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What is Shariat?

The whole combination of the teaching imposed by Islam regarding Quran & Sunnah is known as "SHARIAT". Extra terrestrial
In Shariat there are two sets of acts included which are: "A maal-e-Zaahiri" and “A maal-e-Baatini".

What is Tareeqat?

The hidden inner path or inner body of Shariat is known as "TAREEQAT".

What is A Maal-e-Zaahiri & A Maal-e-Baatini”?

The complying of divine worship and moral privileges prescribed according to the law of Islam as render to its dues is known as" A maal-e-zaahiri" , while the branch which deals with A Maal-e-Baatini is called as " Tassawuf ". The ways or methods of acquiring the knowledge of A Maal-e-Baatini is known as "Tareeqat". The recognition of that which is beneficial and harmful to the Nafs is also known as "A Maal-e-Baatini".

Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:52


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The true life is the one lived at the spiritual level. Those whose hearts are alive, conquering the past and the future, cannot be contained by time. Such people are never excessively distressed by sorrows of the past or anxieties…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:47

Wiping over Clean, Indoor Boots (Khuffayn)

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While performing wudu', one can wipe over (the top of) their clean, indoor boots once with wet hands instead of washing the feet. Boots should be waterproof and cover the whole foot up to (and including) the ankles. They must…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:46

Wudu’ (Ablution)

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Wudu' involves washing with water at least once the usually exposed bodily parts, namely, the face, hands and arms up to (and including) the elbows, and feet, and wiping one-quarter of the head. It is obligatory for any obligatory or…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:44

Tayammum (Ablution with Clean Soil)

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When a person is too sick to use water or none is around when it is time to pray, he or she can perform tayammum in place of wudu' and ghusl. The requirements are as follows: Intending to perform tayammum…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:35

Istihadha (Non-menstrual Vaginal Bleeding)

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In some women, bleeding never stops; in others, it continues for longer than normal. This blood is called istihadha. Likewise, any blood coming before puberty and after menopause is also considered istihadha. A woman with this condition should calculate when…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:33

Ghusl (Major Ablution)

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Ghusl means major canonical ablution or a complete washing of the body. It becomes obligatory after sexual intercourse, even if only the head of the penis disappears into the vagina. Any discharge of semen, and the completion of menses and…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:31

Menstruation and Post-childbirth Bleeding

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Menstruation is a natural type of blood that flows at regular intervals from a woman's uterus after puberty. God has laid down certain rules in connection with this, as a concession to the woman, in consideration of her condition. Menstruation…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:28

Acts That Correspond to Human Nature

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 God has chosen certain acts for all of His Prophets and their followers to perform. These acts, are known as sunan al-fitra (acts required by human nature), are as follows: Circumcision This prevents dirt from getting on one's penis and…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:22

Useful Points about Purification

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If an unknown liquid falls on a person, there is no need to ask about it or to wash one's clothes. If a person finds something moist on his or her body or clothes at night and does not know…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:19

The Ways of Purification

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Purifying the body and clothes. If these are contaminated, they must be washed with water until no impurity remains. This is especially so if the impurity is visible, such as blood. If some stains remain after washing, such as those…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:18

Types of Impurities

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Najasa refers to impure substances that Muslims must avoid and wash off after coming into contact with them. God says: Purify your raiment (74:4) and: God loves those who repent and who purify themselves (2:222). Animals that died naturally (e.g.,…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 12:12

The Purity of Water

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Pure water is used essentially in matters of purification or wudu' (minor ablution) and ghusl (major ablution). Hence the necessity to investigate water's purity. Water has four essential attributes: smell, color, taste, and fluidity. Any pure and purifying water is…
Saturday, 17 May 2014 00:00

Who Created Allah (God)?

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People with no inner spiritual life sometimes ask: If God created everything, who created God? The Prophet said that some people would ask this very question: "A day will certainly come when some people will sit with their legs crossed…
Saturday, 19 April 2014 16:03

How He was deeply loved by his Companions

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He was deeply loved by his Companions, as evidenced by this historical episode: A group from the Adal and al-Qarah tribes, who were apparently from the same ancestral stock as the Quraysh and who lived near Makka, came to the…
Saturday, 19 April 2014 15:56

The difference between a Prophet and a philosopher

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The following account shows the indelible mark that God's Messenger has imprinted on people of every age: One of Ibn Sina's students told Ibn Sina that his extraordinary understanding and intelligence would cause people to gather around him if he…
Saturday, 19 April 2014 00:00

Do not lose hope of the Mercy of Allah!

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Feeling down in the dumps, depressed, having the blues… These are just some of the terms used to describe a feeling of hopelessness and despair that can hit even the most positive of us at some point in our lives.…
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