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Women's prayer according to Qur'an and Sunnah
 
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Click here for "Men's prayer according to Qur'an and Sunnah": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq5Nv2-ZKXA Click here to download the video and distribute freely: http://www.4shared.com/video/8nJBtuEW/Womens_prayer.html Click here to watch a video discussing the proofs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA3mDDbAtRo The demonstration was done by 6 year old Safiyya, who is the niece of Sheikh ul hadith Abu Nauman Abdur Raheem [who was also present during the filming of this video]. MASHALLAH, may Allah grant her success in this world and in the hereafter. Some people use the hadith of the Prophet [pbuh] "Pray as you have seen me pray" falsely to proove the prayer of men and women are the same. This is in actual a gross misinterpretation of the hadith because here the Prophet (Peace be upon him) was referring to men, If we do not accept this condition then Prophet (Peace be upon him) saying that "Pray as you have SEEN me praying" would become illogical because Prophet (Peace be upon him) was "SEEN" praying with turban, praying with his ankles exposed, leading men in prayer, Above all, regarding the hadith of "PRAY AS YOU HAVE SEEN ME PRAYING" none of the major commentators of Bukhari such as Imam Ibn Hajr al Asqalani (rah), Imam Badr ud-din Ayni (rah), Imam Ibn Bataal (rah) etc... have given this interpretation like Albani [ra] had given. Allah knows best. Click here for a detailed discussion of the proofs and the salah of women: http://www.central-mosque.com/fiqh/womdiff.htm Brought to you by the Hanafi fiqh channel. Our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/hfiqh Our twitter page: http://www.twitter.com/hanafifiqh Second channel: http://www.youtube.com/hanafifiqhhd
Views: 2247651 Hanafi Fiqh Channel
how to pray as a new muslim woman part 1
 
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How to pray as a new Muslim women and men,we made our best to show the way our great prophet prayed, if there are mistakes it is from us, please ask Allah to forgive us about it and if there are good things it is from Allah. Our kids always able to play around us while praying, our great prophet was doing that, it is the best way to make our kids learn how to pray and used to do that since they are babies. please come to our group in facebook(help new muslims) https://www.facebook.com/groups/helpnewmuslims/
Views: 690671 sayed arman
Morning Practice: Muslim Prayer
 
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How often do you pray? Muslims must pray five times a day. Watch as Daisy Khan walks us through her early-morning ritual. For More Videos Go To: http://www.beliefnet.com/Video/index.aspx
Views: 165563 BeliefnetCommunity
Men, Women Pray Together at Unconventional Mosque
 
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In mosques throughout the world, men and women worship separately, sometimes divided by a partition, sometimes in different rooms. But in Berkeley, California, a place known for challenging traditions, a group of Muslim women is trying something new. VOA’s Michelle Quinn reports from the Starr King School for the Ministry, which houses a new mosque. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/men-women-pray-together-in-unconventional-mosque/3844122.html
Views: 214127 VOA News
How To Pray Fajr For Beginners
 
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Step by step video on how to pray Fajr Salah
Views: 3454164 How To Pray
A Muslim woman's prayer
 
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A Muslim Woman's prayer of thanks to her creator and Lord- based upon a Poem written by Abdullah al Andalusi. Video edited and produced by Neocarvi. Poem illustrates the position of a woman in Islam, her Status and importance as a symbol of God's gift of Sacred life. A Woman's Dua Glory be unto You (Allah) that made kindness to me a worship for men. Glorified is the created but glorious is the creator. You have ordained for me crowns of cloth and silk that men may recognise my majesty. I am enthroned upon their shoulders by your command. They shall enter my presence in humility. Provision is my tribute from them. Respect is my due. With life and blood do they guard me. I am a protected treasure, of shrouded light, safe from those who would plunder me with their gaze. You have made me a cradle of life, honoured and sacred. Why should I be bound in shackles of forged whim and social expectation. When being true to who I am You have promised me Your Face. You have given me my rights in a world that would usurp them. Though voices of men are louder and heavier. Praise be unto You that have given unto our speech an equal wei ghting. Exulted am I above men, that I possess honour beyond need of earning. For Nobility is my birthright. By their deeds, I shall recognise the virtuous amongst men. By their faults, I shall see their humanity. For those judged worthy and noble- shall I burden them with a sweet taste. A mercy and love ordained; shall be our exchange. A worship of You manifest. A sweet fruit; tasted but never touched, consumed but never eaten. Tasted by the senses and consumed by the heart. I am a taste of paradise incarnate. A reminder of divine mercy. Precious life shall be our gift. Thus, glorified shall we be anew. By those seeking shade underneath my feet. By those who would call me mother.
Views: 148926 Muslim Debate Initiative
Women Lead Prayer For Men In This California Mosque | NBC News
 
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Qal'bu Maryam Women's Mosque in Berkeley became the first women-led all-inclusive mosque in the United States. Rabi’a Keeble hopes foster an environment where women have a more active role in Islam. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: http://nbcnews.to/ReadNBC Find NBC News on Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/LikeNBC Follow NBC News on Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/FollowNBC Follow NBC News on Google+: http://nbcnews.to/PlusNBC Follow NBC News on Instagram: http://nbcnews.to/InstaNBC Follow NBC News on Pinterest: http://nbcnews.to/PinNBC Women Lead Prayer For Men In This California Mosque | NBC News
Views: 38837 NBC News
Muslim Women Harassed For Praying In Public With A Hijab!! SOCIAL EXPERIMENT
 
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Muslim Women Harassed For Praying In Public With A Hijab!! SOCIAL EXPERIMENT #Public #Prayer #Social_experiment #Woman
Views: 167070 Hudhud Now
A Muslim woman's prayer
 
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Description
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Halal Nail Polish Allows Muslim Women to Pray in Style
 
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Arab women are known for their extensive beauty rituals, from makeup to hair to nails and even cosmetic surgery. In the Lebanese capital, there are more than 100 nail salons offering a variety of services. But for practicing Muslim women, wearing nail polish during prayer has always been 'haram' or 'forbidden." Now there is a new type of enamel that has been certified 'halal' or 'permissible,' allowing observant women to enjoy the popular practice of wearing nail art. Paige Kollock reports for VOA from Beirut.
Views: 47751 VOA News
How Muslim Women Perform Salah (Sister giving demonstrations)
 
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There shall be no compulsion in [ acceptance of ] the religion. The right course has become clear from the wrong. So whoever disbelieves in Taghut [1] and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold with no break in it. And Allah is Hearing and Knowing. (Quran 2:256) Note: [1] Taghut : Taghut – An Arabic word that covers a wide range of meanings. Basically it is anything worshipped other the one True God and includes satan, demons, idols, stones, stars, the sun or moon, angels, human beings, saints graves, rulers and leaders etc. It (the Qur'an) is a Book We have sent down to you, full of blessing, so let people of intelligence ponder its Signs and take heed. (Surah Sad: 29) Have those who disbelieved not considered that the heavens and the earth were a joined entity, then We separated them, and made from water every living thing? Then will they not believe?” (Quran 21:30) And the heaven We created with might, and indeed We are (its) expander.” (Quran 51:47) And We have decreed set phases for the moon, until it ends up looking like an old date branch. It is not for the sun to overtake the moon nor for the night to outstrip the day; each one is swimming in a sphere. (Qur'an, 36:39-40) O assembly of Jinn and mankind, If you are able to penetrate beyond the realms of the heavens and the earth, then penetrate. You cannot penetrate without power. [ Qur’an 55:33] And in your creation and all the creatures He has spread about there are Signs for people with certainty. (Qur’an 45, 4) Note: Brothers and Sisters please visit the website to read about the very basic and signs given my our Creator. Signs: http://www.miraclesofthequran.com/scientific_89.html Basic info: http://www.introductiontoislam.org/index2.shtml O you who have believed, if there comes to you a disobedient one with information, investigate, lest you harm a people out of ignorance and become, over what you have done, regretful. (Qur’an 49, 6) And never concern thyself with anything of which thou hast no knowledge: verily, [thy] hearing and sight and heart - all of them - will be called to account for it [on Judgment Day]! (Qur’an 17,36) Note: Dear brothers and sisters meet Muslims and visit mosques, read Quran and authentic biography of Prophet Muhammad PBUH (e.g. The Sealed Nectar or by Martin Ling's book Muhammad) ask their learned people if you have any question. Beware of haters, bigots, or simply ignorant people from any background including so called Muslims. There are many American and British (meaning Non Arab) revert Muslim Scholars whom you question about ISLAM or watch their videos on the internet (just a suggestion). Bottom-line is please investigate with open-mind and right source of information. We have not sent you (O Muhammad) but to all mankind as a giver of good news and as a Warner, but most people do not know. (Quran 34:28) Will they not ponder the Qur'an? If it had been from other than Allah, they would have found many inconsistencies in it. (Qur’an 4, 82) Truly, the worst of all creatures in the sight of Allah are the deaf, the dumb, those who do not use their reason/think. Qur'an 8:22 Abraham was not a Jew nor yet a Christian; But he was upright, and bowed his will to Allah's (which is Islam) and he joined not gods with Allah.”(Qur’ān 3:67) And will make him ['Iesa (Jesus) ] a Messenger to the Children of Israel (saying) : "I have come to you with a sign from your Lord, that I design for you out of clay, as it were, the figure of a bird, and breathe into it, and it becomes a bird by Allah's Leave; and I heal him who was born blind, and the leper, and I bring the dead to life by Allah's Leave. And I inform you of what you eat, and what you store in your houses. Surely, therein is a sign for you, if you believe. (Qur’an Ch:3: Verse 49 ) (Remember) when the angels said: "O Maryam (Mary) ! Verily, Allah gives you the glad tidings of a Word ["Be!" - and he was! i.e. 'Iesa (Jesus) the son of Maryam (Mary) ] from Him, his name will be the Messiah 'Iesa (Jesus) , the son of Maryam (Mary) , held in honour in this world and in the Hereafter, and will be one of those who are near to Allah." (Qur’an Ch:3: Verse 45) “Or have they taken for worship (other) gods besides Him? Say: ‘Bring your convincing proof: This is the Message of those with me and the Message of those before me’. But most of them know not The Truth, and so turn away.” (Qur’ān 21:24) “These our people have taken for worship gods other than Him: Why do they not bring forward an authority clear (and convincing) for what they do? Who doth more wrong than such as invent a falsehood against Allah?” (Qur’ān 18:15) Will they not, then, consider the Qur'an? If it had been from [any] other than Allah, they would have found within it much contradiction. Qur’an 4:82
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Prayer (Salah): Praying on Time
 
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Expand for more Information! Salam :) This is about the importance of prayer wherever you may be. Please, leave us comments with your thoughts on how we can improve and better our videos. All comments are appreciated. Have a wonderful rest of the day. -- Amirah & Ayah If you want to contact us: Twitter -- @Soldiersofdeen Email -- [email protected] Thank you!
Views: 860012 SoldiersofOurDeen
PRAYER GUIDE FOR NEW MUSLIMS!!!
 
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This is a very nice STEP-BY-STEP prayer guide to teach new muslims the correct w...ay of prayer :)!!! It is a really nice and made easy animation :)!!! This video is for TWO Rakaats... this is only applicable in Fajr prayer and the other 2 Rakaat prayers... In prayers which are 3 or 4 Rakaats you should return back again to the upright position from the sitting position AFTER THE WORDS WHERE YOU SAY: "Ash'hadu An La ilaha Illa Allah wa Ash'hadu Anna Muhammadan Rassol Allah"(the words which you pointed your finger in :)!!! Then in the 1 or 2 remaining Rakaats you pray with Surah Fatihah ONLY without the short Surah and then continue and finish the prayer as it was stated here :)!!!
Views: 844061 dagreenstar
How to Pray According to the Shia Islamic School of Thought (followers of Ahlul Bayt a.s.)
 
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Salam Aleikum all, This video is to simply explain the basic principles of prayers in the Shia Islamic school of thought. Please forgive me for any mistakes and/or anything that may have offended anyone. The intention of this video is to purely to help clarify how the Shia's pray and not at all to insult anyone else or any other thoughts or practices. I commend and respect any and all forms of worship, including prayer, by anyone. I hope you enjoy! Below are a couple of links that I mentioned in the video about precision, clarity and authenticity of islamic practice and law. Please feel free to check them out and explore! Rules of Adhan and Iqama by the Grand Ayatollah Syed Ali Sistani (927-928): http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2216/ Qiblah direction and details (784-785): http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2209/ Women and men hijab/covering during prayer: http://www.al-islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia-ahlul-bayt-dilp-team/prayer-salat-according-five-islamic-schools-law-part-1#wajib-covering-during-salat
Views: 172099 MJAB
Leading prayer for Women #HUDATV
 
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Views: 1998 Hudatv
How to perform Prayers, Namaaz, Salah for women
 
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Learn Quran online with Tajweed for kids and adults along it learn knowledge about Islam from http://www.tadeebulquran.com/
Views: 57786 Tadeeb-ul-Quran. com
Last Call to Prayer from China Hui Ethnic Lens for female only mosques 中國唯一女性伊斯蘭清真寺
 
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Unlike their peers around the world, Muslim women in China are enjoying having female-only mosques and getting a unique opportunity to develop their religious knowledge. "I feel so blessed to have a mosque I can visit," 80-year-old Ma Guifang told China Daily on Tuesday, November 20. "Not many female Muslims enjoy such a privilege." For the past 20 years, the elderly Muslim lady from the Hui ethnic group has been attending this women-only mosque, a phenomenon unique to China. The province's Muslim women are proud of being able to take care of their mosque. Ma Lan, the 46-year-old caretaker, rises at 4 am to shovel coal into the boiler to ensure a good supply of hot water for the washing ritual. She even cooperates with other female worshippers in keeping the mosque clean and ready for daily prayers and Friday congregation, which gathers about 150 worshippers. "Women do all the work here, no matter how physical it gets," Ma said. The mosque is financed solely by donations from female worshippers and visitors as well. "We receive about 2,000 to 3,000 yuan ($321 to $481) a month," imam Tao Jinling said, pointing at the list of donors and how much they gave. "Around 20 to 30 people come to the mosque every day. The number rises to around 150 during the Juma prayers on Friday." According to official data, China has 20 million Muslims, most of them are concentrated in Xinjiang, Ningxia, Gansu, and Qinghai regions and provinces. Unofficially, Muslim groups say the number is even higher, stating that there are from 65-100 million Muslims in China — up to 7.5 percent of the population. In general, during Muslim prayers, women may not lead men but may lead other women, which is the case of females leading prayers in female-only mosques in China. In Islam, the majority of jurists maintain that a woman is allowed to lead her fellow sisters in congregational prayer if there is no man to lead the congregation. Education Chinese Muslims praise efforts of the women-only mosques in educating females about their religion. "Only China has women's mosques, but this is not a common practice among Chinese Muslims," said Jin Rubin, secretary-general of the China Islamic Association. "But one thing for sure is that women's mosques can provide them with a better level of education, which Islam greatly encourages." Wang Yuming, director of Lanzhou's Xihu mosque, which also runs a school for women, agrees. "Muslims care about education for women because we believe they are the lighthouse of the family," he said "Their influence helps to keep our society stable." The school costs the mosque about 500,000 yuan every year, but Wang believes it's worth the cost. "In addition to teaching the women about the Qur'an and Islam, we also teach them basic math and urge them to tell their children to stay away from drugs," he said. "Female Muslims deserve a decent level of education and the mosque is the best place to provide that. "Now that winter has come, we have to make sure the classrooms are warm enough to allow elderly students with arthritis to sit through the classes without pain," said Wang. Studying at the school for five years, Ma Lanying, 76, said that learning is a lifelong activity for Muslims. "I feel so proud that I can understand the Qur'an and know exactly what the prayers mean," said Ma, who walks 45 minutes to school every weekday. Determined to change her life, Ma Aizheng, who worked as a nurse before she retired, said she makes time to study at home in the afternoon after classes finish at 11:30 am. "Studying the Qur'an has become a spiritual support for me," said Ma. "I didn't have time when I was working and now I have a lot catching up to do." more information at http://youtube.com/user/cosmeticmachines
Muslim women praying at Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh
 
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An inside look of the mosque as well as the prayer area designated for Muslim women.
Views: 22499 Joyce Lim
How to Pray Like A Muslim - For Men and Women! ᴴᴰ (With English Transliterations)
 
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Learn to Pray the Islamic way! (Same for Men and Women!) Fajr Prayer 00:01 | Dhuhr Prayer 05:52 | Asr Prayer 15:46 | Maghrib Prayer 25:40 | Isha Prayer 33:54 Join us on Facebook for updates on our upcoming videos: https://www.facebook.com/MotiveIslam/ This is the NEW "My Prayer" Video W/Transliterations by MotiveIslam My Prayer have put together all the 5 daily prayers in full, in order to see first hand how the prayer is performed. Please note: The recitation is read out aloud for the purpose of demonstrating what needs to be said during prayer. Some prayers require the recitation and other aspects to be said silently. For further details, please consult your local Islamic centre. For step by step instructions on how to perform the Salah, please watch "My Prayer - Step by Step Guide to Salah" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH6kPk-mNY4 Prayer is a unique training and developmental program which, if well and devotedly performed, can achieve for a Muslim many valuable spiritual, physical, and ethical gains. Salah is the daily ritual prayer enjoined upon all Muslims as one of the five Pillars of Islam. It is performed five times a day by all Muslims. Salah is a precise worship, different from praying on the inspiration of the moment. Muslims pray or, perhaps more correctly, worship five times throughout the day: · Between first light and sunrise. · After the sun has passed the middle of the sky. · Between mid-afternoon and sunset. · Between sunset and the last light of the day. · Between darkness and midnight. Each prayer may take at least 5 minutes, but it may be lengthened as a person wishes. Muslims can pray in any clean environment, alone or together, in a mosque or at home, at work or on the road, indoors or out. Under special circumstances, such as illness, journey, or war, certain allowances in the prayers are given to make their offering easy. Having specific times each day to be close to God helps Muslims remain aware of the importance of their faith, and the role it plays in every part of life. Muslims start their day by cleaning themselves and then standing before their Lord in prayer. The prayers consist of recitations from the Quran in Arabic and a sequence of movements: standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting. All recitations and movements express submission, humility, and homage to God. The various postures Muslims assume during their prayers capture the spirit of submission; the words remind them of their commitments to God. The prayer also reminds one of belief in the Day of Judgment and of the fact that one has to appear before his or her Creator and give an account of their entire life. This is how a Muslim starts their day. In the course of the day, Muslims dissociate themselves form their worldly engagements for a few moments and stand before God. This brings to mind once again the real purpose of life. These prayers serve as a constant reminder throughout the day to help keep believers mindful of God in the daily stress of work, family, and distractions of life. Prayer strengthens faith, dependence on God, and puts daily life within the perspective of life to come after death and the last judgment. As they prepare to pray, Muslims face Mecca, the holy city that houses the Kaaba (the ancient place of worship built by Abraham and his son Ishmael). At the end of the prayer, the shahada (testimony of faith) is recited, and the greeting of peace, "Peace be upon all of you and the mercy and blessings of God," is repeated twice. Though individual performance of salah is permissible, collective worship in the mosque has special merit and Muslims are encouraged to perform certain salah with others. With their faces turned in the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca, the worshipers align themselves in parallel rows behind the imam, or prayer leader, who directs them as they execute the physical postures coupled with Quran recitations. Although not religiously mandated, individual devotional prayers, especially during the night, are emphasized and are a common practice among pious Muslims. How and why Muslims pray (http://bit.ly/hx3Urf) The Importance of Prayer (http://bit.ly/emVXdO) Video by http://www.myprayer.org.au
Views: 168211 MOTIVEISLAM™
muslim women praying
 
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pille a una mora rezando, y para aprender de su cultura la gravé. JODEOS MOROS.
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WHY CAN'T MUSLIM WOMEN PRAY IN THE MOSQUE?
 
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Sh. Ahmed Deedat responds to a question by The Durban Professional Women's Association about why don't Muslim Women pray in the Mosque.
Views: 10603 IRCR MEDIA
How to Perform Salah - Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha (Same Way to Pray for Men and Women)
 
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Like us on Facebook: http://wwww.facebook.com/themimbar Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/digitalmimbar Fajr 00:01 | Dhuhr 05:55 | Asr 15:46 | Maghrib 25:41 | Isha 33:54 Booklet (PDF File): http://www.imanprojects.com/myprayer/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/MY_PRAYER_BOOKLET.pdf My Prayer have put together all the 5 daily prayers in full, in order to see first hand how the prayer is performed. Please note: The recitation is read out aloud for the purpose of demonstrating what needs to be said during prayer. Some prayers require the recitation and other aspects to be said silently. For further details, please consult your local Islamic centre. For step by step instructions on how to perform the Salah, please watch "My Prayer - Step by Step Guide to Salah" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKblG-Zoagk Prayer is a unique training and developmental program which, if well and devotedly performed, can achieve for a Muslim many valuable spiritual, physical, and ethical gains. Salah is the daily ritual prayer enjoined upon all Muslims as one of the five Pillars of Islam. It is performed five times a day by all Muslims. Salah is a precise worship, different from praying on the inspiration of the moment. Muslims pray or, perhaps more correctly, worship five times throughout the day: · Between first light and sunrise. · After the sun has passed the middle of the sky. · Between mid-afternoon and sunset. · Between sunset and the last light of the day. · Between darkness and midnight. Each prayer may take at least 5 minutes, but it may be lengthened as a person wishes. Muslims can pray in any clean environment, alone or together, in a mosque or at home, at work or on the road, indoors or out. Under special circumstances, such as illness, journey, or war, certain allowances in the prayers are given to make their offering easy. Having specific times each day to be close to God helps Muslims remain aware of the importance of their faith, and the role it plays in every part of life. Muslims start their day by cleaning themselves and then standing before their Lord in prayer. The prayers consist of recitations from the Quran in Arabic and a sequence of movements: standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting. All recitations and movements express submission, humility, and homage to God. The various postures Muslims assume during their prayers capture the spirit of submission; the words remind them of their commitments to God. The prayer also reminds one of belief in the Day of Judgment and of the fact that one has to appear before his or her Creator and give an account of their entire life. This is how a Muslim starts their day. In the course of the day, Muslims dissociate themselves form their worldly engagements for a few moments and stand before God. This brings to mind once again the real purpose of life. These prayers serve as a constant reminder throughout the day to help keep believers mindful of God in the daily stress of work, family, and distractions of life. Prayer strengthens faith, dependence on God, and puts daily life within the perspective of life to come after death and the last judgment. As they prepare to pray, Muslims face Mecca, the holy city that houses the Kaaba (the ancient place of worship built by Abraham and his son Ishmael). At the end of the prayer, the shahada (testimony of faith) is recited, and the greeting of peace, "Peace be upon all of you and the mercy and blessings of God," is repeated twice. Though individual performance of salah is permissible, collective worship in the mosque has special merit and Muslims are encouraged to perform certain salah with others. With their faces turned in the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca, the worshipers align themselves in parallel rows behind the imam, or prayer leader, who directs them as they execute the physical postures coupled with Quran recitations. Although not religiously mandated, individual devotional prayers, especially during the night, are emphasized and are a common practice among pious Muslims. How and why Muslims pray (http://bit.ly/hx3Urf) The Importance of Prayer (http://bit.ly/emVXdO) Video by http://www.myprayer.org.au Here is a link for a basic and easy way to make abloution and pray with the english transation. It's called Teach me how to pray to God - by Eddie from the Deen show http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syE-bhpoFCc Differences in Prayer for Men and Women http://islamqa.info/en/1106 Like DigitalMimbar on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/TheMimbar Follow DigitalMimbar on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DigitalMimbar
Views: 3482183 Digital Mimbar
My Prayer - Step by Step Guide to Salah - Teach Me How to Worship God (For Men and Women)
 
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Like us on Facebook: http://wwww.facebook.com/themimbar Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/digitalmimbar Booklet (PDF File): http://www.imanprojects.com/myprayer/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/MY_PRAYER_BOOKLET.pdf The My Prayer project is an initiative designed to assist Muslims grasp the basic knowledge about prayer and how to perform it. This is made possible through 2 mediums, a step by step instructional DVD and book. The DVD is professionally filmed, directed and produced, offering viewers high quality educational content. My Prayer DVD is narrated by Sheikh Bilal Dannoun, guiding viewers through the actions of making ablution (wudoo) and performing prayer in a simple and easy to understand style. Other aspects of prayer, such as the pre-requisites of prayer will be discussed, giving viewers a complete overview of what is required to perform their prayers in the best and correct manner. This DVD as well as the Booklet will be available for FREE to organisations and individuals all across the globe. http://www.myprayer.org.au Prayer is a unique training and developmental program which, if well and devotedly performed, can achieve for a Muslim many valuable spiritual, physical, and ethical gains. Salah is the daily ritual prayer enjoined upon all Muslims as one of the five Pillars of Islam. It is performed five times a day by all Muslims. Salah is a precise worship, different from praying on the inspiration of the moment. Muslims pray or, perhaps more correctly, worship five times throughout the day: · Between first light and sunrise. · After the sun has passed the middle of the sky. · Between mid-afternoon and sunset. · Between sunset and the last light of the day. · Between darkness and midnight. Each prayer may take at least 5 minutes, but it may be lengthened as a person wishes. Muslims can pray in any clean environment, alone or together, in a mosque or at home, at work or on the road, indoors or out. Under special circumstances, such as illness, journey, or war, certain allowances in the prayers are given to make their offering easy. Having specific times each day to be close to God helps Muslims remain aware of the importance of their faith, and the role it plays in every part of life. Muslims start their day by cleaning themselves and then standing before their Lord in prayer. The prayers consist of recitations from the Quran in Arabic and a sequence of movements: standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting. All recitations and movements express submission, humility, and homage to God. The various postures Muslims assume during their prayers capture the spirit of submission; the words remind them of their commitments to God. The prayer also reminds one of belief in the Day of Judgment and of the fact that one has to appear before his or her Creator and give an account of their entire life. This is how a Muslim starts their day. In the course of the day, Muslims dissociate themselves form their worldly engagements for a few moments and stand before God. This brings to mind once again the real purpose of life. These prayers serve as a constant reminder throughout the day to help keep believers mindful of God in the daily stress of work, family, and distractions of life. Prayer strengthens faith, dependence on God, and puts daily life within the perspective of life to come after death and the last judgment. As they prepare to pray, Muslims face Mecca, the holy city that houses the Kaaba (the ancient place of worship built by Abraham and his son Ishmael). At the end of the prayer, the shahada (testimony of faith) is recited, and the greeting of peace, "Peace be upon all of you and the mercy and blessings of God," is repeated twice. Though individual performance of salah is permissible, collective worship in the mosque has special merit and Muslims are encouraged to perform certain salah with others. With their faces turned in the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca, the worshipers align themselves in parallel rows behind the imam, or prayer leader, who directs them as they execute the physical postures coupled with Quran recitations. Although not religiously mandated, individual devotional prayers, especially during the night, are emphasized and are a common practice among pious Muslims. Click the following link to watch the 5 daily prayers in full, in order to see first hand how the prayer is performed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9kTd7q1zjE How and why Muslims pray (http://bit.ly/hx3Urf) The Importance of Prayer (http://bit.ly/emVXdO) ___________________ Differences in Prayer for Men and Women http://islamqa.info/en/1106 _________________ Like DigitalMimbar on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/TheMimbar Follow DigitalMimbar on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DigitalMimbar
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How to pray 4 Rakat (units) - Step by Step Guide | From Time to Pray with Zaky
 
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Learn how to pray 4 rakat with this step by step video. This video is from the DVD, 'Time to Pray with Zaky'. You can download the APP of Time to Pray with Zaky here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id633083701 or purchase the original DVD here: http://1islam.net/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=11_12&product_id=976 Visit Zaky and friends: http://www.one4kids.net/html/index.html
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Why women aren't allowed to Pray when they have Menstruation/Periods?
 
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Answer to a very commonly asked Question: Why women aren't allowed to Pray when they have Menstruation/Periods? Subscribe to our Email News Letter: https://www.fqesignup.com Help us make more illustration videos and earn Sadqa Jaria: One Time Donation: https://www.fundrazr.com/donateforstudio Become Monthly Supporters: http://www.patreon.com/DarulArqam Donate using Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/darularqam Join our free Online Tv or download our Mobile App to begin a Journey of lifetime to understand Quran & Islam in the most state of the Art way possible In sha Allah: Online Tv: https://www.fqetv.com/ Download Android App: http://bit.ly/2uLfFKM Download Apple App: http://apple.co/2v5p7d8 Get access to exclusive content by signing up. Please note that the contributions you make on above links would be used by Darul Arqam Studios to make more such animations and illustration videos to benefit humanity, none of it will go to bayyinah or Ustad Nouman Ali Khan
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Muslim Woman caught stealing in Mosque: Prayer Time!
 
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CCTV: RAW Video of lady thief stealing from praying women’s purses inside of a Mosque. The lady sits right behind a row of women praying to Allah and shamelessly searches through purses looking for valuables to steal. The woman, stealing while others pray, did not expect to be caught red handed by security guards monitoring the CCTV cameras. Stealing during prayer in a mosque is not a good idea.
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Muslim women pray Istanbul
 
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Beautiful Islamic Call To Prayer
 
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Adhaan by Ahmad Al-Nafees
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Suhaib Webb on Muslim Women's Prayer Spaces & Leadership
 
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Two portions of a talk delivered by Suhaib Webb at University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore titled "Confronting Islam: Shari'ah, the Constitution and American Muslims."
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Muslim Women Do not hesitate to pray (NAMAZ) 5 Times Prayer.
 
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Can a Women Lead Congregation Prayer of Taraweeh at Home? Dr. Zakir
 
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Yusuf Chambers: Ramadan Question And Answer with Dr.Zakir Naik
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Islamic Daily Prayer | Ingrid Mattson | 2017 Festival of Faiths
 
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The 22nd annual Festival of Faiths | "Compassion: Shining like the Sun" | April 19-22, 2017 - Louisville, KY | http://festivaloffaiths.org How do Muslims pray? Ingrid Mattson, a leading Muslim theologian in the West, describes the spiritual meaning of the words, movements and cycles of the Islamic canonical prayer. For one in every four human beings in the world, the five prayers (salah) are part of their daily ritual. Prayer is one of the five tenets of Islam, the others being: the testimony of faith, charity, fasting and performing pilgrimage. Dr. Ingrid Mattson is a leading Muslim religious figure, a professor of Islamic Studies and expert on the Qur’an. She was elected vice president and then president of the Islamic Society of North America, the first woman to serve in either position. In that capacity, a 2010 New York Times article called her “the most noticed figure among American Muslim women.” As a professor at Hartford Seminary, she developed and directed the first accredited graduate program for Muslim chaplains in America. Currently, Mattson teaches at the University of Western Ontario. To support more content like this, consider donating to the Center for Interfaith Relations, who hosts the annual Festival of Faiths. DONATE HERE -- http://centerforinterfaithrelations.org
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Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer 6/7 (Maghreb)
 
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Asalaamu Alaaikum Blueprint productions & IISNA present "Step-by-Step How to Pray". In this part (6)is how to perform the fourth prayer which is "Maghreb". May Allah reward those who made it. I have permission to upload from IISNA Please continue on to the rest of the videos 1-Intro/Wudu 2-Reminders 3-Fajr 4-Dhur 5-Asr 6-Maghrib 7-Isha Wa'alyakum Asalaam
Views: 653584 Shaykha
Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer 3/7 (Fajr)
 
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Asalaamu Alaaikum Beneficial Link: http://www.islamicfinder.org/prayer/index.html Blueprint productions & IISNA present "Step-by-Step How to Pray". In this part (3)is how to perform the first prayer which is "Fajr". May Allah reward those who made it. I have permission to upload from IISNA Please continue on to the rest of the videos 1-Intro/Wudu 2-Reminders 3-Fajr 4-Dhur 5-Asr 6-Maghrib 7-Isha Wa'alyakum Asalaam
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Allahabad : Muslim women will offer prayer with men in the same Mosque
 
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Watch this special segment and get to know about the equal opportunity to women for offering prayer with men in the same mosque. Zee News always stay ahead in bringing current affairs from all the valley of National interest, Politics, Entertainment, Sports and International happenings. We take you to the depth of every matter by providing every small detail and makes you familiar with all the happening around you. Zee News is the highly popular Hindi News channel of India’s largest television network ZMCL. The channel, which has a huge following in India and abroad, has won several prestigious national and international awards. Among its popular programs are - Dr. Subhash Chandra Show: https://goo.gl/fCugXC Daily News and Analysis: https://goo.gl/B8eVsD Manthan: https://goo.gl/6q0wUN Fast n Facts: https://goo.gl/kW2MYV Your daily dose of entertainment: https://goo.gl/ZNEfhw Sports roundup: https://goo.gl/KeeYjf Aapke Sitare: https://goo.gl/X56YSa Bharat Bhagya Vidhata: https://goo.gl/QqJiOV Taal Thok Ke : https://goo.gl/yiV6e7 Subscribe to our channel at https://goo.gl/qKzmWg Check out our website: http://www.zeenews.com Connect with us at our social media handles: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZeeNews Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZeeNews Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Zeenews
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Egypt's Muslims gather to mark Eid
 
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1. Wide of Mostafa Mahmoud Mosque with worshippers gathering 2. Wide of worshippers 3. Close of men, women and children waiting to pray 4. Wide of worshippers with balloons in background 5. Close of woman and boy 6. Wide of worshippers 7. Close of woman and young boy dressed in white 8. Mid of people waiting to pray and chanting 'Allah-hu, Akbar!' ('God is Great!') 9. Various of people praying 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Shireef Abead, Muslim worshipper: "Eid makes people happy and, God willing, the new year will be a good one." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Walid Abead, Muslim worshipper: "Next year, God willing, we hope Jerusalem will be free and we will celebrate together." 6. Wide of people leaving prayers 7. Wide of people leaving with Mosque in background STORYLINE: Egypt's Muslims gathered on Tuesday morning to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the three-day holiday that marks the end of the month-long Ramadan fast. More than 10-thousand attended prayers at the Mostafa Mahmoud Mosque in Mohandiseen, a suburb west of Cairo. The mosque's dome and minaret glowed a brilliant white as the sun rose and the worshippers lined up to pray. Before praying, the faithful chanted 'Allah-hu, Akbar!' 'God is Great.' They then kneeled and bowed on prayer rugs or newspapers, following the voice of the prayer leader. Once the prayers were over, the party began. As crowds began streaming out of the area, strangers gave sweets to each other, mothers and fathers bought their children balloons and toys, and vendors sold roasted yams and other delights. "The Eid makes people happy and, God willing, the new year will be a good one," said one worshipper after prayers. For most Egyptians, Tuesday was the beginning of a three-day vacation, during which they will spend time with friends and family and visit the mosque. The start of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fast, is determined by clerics based on the sighting of the new moon. While the holiday began in most Arab countries on Monday, it started in Egypt, Syria and Jordan on Tuesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/370cb9b547e1f3c6364847fd0147bebc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Asr Prayer
 
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A detailed video of how the Asr prayer is performed. Please contact IISNA @ www.iisna.com for more information on Islam. Please click here to download the Fully Interactive DVD - http://www.islamictorrents.net/download.php/20067/IISNA%20-%20HOW_TO_PRAY.iso.torrent
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Scary Muslim women prayer prank
 
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A woman scared to death by seeing his partner prays in background
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How To Attend a Muslim Friday Prayer Service (Jum’ah)
 
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Watch more How to Celebrate Ramadan videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/217206-How-To-Attend-a-Muslim-Friday-Prayer-Service-Jumah Step 1: Find a Friday prayer service Use Muslim acquaintances or a Website to find a Friday prayer service near you. Most are held around lunchtime. Tip Friday prayer services do not always happen in a mosque. University students often arrange Friday prayers in an empty hall or auditorium. Mosques in urban areas host prayers in satellite locations, such as downtown office buildings or even churches. Step 2: Purify your intention As with all acts in Islam, take a quiet moment to purify your intention, affirming that you plan to attend Friday prayers for God’s sake alone. Tip While Friday is usually a holiday in Muslim-majority countries, it’s a regular workday elsewhere, and some men are not able to attend as a result. Do your best to fit Friday prayers into your work schedule. Step 3: Take a shower or bath If you are able and you have time, take a shower or bath on Friday morning, as this practice was recommended by the Prophet Muhammad, who advised his followers to keep clean. Step 4: Dress in clean, modest clothes Dress in clean, modest clothes. For men, this means no shorts. For women, this means covering the arms and legs, avoiding tight or revealing clothing, and bringing along a headscarf. Tip Cologne is recommended for men, but perfume for women should be avoided. Step 5: Remove your shoes When entering the mosque or prayer area, remove your shoes. This is the moment of truth for your socks! Step 6: Enter prayer area with right foot first Enter the prayer area with your right foot first. If the mosque is segregated according to gender, women should enter the women’s area, and men should enter the men’s area. Tip If you have small children, you may prefer to leave them at home. If you need to, however, you can bring them. Children of all ages are a common sight at Friday prayers. If a child is very disruptive, or if a baby can’t stop crying, however, you may have to leave with them. Step 7: Offer voluntary prayer If you are Muslim, offer two cycles of voluntary prayer, known as tahyatul masjid salah, which means literally, 'the prayer to greet the mosque.' Tip If you are not Muslim, take a moment to sit quietly and offer your own prayers. Step 8: Sit next to other congregants on the floor Sit next to other congregants on the floor. Choose the available space closest to the front of the room. In other words, the front rows should be filled first, particularly because the back rows should be left open for latecomers. Step 9: Listen to adhan Listen as a fellow congregant gives the adhan, or call to prayer. This means the Friday prayer service has begun; refrain from talking at this point. Step 10: Sit quietly & listen to imam Sit quietly and listen while the imam, or prayer leader, offers a sermon, or khutbah. The first half the khutbah is the longest, followed by a brief period when the imam will sit down and offer silent prayers. Then he will stand again to deliver the shorter final section of the sermon. Tip A sermon will always open and close with words in Arabic. Hopefully, the language of the sermon itself will be one you understand. If not, be patient and ask someone near you for a translation when it is over. Step 11: Listen to iqaamah After the sermon, a man will stand to give the iqaamah, a shortened version of the call to prayer, which indicates the prayer itself is about to commence. Step 12: Line up shoulder to shoulder Stand up and move so you are standing shoulder to shoulder with the people on your left and right, forming a straight line that faces the qibla, or direction pointing to Mecca. Your shoulders, arms or feet can be lightly touching other people’s. Tip If you are not Muslim, ask someone where you can sit to observe the prayers. Generally, non-Muslims should not join in the prayer. Step 13: Perform salat Perform two cycles of the ritual prayer, or salat, following along with the imam. Step 14: Greet other people When the prayer is over, be sure to greet the people praying on either side of you when they are finished, either by shaking their hands and saying, 'May Allah accept your prayers,' or by simply smiling. Step 15: Make a charitable contribution If you wish, make a charitable contribution as you leave. Boxes for contributions are generally available near the exit. Did You Know? The Prophet Muhammad was known for giving short sermons, but don’t expect everyone to follow that lead—some sermons can last more than an hour.
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MSIM/S2/EP5/WOMEN PRAYING IN MOSQUE
 
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Female Imams Blaze Trail Amid China's Muslims
 
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China is the only place in the world where women go to their own mosques. Female imams lead prayers and preach while sitting alongside the believers.
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Muslim Women Prayer
 
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Woman Imam leading  Prayer  (Salah)
 
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https://www.youtube.com/user/Rashidu22/videos Ruling on woman leading salah to men - Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Salah
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A Mother's Prayer Brings Muslim to Christ
 
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TawfiQ's mother never stopped praying that her son would escape the clutches of Islam and find freedom in Jesus.
Can prayer of amuslim women married to non-muslim man accepted ? #HUDATV
 
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First time Muslim women offered Prayers at Eidgah in Lucknow on Eid
 
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लखनऊ में पहली बार महिलाओं ने ईद के मौके पर नमाज अदा की।
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Women's prayer according to Qur'an and Sunnah
 
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