The context of the verse is the direction which is faced in prayer.
It covers the ruling of salah of a traveler who can not determine the direction of the qiblah because of clouds, or when he is offering voluntary prayers while his ride is moving. (see the hadith is Muslim and Ibn Majah).
It covers the case of dua, it can be made facing any direction.
No, Muslims do not observe the Sabbath as it was only prescribed for the Bani Israel.
إنما جعل السبت على الذين اختلفوا فيه
The sabbath was only appointed for those who differed over it.
— Quran 16:124
Jumu'ah (Friday) is our equivalent to the Saturday for the Jews and Sunday for the Christians in the sense that it is a holy day, or a weekly festival. Some ...
Alhamdulillah, I can answer your question, brother (or sister).
You should stop reading for a second in this symbol but can't breathe (you should hold your breath). Click here to hear the verse.
This symbol is 4 times in Al-Quran.
Kahf - 18:1
Yaseen - 36:52
Qiyamah - 75:27
Mutaffifin - 83:14
Hope that the answer will be helpful for you.
Verses were commonly identified by their wordings, themes etc. There are quite a few examples of such named verses like the verse of tayammum (آية التيمم), the verse of inheritance (آية الميراث) , the verse of li’an (آية اللعان) etc. are named within hadith texts.
The hint of @Ahmed helped:
Narrated Sa'id bin Jubair:
A Jew from Hira asked me which one of the two periods Musa (i.e. Prophet Moses) completed. I said, "I don't know, (but wait) till I see the most learned 'Arab and inquire him about it." So, I went to Ibn 'Abbas and asked him. He replied, "Moses completed the longer and better period." ...
It is not obligatory to break the fast with dates but it is highly recommended by the Prophet.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is quoted as saying: “When one of you is fasting, he should break his fast with dates; but if he cannot get any, then (he should break his fast) with water, for water is purifying” (Abu Dawood: 975).
So, it is your free ...
Neither qur'an nor sunnah tell us to say :
"Sadaqa Allahu al-'Adhym"
صدق الله العظيم
It literally means:
Allah the Exalted has spoken the truth
The statement itself is correct as Allah the Almighty uses the expression "Allah spoke the truth" (or similar) when referring to Him in the qur'an:
Say, " Allah has told the truth. So ...
The Quran is the direct word of Allah. It is divine, heavenly, and authentic, a miracle come through a normal human, Muhammad ﷺ. whose greatness is based on the greatness of God.
That is - in brief - what we say about the nature of the Holy Quran.
In the following, I will try to expose how we can respond to people who compare the revelation/descending of ...
It depends on what exactly the person says and means by his words.
If he knowingly denies a verse of the Quran or invents an interpretation that goes against what is apparent and held by consensus then he is a disbeliever, because among the things which nullify a person's Islam are:
أو حلل محرما بالإجماع كالزنا أو عكسه أو نفى وجوب مجمع عليه أو عكسه
That one ...
Doubt (شك) is classed as a type of disbelief. Various scholars have cited consensus on that.
واتفقوا ... فان من جحد شيئا مما ذكرنا أو شك في شيء منه ومات على ذلك فانه كافر مشرك مخلد في النار أبدا
And they are agreed ... he who denies anything of what has been mentioned or doubts in anything of it and then dies in that state, then he is a disbeliever and ...
Facing the qiblah is not obligatory in other than salah and what comes under its ruling. Facing the qiblah while reciting the Quran would be mustahab but not required, and there is no effect on its validity.
Angels are made of light “ noor” they are created only to obey Allahs commends. They have no free will. They don’t eat , sleep or have any human functions . They only submit to Allahs will.
Jinn are made of smokeless fire and they have free will like humans . They also have religions and they live like human beings but in different dimension. They are good ...
It is absolutely forbidden to change human form . Acceptance of your given body and soul is big part of teachings of Islam . Male attendees that have no physical desire means someone who doesn’t view you as sexual partner - could be so many people that are not mentioned as far as relatives or people who are around you. You could have a great sense who views ...
In the name of Allah the most gracious and the merciful,
As salaamu alaikum was rahmatullahi wa barakatahu
The verse which you quoted is from Surah Al-hujarat and it is as follows
O believers! Avoid many suspicions, ˹for˺ indeed, some suspicions are
sinful. And do not spy, nor backbite one another. Would any of you
like to eat the flesh of their dead ...
Your father knows better, because learning Quran in a young age is much better than learning it in a late age, and most of grown up men regret not learning Quran while they were young. My advice to you is to do what your fathers says, because Quran is the words of Allah our creator, and it contains all the wisdom you need in this life, and you won't regret ...
Assalam o allaikum.
There are a variety of sites where you may find various different stuff to enhance your knowledge about Islam. But personally, I would like to suggest you to, first of all, read the complete Quran in the language that you understand. You will surely get answers to many common things that we don't know or just misunderstand. After reading ...
There may be some difference in opinion though there's some textual evidence supporting the view that the Hoor Al Ayn are different from earthly women; a special maiden of Paradise. One example is that the Qur'an says they are untouched by man or Jinn.. which isn't the case with earthly women because they've already been "touched" by their earthly ...
The meaning of "kill" is rather obvious, it means means taking life or causing death.
Most exegetes hold that it does not mean that every individual was commanded to kill himself, rather "yourselves" means "each other" similar to the usage of the expression in other places such as:
ولا تلمزوا أنفسكم
(lit.) And do not insult ...
The call for Fajr Prayer begins when the Sehri time gets over so you can't drink water once the Sehri time is over and remember that the Adhaan/Azan has no relation with Sehri. It's just a reminder for the Prayer.
A better practice is to observe the time chart as it contains the start and finish time for each Prayer, Sehri and Iftari etc.