What Does MashaAllah Mean in Arabic?

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what does mashaallah mean in arabic

What Does MashaAllah Mean in Arabic?

As humans, specifically Muslims, we must remind ourselves of the countless blessings of Allah (SWT). In good or bad times, we should show patience and thank Him for protecting us. One way of being thankful is saying Alhamdulillah, whereas, to show gratitude, we must say MashaAllah more often. MashaAllah is … [lire la suite]

what is alhamdulillah its meaning and significance

What is Alhamdulillah – Its Meaning and Significance

Allah SWT has blessed us with countless blessings, and as Muslims, we should thank Him for every little bounty He has given us. Alhamdulillah is just one way to be grateful for our Lord’s gifts and remember him while enjoying the luxuries of life. What is Alhamdulillah – Its Meaning … [lire la suite]

how to pray during travel a complete guide

How to Pray During Travel: A Complete Guide

Muslim travelers must plan their journeys smoothly, from getting halal food to praying in places that may have constrained space and different time zones. Depending on our own preparations, these things can make the experience smooth or challenging. Alhamdulillah, one of the virtues of Islam is that it offers substitutes … [lire la suite]

understanding the true meaning of bismillah

Understanding the True Meaning of Bismillah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The standard translation: « In the name of God, most Gracious, most Merciful. »  Meaning of Bismillah  Saying « Bismillah » before beginning something means you’re saying, « I start this activity with the name of Allah, or I’m asking for help from Allah, and I’m seeking blessings by doing so. » … [lire la suite]

dua for entering home and dua for leaving home

Dua for Entering Home and Dua for leaving home

In Islam, we have a du’a or supplication for almost every action or deed. Such supplications are meant to add barakah (God’s blessing) to our daily activities. Reciting any du’a or supplication takes some seconds or a minute at most. Muslims should customarily recite du’a before any activity. One such … [lire la suite]

why is pork forbidden in islam

Why is pork forbidden in Islam?

Muslims who live in the West struggle with this problem a lot. It gets more difficult for them to find halal meat, determine whether animals were slaughtered according to the shariah and whether the food they purchase processed contains pork. In gelatin, processed pork can also be found in various … [lire la suite]

women behind mawadda a hygienic hijab for muslim healthcare workers

Women Behind Mawadda: a Hygienic Hijab for Muslim Healthcare Workers

To protect Muslim hospital staff and employees, healthcare specialists Yasmin Samatar and Faraoli Adam set out to create a specific variety of hygienic hijabs. TwinCities.com reports that the two ladies, who are both 29 years old, identified a gap in the market when they learned that Muslim women like themselves … [lire la suite]

the five pillars of islam a guide to understanding the fundamental practices

The Five Pillars of Islam: A Guide to Understanding the Fundamental Practices

Islam is a monotheistic religion that originated in the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century. It is based on the belief in one God (Allah) and the belief that Muhammad is the last prophet sent by God to guide humanity. The fundamental guidelines of Islamic behavior are the five pillars: … [lire la suite]

rights of neighbors in islam

Rights of Neighbors in Islam

In Islam, there is a strong emphasis on treating one’s neighbors with respect and kindness. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) taught that a person’s neighbor has rights that are equal to or even greater than the rights of family members. These rights include the right to privacy, the … [lire la suite]

a muslims guide to newyork top 5 things to do

A Muslim’s Guide to NewYork: Top 5 Things To Do

New York is the most popular city in the world that offers something for everyone. It is the city that never sleeps. Annually, New York hosts around 60 million tourists, with more than a sixth coming from the U.S. Organize your journey in advance. New York is a large city … [lire la suite]

how a new muslim offers the dhuhr asr and isha prayers

How a New Muslim Offers the Dhuhr, Asr and Isha Prayers

The Importance of Prayer One of the cornerstones of Islam is salah (prayer). It was the first act of worship that Allah SWT deemed necessary, and Islam will perish if it does. It was declared mandatory for every sane, adult Muslim during the Prophet’s ascent to heaven and was revealed … [lire la suite]

companions of the prophet muhammad pbuh asma bint abu bakr

Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH): Asma bint Abu Bakr

Asma bint Abu Bakr was the daughter of Abu Bakr, a close companion of the Prophet Muhammad and the first caliph of Islam. She was known for her intelligence, wisdom, and righteousness and was highly respected among the early Muslim community. Asma was also known for her charitable works, including … [lire la suite]

responsive parenting in islam

Responsive Parenting in Islam

Responsive parenting, also known as attachment parenting, is a parenting style that emphasizes the importance of building a strong emotional bond with your child. In Islam, the concept of responsive parenting is supported by the teachings of the Qur’an and the example set by the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon … [lire la suite]

taliban bans women from universities in afghanistan

Taliban bans women from universities in Afghanistan

Teachers in Kabul reported that Taliban security troops spread out to various universities and informal educational institutions on Wednesday, enforcing an order that appeared to bar most girls from continuing their education past the sixth grade. « Some students started verbal arguments with them, but they didn’t listen. My students left … [lire la suite]

why do muslim women wear a hijab

Why do Muslim Women Wear a Hijab

Islam is a religion that protects the rights of human beings in every aspect of their lives. It establishes the rules to put one’s life in excellent order, from the social and economic norms to the family norms, for example, and orders Muslims to follow them. Muslim women are advised … [lire la suite]

how to make wudu step by step guide

How to Make Wudu: Step-by-Step Guide

Cleanliness (Taharah) is a necessary precondition of Islamic worship. Wudu is an essential part of Cleanliness. Salah (prayer) is invalid without Wudu’ or Tayammum(dry Ablution). Allah says in the Qur’an: « Surely Allah loves those who turn to Him and those who care for cleanliness » (2:22). How to Make Wudu: Step-by-Step … [lire la suite]

never lose hope in allahs mercy

Never Lose Hope in Allah’s Mercy

Allah Almighty is full of love and kindness to His creation. All blessings and goodness in this world and the next are clear proofs of His mercy. Indeed, Islam teaches that Allah is merciful toward us than our mothers. How can it be otherwise when some of Allah’s names and … [lire la suite]

subhanallah meaning in islam when why do muslims say it

SubhanAllah Meaning in Islam: When & Why Do Muslims Say It

‘Or have they a deity other than Allah? Subhanallah [exalted is Allah above] whatever they associate with Him.’ (Surah Al-Isra 17:43) SubhanAllah means Allah is perfect in every sense of the word, without any weakness, defect, or imperfection. SubhanAllah Meaning in Islam: When & Why Do Muslims Say It? We … [lire la suite]

how to learn to say no

How to Learn to Say ‘No’

Saying ‘yes’ to every request or opportunity can be harmful, especially when it stands in the way of us living in line with our values. So, how do we learn to say ‘no’ gracefully? In Greg McKeown’s book « Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, » the idea of saying ‘no’ to … [lire la suite]

how to co regulate with your child

How to Co-Regulate with Your Child

Co-regulation is using your nervous system to regulate someone else’s, in this case, your child. The biggest sensory tool you have to offer is yourself. You will notice the majority of these strategies involve using your body and yourself as sensory tools. They involve no fancy equipment or toys, just … [lire la suite]

companions of the prophet abdullah ibn umm maktum

Companions of the Prophet – Abdullah Ibn Umm Maktum

Abdullah ibn um Maktum was a cousin of Khadijah bint Khuwaylid, Mother of the Believers. May God be pleased with her. His father was Qays ibn Zaid, and his mother was Aatikah bint Abdullah. She was called um Maktum (Mother of the Concealed One) because she gave birth to a … [lire la suite]

human traffickers capture thousands of refugee children across europe

Human Traffickers Capture Thousands of Refugee Children Across Europe

Hundreds and thousands of children who separated from their parents during migration towards Europe became victims of human trafficking in the countries they went to. The details of refugee children who left Ukraine due to the Russia-Ukraine war are still unclear. Human Traffickers Capture Thousands of Refugee Children Across Europe … [lire la suite]

powerful duas for forgiveness from allah

Powerful Duas for Forgiveness from Allah

Humans can make mistakes and commit sins, but Allah SWT is the most merciful. He loves His creatures and provides them chances to repent and seek forgiveness. Every time you sin, turn towards Allah SWT through different supplications. We will discuss some powerful duas for forgiveness from Allah in this … [lire la suite]

importance of marriage in islam

Importance of Marriage in Islam

One of Islam’s recognized and fundamental commandments is marriage, the sacred union that takes place only between a man and a woman. Concerning this revered bond, many verses of the noble Qur’an and countless examples encourage marriage for any single man or woman. It is not only limited to young … [lire la suite]

what is truthfulness in islam

What is Truthfulness in Islam?

Allah SWT says in the Qur’an, « O you who have believed, fear Allah and be with those who are true. » – [At-Tawbah:119] Truthfulness starts with a person being truthful in his relations with Allah SWT. We can not be truthful if we are not true to our Creator. We must … [lire la suite]

sharjah museum showcases rare quran manuscripts

Sharjah Museum showcases Rare Quran Manuscripts

Sharjah Museum Authority is showcasing several rare Quran manuscripts in Islamic calligraphy at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization. It is ready to host « Sacred Words, Timeless Calligraphy: Highlights of Exceptional Calligraphy from the Hamid Jafar Qur’an Collection. » Sharjah Museum showcases Rare Quran Manuscripts. A collection of 50 Quran manuscripts … [lire la suite]

how to deal with toxic parents islamic perspective

How to Deal with Toxic Parents – Islamic Perspective

Toxic parent-child relationships can be emotionally and mentally challenging, affecting one’s overall well-being. In Islam, the family unit holds great significance, and maintaining healthy relationships, especially with parents, is emphasized. This article explores the Islamic perspective on dealing with toxic parents, offering insights and guidance for those facing such difficulties. … [lire la suite]

how to get freedom from anxiety depression and negative thoughts

How to Get Freedom from Anxiety, Depression, and Negative Thoughts?

Every morning we wake up and check our phones. We check how many likes our pictures got and our friends’ pictures got on social media channels. We are constantly racing to post new pictures or videos and worry about the number of likes or comments our content receives daily. In … [lire la suite]

how to keep your faith strong in challenging times

How to Keep Your Faith Strong in Challenging Times?

‘And among people, there is such a one who worships Allah only by the tongue, so that if good befalls him, he is satisfied in addition to that, and if a trial afflicts him, he turns back his face; he losses this world and (also) the Hereafter; that is indeed … [lire la suite]

us children born near fracking sites at risk of leukemia study reveals

US children born near fracking sites at risk of leukemia, study reveals

According to a recent study, exposure to fracking and its effects is a significant public health concern. New research published Wednesday found that children living near fracking and other unconventional drilling activities at birth are likely to be at higher risk of childhood leukemia. US children born near fracking sites … [lire la suite]



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