The prayer (salaat) is the very foundation of religion and a ‘link’ between a servant and his Lord, hence its exalted position as the greatest act of worship in Islam. Almighty Allah commands Muslims to observe it under all circumstances—whether they are residents or travellers, sick or in good health.
An application in English includes an audio encyclopedia of the noble Quran recitations by dozens of famous reciters. It also includes translated recitations of into different foreign languages such as English, French, Urdu, Indonesian, and others. In addition, it allows both online and offline listening to recitations.
An explanation of the position of the family in Islam and how Islam urges its members to preserve it and keep it together, delineating the respective rights and obligations of all members of the family, stressing the position of the woman as a fundamental member of the family and discussing matters relating to marriage in Islam. The book also discusses the importance of good manners in Islam and sheds light on some aspects of the Prophet’s noble character relating to humility, mercy, justice, kindness and generosity.
A lecture in English in which Sh. Bilal Philips confirms that Islam gives a high prestige to time, for it is our age. Islam guides mankind not only to the importance of time but also how to value it and warns against wasting it. Islam also shows how to use our time wisely to increase our faith to attain success, especially eternal success in the Hereafter.
An app in English to remind us of the prayer times five time a day. It contains all world times and is designed by Search Truth Website. It supports cell phones, windows mobile, pocket PC, Symbian OS, and blackberry. It is developed by SearchTruth website. It is downloaded by more than 5 million users all over the world.
In this Friday’s speech held in Huddersfield, UK, Sh. Sh. Moutasem Al-Hameedi discussed the issue that we have the power to choose and change. He mentioned some realistic examples which confirm this concept such as giving up smoking and performing prayers regularly along with some other examples.
1- Islam’s perspective on self development. Part 1: Inspiration from divine guidance nurtures human development. 2-Islam’s perspective on self development. Part 2: The concept of answerability and self-purification. 3- Islam’s perspective on self development. Part 3: Being mindful of God and reflecting on our actions leads to improving ourselves.
A book translated into English which contains the following five chapters: (1) Where Am I Come from?, (2) Proving Prophet Muhammad’s Prophethood, (3) Some Characteristics of Islam, (4) The Result according to Belief or Disbelief, (5) What Is Next?
A lecture in English in which Sh. Bilal Philips explains that the believer lives a quiet life whether during times of happiness or calamities. Due to his understanding that this life is a test from Allah, believers are thankful and grateful during times of happiness, and patient during the times of calamities.
A fatwa translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid (may Allah preserve him) answers the following question: How to obtain success and prosperity in this world and hereafter, what kind of success or prosperity that Islam wants our nation to gain in this world?
Islam gave great attention to time to the extend that Allah sweared by in several ayahs.As He said:"By Al-’Asr (the time). Verily! Man is in loss.’’and there are also ahadeeth about the matter of preserving it and not spending it doing useless deeds as the prophet said:’’Two graces a lot of people are prejudiced with:health and leisure."