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  1. Angel Israfeel ( اسرافيل عليه السلام) is appointed by Allah Almighty to blow  the horn on the day of judgment named "TRUMPET" According to the Quran and hadith this trumpet will be blown twice: 1- Upon the first blowing of the trumpet every being will die. 2- Upon the second blowing of the trumpet,Read more

    Angel Israfeel ( اسرافيل عليه السلام) is appointed by Allah Almighty to blow  the horn on the day of judgment named “TRUMPET”

    According to the Quran and hadith this trumpet will be blown twice:

    1- Upon the first blowing of the trumpet every being will die.

    2- Upon the second blowing of the trumpet, every being will suddenly rise and wait for the reckoning.

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  1. 1. Is Witr Salah the 6th Prayer in a Day? No, Witr Salah is not considered the 6th obligatory prayer in a day. There are five obligatory daily prayers in Islam: Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. Witr Salah is a voluntary (Sunnah) prayer that is performed after the Isha prayer. 2. Best Time to PraRead more

    1. Is Witr Salah the 6th Prayer in a Day? No, Witr Salah is not considered the 6th obligatory prayer in a day. There are five obligatory daily prayers in Islam: Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. Witr Salah is a voluntary (Sunnah) prayer that is performed after the Isha prayer.

    2. Best Time to Pray Witr Salah: The best time to pray Witr Salah is after the Isha prayer and before the break of dawn (Fajr). It is recommended to pray Witr Salah in the last third of the night, but it can be performed at any time after the Isha prayer until the time of Fajr begins.

    3. Number of Rakat in Witr Salah: The number of Rakat (units of prayer) in Witr Salah can vary based on different Islamic schools of thought (madhabs).

    • In the Hanafi Madhab: Witr Salah consists of three Rakat. After the first two Rakat, there is a sitting for Tashahhud (the middle sitting), and the Tashahhud is recited. After the Tashahhud, one continues with the third Rakat.
    • In the Shafi’i Madhab: Witr Salah can be prayed with one, three, five, seven, or more Rakat. The most common practice is to pray Witr Salah with three Rakat. In the Shafi’i method, one can sit for Tashahhud after the second Rakat and then continue with the third Rakat.

    4. Number of Salat (Prayers) Mentioned in the Quran: The Quran mentions the importance of prayer and the concept of Salah but does not specify the exact number of Rakat or the specific names of the five daily prayers (Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha). The details of the daily prayers, including the number of Rakat and their names, are derived from the Hadith (sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him) and the consensus of Islamic scholars.

    5. Dua-e-Qunoot: Dua-e-Qunoot is a supplication recited in the Witr Salah, typically after the Ruku (bowing) of the last Rakat. Whether you recite it with Takbeer (saying “Allahu Akbar”) or without Takbeer can vary based on different Islamic traditions and scholars.

    • In the Hanafi Madhab: It is common to recite Dua-e-Qunoot without Takbeer. The supplication is recited after raising the hands in Ruku.
    • In the Shafi’i Madhab: It is common to recite Dua-e-Qunoot with Takbeer. The supplication is started with the Takbeer.

    The practice may also vary based on local customs and individual preferences. It’s essential to follow the guidance of your specific Islamic school of thought or the instructions provided by your local mosque or Islamic community regarding the recitation of Dua-e-Qunoot.

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  1. Believe in last day means, Allah has created all of us and there is a day coming when every one is gathered from Adam A.S to the last man take birth on the earth and the Allah will come with the angel and then peoples who have done good deeds will be rewarded by jannah and blessing and the peoples wRead more

    Believe in last day means,
    Allah has created all of us and there is a day coming when every one is gathered from Adam A.S to the last man take birth on the earth and the Allah will come with the angel and then peoples who have done good deeds will be rewarded by jannah and blessing and the peoples who have bad deeds with them should be punished.

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  1. The signs of the Day of Judgment are numerous and are mentioned in various Hadiths. In this context, we will briefly discuss them without detailing each sign, as there isn't enough space to do so. However, if someone wishes to study this topic in detail, we can guide them to specific and reputable bRead more

    The signs of the Day of Judgment are numerous and are mentioned in various Hadiths. In this context, we will briefly discuss them without detailing each sign, as there isn’t enough space to do so. However, if someone wishes to study this topic in detail, we can guide them to specific and reputable books, such as “Al-Qiyamah As-Sughra” by Sheikh Umar Suleiman Ashqar or “Ashrat As-Sa’ah” by Sheikh Yusuf Wabil.

    Some of the minor signs of the Day of Judgment include:

    The prophethood of Muhammad (peace be upon him).
    The death of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
    The conquest of Beit al-Maqdis (Jerusalem).
    The outbreak of a plague in the city of ‘Amawas in Palestine.
    The disappearance of wealth, and people will no longer give charity (Zakat).
    The emergence of various trials and tribulations, including the Fitnah of the Khawarij, the Battle of Jamal, the Battle of Siffin, and the events of Harrah.
    The rise of false claimants to prophethood, including the false prophets Musaylimah al-Kadhdhab and Al-Aswad al-‘Ansi.
    The great fire in Hijaz (Western Arabia), which occurred around 654 Hijri and was reported by many people.
    Disregard for trust and honesty.
    The scarcity of knowledge and the prevalence of ignorance.
    The widespread use of musical instruments.
    The widespread consumption of alcohol.
    The construction of tall buildings resembling mountains.
    The emergence of widespread adultery and fornication.
    The prevalence of usury (Riba) in financial transactions.
    The abundant use of musical instruments.
    Women wearing clothing but appearing naked.
    The appearance of false dreams and visions among the masses.
    The prevalence of false testimony and concealing truthful testimony.
    An increase in the number of women compared to men.
    The flourishing of the Arabian Peninsula once again.
    The emergence of a golden mountain from the Euphrates River.
    People and animals speaking to one another.
    An increase in the number of Romans (Byzantines) and their conflict with the Muslims.
    The conquest of Constantinople (Istanbul).
    Major signs of the Day of Judgment, as mentioned in a Hadith narrated by Hazrat Hudhaifah ibn Al-Yaman (may Allah be pleased with him), include:

    The appearance of the false messiah, known as Dajjal.
    The return of Jesus (peace be upon him).
    The emergence of the tribe of Ya’juj and Ma’juj (Gog and Magog).
    Three major landslides: one in the East, one in the West, and one in the Arabian Peninsula.
    Smoke covering the sky.
    The rising of the sun from the West.
    The emergence of a beast from the Earth.
    A great fire that will gather people to the place of assembly.
    These are some of the signs of the Day of Judgment, and they hold significant importance in Islamic eschatology. Please note that interpreting and understanding these signs may vary among scholars, and further study and consultation with knowledgeable scholars are recommended for a comprehensive understanding.

     

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  1. the day of judgment in various religious beliefs is a future event when all individuals will be judged by a higher powerd Thier deeds will determine Thier eternal fate concept of Christianity Islam and other religious symbolisation action in life.

    the day of judgment in various religious beliefs is a future event when all individuals will be judged by a higher powerd Thier deeds will determine Thier eternal fate concept of Christianity Islam and other religious symbolisation action in life.

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