Qiblah القبلة

‘Ata’ on Graves: Prohibition of mosques pointing to a graveyard

Ibn Jurayj reported: I said to ‘Ata’, may Allah have mercy on him, “Do you disapprove of us praying in the midst of graves or in a mosque pointing towards […]

‘Ata’ on Graves: Prohibition of mosques pointing to a graveyard Read More »

Hadith on Cleanliness: The Prophet teaches his companions like a father

Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, I am only like a father to you in the way that I teach you.

Hadith on Cleanliness: The Prophet teaches his companions like a father Read More »

Hadith on Idolatry: O Allah, do not make my grave an idol

Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “O Allah, do not turn my grave into an idol that is worshiped. Allah has cursed people who

Hadith on Idolatry: O Allah, do not make my grave an idol Read More »

Hassan on Salat: Difference between mindful and neglectful prayer

Al-Awza’i reported: Hassan ibn ‘Atiyah, may Allah have mercy on him, said, “Verily, people will be in prayer as one, yet the difference between them is like that between the

Hassan on Salat: Difference between mindful and neglectful prayer Read More »

Hadith on Cleanliness: Your Prophet taught you everything!

Salman reported: The idolaters said, “Indeed, your companion teaches you everything, even he teaches you how to defecate!” Salman said, “It is so. The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon

Hadith on Cleanliness: Your Prophet taught you everything! Read More »

Hadith on Qiblah: Prayer direction between two cardinal directions

Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whatever is between east and west is the direction of prayer.” Al-Tirmidhi said, “It has been narrated from

Hadith on Qiblah: Prayer direction between two cardinal directions Read More »

Hadith on Qiblah: Those who pray towards Mecca are Muslims

Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whoever prays our prayer, faces our direction of prayer, and eats our slaughtered animals, they

Hadith on Qiblah: Those who pray towards Mecca are Muslims Read More »

Hadith on Dua: The Prophet supplicates to guide unbelievers

Abu Huraira reported: Al-Tufayl came with his companions, and they said, “O Messenger of Allah, the tribe of Daws has disbelieved and rejected you, so pray to Allah against them!”

Hadith on Dua: The Prophet supplicates to guide unbelievers Read More »

Abu Yazeed on Leadership: If you have no manners, how can you lead?

Al-Ma’ruf reported: A man arrived in Bastam claiming the right of authority. Abu Yazeed went to meet him and he saw the man spitting in the direction of prayer (al-qiblah).

Abu Yazeed on Leadership: If you have no manners, how can you lead? Read More »

Hadith on Zamzam: Believers drink from the well of Zamzam

Ibn Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, a sign between us and the hypocrites is that they do not drink Zamzam water.”

Hadith on Zamzam: Believers drink from the well of Zamzam Read More »

Hadith on Suicide: Praying over a Muslim who kills himself

Jabir ibn Samurah reported: A man killed himself and the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, did not pray over him. Al-Tirmidhi said, “The people of knowledge disagreed on

Hadith on Suicide: Praying over a Muslim who kills himself Read More »

Hadith on Prayer: Does a woman invalidate a man’s prayer?

Aisha reported: That which invalidates prayer was mentioned in her presence and they said, “Prayer is invalidated by a dog, a donkey, and a woman.” Aisha said, “You have turned

Hadith on Prayer: Does a woman invalidate a man’s prayer? Read More »

Hadith on Qiblah: Changing direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Mecca

Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, used to pray towards the Sacred House in Jerusalem, then it was revealed to him, “We

Hadith on Qiblah: Changing direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Mecca Read More »

Scroll to Top