Prayer (Salah) being one of the five pillars of Islam is mentioned many times in the Qur’an as an obligatory duty for every adult Muslim.
Why do we need prayer? What is the meaning behind that standing between the hands of God? How does prayer meet man’s need for divine guidance?
Anywhere on earth prayer can be performed. An American Muslim sister tells her experience with prayer and how she made and felt the balance…
The first morning after Ramadan is the beginning of a very unique, jolly day with religious and social rituals for all Muslims. So, what do we do on that day?
When is it permissible for a woman to go to the mosque for prayer and attend gatherings for the remembrance of Allah, and when is it forbidden?
Does Islam allow women to attend the mosques to witness congregational prayer and assemblies for remembering God? What do the Qur’an and Sunnah say about that?
What do you know about the Prophet’s miraculous night journey? What happened on that journey? Who did he meet?
Why should the Muslim perform ghusl before going to Friday Prayer? Is it obligatory or preferred? What is the proof of that from the Sunnah?
Every Muslim should know that ablution has certain conditions, obligatory acts, and sunnah practices to be observed while performing it
Ghusl means to wash the entire body with water. What are the rulings of ghusl from Qur’an and Sunnah? When is it obligatory?