Children are Allah’s loved ones. They are particular, and Allah put in the hearts of the mother and father a bundle of love for their children. All mothers are similar in their love for their children, and if this love was not found, no human would be left on earth.
We provide for you below a little guide with tips to help you raise your children on the Islamic values
On the Hijri New year’s day, we renew the memories of the blessed migration of the Prophet ‘peace be upon him’ and his companions, when he made his journey from Makkah to Yathrib, to escape the oppression of Quraish, protect Muslims and spread the message that he held from Allah. It was a migration for the sake of Allah.
For those for whom Allah hasn’t planned Hajj this year, you still can get the essence and the reward, even from your houses. So how can non-pilgrims benefit from the day of Arafah? Here are 4 ways to earn Hasanat on the day of Arafah
Hajj is the 5th and last pillar of Islam. It is imposed at least once in a lifetime, on every adult Muslim man and woman, who can perform it, physically and financially. It can be performed only on the month of Dhul Hijjah, in contrast to the Umrah that can be taken at any point in the year.
In this article, we explain to you how to perform the rites of Hajj: