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  • What does Islam say about holding the Quran over the bride's head?
  • What does Islam say about holding the Quran over

    • 3 weeks   ago
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    The custom of holding the Quran over bride’s head: One of the most common traditions in South Asian wedding cultures is to hold Quran over the bride’s head after the wedding ceremony is over and she is to leave with the groom. Now

  • Why cleaning staff at Masjid al-Haram don't kill insects?
  • Why cleaning staff at Masjid al-Haram don't kill

    • 5 months   ago
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    Yesterday, while performing Umrah with my mother-in-law in Masjid al-Haram, I notice something amazing. During my first round of tawaf, I saw one of the cleaning staff in Mataf playing with his cleaning brush.
    I noticed a Har

  • 9 Shocking Facts From the Quran!
  • 9 Shocking Facts From the Quran!

    • 6 months   ago
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    THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME FACTS FOUND IN THE QURAN. 1. ORIGIN OF LIFE - Water is essential for all living things, we all know that water is vital to life but the Quran makes a very unusual claim ''We made every living

  • 7 Facts Every Muslim Should Know About the Door of the Holy Kaaba
  • 7 Facts Every Muslim Should Know About the Door

    • 9 months   ago
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    The Holy Kaaba is the holiest site for all Muslims around the world. However, there are still many things that even Muslims do not know about the Holy Kaaba. We have covered a detailed article about this issue earlier with the name of 13 Sights

  • Why Alcohol Is Forbidden In Islam? 12 Scientifically Proven Reasons
  • Why Alcohol Is Forbidden In Islam? 12

    • 9 months   ago
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    All Muslims know for a fact that drinking alcohol has been forbidden in Islam. While those of other religions might discredit this, science has backed up the ban on drinking in Islam. This is since consumption of alcohol can cause severe health

  • Why trading in Bitcoin is Haram in Islam? - Saudi Scholar explains
  • Why trading in Bitcoin is Haram in Islam? - Saudi

    • 11 months   ago
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    Bitcoin has been criticized because of its suspicious character and its overnight increase in trade value. The cryptocurrency has taken everyone by surprise and it is still a mystery as to what its origin is and why has it gained so much

  • 10 Things You Should Know About Prophet Muhammad
  • 10 Things You Should Know About Prophet Muhammad

    • 11 months   ago
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    Prophet Muhammad (570 - 632 AD,) the central figure of Islam, is believed to be the last of the prophets and the last Messenger of God to mankind. 
    His mawlid (birthday) is commemorated yearly on the 12th of Rabi' Al

  • Islam Does Not Frown Upon Dogs, Contrary to Popular Belief
  • Islam Does Not Frown Upon Dogs, Contrary to

    • 1 year ago
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    You've heard it all wrong.
    When ne thinks of Muslims, "animal lovers" is probably not the first thing that comes to mind - let alone "dog lovers".
    A quick Google

  • How Islam Can Help You Quit Smoking
  • How Islam Can Help You Quit Smoking

    • 1 year ago
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    One of the dangers of tobacco is that it is so addicting. It causes a physical response in your body when you try to give it up. Therefore, quitting is often difficult. However, some people may find that with the help of Allah and the personal

  • The blessed 'Day of Arafat' | Islam | Blog | Qatar Day
  • The blessed 'Day of Arafat'

    • 2 years   ago
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    Praise be to Allah alone, who guides His servants to worship Him and blesses them with special seasons, days and nights as opportunities to draw closer to Him and His Pleasure. The 9th Day of Dul-Hijjah is one such day and it is known as the Day

  • Bosnian Man walked to Hajj crossing 7 countries and 5,700 KM on Foot 
| Islam | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Bosnian Man walked to Hajj crossing 7 countries

    • 2 years   ago
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    Every year millions of Muslims from all over the world travel to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Major and Minor Pilgrimages. These pilgrims use a variety of land, air and sea routes to reach their destination, according to where they are

  • Eid-ul-Adha and obedience of Prophet Abraham | Information | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Eid-ul-Adha and obedience of Prophet Abraham

    • 2 years   ago
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    The Muslim calendar holds two Eid festivals. The first, Eid al-Fitr, that marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. The second, known as the Eid al-Adha, commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim A.s to sacrifice his son Ishmael as an

  • Allah Almighty is eternal | Islam | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Allah Almighty is eternal

    • 2 years   ago
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    An atheist once asked me that if the universe was created by God, then who created Him; or, if your God was there at first then I can say that the big bang was there at first.
    If you say that the Big Bang came before everythi

  • Why is alcohol forbidden in Islam? | Islam | Blog | Qatar Day
  • Why is alcohol forbidden in Islam?

    • 2 years   ago
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    Question Muslims don't drink alcohol or use alcohol-based products when cooking. Why is alcohol forbidden in Islam?
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