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Who are the greatest four imams in Islam?

 it is one thing to have knowledge in a field of Quran and Hadith, it is another to have thorough understanding or ‘Ijtihad’ (exercise of independent judgement). The person who is an expert in the science of these laws is called a ‘faqih’. Today, most Muslims accept the ‘ijtihad’ of

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What is Sunnah and Farz?

The Sunnah refers to the sayings and practices of the Prophet Muhammad and is the second source of knowledge for Muslims. Muhammad is considered to be a perfect model. This can be seen at prayer time or Salat – whilst the Qur’an explains when and how one should pray, Muslims use the example of Muhammad to know what words and movements to

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What is Eid? how many does islam have? and how do muslims celebrate it?

Eid in Arabic means “festival, holiday” Eid is a worldwide festival and celebration for Muslims. During the calendar year there are two Eid’s that are celebrated by Muslims. Eid ul Fitr, which means “festival to break the fast”, is at the end of the holy month of Ramadan in which

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What is Sadaqah?

Sadaqah is the term used to describe an act of kindness that is given to someone without the expectation of anything in return. It can be as simple as sharing a smile with a stranger or offering answers to someone seeking information.

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What is the Judgement Day?

Belief in the Day of Judgment is extremely important in Islam. This event will signal the transition between the temporary life of this world to the eternal life in the hereafter. On that day, people will be resurrected and held accountable for their deeds in life, which will determine their

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What is the purpose of life in Islam?

God declares in the Quran, “And I did not create … mankind except to worship Me.”  (For Muslims, the purpose of life is to worship God, the Creator of all things. Worship in Islam is a comprehensive concept that urges people to be conscious of God throughout their daily lives and

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What is Azkar in Islam?

‘Azkar’ is plural of the Urdu word ‘Zikar’ which means ‘mention’. In Islam, it means praying to the Almighty, creator for all the blessings he’s bestowed upon us and for all the times He’s forgiven us for our sins. Therefore, Azkar is done in the morning after Fajr, in the

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Who is god? and Is he worthy of worship?

God is a maximally perfect Being. He possesses all the perfect names and attributes to the highest degree possible. In Islam, God is described as the The-Loving, and this means that His love is the most perfect and greatest love possible. It is because of these names and attributes that

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Who are the four Caliphs?

The first four caliphs of islam are Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali are referred to as Rashidun (rightly guided) Caliphs (632-661 CE) by mainstream Sunni Muslims. Their tenure started with the death of Prophet Muhammad in 632 CE, when Abu Bakr took the title of Caliph – the successor of the Prophet, although not a continuation of prophethood itself

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Who are the Companions of the Prophet(Al Sahaba)?

In islam, followers of Muhammad who had personal contact with him, however slight. In fact, any Muslim who was alive in any part of the Prophet’s lifetime and saw him may be reckoned among the Companions.  The muhajirun (those who followed the Prophet from Mecca to Medinah in the Hijrah), the

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Prayer Times
February 27, 2021
Fajr Iqamah

6:10 am

18:00 Minutes
Prayer Athan Iqamah
Fajr5:35 am 6:10 am
Sunrise6:54 am
Zuhr12:27 pm 12:40 pm
Asr3:29 pm 3:40 pm
Maghrib6:00 pm 6:10 pm
Isha7:20 pm 7:40 pm
Jumuah 12:30 | 1:15