {When the Mua'zim gives the Adhaan the Person should Repeat what Mua'zim is saying [Sahih al-Bukhari 612]
DUA After Adhaan Allah's Messenger (ﷺs.a.w) said, "Whoever after listening to the Adhan says the recommended dua then my intercession for him will be allowed on the Day of Resurrection". Sahih al-Bukhari 614 Book 10, Hadith 12
Examples of Sahaba"s Concentration in Salaah :Abubaker ibn eyash (raheemulahutallah) said : I saw
Habib ibn Sabith
in his Sujood ,he would become frozen in his sujood..as if he has Dead.
Ibn Wah raheemulahutallah said I saw
Sufiyan as Tauri
at the Kaba after Maqrib he got up to pray 2 rakah of salat wallahee by the time Adhaan of Esha he had not finished his 1st rakah in those 2rakahs was just praying and concentrating on that one rakah.
Abdullah bin Masood servant use to say to him
(Ar Rabiyah raheemulahutallah)
your blind friend is coming when he (Ar Rabiyah raheemulahutallah) use to hear him & he use to smile he wasn't blind it was his level concentration.
Understand the
language {Allah says the book revealed down to you is Mubarakh one so that its verses would be Condemplated & Implemented}
A devil named
who comes to people to distract them from their salah...if he comes to you & wishpers we should slightly turn towards our left and dry spit thirce.
Every salah we should pray as if its our last salah.Abubaker Al muzaani (raheemulahutallah) said from hadith Prophet (s.a.w)said
:Sallee salatun muaz'zah
: Say
Reflection: Alhumdullilah! I enjoy my salaah like never before. Especially when I recite Surah Al-Fatiha I really feel that connection with Allah and tears roll down to my cheeks!

Mihrab is a semicircular niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the qibla; that is, the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca. Mihrabs vary in size, are usually ornately decorated and often designed to give the impression of an arched doorway or a passage to Mecca.
By: Bushra
By: Soha
QIBLA is the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca that Muslims face while performing daily prayers (
Mihrab at Prophet's Mosque in Medina.
All muslims pray by facing towards Qibla to symbolize the unity of the
And thus we have made you a just community that you will be witnesses over the people and the Messenger will be a witness over you. And We did not make the qiblah which you used to face except that We might make evident who would follow the Messenger from who would turn back on his heels. And indeed, it is difficult except for those whom Allah has guided. And never would Allah have caused you to lose your faith. Indeed Allah is, to the people, Kind and Merciful.
- 143
The Qiblah has importance beyond salaat and plays a part in various righteous followings. The head of an animal that is slaughtered in halal way is aligned with the Qiblah.
For each [religious following] is a direction toward which it faces. So race to [all that is] good. Wherever you may be, Allah will bring you forth [for judgement] all together. Indeed, Allah is over all things competent. 2:148
After death, Muslims are buried with the body at right angles to the Qibla and the face turned right towards the direction of the Qiblah.
The first Qiblah originally faced the Masjid Al- Aqsa. This Qiblah was used for over 13 years. The change of Qibla happened during the noon (dhur) prayer in Medina, in Masjid al-Qiblatain (Mosque of the Two Qiblahs). Muhammad s.a.w was leading the prayer when he received revelations from Allah s.w.t instructing him to take the Kaaba as the Qiblah . Muhammad s.a.w, who had been facing Masjid Al-Aqsa and offering his salah, upon receiving this revelation, immediately turned around to face Mecca, and those praying behind him also did so.
We have certainly seen the turning of your face, [O Muhammad], toward the heaven, and We will surely turn you to a qiblah with which you will be pleased. So turn your face toward al-Masjid al-Haram. And wherever you [believers] are, turn your faces toward it [in prayer]. Indeed, those who have been given the Scripture well know that it is the truth from their Lord. And Allah is not unaware of what they do.
I personally feel intense amount of concentration and sense of fear while facing Qibla and performing my salah.
{He has chosen you and has not placed upon you in the religion any difficulty.} (Al-Hajj 22:78).
We should be grateful to Allah SWT for making Prayer during travel easy for us, and we should follow the path of ease He has set for us.
Only when we understand when and how to pray during travel, as well as what is considered travel, can we actually implement this concession that Allah SWT has bestowed upon us.
My Reflections.......
Salah is one that pillar of Islam, which is highly focussed and repeatedly mentioned in Quran. I personally experience the enhancement of physical and spiritual piety by perfectly establishing Salah. From the intention of Wudu till last Salam, all steps are engaging enough to increase the level of Imaan and our humbleness for Allah SWT.
Being His slaves we beg Him with all our Ikhlaas for khair and His Mercy covers us completely. It is not necessary to feel any tangible benefit of Salah, rather the spiritual aspect of this ritual is above and beyond all. Although the physical purity acquired through Salah is one of its kind. May Allah SWT accept our intentions and make Salah the clear path towards Jannah.
By: Group
Masjid al-Qiblatain
My action plan:

Begin your Salah with the Takbeeratul Ihram, by doing Raf’ul yadayn, raising your hands up to your shoulders OR (raise hands up to ears or between shoulders and ears), and saying AllahuAkbar at the same time.
Place your hands on chest, hands grasping, right palm on the left hands wrist, with your fingers touching the forearm. Look down at the place of Sajda. Start reciting.
Takbiratul Ihram
Do Raf’ul yadayn and say the Takbeer while going down to Ruku. Place your hands firmly on knees and your back perfectly straight, with Tama’neenah (calmness and balance). Then, recite the Tasbeeh (praise), Ta’dheem of the Rabb, and Dua (supplication).


Rise from the ruku by saying the “SamiAllah holiman hami’da” and doing the Raf’ul yadayn and stand straight with Tama’neenah. Keep your hands on side, just as you stand normally.
Go down to sajdah, while saying the Takbeer. Put your knees down first and then your hands. Complete your sujood by putting all your seven bones on the ground, your upper arms away from from the sides, above the ground, and your toes facing the Qiblah. Make
Do the Taslim by saying “Assalamualaikum warahmatullah" first to the right shoulder and then the left.

Sit in a kneeling position. Start reciting the dua for Tashahud followed by the Darood. When finished, recite any Masnoon Duas. While doing this your eyes should be looking at the index finger
Rise again in a sitting position
and say the dua.
Go back into sajdah.
By: Rahma
Virtues of Salah
By: Aqeedat
By: Ayesha Shabir
By: Irum
What is Khushu?
It is the state of mind that contains calmness, serenity, tranquility, and humility while performing Salaah.
Why is khushu important?
Benefit of Khushu?
Concerning the virtues of khushoo and as a warning to the one who neglects it, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Five prayers which Allaah has made obligatory. Whoever does wudoo properly for them, prays them on time, does rukoo properly and has perfect khushoo, it is a promise from Allaah that he will be forgiven, but whoever does not do this, has no such promise if Allaah wishes, He will forgive him, and if He wishes, He will punish him.
Allah (swt) says:
"Verily those who were given knowledge before it (the Qur'an), when it is recited to them, they fall upon their faces in prostration, and they say, 'Glorified is our Lord! Indeed the Promise of our Lord has been fulfilled.' And they fall upon their faces weeping, and it (the Qur'an) increases them in humility." [Al-Qur'an Isra:107-109]
Muhammad SAW said:
Whoever does wudoo and does it well, then prays two rakahs focusing on them completely [according to another report: and does not think of anything else], will be forgiven all his previous sins [according to another report: will be guaranteed Paradise].
What develops khushu?
Two things help us to [Develop khushoo]: a strong desire to do what is obligatory, and weakness of distractions.
Allah (swt) says:
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