Giving money to the poor is an emblem of Islam and a sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace). He was never asked for anything, except that he gave it, and he would give wit

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The Holy Prophet has stated, "The key to paradise is Prayer (Salaat), and the key to Prayer is cleanliness." (Saheeh Muslim). Here cleanliness means that the place of Prayer and the person’s clothes s

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We, the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jammat, believe that the Prophet [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] is Haadhir and Nadhir, which simply put means that he views our actio

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I. Hadrat Anas reported that when the Holy Prophet came to Madinah, the people had two days in which they used to entertain and amuse themselves. He asked: “What are these two days?” They said: “We us

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Name: Al-Sayed Muhiyuddin Abu Muhammad Abdul Qadir al-Gilani al-Hasani wal-Hussaini Titles: Ghaus-e-Azam, Mahboob-e-Subhani, Qutb-e-Rabbani, Peeran-e-Peer Silsila: Qadri (Founder) Predecessor: Hazrat Abu Saeed Mubarak Makhzoomi ‎(رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) Date of Birth: 470 Hijri, 1077 AD Date of Wisaal: 561 Hijri, 1166 AD Date of Urs: 17th, Rabi-us-Sani. (celebrated on 11th, Rabi-us-Sani) Resting at: Baghdad, Iraq. About Gaus Pak: Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jelani ‎رضي الله عنه was a noted Hanbali preacher, Sufi sheikh and the eponymous founder of the Qadiri Sufi order (selsela). He was born in R

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Giving money to the poor is an emblem of Islam and a sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace). He was never asked for anything, except that he gave it, and he would give without fearing poverty. People said that he was more generous than the “sent wind” that brings the rain clouds. Every wealthy adult Muslim must give 2.5% of his or her wealth in charity every year. Allah says: "O you who believe! Spend out of what We have given you" (2:254). This is the least charity a Muslim must give every year. To benefit from the charity you give it is important to keep ce

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The Holy Prophet has stated, "The key to paradise is Prayer (Salaat), and the key to Prayer is cleanliness." (Saheeh Muslim). Here cleanliness means that the place of Prayer and the person’s clothes should be clean. Furthermore, the person should be clean from the greater and smaller impurities - i.e. he should not be in need of a bath (Ghusl) and should be with ablution (Wuzu). The Holy Prophet said: “The angels of mercy do not enter a house in which there is an image, a dog or a person in a state of greater impurity (Janabah)." (Abu Dawood). The water

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