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Download Islamic English E-Books Holy Qur’an, E-Books, Audios, Videos, Lectures, Nascheeds and much more

The Holy Quran
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The Message of the Qur’anMuhammad Asad download     Qur’an Transliteration download
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The Meaning Of The Holy QuranWith No CommentaryYusuf Ali Translator download     Stories of The QuranIbn Kathir download
Translation of the Meaningsof the Glorious QuranAl-Muntada Alislami Saheeh International download     The Meaning of the Noble Qur’anMufti Taqi Usmani download
The Spiritual CureAn Explanation To Surah Al FatihahTabari, Baghawi, Others download     A Word by Word QuranTranslation Arabic & Englishwww.islamicbulletin.com download
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Meanings of the Holy QuranMarmaduke Pickthall (Translation) download     The Quran – The Miracle of MiraclesAhmed Deedat download
ebook Ulum al Qur’anSciences of the Qur’anAhmad Von Denffer download  ebook   Explanation of Ayat al-Kursiتفسير آية الكرسيSh. Mohammed Saleh Alothaimeen download
ebook The Easy Dictionary of the QuranAbdulKarim Parekh download  ebook   Virtues of the Holy Qur’aanMuhammad Zakariyya download
ebook In the Shade of the Qur’an(15 volumes) Fi Dhilal Al Qur’anSayyid Qutb download  ebook   The Noble Quran SoftwareDr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-HilaliDr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan download
ebook Tafseer Ibn KatheerJuz AmmaImam Ibn Kathir download  ebook   Hundred Great MuslimsKhwaja Jamil Ahmad download
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ebook An Introduction to Koranicand Classical ArabicWheeler M. Thackston download  ebook   The History of the Quranic Textfrom Revelation to CompilationMuhammad Mustafa Al-Azami download
ebook The Islamic View of JesusIbn Kathir download  ebook   Mary The Mother of JesusIn The QuranAhmad Zaki Hammad download
ebook Abraham:The Friend of GodDr. Jerald F. Dirks download  ebook   Ahsan Al-QasasThe story of Prophet YusufShaykh Abdur Raheem download
ebook Tafseer Of Quran FreeIn Sign Language download  ebook   Surat Al Buruj سورة البروج In Sign Language download
ebook Surat Al Naba سورة النبإIn Sign Languagedownload  ebook   Quran Library The Islamic Bulletin download
ebook Commandments by God in QuranNazar Mohammad download
Introduction to Islam
ebook The Purpose Of Life new_iconAudio CD download ebook Understanding Islam and the MuslimsThe Islamic Affairs Department download
ebook A Brief Illustrated Guide ToUnderstanding IslamI. A. Ibrahim download ebook What Everyone Should Knowabout Islam and MuslimsSuzanne Haneef download
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ebook The Purpose Of LifeVideo DVDKhalid Yasin download ebook Biography Of the ProphetMuhammad with AudioMartin Lings & Sean Barrett (narrator) download
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ebook The UnseenMuhammad Mitwaly Ash-Sha’rawy download ebook The Answered SupplicationMuhammad Mitwaly Ash-Sha’rawy download
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ebook The Messenger of Allah,MuhammedMuhammad Mitwaly Ash-Sha’rawy download ebook Jesus: Prophet of IslamMuhammad Ata ur-RahimAnd Ahmad Thomson download
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How I Embraced Islam
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The Prophet Mohammed (pbuh)
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Women in Islam
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Men in Islam
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Companions of the Prophet (Sahabah)
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Ramadan (Fasting)
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Prayer (Salat)
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Hajj (Pilgrimage)
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Zakat (Poor Due)
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Children
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‘The Islamic Bulletin’ Resources
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Other
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The Rites of Hajj, Umrah & Visiting The Prophet’s Mosque (In brief)

The Rites of
Hajj, Umrah & Visiting
The Prophet’s Mosque (In
brief)

Compiled & Translated by:
Mohammad Y.
Al-Ta’ani


Introduction



Significance &
Philosophy of hajj


Upon Whom Is It
Obligatory To Perform Hajj


What are the
Timings of Hajj (Pilgrimage)


Pillars of Hajj


Sequence Of
Rites and Actions For Performing Hajj


Departure From
Home


Ihram at Miqat


Talbiyah


Entering
Masjid-el-Haram


Istlam (Kissing
the Hajr-e-Aswad)


Tawaaf (Circling
of ka’ba)


Nawafal at
Muqam-e-Ibrahim


Sa’ee(Running
between Safa’ and Marwah)


Arriving at Mina


Arriving at
Arafat


Arriving at
Muzdalifah


Departure from
Muzdalifah


Return to Mecca
after the sacrifice and hair cut. Perform
Tawaaf-e-Afaza


Return to Mina
after Tawaf-e-Afaza


Return to Ka’ba
and Farewell



Prohibitions During the
Pilgrimage


Ahsar


Umra


Types of Hajj


Places of Hajj
inside Mecca


Ka’aba



Hajr-e-Aswad (The Black
Stone)


Hateem


Multazam



Rukun-e-Yemeni


Mutaaf


Muqam-e-Ibrahim
(Place of Ibrahim
)


Zumzum



Masjid-el-Haram


Al-Safa and Al-Marwa


Places Outside
of Mecca


Mina


Arafat


Muzdalifah


Muwaqiat


Haram


1. Introduction

Hajj or pilgrimage
to Mecca is one of the five pillars of Islam. Hajj
was made obligatory in the 9th year of Hijra. The
Holy Prophet sent off 300 Muslims under the
leadership of Hazrat Abubakr Siddique (may Allah be
pleased with him) to Mecca so that they could
perform Hajj. That was the year when it was banned
for the Mushrikeen (those who associate partners
with Allah) to enter Ka’ba. It was also made
unlawful to perform Tawaaf (circling of Ka’ba) with
naked body.The following year, 10th Hijra, the Holy Prophet
(peace be upon him) announced a head of time he

himself would perform Hajj that year. He led tens of

thousands of Muslims to Hajj that year and

demonstrated to Muslims how to perform all the rites

and rituals of the Hajj. This Hajj is known in

history as Hajjatul Wida’ or Farewell Pilgrimage

because this proved to be the last Hajj the Holy

Prophet (peace be upon him) performed. At the end of

this farewell pilgrimage, the divine revelation that

had started some 22 years ago came to an end with

the following verse of Surah Al-Maidah:“This day have I completed My commandments for you,

and have brought to its fullness the favor that I

have bestowed upon you, and have chosen Islam as

your religion”.Hajj is an act of worship just like Salat (five

daily prayers) and Sawm (fasting in the month of

Ramadan). Muslims from all over the world gather in

Mecca in the last month of Muslim calendar and

worship Allah. Hajj is a special worship that lasts

for several days. This is an occasion that brings

Muslims of all countries, colors, and races to one

place – the Ka’ba. This is a unique opportunity of

worshipping Allah collectively in a large gathering

at one place.c

2. Significance &
Philosophy of hajj

Every nation and
society has a center of unity where they get
together to worship God. They see prosperity and
culture as relics of unity. People of the society
get to know each other and understand each other’s
difficulties. They form a unified front to remove
these difficulties and achieve their goals. Allah
says in the Holy Quran: “And to every people We
appointed rites of sacrifice, that they might
mention the name of Allah…” (22:34)With this idea, Hajj has been made a pinnacle of

worship in order that Muslims who gather to perform

Hajj can praise their Lord and Master, be thankful

for His blessings, and humbly pray to Him for the

removal of their difficulties. Muslims living in

various parts of the world get to know each other,

lay the foundation of social culture, give advice to

each other, and provide opportunity for collective

struggle.

3. Upon Whom Is It
Obligatory To Perform Hajj

An adult Muslim of a
sane mind, an able body and having means to bear the
expenses must perform this act of worship once in
his/her lifetime. There should be peace on the way
to Mecca and there should be no hindrance or
restriction in traveling to Mecca. Hajj is not
obligatory for children, the sick, and those who are
unable to bear the expenses for Hajj.

4. What are the Timings
of Hajj (Pilgrimage)

There are specific
months for performing the Hajj and are called
“Months of Pilgrimage.” These three Islamic months
are Shawwal, Ze-Qa’d and Dul-Hajj. During these
three “Months of Hajj”, one prepares for the
pilgrimage, attains good morals, and completes other
physical conditions for the pilgrimage. All the
essential duties of the pilgrimage have to be
completed between 8th and the 13th day of Dul-Hajj.
Additional tawaaf (circling around the Ka’ba),
however, may be performed until the end of the month
of Dul-Hajj.

5. Pillars of Hajj

There are three basic
pillars for performing Hajj:1.To enter into state of “Ihram” and have the

intention to perform the pilgrimage.2.To stay at the field of “Arafat” on the

ninth of Dul-Hajj If someone cannot go to the field

of Arafat even for a short time then his/her

pilgrimage will not be complete. He/she has to

perform the pilgrimage again the following year.3.Additional circling of the “Ka’ba” that is

done after the stay at the field of “Arafat” and

performed from the tenth to the end of the month.

6. Sequence of Rites and
Actions for performing Hajj:

A. Departure From Home

A Muslim must be mindful
of his/her duties towards family and fellow human
beings. A Muslim who intends to perform Hajj must
make sure, before departing for Hajj that his family
is provided for during the period he is away for the
Hajj. He should pay up his debt and seek forgiveness
from fellow human being whom he might have caused
harm in the past. He should be diligent in observing
Salat (five daily prayers) and Sawm (fasting) in the
month of Ramadhan as well as carrying out other
religious obligations. He must shun all arrogance
and exhibit a character of modesty and humbleness.
He must not use unlawfully acquired money or
unlawful means to perform Hajj. He should seek
sincere repentance from Allah of all his past sins.
In short, one should depart for Hajj just like one
would wish to depart from this world.One should spend some money in charity as well. A

woman is not allowed to perform Hajj alone and must

be accompanied by an adult Muslim Mahram (father,

husband, son or brother etc.)One should say two Rakat Nafl (supererogatory)

prayer before leaving home for Hajj.

B. Ihram at Miqat

When one reaches “Miqat”
(any one of the appointed places in Mecca where
pilgrims make a vow of pilgrimage) one must perform
ablution or take a bath, use perfume, and put on two
clean, unstitched, preferably white, pieces of
cloth. This pair of clothing is called Ihram. One
sheet should be wrapped around the lower part of the
body and the other sheet around the upper body; the
head should not be covered. Women can perform
pilgrimage in the cloths they are wearing. Under
normal circumstances a woman’s face should not be
covered unless she comes face to face with a
stranger and she has to conceal herself. During the
five days of Hajj, all Muslims engaged in this
worship must remain in this same simple dress. As
soon as a pilgrim puts on Ihram and declares his
intention to perform Hajj, he/she enters into the
state of Ihram and his/her Hajj begins.

C. Talbiyah

After putting on the
Ihram, men and women offer two Raka’ts of Nafl
(supererogatory) prayer followed by recitation of
their “intention” and saying the following words:“Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik; La Shareeka-laka

Labbaik; Innalhamda wan-na’mata-laka wal-mulka

Lashreeka-laka”Translation:“Here I am, O Allah! Here I am in Thy August

presence; there is no associate with Thee, here am

I; surely all praise is Thine and all favors are

Thine and the kingdom is Thine, there is no

associate with Thee.”These words are recited in Arabic and called

“Talbiyah”. These words are an essential part of the

state of Ihram and Ihram will not complete without

reciting these words. After saying Talbiyah pilgrim

is ready to fulfill his obligation of Hajj and is

required to fulfill all the conditions laid down for

Hajj. While one is in the state of Ihram it is

strictly forbidden to engage in foul talk, sexual

conduct, arguments, or enter into a war. Allah says

in the Holy Quran: “ …so whoever determines to

perform the Pilgrimage in these months, should

remember that there is to be no foul talk, nor any

transgression, nor any quarreling during Pilgrimage.

…” (2:198)

D. Entering
Masjid-el-Haram

After reaching Mecca,
one should head straight to Ka’aba that is situated
in bounds of Masjid-el-Haram and perform Tawaaf. It
is said that when one has his/her first glance at
Ka’aba, whatever prayers one makes is granted.

E. Istlam (Kissing the
Hajr-e-Aswad)

The act of kissing the
Hajr-e-Aswad (Black Stone) is called Istlam. While
kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad, ones hands should be on
the wall of the Ka’ba in the same position as when
one performs a Sajdah (prostration) during a prayer.
If it is not possible to kiss the Hajr-e-Aswad, it
is permissible just touch it with a hand and if that
is not possible the just point to the Hajr-e-Aswad
and blow a kiss to it.

F. Tawaaf (Circling of
ka’ba)

After performing Istlam
(kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad) as described above, a
pilgrim should perform Tawaaf of Ka’ba. Tawaaf is
performed by going around Ka’ba seven times keeping
the Ka’ba on left hand side (counter clock-wise).
Istlam should be performed during each circle. It is
also permitted to perform Istlam of Rukun-e-Yemeni
(Pillar of Yemen). The seventh circle ends at the
Hajr-e-Aswad.

G. Nawafal at
Muqam-e-Ibrahim

After completing the
Tawaaf, the pilgrim should move to the
Muqam-e-Ibrahim (Place of Ibrahim. At this place one
should offer two Rakats of prayer while facing
Ka’ba.

H. Sa’ee (Running
between Safa’ and Marwah)

Allah the Exalted has
said the Holy Quran:“Surely, Al-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the Signs

of Allah. It is, therefore, no sin for him who is on

pilgrimage to the House, or performs Umra, to go

round the two. And whoso does good beyond what is

obligatory, surely then, Allah is Appreciating,

All-Knowing.” (2:159)After praying two Rakats of prayer at

Muqam-e-Ibrahim, the pilgrim then moves to “Safa”.

At this place, he should face towards Ka’ba and

recite Durood, Takbir and Talbiyah. The he should

walk briskly towards Marwah and recite the same at

Marwah. This counts as one circuit. Now one should

move to Safa’ and repeat the prayers. One should

complete seven circuits between Safa’ and Marwah.

These circuits are called Sa’ee.After performing the circuits between Safa’ and

Marwah, one is free to move about and go to a

resting place.

I. Arriving at Mina

On 8th day of Dul-Hajj
the pilgrims reach at Mina early in the morning
after performing Tawaaf-Qudoom. A pilgrim offers
Duhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha’ prayers at Mina and
camp there for the night.

J. Arriving at Arafat

On 9th day of Dul-Hajj,
after offering Fajr prayer, a pilgrim should move to
Arafat. Stay at Arafat is called Waqoof and is the
most important part of Hajj. Without this, Hajj
cannot be considered complete. If someone misses
Waqoof, he should perform Hajj the following year.
One listens to the sermon at the plane of Arafat and
offers combined Zuhr and Asr prayers. One should
stay at Arafat till sunset (Maghrib).

K. Arriving at
Muzdalifah

One leaves Arafat after
sunset and reaches Muzdalifah in the evening of 9th
Dul-Hajj. Combined Maghrib and Isha’ prayers are
offered at Muzdalifah. The pilgrims spend the night
at Muzdalifah.

L. Departure from
Muzdalifah

On the 10th day of
Dul-Hajj the pilgrims offer their Fajr prayer as
early in the morning as possible. After the Fajr
prayer a pilgrim leaves Muzdalifah and arrive at
Mina. On the way to Mina one should pick up seventy
small stones. As soon as he reaches Mina, he should
cast seven stones at Jumrah-tul-Aqba. This act of
throwing stones is called Rami. With the throwing of
the first stone the requirement to repeatedly recite
Talbiyah is lifted. If the pilgrim intends to
sacrifice an animal then he should do that after
casting stones ad Jumrah-tul-Aqba. After offering
the sacrifices a male pilgrim should have his head
shaven and female pilgrims are required to cut a
small part of her hair. Femle pilgrims are not
permitted to have their heads shaven. After the hair
cut one can remove the Ihram and may now wear
regular cloths.

M. Return to Mecca after
sacrifice and hair cut. Perform Taawaf-e-Afaza

After the removal of
Ihram the pilgrim is required to return to Mecca to
perform another circuit of the Ka’ba. This
particular circuit is called Tawaaf-e-Afaza
(additional circuit) and is an essential part of the
pilgrimage. After this circuit a pilgrim is
permitted to return to normal life and all those
lawful things that were forbidden are now allowed
again.

N. Return to Mina after
Tawaf-e-Afaza

After this additional
circuit, the pilgrim should return to Mina and stay
there for three days. During the stay at Mina on
11th, 12th and 13th day of Dul-Hajj the pilgrim cast
seven stones on each of the Jumrah in the following
order: Jumrah-tul-Oola, Jamrah-tul-Wusta, and
Juramh-tul-Aqba. It is permitted not to cast stones
on the third day.

O. Return to Ka’ba and
Farewell

On the 12th or the 13th
day of Dul-Hajj, the pilgrim returns to the Ka’ba
and perform a final circuit. This circuit is called
Tawaf-al-Sadr or Tawaf-al-Wida (parting or farewell
circuit). After this last circuit, the pilgrim
should drink water from Zumzum, kiss the threshold
of the door of the Ka’ba, and pray to Allah for
forgiveness. He should leave the Ka’ba walking
backwards, looking at it the last time, and saying
farewell.

7. Prohibitions During
the Pilgrimage

It is forbidden to have
a hair cut during Hajj or to wear sewn clothes.
Pilgrims should offer Fidya (redemption) if he has
to wear sewn clothes or have to shave his head due
to illness or lice.

Hunting is forbidden
during the pilgrimage days. If the pilgrim hunts
during these days then he has to offer the sacrifice
of one animal. If he has hunted deer then a lamb
should be sacrificed and of ostrich is hunted then
camel should be sacrificed. If one cannot offer a
sacrifice the he should feed six poor people and if
that is not possible the he should fast for three
days. Allah says in the Holy Quran:

“O ye who believe! Kill
not game while you are in a state of pilgrimage. And
whoso amongst you kills it intentionally, its
compensation is a quadruped like unto that which he
has killed, as determined by two just men from among
you, the dame to be brought as an offering to the
Ka’ba; or as an expiation he shall have to feed a
number of poor persons, or fast an equivalent number
of days, so that he may taste the penalty of his
deed. As for the past, Allah forgives it; but whoso
reverts to it, Allah will punish him for his
offense. And Allah is Mighty, Lord of retribution.

The game of the sea and
the eating thereof have been made lawful for you as
a provision for you and the travelers, but forbidden
to you is the game of land as long as you are in a
state of pilgrimage. And fear Allah to Whom you
shall be gathered.

Allah has made the Ka’ba
the inviolable House as a mean of support and uplift
of mankind, as also the Sacred Month and the
offerings and the animals with collars. That is so
that you may know that Allah knows what is in the
heavens and what is in the earth, and that Allah
knows all things well.

Know that Allah is sever
in punishment and that Allah is also Most Forgiving,
Merciful.” (5:95-98)

If the pilgrim has
sexual intercourse with his/her spouse before the
first Tawaaf the Hajj will become invalid or
unlawful. He/she should continue to perform all the
duties of the pilgrimage but he/she has to perform
pilgrimage again the next year. Moreover he/she has
to sacrifice a camel at Mina to atone the violation.

8.
Ahsari

If some difficulty
arises after entering the state of Ihram for the
Hajj or Umra (i.e., illness, resistance by enemy to
prevent from reaching Mecca) then the sacrifice of
an animal should be offered and the Ihram removed.
We read in the Holy Quran: “ … but if you are kept
back, then make whatever offering is easily
available; and do not shave your heads until the
offering reaches its destination … “ (2:197).

9.
Umra

To simply circuit the
Ka’ba and perform the seven circuits between Safa
and Marwah is called Umra. There is no fixed time
for Umra and it can be performed at any time during
the year except between the 9th and the 13th of
Dul-Hajj (these days are only reserved for the full
pilgrimage or Hajj). Entering into the state of
Ihram and removal of Ihram is carried out in the
same manner as for the full pilgrimage.

10. Types Of Hajj:

There are three types of
Hajj:

a. Hajj Mufrad:

All conditions of the
Hajj Mufrad are same as described above. One enters
into the state of Ihram for Hajj only and no Umra is
performed before Hajj.

b. Hajj Tamattu :

This is Hajj when Umra
is performed before the Hajj. The pilgrim removes
Ihram for Umra on the 8th of Dul Hajj and re-enters
into the state of Ihram again for Hajj.

c. Hajj Qiran:

In this Hajj, the
pilgrim enters into the state of Ihram for both Umra
and the Hajj at one time.

11. Places of Hajj
inside Mecca

A.
Ka’aba:

The focus of the
pilgrimage is Ka’ba which was rebuilt by Prophet
Ibrahim (peace be upon him) some 4000 years ago.
Today, Ka’ba stands in the middle of a large
courtyard of Masjid-el-Haram or the sacred Mosque.
The courtyard of Masjid-el-Haram contains, besides
Ka’ba, the Muqam-e-Ibrahim (place of Ibrahim) and
the fountain of Zumzum.

Ka’ba is the first house
ever that was built for the worship of One and Only
God, Allah. It is also called “Bait-Ullah” (House of
Allah), “Bait-ul-Ateeq” (the Oldest House), and
Baitul Ma’amoor (Inhabited House).

Muslims, all over the
world, face towards Ka’ba to offer their prayers.
This house and the places around it have several
signs that have been manifested by Allah. Every inch
of this land testifies to the fact that Allah never
destroys those who offer sacrifices. To commemorate
Allah’s signs and to enhance their faith that Allah
truly fulfils His promise, Muslims have been ordered
to pay homage to the Ka’ba and these other Signs of
Allah. Allah the Exalted, says in the Holy Quran:

“Surely, the first House
founded for mankind is that at Becca (the valley of
Mecca), abounding in blessings and a guidance for
all peoples. In it are manifest signs; it is the
place of Abraham; and whoso enters it, enters peace”
(3:96-97)

Hadrat Ibrahim (peace be
upon him) laid a foundation stone for a community in
a deserted place by the order of All-Mighty Allah.
The he settled his wife, Hajira, and his son,
Ishmael, at this place. There was no water at this
place and it was not a part of any thoroughfare. The
ultimate goal of this unparalleled sacrifice was
that his place should serve as a center of universal
guidance; that from the progeny of Hadrat Ishmael
living in this area would come the greatest prophet
whose advent marked the sole cause for the creation
of this universe and who would be a mercy for all
mankind. The teaching that he brought down would be
for the entire world and for all times. In spite of
having no sign of any provisions at this place,
Hadrat Ibrahim’s (peace be upon him) expectations
were superceded. Allah made provisions for water at
that place. Slowly the place became populated and
was called Becca or Mecca. This was the place where
Hadrat Ibrahim (peace be upon him) found lost signs
of the first House of Allah that was built for His
worship and re-built this house with the help of his
son. He fervently prayed to Allah to make this house
the “Place for Humanity”.

B. Hajr-e-Aswad (The
Black Stone)

There is a black stone
in the north-eastern corner of the Ka’ba. This stone
is called Hajr-e-Aswad (Black Stone). This stone was
probably part of a meteoroid that fell near Mecca on
a mountain called Abu Qubais. At the time of
construction of Ka’ba, Hadrat Ibrahim brought it
down and placed in the corner of the Ka’ba as a
great sign and a monument. Anyone who performs
pilgrimage is expected to kiss this memorial stone.
This stone is part of Allah’s mark and is a sign of
Him being the Supreme Being. One loves things that
belong to one’s beloved. The same philosophy exists
behind kissing the stone. This stone has no power
and it provides neither benefit nor harm to anyone.

C.
Hateem

A short distance away
from Ka’ba towards North there is an open space.The
place has small walls around it but there is no
ceiling.There is a tradition of the Holy Prophet
(peace be upon him) that suggests that this place
was left without a roof because not enough wood was
available to cover the entire building.A pilgrim
should keep this place inside the Tawaaf but it is
not right to face towards this place when offering
prayers.

D. Multazam

The southern part of the
wall between the door of the Ka’ba and the black
stone is called Multazam. At the completion of the
pilgrimage the pilgrims embrace this part of the
wall. This is one way of saying good-bye and a way
of expression of extreme love for the House of
Allah.

E. Rukun-e-Yemeni

The north-western corner
of the Ka’ba faces towards Yemen and this is why it
is called Rukun-e-Yemeni (Yemen’s Pillar). It is not
appropriate to touch or kiss this part during making
a circuit of the Holy Ka’ba.

F. Mutaaf

There is a circle of
white stone around the Ka’ba. This is the place
where the circuit of the Holy Ka’ba is performed
during the pilgrimage. The circuit of the Holy Ka’ba
is an integral part of the worship offered seven
times during Hajj.

G. Muqam-e-Ibrahim
(Place of Ibrahim)

There is a small
round-shaped building in front of the door of the
Ka’ba and the Multazam. This building has a stone
that was used by Hadrat Ibrahim to stand on to
complete the walls of the Ka’ba. This is called
Muqam-Ibrahim (Place of Ibrahim). After completing
the seventh circuit during the pilgrimage, two
Raka’t of prayer are offered. One gets more
blessings if these Raka’ts are offered at the Place
of Ibrahim.

H. Zumzum

A small well is present
on the left side of the Place of Ibrahim and to the
east of the Ka’ba. This well appeared as a sign when
the child Ishmael rubbed his heels on the ground due
to his thirst. One drinks water from this well
facing the Ka’ba to get blessings.

I. Masjid-el-Haram

Around the Ka’ba is a
mosque that has a rectangular shape with rounded
corners. Pilgrims offer prayers in this mosque by
making circular rows and face towards the Ka’ba.

J. Al-Safa and Al-Marwa

Two small hills in Mecca
were located in the north of Masjid-el-Haram. Now
these hills have been flattened. Hadrat Hajirah ran
seven times between these two hills in search of
food and water. Pilgrims are ordained to follow her
footsteps and go to these hills seven times.

12. Places Outside of
Mecca

A. Mina

There is an open ground
three miles to the east of Mecca called Mina. There
are three stone pillars in this ground that are
called Jumrat representing Satan. These stones are
called Jumrah-tul-Oola, Jumrah-tul-Wusta, and
Jumrah-tul-Aqbah. During the last day of Hajj, the
10th Dul-Hajj and three Tashriq days, pilgrims are
required to cast stones at these Jumrah. This act of
casting stones at Jumrah is called Ramy al-jimar
(throwing small stones). Thousands of animals are
sacrificed on this ground to commemorate the great
sacrifice of Hadrat Ibrahim and Hadrat Ishmael.

B.
Arafat

On the 9th day of Dul
Hajj pilgrims gather in a great ground that is
located about 9 miles to the southeast Mecca. This
ground is called Arafat. Pilgrims stay at this place
from the time of Duhr prayer until Maghrib.
Jabalu-Rahmat is a small hill that also stands on
this ground. A pilgrim is required to stay at this
ground for his/her pilgrimage to be acceptable.

C. Muzdalifah

This ground is located
roughly three miles from Arafat towards Mina. A
small hill Mash’ar-al-Haraam is present in this
field. Pilgrims spend the night of 9ht Dul Hajj in
this field on their way back from Arafat. They offer
Maghrib and Isha prayers combined and then Fajr
prayer on the morning of the 10th day of Dul Hajj at
this place. Pilgrims are commanded to remember Allah
after the Fajr prayer near the mountains of
Mash’ar-ul-Haraam.

D. Muwaqiat

Muwaqiat is the plural
of Miqat. This is the place where pilgrims enter
into the state of Ihram. It is forbidden to go any
further from this place without entering the state
of Ihram. Ihram is not only wearing specific
clothing but it is also a sincere intention to
perform the pilgrimage. There are several placed to
enter into the state of Ihram that are marked as
Miqat depending upon the route taken towards Mecca.
Following are the well-known places where the
Pilgrims enter into the state of Ihram.

a. Mecca

Pilgrims who live in and
around Mecca enter into the state of Ihram in their
homes. People can enter into the state of Ihram
before leaving their homes. It is not absolutely
necessary for “local” pilgrims to enter into the
state of Ihram at the Mawaqit, however, it is
forbidden to proceed any further from these place
without being in the state of Ihram for the people
coming from other locations.

b. Dul-Hulaifah:

Five miles from Madina
towards Mecca is a small village. Pilgrims arriving
from Madina and from its surrounding areas are
required to replace their usual clothes with Ihram
at this place

c. Juhfah

This place located about
forty miles to the south of Mecca. Pilgrims arriving
from Egypt, Syria and Southern Africa are required
to enter into the state of Ihram at this place.

d. Zaat-ul-Irq

Located about thirty
miles from Mecca, the pilgrims coming from Iraq and
by land from the eastern side enter into the state
of Ihram at this place.

e. Qarn-al-Manazil

Located about 40 miles
to the east of Mecca, the Pilgrims arriving from
Yemen and by sea enter into the state of Ihram at
this place.

f. Taneem

This place is near Mecca
and acts as Miqat for people living in Mecca. If
someone is living in Mecca and wants to perform Umra
then he should go to this place, enter into the
state of Ihram and then return to Mecca so that the
condition of traveling for the pilgrims is also
fulfilled. The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) has
said: “Part of the worship of Hajj and Umra is to
travel in the way of Allah and to go out of the
city.”

E. Haram

Mecca and its
surrounding areas are called Haram. Haram has
different boundaries. These boundaries extend to
three miles on one side, seven on the other and nine
miles towards Jedda. Within these boundaries of
Haram it is forbidden to hunt, bother any animal, or
to cut grass or trees. One is permitted to kill
dangerous animals like snakes, scorpions, rats or
animals with rabies (dogs, etc.)

 

The Qunoot Collection

The Qunoot Collection

Dua is one of the strongest weapons of the Believer. This tear-jerking audio set is a collection of Qanoot Dua’s made by various Imams from around the world.

“The Believers, Men and Women, are Supporters and Protectors of one another. They command Al-Ma’ruf and forbid Al-Munkar, they perform Salat and give the Zakat, and Obey Allah and His Messenger. Allah will have his Mercy on them. Surely Allah is All-Mighty, All-Wise.” (At-Taubah: 71)

The Qanoot is recited at times of hardship, difficulties and when the Ummah has been affected by calamities. Usually the Imaam will recite it after the ruku and it is Sunnah for the followers to follow By stretching out their hands in front of their chest (as in dua) praying that Allah (SWT) alleviate the calamities from the Muslims.

The current Crusade against the Muslims is evidently clear from the atrocities committed against them in Iraq, Palestine, Kashmir and Chechnya.

Direct Downloads:

The Qunoot Collection CD 1

The Qunoot Collection CD 2

The Qunoot Collection CD 3

The Qunoot Collection CD 4

Qunoot e Naazilah – Bonus

Islam For Children

Islam For Children

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful
I never saw anyone who was more compassionate towards
children than Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon
him). His son Ibrahim was in the care of a wet nurse in the
hills around Madinah. He would go there, and we would go
with him, and he would enter the house, pick up his son and
kiss him, then come back. [Muslim]

Nurturing Eeman in Children

By: Dr. Aisha Hamdan. A plethora of parenting books on the market these
days covers every aspect of dealing with your children. From
the terrible twos to the troublesome teens, you will have no
problem finding multitudes of books claiming to point you in
the right direction when it comes to raising your children.
Whether you’re aiming to raise a baby Einstein, or just
looking for some hints on how to handle an unruly tyke or
teen, you will no doubt find plenty of advice. Nurturing
Eeman in Children, however, addresses an aspect of
child-rearing that is vitally important, and is not touched
upon in the mainstream selections that we are so familiar
with. In her book, Dr. Hamdan clearly and in no uncertain
terms explains the importance of instilling in our children
a strong connection to their Creator and a love for the
religion that He has chosen for us and them. From this book,
you will learn the what, why, and the how of raising a
righteous and faithul Muslim child.

 

Day in the Life of a Muslim Child

Abdul Malik Mujahid

This beautiful book describes a day in the life of a
Muslim Child. From waking up to going to bed at night it
goes over all the basic dua’s that should be recited in our
daily lives. It includes dua’s for waking up,
leaving/entering the restroom, before/after eating and those
needed through out the day. The whole book is told from
Ukasha’s point-of-view in a story like manner.

Abu Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah

Abdul Basit Ahmad

The Prophet Muhammad (S) publicly named ten men who he
himself guaranteed would be in Paradise in the hereafter.
One of these fortunate men was Abu ‘Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah
(R). He was one of amongst who accept Islam in its early
days in Makkah. He took part in the migrations to Ethiopia
and Al-Madinah, for the sake of preserving his faith. He
fought in all the major battles of Islam and spent most of
his life as a soldier fighting for the cause of Islam. He
even killed his own father in battle when his father vowed
to slay him for accepting Islam. Praising his character, the
Prophet(S) said: “Every Ummah has a trustworthy man; Abu ‘Ubaidah
is the trustworthy man of this Ummah.”

Khabbab bin Al-Aratt

Abdul Basit Ahmad

Many Muslims who were weak and enslaved suffered inhumane
persecutions in the early days of Islam. Yet, they remained
steadfast and brave in their belief in Islam and support of
Prophet Muhammad (S). Khabbab bin Al-Aratt (R) was one of
these oppressed believers who had no hope of protection or
safety except for their strong belief in Allah’s salvation.
Khabbab (R) rose from the degrading life of slavery to
become a teacher of Allah’s revelation and a warrior in the
cause of Allah’s religion.

Child Education in Islam

Abdullah Nasih Ulwan

This book outlines the basic Islamic concepts in child
education. The author has tried to coordiante the main
ideas, as well as the basics precepts for raising Muslim
children in all the different spheres of life. First of all,
the importance of correct belief and faith cannot be
inculcated in young children except through the teaching and
example of their parents; and obviously, the role of the
mature and religious mother is foremost. This state of
harmony can only be achieved when matrimonial relations are
relatively stable. Care is to be taken in providing young
children with all the necessary elements in the fields of
ethical, physical and psychological education. This cannot
be overemphasized. It is established that the common
ailments of human societies, personal as well as social,
find their remedy in monotheism and justice. Therefore,
emphasis on these two moral principles is essential. Muslim
children must develop a clear understanding of the concept
of the oneness of Allah, mainly through the performance of
devotional acts of worship, to Him, and through developing a
sense of justice in all personnel and social dealings. The
author has briefly outlined these glorious concepts in this
book. Through his deep understanding of Islam, and his
eminent conviction and personal adherence to its glorious
principles, he introduces this book to the readers, with all
practical instructions, with the intention of helping to
build up a Muslim nation, worthily to uphold the honorable
tenets of the Glorious Qur’an and Sunnah.

Our Children and Prayer

From Preface, ‘….tackling two most important things, (1)Prayer as the
most fundamental pillar of religion (Islam) (2) Children,
who are the dearest to us.’

Arabic Without Tears

Arabic Without Tears is a colorful new series designed to teach Arabic
in a lively interactive manner to younger learners. It is
intended for use by parents or teachers working closely with
their children or pupils. This first book aims to teach the
Arabic alphabet in its basic form through simple written
exercises supported by the clear, arrowed diagrams over
which the child can trace, thus encouraging him or her to
develop confidence and independence in writing the isolate
letters. Numerous exercises are included to reinforce letter
recognition, alphabetical sequencing and writing practice.

First Thousand Words in Arabic

* Busy scenes with 1000 small pictures labelled in Arabic * Arabic
words also written in Roman letters * Easy-to-use
pronunciation guide * Simple explanation of Arabic alphabet

 

The First Caliph of Islam – Abu Bakr
As-Siddiq

By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. Most people have a best friend who
they favor amongst all of the people, The best friend of
Prophet Muhammad (saw) was Abu Bakr As-Siddiq (ra) . He was
the only person, other than the “Prophet’s Own wife, who
accepted Islam immediately and believed in Muhammad (saw)
from the first movement that he announced his Prophet hood.
Abu Bakr (ra) always remained at the Prophet’s side and he
had no reservations about spending his wealth for the sake
of Islam and the Muslims. The Prophet’s Companions all
recognized his superiority, yet he always remained humble
and sincere towards all. This is the story of Abu Bakar (ra)
and his rise to leadership of the Muslim Ummah.

Uthman bin Affan: The Third Caliph of
Islam

By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. Uthman bin Affan was one of the early
men who accepted Islam in Makkah. From the first moment he
became a Muslim, he put all his wealth under the service of
Islam. He spent most of his resources to satisfy the needs
of poor Muslims. Recognizing his generosity and devotion to
Islam, the Prophet (pbuh) told him that his place would be
in Paradise on the Hereafter. He married Ruqayah (pbuh), the
Prophet’s daughter. After she died, he married her sister Um
Kulthum for that, the people at that time called him Dhun
Nurain, “The Man with the Two Lights.”

Bilal bin Rabah: The Mu’adhdhin
(Caller to Prayer)

By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. A few people stand in the face of
tyranny with endurance when they believe in the true and
eternal message of Islam. This book sheds light on the life
and struggle of the greatest example of endurance. Bilal bin
Rabah whom Islam changed from a weak slave to a great hero,
stood firm in the face of oppression and hence taught
generations to come how a Muslim should act when his Faith
is challenged. He was the only Mu’adhdhin (caller to prayer)
during the lifetime of the Prophet*. His emblem all his life
was `Allah is One, Alldh is One.’

Children around The Prophet

Dr. Hesham Al-Awadi was born in Kuwait and educated in the United
Kingdom. He completed his BA, MA, MPhil and PhD. in the
field of Middle Eastern Politics and History, in various
British universities including the University of Cambridge.
He also has a Diploma in Islamic Studies from the Institute
of Islamic Studies, Cairo. He is an author of numerous books
and is a lecturer of Middle Eastern History at the Institute
of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, UK.

The Guidance of Our Children

By Mohammad Elshinawy. Our children are our best investment for the
future of Islam – we need as Muslims to start taking this
Amanah (trust) seriously and take responsibility through
action.

All of you are shepherds, and each one is responsible for
his flock. A leader of people is a shepherd and responsible
for them. A man is like a shepherd over his family, and he
is responsible for his flock. A woman is like a shepherd
over her husband’s house and children, and she is
responsible for them. And a slave is a guardian of his
master’s property and is responsible for it. So all of you
are guardians and are responsible for your
charges.”(Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

 

Audio Quran Stories for Children: (Arabic+English)

Especially told for young children, these captivating stories of the
messengers of Allah will help you and your family to learn
and grow together. Whether you listen to them in the car or
around the kitchen counter, you can be sure the adult and
child alike will be riveted and enlightened! These stories
are based on authentic sources from the Quran and Hadith.

 

Stories of the Caliphs

STORIES OF THE CALIPHS: These stories tell us about the inspiring lives
of those rulers who came immediately after the Prophet. The
Caliphs knew they had to be humble servants of the people if
they were to keep them under the rule of the One God

Miscellaneous

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

iQuran

iQuran offers its users the Complete Quran in Arabic along
with its various translations. Richly featured and fully
interactive! Specially designed to allow easy reading with
easy scrolling, iPhone style. With excellent built-in audio
capabilities, iQuran utilizes these to provide a very
satisfying recitation playback experience, excellent
navigation and fast scrolling support with verse for verse
recitation along with auto-scrolling and verse highlighting.
Get it now on iPhone and iPod Touch for FREE Tested on
iPhone with firmware 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and 1.1.4

Download and installation Instructions You will need a
Jail-broken iPhone You will need to install the BSD
Subsystem Package from Installer.app (AppTapp – once it’s
installed) Download the AppTapp Installer.app and follow the
instructions to copy Installer.app onto your iPhone. Next,
run Installer.app on your iPhone Find and install the BSD
Subsystem package Select ‘Sources’, press ‘Edit’, then
‘Add’, and type in http://www.guidedways.com/iphone Accept
the installer message and it will show ‘Guided Ways
Repository’ on the sources list (if it doesn’t, click on
‘sources’ again). Select ‘Install’. You should now see ‘*
Guided Ways *’ in the Category list (restart install.app if
it doesn’t). Select the category and then select ‘iQuran’
from the list Click ‘install’ ADVANCED USERS: Download the
Zip file from below. If ssh has already been installed on
your iPhone, scp iQuran.app to /Applications/


Courtesy of Guided Ways

iPray

Yes it’s here! The long awaited iPray native Prayer Times,
Athan/Azan and Qibla direction software for iPhones and iPod
touch (previously known as iAthan). Get daily prayer (salat/salah/namaz)
timings for your local city along with Qibla direction,
distance and athan (azaan/azan) now on iPhone and iPod
Touch!

Download and Installation Instructions: You will need a
Jail-broken iPhone. Jailbreaking is not the same as
Unlocking. Jailbreaking simply allows one to have full
access to the iPhone including installing 3rd Party Apps.
Download the AppTapp Installer.app and follow the
instructions to copy Installer.app onto your iPhone. Next,
run Installer.app on your iPhone Select ‘Sources’, press
‘Edit’, then ‘Add’, and type in http://www.guidedways.com/iphone
Accept the installer message and it will show ‘Guided Ways
Repository’ on the sources list (if it doesn’t, click on
‘sources’ again). Select ‘Install’. You should now see ‘*
Guided Ways *’ in the Category list (restart install.app if
it doesn’t). Select the category and then select ‘iPray’
from the list Click ‘install’ ADVANCED USERS: Download the
Zip file from below. If ssh has already been installed on
your iPhone, scp iPray.app to /Applications/


Courtesy of Guided Ways


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No Beats Necessary – Open Your Eyes

Takbir Productions in conjunction with nbn (nobeatsnecessary)
are excited to announce the release of the newly produced
album ‘Open Your Eyes’. The album launched on the 21st of
March at the Annual Australian Islamic Conference, organized
by Mercy Mission. The album features eight digitally
mastered music/beat-free tracks promoting Islamic themes.
Titles included on the album are: “Sent To Mankind”, “How
Can You Deny?”, “Hypocritical”, “Mother”, “Wake Up”, “Hold
On”, “When You Pray”, “Sinful Slave”

Allah Knows | Zain Bhikha

A CD for the young (and the young at heart). ‘Allah Knows’
features the musical talents of Dawud Wharnsby Ali, Abdul-Malik
Ahmad and Rashid Bhikha, in addition to introducing Naadira
Alli and the young Muhammad Bhikha who makes his first
recording debut on this album.

1415 The Beginning | Zain Bhikha

1415 The Beginning pays true homage to when Zain Bhikha
began recording in 1994/1415 AH. 2009 marks fifteen years
since he officially released his first independent debut
album “A Way of Life”. The release of 1415 pays tribute to
his beginnings with 12 emotionally driven tracks including
‘Mum and Dad’

Iraq Nasheed Collection

Iraq Nasheed Collection is an instant classic comprising of 4 CDs of
the best nasheeds about Iraq available

CD 1

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[01] Sa ‘ati

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[02] Azmee Wa Sayfee

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[03] Aqd Al Azam

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[04] 5thoo mnee foady

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[05] Wa La Yan

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[06] Yebgha Ash hahada

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[07] Idhrib Ya Asad Al Fallujah

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[08] Ya Tana fasu

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[09] Le Kulli Jesh

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[10] Zan Zirun

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[11] Innal Jihadu Was Sabeelu

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[12] Ikhwati Ikhwatal Kafa

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[13] Annat Suyoof – Swords of Revenge

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[14] Qom 1

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[15] Jwaad Al fajr

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[16] Hardhaina

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[17] Dam Dim

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[18] Sabran Sabran Ya Baghdad

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[19] Falal Joodu

CD2 – Ardh Ul Izzah

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[01] Ummi Laa Tahzani

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[02] Li Maa Tal Huznu

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[03] Marhaban Bil Maut

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[04] Hubul

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[05] Kayfa Halat

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[06] Allah Allah Allah Hu Akbar

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[07] Ya La La Ya La Laa Li

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[08] Sanakhudhu

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[09] Jurhun Jadeedun

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[10] Ibnil Islam

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[11] Memories from the Battlefield

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[12] Wal Aydu

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[13] Aseerun

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[14] La Budda An Yu Baada

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[15] Tamooh

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[16] Adha Nul Fajru

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[17] La ta Dhallah


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CD3 – Bilaad Ur Raafidhayn

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[01] Udna Nu Labi

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[02] Kunna Jibalan

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[03] Haya Oqtalooni

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[04] Jal Jalat

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[05] Sulat Suyoof

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[06] No Kibuzooraa

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[07] Abadan in Naheed

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[08] Makana

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[09] Usood Al Harb

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[10] Baareq El Nasr

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[11] Ayuhal Ahbaab

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[12] Akbil YA Mujahid

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[13] Jihad Wal Fida

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[14] Hey Yish Shaheed

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[15] Siwa Fee Owda Til Aqsa

CD4 – Unknown Album

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[01] La Tahzanoo Ya Ikhwati

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[02] Bi Islamil Karamah

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[03] Shuhadaa Manzilatan

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[04] Sumoudan

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[05] Allah Hu Akbar Ya Aqsa

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[06] Ya Muslim Ala Deenak

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[07] Thoori Qatil Ya Mujahid

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[08] 3ad_alttar

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[09] Al Aan – Now

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[10] Sawfa Amdhi

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[11] Na3am Usaamah

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[12] Ummati Hallaki Baynal Ummami

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[13] Unadoonal Maniyyata

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[14] Sairoona Sairoon

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[15] U’wadi Ukum

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[16] Shaheed – Allah Allah

 

Palestinian Nasheed Collection

A collection of the best Palestinian Nasheeds available. O Martyrs of
Palestine While we shed tears in the worship of Allah, you
shed blood, In life, tyranny and oppression is what you
suffered, In Jannah, suffer you shall not, For Gardens of
eternal pleasure await you. The enemies of the believers may
wish to change this struggle into an economic, political or
racial struggle so that the believers become confused
concerning the true nature of the struggle and (hope) the
flame of Imaan (faith) in the hearts become extinguished.
The Believers must not be decieved and must understand that
this is a trick. The enemy, by changing the nature of the
struggle, intends to deprive them of their weapons of true
victory – victory which may take any form: * Be it the
victory of the freedom of spirit, as was the case of the
Believers in Surah al-Buruj (Makers of the Pit) * Or
dominance in the world as a consequence of the freedom of
spirit, as happened in the case of the first generation of
Muslims.’ Syed Qutb (in his magnum opus – Milestones)

CD 1 – Lions Of Palestine

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CD 2 – Masjid Al-Aqsa

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CD 3 – Living Martyrs

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CD 4 – Palestinian Revolution

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Urdu Nasheed Collection

This 4 CD Audio Set Contains The Best Urdu and Punjabi Nasheeds
Available. 2 years In Pre-Production, These Nasheeds Have
Been Digitally Remastered. Further Comments: Since 1947,
Kashmir has been under Indian occupation. This has resulted
in the most brutal conditions under which Kashmiri Muslims
have lived. Barbaric acts of savagery and murder are a norm
in these valley’s ‘Urdu Nasheed Collection’ seeks to
preserve the nasheeds and poems that have resulted from
these oppressive conditions

Urdu Collection CD 1

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Hasanat

Ahmed Bukhatir was born in Sharjah in the UAE, where he still lives. He
graduated in 1999 from Al-Ain University achieving a
bachelor degree in Management Information Systems.

Ahmad Bukhatir started singing in 1989 and his albums
reached a wide fan base within a short period of time. His
first solo album was released in November 2001 and since
then he has built on his success through various concerts
and festivals.

Ahmed Bukhatir is hugely popular in the Gulf area and the
Arab world. Ahmed seeks to spread Islamic thoughts to the
entire world through his performance of nasheeds, producing
a unique blend of words and melody.

Fartaqi

Samtan

Da’ani

 

Uthman bin Affan: The Third Caliph of
Islam

By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. Uthman bin Affan was one of the early
men who accepted Islam in Makkah. From the first moment he
became a Muslim, he put all his wealth under the service of
Islam. He spent most of his resources to satisfy the needs
of poor Muslims. Recognizing his generosity and devotion to
Islam, the Prophet (pbuh) told him that his place would be
in Paradise on the Hereafter. He married Ruqayah (pbuh), the
Prophet’s daughter. After she died, he married her sister Um
Kulthum for that, the people at that time called him Dhun
Nurain, “The Man with the Two Lights.”

Bilal bin Rabah: The Mu’adhdhin
(Caller to Prayer)

By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. A few people stand in the face of
tyranny with endurance when they believe in the true and
eternal message of Islam. This book sheds light on the life
and struggle of the greatest example of endurance. Bilal bin
Rabah whom Islam changed from a weak slave to a great hero,
stood firm in the face of oppression and hence taught
generations to come how a Muslim should act when his Faith
is challenged. He was the only Mu’adhdhin (caller to prayer)
during the lifetime of the Prophet*. His emblem all his life
was `Allah is One, Alldh is One.’

The Alim 6.0

The Alim is a unique and exciting educational software product that
makes learning about Islam fun and interesting for the whole
family! Experience the wonder of the Quran and Hadith
without spending hours poring through thousands of pages in
dozens of books. Quickly go to any book, any subject, any
page in seconds and with only a few mouse clicks. Search for
any word, phrase, person, hadith narrator, subject, or idea
and acquire Islamic knowledge easily. The Alim is an
indispensable tool that no Muslim family should be without.

Instructions to download: This program is a nrg file so once
downloaded you will need to burn it on cd as an image using
Nero and then install it on your computer with the cd.

 

Benefit of the Day Magazine

And ‘Abdullah bin al-Mubarak recorded in az-Zuhd [p. 51]
that al-Hassan al-Basri said, “I saw those people [the salaf]
and how they were more careful about their time than about
their Dirhams and Dinars [i.e. their money].”

So we Muslims live in an age where our time is discarded
thoughtlessly, when time is, in fact, the currency with
which we buy safety and bliss in the Hereafter. We, the
sisters of Dar at-Tibyan, in the effort to benefit from our
time, increase our good deeds, and recommend one another to
the Truth and to patience, present our brothers and sisters
in Islam with a book of short, beneficial lessons and
reminders – one for each day in the month – which we hope
will add to your knowledge, help you use some of your free
time beneficially, and assist you in your accumulation of
good deeds. We ask Allah to accept this effort from us, to
bless it, and to allow us to continue in what is pleasing to
Him, Amin.


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The Etiquettes Of Hijab

Sheikh Feiz Muhammad

Sheikh Feiz explains the etiquettes of the true Islamic Hijaab. Allah  says, “And tell the believing women to reduce [some] of their vision and  guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that  which [necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] their  headcovers over their chests and not expose their adornment… [24: 31]

Direct Downloads:

Part  1Part 2 | Part  3

Pray As You Have Seen Me Pray

Pray As You Have Seen Me Pray is a documentary style educational film  that teaches you the basics of prayer. It contains the following:  The Night Journey (Isra’ wal-Mi’raj) The story of the Miraculous Night  Journey in which the prayer was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)  from Allah (swt).  General Hygiene (Taharah) Muhammad (pbuh) said that cleanliness is one  half of faith.  The Ablution (Wudu) A prerequisite of prayer is washing the parts of the  body as ordered by Allah (swt) and taught by the Prophet Muhammad  (pbuh).  Dry Ablution (Tayammum) If water is not available then one may perform a  dry ablution.  Bathing (Ghusl) Bathing is required in the manner taught by Muhammad  (pbuh) in certain circumstances.  The Prayer (As-Salah) All one needs to know about the prayer including:  The importance of prayer, leaving the prayer, prerequisites of prayer, a  detailed two units (Rak’at) of prayer, a step by step guide to  performing three & four units of prayer and general points about  Prayer.  Medical Benefits of Prayer & Ablution The medical world is  continuously finding amazing benefits from performing prayer and  ablution – Praise be to Allah (swt) the Creator of all that exists.

Direct Download:

Download [279 MB] | All Videos  Player


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Story of Prophet Abraham

Scene from the video: The disbelievers cried out “BURN HIM! BURN
HIM!”… But Prophet Abraham remained patient and put his
trust in God. The townspeople gathered all the wood they
could find and started to build a huge fire, so high that
even the birds could not fly over it and the people who
helped build the fire got burnt from the heat… Find out
what happens next in this DVD film as the true story of
Prophet Abraham (AS) unfolds… Suitable for children of all
ages. Features: – Quiztime with Zaky & Did you know? – Video
clip & songs by Zain Bhikha & Dawud Wharnsby – Greatly
improved quality of animation

 

Muhammad The Last Prophet

Muhammad The Last Prophet Cartoon DVD Muhammad the last prophet is an
animated production of the early days of Islam. This cartoon
film aims to introduce Islam and the last and final Prophet
Muhhamad (PBUH) to children and adults alike. There is a
choice of screen language of English and Arabic. Subtitles
are similarly available in arabic and english. The prophet
is not personified in any way or form. Muhammad the last
prophet cartoon is the story of Islam and is a must see for
all faiths. This DVD would make a great gift. The DVD also
comes with an audio CD which has nasheeds or Islamic songs
praising the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and sung by the likes
of Yusuf ISlam, Aashiq Al Rasul, Hamza Robertson, Dawud
wharnsby Ali, Mesut Kurtis, NAtive Deen, Zain Bhikha and
others. A joint production between richcrest animation and
badr international.

 

The Boy and the King – The Legend of
Obaid

The epic animation that has captured the hearts of thousands of Muslims
of all ages! It’s the story of Sultan Muhammad II – one of
history’s great young leaders. He was a scientist with a
passion for learning, a just leader who welcomed people of
other religions, a brillian millitary strategist and a
patron of the arts. At the age of 21, with his faith and
brains, he lead the Muslims and freed Constantinople.

The Lion of Ain-Jaloot

Taking you back in history to the 13th century, this remarkable true
story recounts the saga of one man and one nation … all that
overcame staggering odds to render a permanent mark both in
the history of the world and the hearts of mankind! The
story takes place in the Near East, where the notorious
Mongol warriors threatened the peaceful Muslim Empire.
Amidst the menacing threat, a legend that came to be known
as Seifuddin Qutoz was born. Royal at birth, he was captured
in route to safe harbor from the brutal Mongols. From the
shackles of slavery, Qutoz emerged as Commander of the
Muslim army that confronted the advancing Mongol warriors.
The story culminates with the legendary battle in the
Palestinian city of AinJaloot in 1260 AD. Suitable for all
the family.

 

Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih

The epic animation that has captured the hearts of thousands of Muslims
of all ages! It’s the story of Sultan Muhammad II – one of
history’s great young leaders. He was a scientist with a
passion for learning, a just leader who welcomed people of
other religions, a brillian millitary strategist and a
patron of the arts. At the age of 21, with his faith and
brains, he lead the Muslims and freed Constantinople.

Tareq Bin Zeyad

Muslims have played a vital role in the progress and advancement of
human civilization and culture. Many outstanding Muslims
have made great achievements in different spheres of life.
“The Great Muslims” series has been created with a view to
provide people in all walks of life, but especially the
younger generation, a detailed knowledge of lives,
characters, and achievements of these splendid heroes of
Islam.

Lessons for Young Muslims

01- Tawheed for Children


4 to 7 y.o. – Saleh As-Saleh – 14:30 – 1.66 MB · MP3

02- Tawheed for Children


4 to 7
y.o. – Saleh As-Saleh – 6:33 · 768 KB · MP3

03- Tawheed for Children
– part 1 – Before Hijrah


4 to 7
y.o. – Saleh As-Saleh – 57:08 · 6.54 MB·MP3

04- Tawheed for Children
– part 2 – After Hijrah


4 to 7
y.o. – Saleh As-Saleh – 36:06 · 4.13 MB·MP3

05- Tawheed for Children
– Level Two


Saleh
As-Saleh – 40:54 · 4.68 MB · MP3

06- Review of Tawheed


Saleh
As-Saleh – 9:35 · 1.1 MB · MP3

07- Living Tawheed –
Salaah for Beginners


Saleh
As-Saleh – 33:34 · 3.84 MB · MP3
— NOTE -> in shaa Allaah, older children may
benefit from our


prayer program


Articles for Young Muslims


01 – Tawheed for Children – Level One





Francais




Swedish
— 4 to 7 y.o.



02 – Prophet Huud – ‘alayhis salaam – Level One

– 4 to 7 y.o.


03 – Tawheed for Children – Level Two

– 8 to 12 y.o.


04 – Prophet Huud – ‘alayhis salaam – Level Two

– 8 to 12 y.o.


05 – Prophet Saaleh –
‘alayhis salaam


Biographies of Prophet Muhammad,


sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam


and of his Companion Abu Bakr,


radiya Allaahu ‘anhu


Questions and Answers Format





01- Aromatic Fragrance and Permeating Incense


Saleh As-Saleh – 39:00 · 4.46 MB · MP3





02- Aromatic Fragrance and Permeating Incense


Saleh As-Saleh – 14:07 · 1.62 MB · MP3


03- Aromatic Fragrance and Permeating Incense


Saleh As-Saleh – 43:00 · 4.92 MB · MP3


04- Aromatic Fragrance and Permeating Incense


Saleh As-Saleh – 35:39 · 4.08 MB · MP3
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Topics Related to Children
– FAQ – Clarifications

FAQ – Children – 01-
Ruling on Young Children in the Masjid


Saleh As-Saleh – 9:53 ·
1.13 MB · MP3

FAQ – Children – 02- Salaah – Are Boys Allowed in the First Rows

Saleh As-Saleh
– 5:15 · 616 KB · MP3

FAQ – Children – 03- Al-‘Aqeeqah
– Sacrifice Offered When a Child is Born

Saleh As-Saleh
– 47:35 · 5.45 MB · MP3

FAQ – Children – 04-
Tahneek for Newborn Child

Saleh
As-Saleh – 4:43 · 553 KB · MP3

FAQ – Children – 05-
Signs of Puberty

Saleh As
Saleh – 1:42 · 200 KB · MP3

 

Miscellaneous

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

iQuran

iQuran offers its users the Complete Quran in Arabic along
with its various translations. Richly featured and fully
interactive! Specially designed to allow easy reading with
easy scrolling, iPhone style. With excellent built-in audio
capabilities, iQuran utilizes these to provide a very
satisfying recitation playback experience, excellent
navigation and fast scrolling support with verse for verse
recitation along with auto-scrolling and verse highlighting.
Get it now on iPhone and iPod Touch for FREE Tested on
iPhone with firmware 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and 1.1.4

Download and installation Instructions You will need a
Jail-broken iPhone You will need to install the BSD
Subsystem Package from Installer.app (AppTapp – once it’s
installed) Download the AppTapp Installer.app and follow the
instructions to copy Installer.app onto your iPhone. Next,
run Installer.app on your iPhone Find and install the BSD
Subsystem package Select ‘Sources’, press ‘Edit’, then
‘Add’, and type in http://www.guidedways.com/iphone Accept
the installer message and it will show ‘Guided Ways
Repository’ on the sources list (if it doesn’t, click on
‘sources’ again). Select ‘Install’. You should now see ‘*
Guided Ways *’ in the Category list (restart install.app if
it doesn’t). Select the category and then select ‘iQuran’
from the list Click ‘install’ ADVANCED USERS: Download the
Zip file from below. If ssh has already been installed on
your iPhone, scp iQuran.app to /Applications/


Courtesy of Guided Ways

iPray

Yes it’s here! The long awaited iPray native Prayer Times,
Athan/Azan and Qibla direction software for iPhones and iPod
touch (previously known as iAthan). Get daily prayer (salat/salah/namaz)
timings for your local city along with Qibla direction,
distance and athan (azaan/azan) now on iPhone and iPod
Touch!

Download and Installation Instructions: You will need a
Jail-broken iPhone. Jailbreaking is not the same as
Unlocking. Jailbreaking simply allows one to have full
access to the iPhone including installing 3rd Party Apps.
Download the AppTapp Installer.app and follow the
instructions to copy Installer.app onto your iPhone. Next,
run Installer.app on your iPhone Select ‘Sources’, press
‘Edit’, then ‘Add’, and type in http://www.guidedways.com/iphone
Accept the installer message and it will show ‘Guided Ways
Repository’ on the sources list (if it doesn’t, click on
‘sources’ again). Select ‘Install’. You should now see ‘*
Guided Ways *’ in the Category list (restart install.app if
it doesn’t). Select the category and then select ‘iPray’
from the list Click ‘install’ ADVANCED USERS: Download the
Zip file from below. If ssh has already been installed on
your iPhone, scp iPray.app to /Applications/


Courtesy of Guided Ways


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No Beats Necessary – Open Your Eyes

Takbir Productions in conjunction with nbn (nobeatsnecessary)
are excited to announce the release of the newly produced
album ‘Open Your Eyes’. The album launched on the 21st of
March at the Annual Australian Islamic Conference, organized
by Mercy Mission. The album features eight digitally
mastered music/beat-free tracks promoting Islamic themes.
Titles included on the album are: “Sent To Mankind”, “How
Can You Deny?”, “Hypocritical”, “Mother”, “Wake Up”, “Hold
On”, “When You Pray”, “Sinful Slave”

Allah Knows | Zain Bhikha

A CD for the young (and the young at heart). ‘Allah Knows’
features the musical talents of Dawud Wharnsby Ali, Abdul-Malik
Ahmad and Rashid Bhikha, in addition to introducing Naadira
Alli and the young Muhammad Bhikha who makes his first
recording debut on this album.

1415 The Beginning | Zain Bhikha

1415 The Beginning pays true homage to when Zain Bhikha
began recording in 1994/1415 AH. 2009 marks fifteen years
since he officially released his first independent debut
album “A Way of Life”. The release of 1415 pays tribute to
his beginnings with 12 emotionally driven tracks including
‘Mum and Dad’

Iraq Nasheed Collection

Iraq Nasheed Collection is an instant classic comprising of 4 CDs of
the best nasheeds about Iraq available

CD 1

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[01] Sa ‘ati

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[02] Azmee Wa Sayfee

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[03] Aqd Al Azam

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[04] 5thoo mnee foady

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[05] Wa La Yan

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[06] Yebgha Ash hahada

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[07] Idhrib Ya Asad Al Fallujah

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[08] Ya Tana fasu

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[09] Le Kulli Jesh

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[10] Zan Zirun

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[11] Innal Jihadu Was Sabeelu

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[12] Ikhwati Ikhwatal Kafa

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[13] Annat Suyoof – Swords of Revenge

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[14] Qom 1

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[15] Jwaad Al fajr

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[16] Hardhaina

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[17] Dam Dim

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[18] Sabran Sabran Ya Baghdad

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[19] Falal Joodu

CD2 – Ardh Ul Izzah

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[01] Ummi Laa Tahzani

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[02] Li Maa Tal Huznu

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[03] Marhaban Bil Maut

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[04] Hubul

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[05] Kayfa Halat

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[06] Allah Allah Allah Hu Akbar

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[07] Ya La La Ya La Laa Li

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[08] Sanakhudhu

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[09] Jurhun Jadeedun

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[10] Ibnil Islam

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[11] Memories from the Battlefield

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[12] Wal Aydu

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[13] Aseerun

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[14] La Budda An Yu Baada

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[15] Tamooh

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[16] Adha Nul Fajru

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[17] La ta Dhallah


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CD3 – Bilaad Ur Raafidhayn

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[01] Udna Nu Labi

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[02] Kunna Jibalan

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[03] Haya Oqtalooni

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[04] Jal Jalat

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[05] Sulat Suyoof

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[06] No Kibuzooraa

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[07] Abadan in Naheed

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[08] Makana

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[09] Usood Al Harb

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[10] Baareq El Nasr

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[11] Ayuhal Ahbaab

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[12] Akbil YA Mujahid

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[13] Jihad Wal Fida

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