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1 Salath&Prayers&Surahs > How to Perform Salath
2 It is necessary to believe that Prophets (’alaihimus-salâm) have seven attributes.1- ‘Isma
3 On the last day of Ramadân-i-sherîf He forgives the sins of all the Believers who have fasted.”
4 A hadîth-i qudsî purports: “Fasting is performed for Me. I shall give its reward,”
5 Of those heavenly books, He made us know of the existence of one hundred and four of them.
6 4. Azrâil ’alaihis-salâm
7 Do not pronounce maledictions over yourselves or over your offspring.
8 3. Mikâîl ’alaihis-salâm
9 that one night [Qadr night] in this month is more beneficial than a thousand months.
10 2. Isrâfîl ’alaihis-salâm
11 Pray so that He will increase His blessings.
12 1. Jabrâîl (Gabriel) ’alaihis-salâm
13 Estaghfirullah al ’azîm al kerîm al-ledhî lâ illâha illâ Anta Huw-al Hayy al Qayyûma wa atubu ileyh.”
15 Say istighfâr! I shall come to thy rescue.
17 During Ramadân angels pray day and night so that those who fast will be forgiven for their sins.
19 At the time of iftâr the fasting person’s breath smells to Allâhu ta’âlâ more fragrant than any scent.
21 If a person knows it as fard and as a duty to fast in the month of Ramadân and if he expects its thawâb from Allâhu ta’âlâ, his past sins will be pardonned.”
23 This month is the month of getting along well.
25 A person who gives water to a fasting person during this month will never be in need of water on the Rising Day.”
27 This month is the month of patience.
29 In Ramadân Allâhu ta’âlâ allots a place in Paradise to give to those who fast.
30 AS-SIFÂT [ATTRIBUTES] ADH-DHÂTIYYA 6. Al-Qiyâm bi-nafsihî
31 One fard done in this month is like seventy fards done in other months.
32 AS-SIFÂT [ATTRIBUTES] ADH-DHÂTIYYA 5. Al-Mukhâlafat-un lil-hawâdith
33 The holy month of Ramadân is the chastity of the Islamic religion.
35 The blessed month of Ramadân is very honourable.
37 Those who can do good deeds in this month will be blessed with doing such deeds all the year round.
39 “When the month of Ramadân comes the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are tied.”
41 We should deem this month an opportunity.
42 The attributes of Allahu ta’âlâ are fourteen
43 Our Prophet declared: “Fasting is a shield that protects the Believer against Hell.”
44 Wa bil-qadari khairihî wa sharrihî minallâhi ta’âlâ
45 it is a sunna to perform the namâz of tarâwih at nights during this month.
46 Wal yawmil âkhiri
47 If a person gives (the supper called) Iftâr to a fasting person in this month, his sins will be forgiven.
48 There are no rights in the world more important than the rights of a mother.
49 Wa Rusulihi:
50 Ramadân means to burn. Sins of those who fast and beg Allâhu ta’âlâ for forgiveness in this month, will burn and perish.
51 Wa kutubihi:
52 It is a sunnat to have the iftâr with a date.
53 Wa Malâikatihi: It means “I believe in angels of Allahu ta’âlâ. Angels are slaves of Allahu ta’âlâ. They all obey His commands. They never commit sins. They are neither male nor female.
54 After iftar prayer
55 Âmantu billâhi means “I believe in Allahu ta’âlâ’s existence and in His Oneness. I affirm this fact with my heart and I profess it with my lips.” Allahu ta’âlâ exists and He is One.
56 Iftar prayer
59 Îmân means to love everything which Muhammad ’alaihissalâm said and to approve, that is to believe, them by heart. Those people who believe in this manner are called Mu’min or Muslim.
60 1 - The first night of Ramadân Allâhu ta’âlâ regards the Believers with Compassion. He never torments a born slave of His whom He regards with Compassion.
61 A rose is appreciated by nightingales only.
62 Here is the key to the treasure of eternity: Bismillâh-ir-Rahmân-ir-Rahîm.
63 Muslim possesses goodness.
64 Allâhü ta’âlâ has given all people numerous benefits and blessings.
65 “Oh my Allah! I believe in Thee, I love Thee and Thine Prophets. I want to learn Islamic knowledge. Protect me from being deceived by the enemies of my religion!”
66 If man worships Allâhu ta’âlâ, He facilitates his works in the world, pities him in the grave, and forgives his sins in the Hereafter.
67 man has three states: his states in the world, in the grave, and in the Hereafter.
68 Our Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ declared: “When the teacher says Basmala to the child and the child repeats it, Allâhu ta’âlâ has a voucher written down lest the child and his parents and his teacher go to Hell.” ’
69 It is purported in the thirty-third âyat of Sûrat-un-Nahl: “Allâhu ta’âlâ does not torment or do injustice to His born slaves (men).
70 “If you appreciate the value of My gifts and if you use them as I command, I will increase them. If you don’t appreciate them, if you abhor them, I will take them back and torture you vehemently. <(Sûra-i Ibrâhîm)>
71 The Basmala is the signature on the invitation to Paradise.
72 O my Allah! Make me one who listens to the word and who obeys best.
73 Teaching knowledge causes grave sins to be forgiven.
74 Perform your prayers with sincerity. Any worship which is done with sincerity, even if it is not much in quantity, would be sufficient for you on the Day of Gathering ‘Qiyâmat’
75 A time will come when practicing Islam will be as difficult as holding a fire ball with bare hands
76 It is declared in a hadîth-i-sherîf: The most valuable worship is loving for the sake of Allâhu ta’âlâ ‘Hubb-i fillâh’ and disliking for the sake of Allâhu ta’âlâ ‘Bughd-i fillâh
77 Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sal-lam’ states in a hadîth-isherîf: “Allâhu ta’âlâ, on the fifteenth day of the holy month ‘Shabân’, pities all of His creatures. hadîth-isherîf:
78 in hadîth-i sherîfs: “Man takes to those who do him favours,”
79 Namâz is the pillar of Islam, performing it will strengthen one’s faith.
80 hadîth-i-sherîf : everything has a source. The source of taqwâ is the hearts of ’ârifs.
81 A namâz which is performed after using a miswâk is seventy-fold superior to a namâz without a miswâk.’
82 our Prophet ’sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ declared: “My shafâ’a (intercession) is wâjib for a person who visits my grave.”
83 Dhikr means to remember Allâhu ta’âlâ.
84 A hadîth-i-sherîf declares: “Protect your property against harm by paying zakât.”
85 Our Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ta’âlâ ’alaihi wa sallam’ declared: “He who recovers one of my forgotten sunnats will attain the blessings for a hundred martyrs.”
86 Our Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ declared: “The best dhikr is to say ‘lâ ilâha illallah.
87 Ra’d Sûra purports: “You should know well that with the dhikr only will hearts will attain serenity and ease!”
88 If a person trusts himself to Allâhu ta’âlâ, Allâhu ta’âlâ will come to his help in every thing he does.
89 “Rasûlullah states: ‘Muslim means a person who does not harm Muslims with his hand or tongue.’
90 it is stated in hadîth-i-sherîf: “Study and learn knowledge from cradle to grave!”
91 On Fridays there is a moment when any prayer a Believer sends is not refused.
92 A faithful friend is one who will protect you against dangers and fearful situations.
93 Get close to those who get away from you! Give generously to one who does not give you! Forgive those who oppress you!
94 Miraj Mubarek hadîth-i-sherîf, “Between my grave and my minbar is one of the Gardens of Paradise,”
95 The best among the human beings is the one who lives a long life and performs good deeds, (Hadith)
96 You are corrupting yourself with your own hand Although the Creator created you beautifully.
97 Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhualaihiwasallam’ declared: If a person conceals people’s faults and defects, Allâhu ta’âlâ will conceal his faults and defects.
98 Let us love and help each other so that Allâhu ta’âlâ in turn will help us.
99 A person who is instrumental for another person’s performing good deeds will receive as much reward as the person who performs the goodness.
100 To become hopeless of the mercy of Allâhu ta’âlâ also causes disbelief.
101 it is stated in hadîth-i-sherîf “Work for the next world as if you were to die tomorrow, and work for the world as if you would never die.”
102 The strongest sign of one’s loving someone is to love what he loves and dislike those things he does not like.
103 Allahu taala creates everything through causes.
104 Ikhlas means to act only for the sake of Allahu taala.
105 This world is a field for the next world.
106 He stated in a hadîth: “Musawwifs have perished.” That is, those who put off tawba by saying, “I will make tawba later on,” have suffered a loss.
107 If you thank Me for My favours, I will certainly increase them. (Sûra-i Ibrâhîm)
108 Teaching knowledge is an atonement for sins. Hadîth-i-sherîf
109 Never forget that Allâhu ta’âlâ is the helper of the righteous people!
110 Allâhu ta’âlâ declares in the Qur’ân: “When performing each namâz, wear your adorned, clean, and favorite clothes!”
111 Our Prophet ‘sallAllâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ stated: “If a person loves his Muslim brother, he should let him know!”
112 The hadîth, “Actions are good or bad depending on the intention,”
113 The best among you are the ones who learn and teach Qur’ân.
114 Hayâ’ is part of belief (îmân). Hadîth-i Sherif
115 Nobody’s good deeds will be left unpaid for.
116 A Believer (Mu’min) is a mirror of another Believer. Hadîth-i-sherîf
117 Knowledge is a treasure. Its key is to ask and learn. Hadîth-i-sherîf
118 Rajab is the month of Allâhu ta’âlâ. He who shows honour to the month of Rajab and who respects it will be blessed by Allâhu ta’âlâ in this world and the next. Hadîth-i-sherîfs
119 Cuma Mubarak Recep Month night
120 Raghaib Night Mubarek
121 Our Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ stated: “No one dies before having consumed (all) his (or her) rizq. Yet, look for good places to earn your rizq!* ”
122 A Believer (Mu’min) is a mirror of another Believer. Hadith-i Sherif
123 The giving hand is superior to the receiving one.
124 Life of a living being does not come to an end before the sustenance assigned for it (by Allâhu ta’âlâ in the eternal past) is finished; No one can consume some other person’s sustenance
125 All my Sahâba are like the celestial stars. You will attain hidâyat and happiness if you follow any one of them! Hadîth-i-sherîf
126 Dignity, honour and superiority are measured not by property, but by knowledge and wisdom
127 Oh my Lord! Bestow me, knowledge (’ilm), softness (hilm), piety (taqwâ), and ‘âfiyat’.
128 Allâhu ta’âlâ is always for soft-spokenness. Hadîth-i-sherîf
129 In a hadîth al-Qudsî, Allâhu ta’âlâ declares: “I created you for Myself. Do not busy yourself with other things! I will provide your sustenance, do not worry!”
130 Allâhu ta’âlâ declares, as is purported: “O man! Don’t you know that I am watching you every moment?
131 “A person’s faith will be like his companion’s.” Hadîth-i-sherîf
132 “Rahmat (of Allâhu ta’âlâ) descends to a place where the Awliyâ are mentioned (or remembered).” Hadîth-i-sherîf:
133 Learn and teach knowledge! Hadîth-i-sherîf
134 Salât protects one from committing lowly and ugly actions. Hadîth-i-sherîf
135 Sickness of the heart is, its forgetting Allâhu ta’âlâ.
136 Justice is the most honorable of all virtues.
137 Learning or teaching knowledge for one hour is more blessed than worshipping until morning. Hadith-i Sherif
138 A good-natured person will attain both worldly and next worldly happiness
139 The moon, the sun and the stars pray for him
140 I will meet My slave the way he expects Me to
141 In the Hereafter everybody will be with the person whom he loves in the world!
142 Allahu taala does not look at your beautiful faces or possessions; He looks at your hearts and deeds.
143 All the sins of he who makes tawba and istighfâr will be forgiven
144 Answer To a Religiously Ignorant Person
145 Answer To a University Student
146 Faith And Belief
147 The Things Necessary For Everybody
148 The First Basis Of Îmân
149 Following The Qur’an Al-Karim
150 Hadith-i Sharifs About Attaining Eternal Felicity
151 Se’âdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss First Fascicle