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    Do 5 Works Before Sleeping

    Once, Prophet Mohammad (Sal-lal-laaho-Alaih-e-W-sallam), said to Ali
    (razi-Allaho-anho):
    Ali ! Do 5 Works Before Sleeping,

    (1) Daily.Give 4000 Dinar Alms/sacrifice (sadqaa) daily before sleeping.
    (2) Read whole Qur'aan one time daily before sleeping.
    (3) Pay price of Jannah,daily before sleeping.
    (4) Make a truce/peace between two fighting men daily before sleeping.
    (5) Perform a Hajj daily before sleeping.

    Then Ali (razi-Allaho-anho) requested Ya' RasoolAllah
    (Sal-lal-laaho-Alaih-e-W-sallam) It is very hard to do how can I do
    all this?
    Prophet Mohammad (Sal-lal-laaho-Alaih-e-W'sallam) replied:

    (1) Read "Sura-e-Fatiha" 4 times..... Its equal to sacrifice 4000 dinars.
    (2) Read "Sura-e-Ikhlaas" 3 times.... Its equal to read Quran one time.
    (3) Read "Durood Shariff" 10 times..... Its equal to pay price of Jannah.
    (4) Read "Astagfaar" (Astagfaar =Astag firul'lahaa rabbi min kul'ly
    zanmbin w'atubu elaihe) 10 times..... Its equal to make truce/peace
    between 2 fighting men.
    (5) Read "4rth Kalima" 4 times..... Its equal to perform Hajj.

    Forward it Please remember u r not doing favour on me but on ur self
    by gaining sawab which will help u in ur life after death.
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    Anas ibn Malik (May Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said: None of you [truly] believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.

    [Bukhari and Muslim]
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    AS-Salam alikum all!
    I'm back!

    Turns out I CAN sit on TSR.
    Walaykum salam

    Wlecome back :hugs:
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    Salaaam how is everyone! Thank you for all the plus rep points, your generosity knows no boundaries

    InshaAllah you are all well,

    Take care

    farah
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    Ayaz I absolutely love your new avatar!

    Lil one, the lion king is my second fave!

    Oh yes and salaams everyone.
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    Thanx (thanx to farhan )
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    i was just wondering what it says in Islam about women who have been covering (hijab/jilbab) but then decide that they were not ready for it and consider maybe only wearing the hijab.

    thank you xx
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    (Original post by Laaibah)
    i was just wondering what it says in Islam about women who have been covering (hijab/jilbab) but then decide that they were not ready for it and consider maybe only wearing the hijab.

    thank you xx
    Assalamu Alaikum,
    And not the jilbab? I personally think abayahs and such look really nice!
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    (Original post by The Green Manalishi)
    Assalamu Alaikum,
    And not the jilbab? I personally think abayahs and such look really nice!
    I admire people who do a lot. Especially those in more Western countries where its often a lot harder.
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    (Original post by lil_one)
    I admire people who do a lot. Especially those in more Western countries where its often a lot harder.
    Even the niqaab... Seriously, there's something oddly beautiful about some women in niqaab!
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    lol yeh
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    Well, all beauty is from Allah (SWT) but you know what i meant... :p:
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    (Original post by The Green Manalishi)
    Assalamu Alaikum,
    And not the jilbab? I personally think abayahs and such look really nice!
    yeh that was what i was thinking. I feel proud of wearing my jilbab but sometimes i think i should have thought through everything before i started to cover rather than do it on a spur of the moment thing (such a long, bizarre story, lol). I guess i feel left out sometmes when my sisters dress up for occasions and stuff and i also i feel like a bad person when i miss a prayer and question if my faith is as strong as it should be.

    I was just wondering what is said in Islam about this matter.

    Thank you
    xx
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    (Original post by Laaibah)
    yeh that was what i was thinking. I feel proud of wearing my jilbab but sometimes i think i should have thought through everything before i started to cover rather than do it on a spur of the moment thing (such a long, bizarre story, lol). I guess i feel left out sometmes when my sisters dress up for occasions and stuff and i also i feel like a bad person when i miss a prayer and question if my faith is as strong as it should be.

    I was just wondering what is said in Islam about this matter.

    Thank you
    xx
    :hugs: I admire you a lot sis. It's not going to be easy but you'll be rewarded for it greatly InshAllah.
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    (Original post by The Green Manalishi)
    Even the niqaab... Seriously, there's something oddly beautiful about some women in niqaab!
    It's the focus on the eyes :ninja:
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    (Original post by lil_one)
    :hugs: I admire you a lot sis. It's not going to be easy but you'll be rewarded for it greatly InshAllah.
    Thank you for your support. It is difficult sometimes because of the reaction from some people around you, but atthe end of the day, they're the one with the problem.

    I hope you are well.

    xx :hugs:
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    (Original post by Laaibah)
    Thank you for your support. It is difficult sometimes because of the reaction from some people around you, but atthe end of the day, they're the one with the problem.

    I hope you are well.

    xx :hugs:
    Yeh, im sure it is. Especially with all this media focus and stuff. What part of the UK you in?
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    (Original post by Milli)
    It's the focus on the eyes :ninja:
    Pardon?
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    Salaams

    When/how did Aliyah become a sub? :confused:
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    Love the avatar Aliyah :p:
 
 
 
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