Adhan is called out by the muezzin in mosques, sometimes from a minaret, five times a day summoning Muslims for mandatory (fard) prayers (salah). There is a second call known as iqama (set up) that summons Muslims to line up for the beginning of the prayers. The main purpose of this call is to inform people that time of prayer has come about. Amongst the benefits of this call is that reminds Muslims and informs Non-Muslims of the basic beliefs of the Islamic faith.
Hajj is one of the five main pillars of Islam. In this episode of "TheDeenShow" Yusuf Estes takes the viewers through a tour of Hajj on-site from Saudi Arabia!
In this episode of "The Deen Show" Waleed Abdul-Hakeem shares with the viewers prime information pertaining to the fifth pillar of Islam, Pilgrimage (Hajj).
Ramadan is a month of Worship. It is a month where all Muslims come together on one basic pillar of Islam without which a persons Islam is incomplete. In this lecture Yasir Qadhi shares with us some of the virtues of Islam.
Voluntary fasting is a practice found in many religions. However in Islam fasting is a prescribed obligation and is one of the five pillars of Islam. This short video briefly discusses the concept of fasting in Islam.
This video discusses the importance of Zakat (obligatory charity) in Islam. It also shows how many problems of the world can be solved through charity. Moreover, it highlights the fact that Islam encourages development and discourages destruction.
This short animated video briefly describes what Ramadan is, the reason fasting was prescribed and how Muslims celebrate this blessed month.
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