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Author Topic: Glory be to ALLAH, Da Creator of all pairs  (Read 88707 times)

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"99 Names of ALLAH"

AL RAHMAN: THE MERCIFUL
He who repeats this Name 100 times after each farz (obligatory) prayer will have good memory, a keen awareness, and be free of a heavy heart.


AL RAHIM: THE COMPASSIONATE
He who repeats this Name 100 times after each Fajr (early morning) prayer will find everyone to be friendly towards him and show easiness to him


AL MALIK: THE SOVEREIGN LORD
He who repeats this Name any time will be respected and treated accordingly by others.

 
AL QUDDUS: THE HOLY
The hearts of those who repeat this name 100 times each day will be free from anxiety.


AL SALAM: THE PEACE
He who repeats this Name 160 times to a sick person will help them regain health.


AL MUMIN: THE GUARDIAN OF FAITH
He who repeats this Name will be free from harm.


AL MUHAIMIN: THE PROTECTOR
He who repeats this Name and have complete ablution, their inner being will be luminous.


AL AZIZ: THE MIGHTY
He who repeats this Name 40 times after each Fajr prayer for 40 days will be independent of need from others


AL JABBAR: THE COMPELLER
He who repeats this Name will not be compelled to do anything against his wishes, and will not be exposed to violence, severity, or hardness.


AL MUTAKABBIR: THE SELF EXPANDING
He who repeats this Name before having intercourse with his wife, Allah will bless him with a righteous child


AL KHALIQ: THE CREATOR
He who repeats this Name at night, Allah will create an angel whose duty is to act righteously for this person until the day of Judgment. The reward for this angels actions will be given to that person.


AL BARI: THE MAKER FROM NOTHING
He who creates all things in proportion


AL MUSAWWIR: THE FASHIONER
If a woman who desires to give birth, but cannot, fasts seven days, and each day at the breaking of the fast (iftar) she repeats these three Names twenty-one times, breathes into a glass of water, and then breaks the fast with this glass of water, Allah will bless her with a child.


AL GHAFFAR: THE ABSOLVER
He who repeats this Name will be forgiven his sins


AL QAHHAR: THE DOMINANT
The soul of him who repeats this name will conquer the desire of the flesh, and his heart will be made free from the attractions of the world and gain inner peace. This name also frees one from being wronged


AL WAHHAB: THE BESTOWER
The person who repeats this name seven times after (dua) appealing to Allah, his appeal will be answered. He who has a desire, or a person who is captured by an enemy, or someone who can't earn enough to maintain himself, if he repeats this name for three or seven nights 100 times after two rakas (prayers) at midnight with ablution, Allah will bless him with his needs.


AL RAZZAQ: THE PROVIDER
He who repeats this name will be provided with sustenance by Allah.


AL FATTAH: THE OPENER OF THE HEART
The heart of him who repeats this name will be open, and will be given victory.


AL ALIM: THE OMNISCIENT
He who repeats this name, his heart will become luminous, revealing divine light (Nur)


AL QABID: THE RESTRAINER
He who writes this name on 50 pieces of food (fruit, bread, etc.) for 40 days will be free from hunger.


AL BASIT: THE SPREADER
He who repeats this name ten times during Fajr with open hands (palms up), then rubs his face with his hands, will be free of need from others.


AL KHAFID: THE ABASER
Those who fast three days, and on the fourth day in a gathering read this Name 70,000 times, Allah will free them from harm by their enemy.


AL RAFI: THE EXALTER
He who repeats this name 100 times day and night, Allah will make him higher as far as honor, richness and merit are concerned.


AL MUIZZ: THE HONORER
Repeated 140 times after Isha prayer during Monday and Friday (according to the lunar calendar, Sunday and Thursday), Allah makes him dignified in the eyes of others. That person will have fear of no one but Allah


AL MUDHILL: THE DEGRADER
He who repeats this name 75 times will be free from harm by those who are jealous of him and wish to harm him. Allah will protect him.


AL SAMI: THE ALL HEARING
He who repeats this name 100 times without speaking to anyone on Thursday after the Zuhr prayer (noon time), Allah will bestow on him any desire.


AL BASIR: THE ALL SEEING
He who repeats this Name 100 times between farz and the first sunset prayer at Cuma (Friday afternoon prayer), Allah will give this person esteem in the eyes of others.


AL HAKAM: THE JUDGE
He who repeats this name many times at night, many secrets (sirr) will be revealed to him.


AL ADL: THE EQUITABLE
On Friday night, if you write this Name on a piece of bread, people will obey you.


AL LATIF: THE MOST SUBTLE AND GRACIOUS
He who has become poor, and is lonely, if he repeats this name 100 times after two rakas (extra prayers), his desire will be fulfilled.


AL KHABIR: THE AWARE
He who has a bad habit which he does not like, and continuously repeats this Name, will be quickly freed from this habit.


AL HALIM: THE CLEMENT
If one writes this name on a piece of paper, and puts it where his seed is sown, no harm, disaster or calamity will befall his crop.


AL AZIM: THE SUPREME GLORY
Those who repeat this name many times will be respected.


AL GHAFUR: THE MUCH FORGIVING
He who has a headache, fever, and is despondent, who continuously repeats this Name, will be relieved of his ailment.


AL SHAKUR: THE MOST GRATEFUL
He who has a heavy heart, and repeats this Name 41 times, breathes into a glass of water, then washes his face with this water, his heart will lighten, and he will be able to maintain himself.


AL ALI: THE EXALTED
He whose faith is low and repeats this Name, it will be raised, his destiny will be opened; the traveler will reach his homeland.


AL KABIR: THE GREAT
He who repeats this Name 100 times each day will have esteem.


AL HAFIZ: THE PRESERVER
He who repeats this Name 16 times each day will be protected against calamities.


AL MUQIT: THE SUSTAINER
If someone with a bad-mannered child repeats this Name into a glass of water, and gives this water to the child to drink, the child will have good manners.


AL HASIB: THE RECKONER
If one is afraid of being robbed, afraid of the jealousy of another, of being harmed or wronged, he begins on a Thursday to repeat this name 70 times, day and night, for seven days and nights. At the seventy-first time, he says Allah is my Reckoner (Habiyallah-ul-Hasib), and he will be free of his fears.


AL JALIL: THE SUBLIME
He who writes this name on a piece of paper with musk and saffron, washes it, and drinks the water from a ceramic container made of earth, will be revered among men.


AL KARIM: THE GENEROUS
He who repeats this Name many times will have esteem in this world and hereafter.


AL RAQIB: THE WATCHFUL
He who repeats this Name seven times on himself, his family and property, all will be under Allahs Protection.


AL MUJIB: THE HEARER AND ANSWERER OF PRAYERS
The appeal of him who repeats this name be answered.


AL WASI: THE COMPREHENSIVE
If one who has difficulty earning, repeats this name, he will have good earnings.


AL HAKIM: THE WISE
He who repeats this Name continuously (from time to time) will not have difficulties in his work.


AL WADUD: THE LOVING
If there is a qurrel between two people, and one of them repeats this name 1,000 times over some food and has the other person eat the food, there will be no disagreement between them.


AL MAJID: THE GLORIOUS
He who repeats this Name gains glory.


AL BAITH: THE RESURRECTOR
He who repeats this Name gains the fear of Allah.


AL SHAHID: THE WITNESS
He who has a rebellious child and repeats this Name to the child, the child will be obedient.


AL HAQQ: THE TRUTH
If one has lost something and repeats this Name, he will find what is lost.


AL WAKIL: THE TRUSTEE
He who is afraid of drowning, being burnt in a fire, or any similar danger, and repeats this Name continuously (from time to time), will be under the protection of Allah.


AL QAWIY: THE ALMIGHTY
He who cannot defeat his enemy, and repeats this Name with the intention of not being harmed, will be free from his enemys harm.


AL MATIN: THE FIRM
If one has troubles and repeats this name, his troubles will disappear.


AL WALIY: THE NEAREST FRIEND
He who repeats this Name is likely to be a waliullah, the friend of Allah.


AL HAMID: THE PRAISEWORTHY
He who repeats this name will be loved and praised.


AL MUHSI: THE ACCOUNTANT
He who is afraid of being questioned on the judgment day, and repeats this Name 1,000 times, will have easiness.


AL MUBDI: THE ORIGINATOR
If this Name is repeated and breathed towards a pregnant woman who is afraid of aborting, she will be free of danger.


AL MUID: THE RESTORER
If this Name is repeated 70 times for someone who is away from his family, that person will return safely.


AL MUHYI: THE BESTOWER OF LIFE
If a person has heavy burden and repeats this Name seven times each day, his burden will be taken away.


AL MUMIT: THE CAUSER OF DEATH
The name is repeated to destroy ones enemy.


AL HAYY: THE LIVING
He who repeats this Name will have long life


AL QAYYUM: THE SELF-SUBSISTING
He who repeats this Name will not fall into inadvertency.


AL WAJID: THE FINDER
He who repeats this Name will have richness of heart.


AL MAJID: THE NOBLE
He who repeats this Name, his heart will be enlightened.


AL WAHID: THE ONE
He who repeats this Name alone and in a quiet place will be free from fear and delusion.


AL AHAD: THE ONLY ONE THE ONE
He who repeats this Name 1,000 times will have certain secrets opened to him.


AL SAMAD: THE ETERNAL ABSOLUTE
He who repeats this Name many times, Allah will provide his needs, and as a result he will not need others, but they will need him.


AL QADIR: THE POWERFUL
He who repeats this Name, all his desires will be fulfilled.


AL MUQTADIR: THE PROSSESSOR OF POWER
He who repeats this Name will be aware of the truth.


AL MUQADDIM: THE FOREMOST
He who repeats this Name on the battlefield, or who has fear of being alone in an awe-inspiring place, no harm will come to him.


AL MUAKHKHIR: THE DEFERRER
He who repeats this Name in his heart 100 times each day, only love of Allah will remain. No other love can enter.


AL AWWAL: THE FIRST
He who would like to have a child, or would like to come together with a person who is traveling, repeats this Name 1,000 times for 40 Fridays.


AL AKHIR: THE LAST
He who repeats this Name many times will lead a good life and at the end of this life will have a good death.


AL ZAHIR: THE MANIFEST
He who repeats this Name 15 times after Friday (cuma) prayer, divine light (Nur) will enter his heart.


AL BATIN: THE HIDDEN
He who repeats this Name three times each day will be able to see the truth in things.


AL WALI: THE GOVERNOR
He who repeats this Name and breathes it into his house, his house will be free from danger.


AL MUTAALI: THE SUPREMELY EXALTED
He who repeats this Name many times will gain the benevolence of Allah.


AL BARR: THE RIGHTEOUS
He who repeats this Name to his child, this child will be free from misfortune.


AL TAWWAB: THE ACCEPTOR OF REPENTANCE
He who repeats this Name many times, his repentance will be accepted.


AL MUNTAQIM: THE AVENGER
He who repeats this Name many times will be victorious against his enemies.


AL AFUW: THE PARDONER
He who repeats this Name many times, all his sins will be forgiven.


AL RAUF: THE KIND
He who repeats this Name many times will be blessed by Allah.


AL MALIKAL-MULK: THE KING OF SUPREME DOMINON
He who repeats this Name will have esteem among people.


AL DHAL-JALALI WAL IKRAM: THE LORD OF MAJESTY, GLORY, AND HONOR
He who repeats this Name times will be rich.


AL MUQSIT: THE JUST
He who repeats this Name will be free from the harm of the devil.


AL JAMI: THE GATHERER
He who repeats this Name will find the things that he lost.


AL GHANIY: THE RICH
He who repeats this Name will be contented and not covetous.


AL MUGHNI: THE ENRICHER
He who repeats this Name ten times for ten Fridays will become self-sufficient.


AL MANI: THE PREVENTER
He who repeats this Name will have a good family life.


AL DRR: THE DISTRESSER
Those who are in a low class, if they repeat this name on Friday Night, their status will be raised


AL NAFI: THE BENEFITER
He who repeats this Name for four days as many times as he can, no harm will come to him.


AL NUR: THE LIGHT
Those who repeat this Name will have inner light.


AL HADI: THE GUIDE
Those who repeat this Name will have spiritual knowledge.


AL BADI: THE INCOMPARABLE
Those who repeat this Name 70 times in the following way, all his trouble will disappear:


AL BAQI: THE ENDURING
He who repeats this Name 100 times before sunrise will be free from all disaster throughout his life, and will be shown mercy in the hereafter.


AL WARITH: THE INHERITOR
He who repeat this Name will have long life.


AL RASHID: THE UNEERRING
He who repeat this Name 1,000 times between early evening prayer (Maghrib) and night prayer (Isha), his troubles will be cleaned up.


AL SABUR: THE MOST PATIENT
He who is in trouble, difficulty or sorrow and repeats this Name 3,000 times, will be rescued from his difficulty.

RhythM_of_RaiN

Re: Glory be to Allah, Da Creator of all pairs
« Reply #38 on: August 28, 2010, 11:08:21 AM »
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"25 Duas from the Holy Quran"

1. Our Lord! Grant us good in this world and good in the life to come and keep us safe from the torment of the Fire (2:201)

2. Our Lord! Bestow on us endurance and make our foothold sure and give us help against those who reject faith. (2:250)

3. Our Lord! Take us not to task if we forget or fall into error. (2:286)

4. Our Lord! Lay not upon us such a burden as You did lay upon those before us. (2:286)

5. Our Lord! Impose not on us that which we have not the strength to bear, grant us forgiveness and have mercy on us. You are our Protector. Help us against those who deny the truth. (2:286)

6. Our Lord! Let not our hearts deviate from the truth after You have guided us, and bestow upon us mercy from Your grace. Verily You are the Giver of bounties without measure.

7. Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and the lack of moderation in our doings, and make firm our steps and succour us against those who deny the truth. (3:147)

8. Our Lord! Whomsoever You shall commit to the Fire, truly You have brought [him] to disgrace, and never will wrongdoers find any helpers (3:192)

9. Our Lord! Behold we have heard a voice calling us unto faith: "Believe in your Lord" and we have believed. (3:193)
 
10. Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and efface our bad deeds and take our souls in the company of the righteous. (3:193)
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11. Our Lord! And grant us that which you have promised to us by Your messengers and save us from shame on the Day of Judgement. Verily You never fail to fulfill Your promise. (3:194)

12. Our Lord! We have sinned against ourselves, and unless You grant us forgiveness and bestow Your mercy upon us, we shall most certainly be lost! (7:23)

13. Our Lord! Place us not among the people who have been guilty of evildoing. (7:47)

14. Our Lord! Lay open the truth between us and our people, for You are the best of all to lay open the truth. (7:89)

15. Our Lord! Pour out on us patience and constancy, and make us die as those who have surrendered themselves unto You. (7:126)

16. Our Lord! Make us not a trial for the evildoing folk, and save as by Your mercy from people who deny the truth (10:85-86)

17. Our Lord! You truly know all that we may hide [in our hearts] as well as all that we bring into the open, for nothing whatever, be it on earth or in heaven, remains hidden from Allah (14:38)

18. Our Lord! Bestow on us mercy from Your presence and dispose of our affairs for us in the right way. (18:10)

19. Our Lord! Grant that our spouses and our offspring be a comfort to our eyes, and give us the grace to lead those who are conscious of You. (25:74)

20. Our Lord! You embrace all things within Your Grace and Knowledge, forgive those who repent and follow Your path, and ward off from them the punishment of Hell. (40:7)

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21. Our Lord! Make them enter the Garden of Eden which You have promised to them, and to the righteous from among their fathers, their wives and their offspring, for verily You are alone the Almighty and the truly Wise.

22. Our Lord! Relieve us of the torment, for we do really believe.

23. Our Lord! Forgive us our sins as well as those of our brethren who proceeded us in faith and let not our hearts entertain any unworthy thoughts or feelings against [any of] those who have believed. Our Lord! You are indeed full of kindness and Most Merciful

24. Our Lord! In You we have placed our trust, and to You do we turn in repentance, for unto You is the end of all journeys.

25. Our Lord! Perfect our light for us and forgive us our sins, for verily You have power over all things.

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The Five Pillars

During the ten years between his arrival in Medina and his death in AD 632, Muhammad laid the foundation for the ideal Islamic state. A core of committed Muslims was established, and a community life was ordered according to the requirements of the new religion. In addition to general moral injunctions, the requirements of the religion came to include a number of institutions that continue to characterize Islamic religious practice today. Foremost among these were the five pillars of Islam, the essential religious duties required of every adult Muslim who is mentally able. The five pillars are each described in some part of the Qur'an and were already practiced during Muhammad's lifetime. They are the profession of faith (shahada), prayer (salat), almsgiving (zakat), fasting (sawm), and pilgrimage (hajj). Although some of these practices had precedents in Jewish, Christian, and other Middle Eastern religious traditions, taken together they distinguish Islamic religious practices from those of other religions. The five pillars are thus the most central rituals of Islam and constitute the core practices of the Islamic faith
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(1) The Profession of Faith

The absolute focus of Islamic piety is Allah, the supreme, all knowing, all-powerful, and above all, all-merciful God. The Arabic word Allah means the God, and this God is understood to be the God who brought the world into being and sustains it to its end. By obeying God's commands, human beings express their recognition of and gratitude for the wisdom of creation, and live in harmony with the universe.

The profession of faith, or witness to faith (shahada), is therefore the prerequisite for membership in the Muslim community. On several occasions during a typical day, and in the saying of daily prayers, a Muslim repeats the profession, "I bear witness that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is his prophet." There are no formal restrictions on the times and places these words can be repeated. To become a member of the Muslim community, a person has to profess and act upon this belief in the oneness of God and the prophethood of Muhammad. To be a true profession of faith that represents a relationship between the speaker and God, the verbal utterance must express genuine knowledge of its meaning as well as sincere belief. A person's deeds can be subjected to scrutiny by other Muslims, but a person's utterance of the profession of faith is sufficient evidence of membership in the Muslim community and cannot be challenged by other members of this community.

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(2) The Five Daily Prayers

The second pillar of Islam is the religious duty to perform five prescribed daily prayers or salat. All adult Muslims are supposed to perform five prayers, preceded by ritual cleansing or purification of the body at different intervals of the day. The Qur'anic references also mention the acts of standing, bowing, and prostrating during prayers and facing a set direction, known as qibla. The Muslims were first required to face Jerusalem during prayer, but already during Muhammad's lifetime they were commanded to face the Kaaba, an ancient shrine in the city of Mecca. The Qur'an also refers to the recitation of parts of the Qur'an as a form of prayer. However, even with its numerous references, the Qur'an alone does not give exact instructions for this central ritual of prayer.

The most detailed descriptions of the rituals for prayer derive from the example set by the prophet Muhammad and are preserved in later Islamic traditions. Some details of these rituals vary, however all Muslims agree that there are five required daily prayers to be performed at certain times of day: dawn (fajr or subh), noon (zuhr), midafternoon (asr), sunset (maghrib), and evening (isha). The dawn, noon, and sunset prayers do not start exactly at dawn, noon, and sunset; instead, they begin just after, to distinguish the Islamic ritual from earlier pagan practices of worshiping the sun when it rises or sets.

A prayer is made up of a sequence of units called bowings (rak'as). During each of these units, the worshiper stands, bows, kneels, and prostrates while reciting verses from the Qur'an as well as other prayer formulas. With some variations among different Muslim sects, at noon, afternoon, and evening prayers, these units are repeated four times, while during the sunset prayer they are repeated three times, and at dawn only twice. The opening chapter of the Qur'an, al-Fatiha, is repeated in each unit in a prayer sequence. Each prayer concludes with the recitation of the profession of faith followed by the greeting "may the peace, mercy, and blessings of God be upon you."

Wherever Muslims live in substantial numbers throughout the world, the call to prayer, or adhan, is repeated five times a day by a muezzin (crier) from a mosque, the Muslim place of worship. Muslims are encouraged to pray together in mosques, but group prayer is only a religious obligation for the noon prayer on Friday. Women, travelers, sick Muslims, and those attending to the sick are granted license not to attend the Friday congregational prayer, although they may attend if they wish.

The Friday noon prayer is led by an imam, who is simply a prayer leader; this prayer differs from the usual noon prayers of the other days of the week. As a required part of the ritual at this congregational meeting, two sermons precede the prayer. On other days, Muslims can pray anywhere they wish, either individually or in groups. They must observe the rituals of praying at certain times of day, facing in the direction of Mecca, observing the proper order of prayers, and preparing through symbolic purification. Depending on the situation, this last ritual of ablution requires either total washing of the body or a less elaborate ritual washing of the hands, mouth, face, and feet.

In addition to the five required daily prayers, Muslims can perform non-obligatory prayers, some of which have fixed ritual formats and are performed before or after each of the five daily prayers. Others are performed at night, either individually or with other Muslims. These additional formal and informal prayers give expression to the primary function of prayer in Islam, which is personal communication with God for the purpose of maintaining the abiding presence of the divine in the personal lives of Muslims. The more formal aspects of prayer also serve to provide a disciplined rhythm that structures the day and fosters a sense of community and shared identity among Muslims.

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« Reply #44 on: August 28, 2010, 11:42:22 AM »
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(3) Almsgiving

The third pillar of Islam is zakat, or almsgiving. A religious obligation, zakat is considered an expression of devotion to God. It represents the attempt to provide for the poorer sectors of society, and it offers a means for a Muslim to purify his or her wealth and attain salvation. The Qur'an, together with other Islamic traditions, strongly encourages charity and constantly reminds Muslims of their moral obligation to the poor, orphans, and widows; however, it distinguishes between general, voluntary charity (sadaqa) and zakat, the latter being an obligatory charge on the money or produce of Muslims. While the meaning of terms has been open to different interpretations, the Qur'an regularly refers to zakat, identifying specific ways in which this tax can be spent. These specific uses include spending zakat on the poor and the needy, on those who collect and distribute zakat, on those whom Muslims hope to win over and convert to Islam, on travelers, on the ransom of captives, to relieve those who are burdened with debts, and on the cause of God.

The Qur'an provides less-detailed information about the kinds of things that are subject to the zakat tax or the precise share of income or property that should be paid as zakat. These determinations are provided in the traditions of the prophet Muhammad and have been the subject of elaborate discussions among Muslim legal experts, or jurists. For example, one-fortieth (2.5 percent) of the assets accumulated during the year (including gold, silver, and money) is payable at the end of the year, while one-tenth of the harvest of the land or date trees is payable at harvest time. Cattle, camels, and other domestic animals are subject to a more complex taxation system that depends on the animals in question, their age, the numbers involved, and whether they are freely grazing. Traditional zakat laws do not cover trade, but commercial taxes have been imposed by various Muslim governments throughout history.

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