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Sahabah means companions. It usually refers to the companions of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him.
the Arabic equivalent of Hell.
a juristic ruling concerning shariah issued by a scholar.
the congregational prayer that men hold every Friday just after noon, it is prayed in the place of Dhur. On this day there is a Kutbah (Sermon) that is done before making the prayer.
Questions about or that apply specifically to men.
the Arabic word for angels
For questions about behaviors related to the teachings of Islam.
Giving a name to a new born or a new (muslim) name to convert
Questions about slavery in Islam.
Bidah means innovation in the religion, or something made up and introduced as a part of Islam.
A pilgrimage to Mecca that occurs annually from the 8th to the 12th of the Dhul Hijjah month. It is a religious duty which must be carried out by every able-bodied Muslim who has the means.
Translation of some (Islamic) texts and content from (or into?) Arabic
To use for questions about medical intervention or treatments
For questions relating to the computer software, e.g., operating systems, games, business software, including its usage and development.
Sadaqah means voluntary charity. Unlike zakat there is no fixed amount of money you give out, you give as much money as you like out of compassion, love, friendship (fraternity) or generosity.
Playing or listening or maybe watching to any kind of Music
that which we see when we go to sleep. There are three types of dreams, 1. The true dream, 2. dreams about something that has happened to the man himself, and 3. Dreams that are from Shait…
classically related to the holy book of Islam
Jihad literally means "struggle" or "resisting". Within an Islamic perspective, it is "striving in the way of God (al-jihad fi sabil Allah)"
'Awrah refers to the parts of the human body that are not meant to be exposed in front of others.