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Zakāt (Arabic: زكاة [zæˈkæː], "that which purifies" or "alms"), is the giving of a fixed portion of one's wealth to charity, generally to the poor and needy. It is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
purity in English. Wudu provides Taharah from Hadath Al Asghar (small impurity), and Ghusul provides Taharah from Hadath Al Akbar (major impurity).
The hadith sciences ('Ilm al-Hadith, علم الحديث) refer to those studies which investigate and determine the authenticity of any given hadith and those which explain a hadith and search in the meanings…
Referring to the punishment of disobeying Allah.
Haram (forbidden) in Islam, and it is considered a major sin.
accepted as an exchange for goods and services.
For questions relating to death and deceased people, animals, etc.
an Arabic term referring to the full body washing ablution.
The traditional covering for the hair and neck that is worn by Muslim women in the presence of non-mahrams.
Questions about Islamic terms, the ways they are used, and what they mean.
One of the great Prophets and Servants of God.
the religion founded by the later followers of Prophet Jesus(A.S), who is considered to be the second last prophet of Islam.
the act of converting (from an other religion or no religion) to Islam
Having illegal intercourse with someone you are not married with.
The proper ways of recitation of the Qur'an by following the tajweed etc
Refers usually to the biological father and mother
referring to The Devil, also known as Iblis. Satan is appointed to misguide people until the day of Judgement.
The word Tawbah (Repentance) in Arabic literally means 'to return'. It is to return to Allah seek forgiveness from a sin and resolve to never go back to it.
is about things Muslims do in their daily life be it according to shari'a or not.
for relationships in general except for marriage
The prayer hall of Muslims. Muslims collaboratively pray five times in a day here. Use this tag about anything related to masjid.
Questions about specific Muslim scholars and their views and interpretations
A school of thought in Islam founded by the later followers of Abu Hanifa, who is one of the great scholars of the salaf.
What to wear and how to dress/dress code
supernatural creature made of smokeless fire.
Questions pertaining to interactions between Sh'ites and Sunni, and explicit differences of opinion between the two.
for questions related to rulings for children
created by Allah.
Intimate relationship or attraction of two individuals from the same gender
related to Science. Can be be in visible conflict with Science
Prayer times refers to times when Muslims perform prayers (salat).