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  3. It is permissible to supplicate in the last rak’ah of Salatul Witr before [ Source: Abu Dawud.] or after rising from bowing [ Source: Al-Bukhari.]. The hands are raised and supplications (reported from the Prophet) are said. For example: “Allahummahdini fiman hadayta, wa ‘aafini fiman ‘aafaita, wa tawal-lani fiman tawallaita, wa baarik li fima a’ataita, wa qini sharra ma qadaita, fa innaka taqdhi wa la yuqdha ‘alaika, innahu la yadhillu man walaita wala ya ‘izzu man ‘aadaita tabaarakta Rabbana wata ‘alaita.”Meaning: “Oh Allah, guide me along with those whom You have guided, pardon me along with those whom You have pardoned, be an ally to me along with those whom You are an ally to and bless for me that which You have bestowed on me and protect me against the evil of what you have decreed. For verily, You order and none can order You. For surely, he whom You show allegiance to is never abashed and he whom You take as an enemy is never honored. O’ our Lord, Blessed and exalted are You.” [ Source: At-Tirmidhi.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/supererogatory-salat
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    Recommended acts of Al-Wudu’

    1- Washing of the hands three times before al-wudu’. 2- Using As-Siwak. 3- Washing the limbs three times, except the head and ears, which are to be wiped once 4- Starting from the right. 5- Lengthening the ‘place of light’, meaning that one should wash above the elbow and the ankles when permforming wudu’. 6- Parting the beard with the fingers so that water can reach the skin of the face beneath it. 7- Rubbing water in between the fingers and toes. 8- Rubbing water evenly and thoroughly over the body parts to be washed and not just pouring water over them. 9- Being conservative with the use of water. The Prophet ﷺ said: “Verily there will be from my nation those (followers) who exceed the bounds in wudu’,” [ narrated by Abu Dawud] - i.e. they will waste water when making wudu’. 10- Supplicating after wudu’. The Prophet ﷺ said, “There is not one of you who completes al-wudu then says ‘Ash hadu a la ilah illallah wahdahu la shareeka lahu wa ash hadu anna Mudammadan abduhu wa rasulahu, Alluhamma ij-alnee min at-tawwabeen wa ij-alnee min al-mutatahireen’ except that the eight doors of paradise are opened for him, and he can enter from any door he chooses (on the day of judgment).”[ narrated by At-Tirmidhi.] 11- Praying two raka’a after making wudu’. The Prophet ﷺ said, “Whoever makes wudu’ like I make wudu then stands and prays two raka’as of prayer without letting his thoughts wander, his past sins will be forgiven.” [ agreed upon.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/wudu-ablution
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    Description of Salatul Witr

    1- The least number of raka’t of Salatul Witr is one, and the highest number is eleven or thirteen. They should be observed as two raka’at at a time with one rak’ah at the end, to make it odd. 2- The least number of raka’t of the more perfect form of Witr is three raka’at, thus: He first observes two raka’at and says at-Tasleem, then the remaining one rak’ah is said and at-Tasleem is also said to round up the Witr. The three raka’at can also be said together with just one at-Tashahud.: It is recommended to recite suratul al-A‘la after Fatiha in the first rak’ah, and in the second rak’ah, suratul al-Kafirun, while in the third, suratul al-Ikhlas. This was authentically reported from Ubayy bn Ka’b t,, who said: The Prophet ﷺ used to recite, in the first rak’ah of Salatul Witr, “Sabbihisma Rabbikal ‘Ala” and in the second; “Qul-Ya Ayyuhal Kafirun” and in the third; “Qul Huwa llahu Ahad.” [ Source: An-Nasai.] Time of Salatul Witr From after ‘Isha’ prayer until the appearance of the Dawn (Fajr). Observing it is best in the last third of the night. This is due to the statement of the Prophet ﷺ “Indeed the Salat in the last part of the night is witnessed,” in the hadeeth: “Whoever hopes to get up at the end of the night, let him make Witr at the end of the night; for indeed the Salat in the last part of the night is witnessed, and that is better.” [ Source: Muslim.] Moreover, he should not repeat Witr in the same night; due to the Prophet’s saying: “There are no two Witrs in one night.” [ Source: Abu Dawud.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/supererogatory-salat
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    Al-Feqh posts

    There is no happiness, peace or tranquility similar to that caused by monotheism. Allah says: {It is those who believe (in the Oneness of Allâh and worship none but Him Alone) and confuse not their belief with Zulm (wrong i.e. by worshipping others besides Allâh), for them (only) there is security and they are the guided.}(Al-An’âm:82) Thus, the more one’s monotheism is completed and perfected, the more he feels secure, tranquil and happy in this world and the Hereafter, because Allah widens his chest and fills it with pleasure and relief. On the other hand, polytheism - Allah forbid –brings misery and distress into one’s chest, as if he was ascending into the sky. Allah says: {And whomsoever Allâh wills to guide, He opens his breast to Islâm, and whomsoever He wills to send astray, He makes his breast closed and constricted, as if he is climbing up to the sky. Thus Allâh puts the wrath on those who believe not.}(Al-An’âm:125) source: https://www.path-2-happiness.com/en/the-path-to-happiness-the-path-to-happiness-the-causes-of-happiness
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    -If all of this universe is subservient to you, if the miracles and signs of this universe are evidences before your eyes and serve as a witness that there is no god but Allah alone, and if you know that your resurrection is a task that is easier for Allah than creating the heavens and the earth; if you know that He created you in the best form, and honored you greatly, and made the entire universe subservient to you, then what on earth has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Gracious One?! The Exalted says: {6. O man! What has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Generous? 7. Who created you, fashioned you perfectly, and gave you due proportion; 8. In whatever form He willed, He put you together}(Al-Infitâr: 6-8) -Proceed then on the road to happiness in this world and the Hereafter by living according to the wisdom behind your creation. It is then that you will be satisfied with your life, and feel content and be happy when you meet your Lord after death. source: https://www.path-2-happiness.com/en/have-you-ever-wondered-about-the-creation-of-the-universe
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    Non-obligatory Voluntary Fasting These include all forms of optional fasts that are performed in order to be closer to Allah, the Exalted. Supererogatory fasts comprise great virtues and magnificent rewards. In a Qudsi hadeeth reported by Abu Hurayrah, the Prophet ﷺ said: “Indeed every righteous deed by the son of Adam is rewarded from ten to seven hundred times, but Allah Almighty says: ‘Fasting is an exception. This is because it is for Me and I shall reward (the one who fasts) accordingly.’” [ Agreed upon.] Days on which Voluntary Fasting is Recommended The bright days in every month The bright days These are the 13th, 14th and 15th days of every Islamic month. They are referred to as bright days because their nights are brightened by the light of the moon. It is authenticated that Abd al-Malik ibn al-Minhal conveyed from his father that the Prophet ﷺ ordered them to fast the three “bright” days. He said, “It is [equivalent] to fasting the entire month.” [ Source: Ibn Habban.] - Fasting on Monday and Thursday of every week Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet ﷺ said: “Deeds are reported to Allah Almighty on every Monday and Thursday; and I like that my deeds are reported while I am fasting.” [ Source: Tirmidhi.] - Fasting on alternative days The best form of supererogatory fast is the fast of Prophet Dawud (peace be upon him). He used to fast a day and take a break the next day. Abdullah ibn ‘Amr reported the Prophet ﷺ to have said: “The best form of fasting is the fasting of Dawud (peace be upon him); he used to fast a day and take a break on the next (day).” [ Source: An-Nasaii.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/voluntary-fasting-and-non-obligatory-supererogatory-fasting
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    Make up missed prayers

    -If a person continues to sleep until shortly after or before sunrise, they should offer the Fajr Prayer when they wake up. It does not matter whether the sun rises before or after they offer it or whether they finish it before the sun becomes high. The same applies to the `Asr (Afternoon) Prayer. If they miss it due to sleep or forgetfulness, they should offer it when they wake up or when they remember it even after sunset. They should not refrain from offering the Fajr Prayer until the sun becomes high nor should they wait to offer the `Asr Prayer at sunset. This is based on the authentic Hadith in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) is reported to have said: Whoever prays one rak‘ah of the Fajr prayer before sunrise, he has caught the Fajr prayer in time and whoever prays one rak‘ah of the ‘Asr prayer before sunset, he has caught the ‘Asr prayer in time. Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim. This is also based on the general meaning (Part No. 6; Page No. 13) of the Hadith in which the Prophet stated: He who misses a prayer because he sleeps or forgets it should offer it when he remembers it, there is no explanation for it, except this. As for reconciling the apparent conflict between the two Hadiths you mentioned in the question, scholars have confined the Hadith which prohibits Salah at sunrise to Sunnah (supererogatory) Salah. Accordingly, the prohibition does not apply to Salah which is offered for a specific reason or obligatory Salah which a person misses due to sleep or forgetfulness.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/making-up-for-salah-missed-due
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    If the case is as you mention, that this man was unconscious for a long period, including Ramadan, where he was not aware of anything as a result of the accident, he does not have to make up for Sawm and Salah. This is according to the more correct of the two opinions maintained by scholars, as he was not responsible to do so during that period.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/making-up-missed-salah-because-of-being-unconscious-or-sick
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    1- Conditions of zakat : The Nisab is required to be more than what is necessary for the basic needs of man e.g. feeding, clothing, shelter etc. This is because Zakat has been ordained as a support for the poor. It is therefore important that the payer of Zakat is not in need himself. 2- The Nisab must completely belong to a particular individual. Zakah is not paid from money or property that does not belong to a specific person. For example, money that was contributed towards building a mosque, an endowment set aside for the well-being of a community, or properties in the treasuries of welfare or philantropic organizations. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/rules-of-zakat-in-islam-and-its-conditions#ix6
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    purification in Islam The water which has been mixed with a pure substance like leaves of a tree, soil, or rust from a storage tank for example, is pure. This is as long as it has not been affected to a point where we can no longer call it water. This sort of water may also be used for purification. This is shown in the hadith of the Prophet ﷺ where he mentioned to the women who prepared his daughter for burial, “Wash her three times, five times or more - if you see fit - with water and sidr. [ Sidr are grounded leaves from the lotus tree which are used when bathing for purification purposes.] Then use camphor in the last washing.” [ agreed upon.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/purification-of-water-in-islam
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    MMers who meet!

    Where I work you can wear any hijab colour but the uniform is an abaya or jilbab. I already had a jilbab from Saudi. The head is an Arabic speaker so I suppose she prefers that dress. I Iove wearing it so I don't mind. In my last secular workplace, they were all bullies and made me wear a labeled bright red t-shirt or bright blue. It was so horrendous. I used to change into it when I got there, but the hours were too much. Later on, I started wearing a full sleeved black top under it. I prefer Islamic dress above all, it looks good and it feels good.
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    The Time to Observe Salatul-Istisqa Salatul-Istisqa is permissible when there is a drought and sparse rainfall, or the level of water in the streams and well is low, or due to the river drying up etc. It is recommended (to observe the Salat) after the sun rises and has ascended up to the length of a spear; which is about 20 mins after sunrise, which is the time of Salatul-‘Eid (the Salat observed during the two festivals). Where to Observe Salatul Istisqa The Sunnah is for it to be observed on the praying ground and not inside the mosque, in accordance with the Prophet’s ﷺ manner, except when there is need to do otherwise. SOURCE: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/salatul-istisqa-the-salat-observed-when-seeking-rain
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    Seerah of The Prophet (SAW)

    The splendid biography of the Prophet (Peace Be upon Him) offers lofty moral lessons and renders a great service to humanity, because it is a faithful record of the Messenger’s life, a clear mirror of his noble moral standards, his conditions, ideal qualities, as well as a guiding light sent down from Heaven to show humanity the right path. Biography of Muhammad
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