On the Hijri New year’s day, we renew the memories of the blessed migration of the Prophet ‘peace be upon him’ and his companions, when he made his journey from Makkah to Yathrib, to escape the oppression of Quraish, protect Muslims and spread the message that he held from Allah. It was a migration for the sake of Allah.
For those for whom Allah hasn’t planned Hajj this year, you still can get the essence and the reward, even from your houses. So how can non-pilgrims benefit from the day of Arafah? Here are 4 ways to earn Hasanat on the day of Arafah
Hajj is the 5th and last pillar of Islam. It is imposed at least once in a lifetime, on every adult Muslim man and woman, who can perform it, physically and financially. It can be performed only on the month of Dhul Hijjah, in contrast to the Umrah that can be taken at any point in the year.
In this article, we explain to you how to perform the rites of Hajj:
Hijab is imposed on every adult sane woman, and it is not only a cover, yet it is our key to Jannah. It is a crown, and one cannot wear half a crown. It is beautiful so make it look beautiful: wear it with love, wear it with pride and most important of all, wear it right.
In this article, we present to you the 7 main rules of the right hijab, which are conditions to be met in your hijab outfit, as a reminder for hijabis and a piece of knowledge for those willing to wear the hijab
We will be asked on the day of Judgment how did we support our Muslim brothers and sisters and how did we stand for them. Wouldn’t we be ashamed to not have a heartwarming answer?!
Because we believe that we can make a change, we share with you below some effective ways to contribute to the community in the current events:
Islam honored the woman and gave her many rights that she was prohibited from before Islam. It granted her rights that were not granted to her by other religions.
We present to you a list of rights granted for women in Islam...