The Poor

fā qāf rā l-faqra (noun, masculine) = the poverty l-fuqarāa, l-fuqarāi, l-fuqarāu = (noun, masculine plural) = the poor Surah Al-Baqarah 268 al-shayṭānu yaʿidukumu l-faqra wayamurukum bil-faḥshāi wal-lahu yaʿidukum maghfiratan min'hu wafaḍlan wal-lahu wāsiʿun ʿalīmun Satan threatens you with poverty and orders you to immorality, while Allah promises you forgiveness from Him and bounty. And Allah …

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Last two verses of Al-Baqarah

Narrated An-Nu'man bin Bashir: that the Prophet (ﷺ) said: "Indeed Allah wrote in a book two thousand years before He created the heavens and the earth, and He sent down two Ayat from it to end Surat Al-Baqarah with. If they are recited for three nights in a home, no Shaitan shall come near it."‏.‏ …

Remember Allah (1)

dhāl kāf rā l-dhik'rā (feminine noun) = the reminder, rememberance The importance of remembering Allah as mentioned in the Noble Qur'an and the Hadith : Surah Al-Baqarah 152 fa-udh'kurūnī         adhkur'kum         wa-ush'kurū    lī       walā    takfurūni So remember Me, I will remember you. And be …

Islam, the Religion

Derived from qāf wāw mīm l-qayimati (feminine noun) = the correct l-qayimu (adjective) = the upright, the right, the correct Derived from dāl yā nūn l-dīni, l-dīna, l-dīnu (masculine noun) = the religion Also translated as the way of life, according to Sheikh Yusuf Estes and Dr. Zakir Naik   Surah Al-Baqarah 177 Righteousness is …

Prayers

Fard (Obligatory) Derived from fā rā ḍād faraḍa (verb) = ordained faraḍnā = We have made obligatory * Salat-al-Fajr Derived from fā jīm rā l-fajri (noun, masculine) = (at) dawn * Salat-al-Zuhr Derived from ẓā hā rā zahara (verb) = is apparent, has appeared l-ẓahīrati (feminine noun) = noon * Salat-al-'Asr Derived from ʿayn ṣād …

The most beautiful names of Allah (1)

Ar-rahman, Ar-rahim Surah Al-Fatihah Bis'mi   l-lahi   l-raḥmāni   l-raḥīmi In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful al-hamdu lillahi rabbi l-ʿālamīna All praises be to Allah, Lord of the worlds al-raḥmāni l-raḥīmi the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful māliki yawmi l-dīni Master (Sovereign) of the Day of Judgement iyyāka na'budu wa-iyyāka …