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Praise be to Allah

 Who makes science correspond to religion. And peace be upon on our Prophet Muhammad (SAWW), the master of fasting people, and peace be upon on his Family, companions and upon all Muslims who fast on the white days. Among the prophetic signs of the best of human beings is the recommendation of fasting on the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth day of every lunar month.


They were named with this name because the moon becomes full on them and the light becomes strong which makes their nights completely luminous 

there is a relevant relationship (proportional) between the Earth and the Human body as for (distribution). The earth’s surface consists of about 80% liquids (seas, oceans, and rivers) and about 20% solids (lands) · Also the human body consists of about 80% of liquids and about 20% of solids, (this was proved by science). Second: there is a relevant relationship (proportional) between the earth and the human body for (composition): The earth consists of various elements like calcium, magnesium, sodium, bicarbonate, sulfate, iron etc.Also, the human body consists of the same elements. ·For example, if you read the consists of a natural mineral water bottle, you will find that it includes the following elements: calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, iron etc. · Whereas the earth is the source of water whether, it’s from wells, rivers, or by desalination of oceans or seas, we drink this water so that our bodies consist of the same elements. · If we also analyzed the components of Vegetables, Fruits, and different kinds of food, we would find that They consist of the same previous elements (as they arise from the earth) and whereas we eat them, our bodies consist of the same earth elements (whether liquids or solids) The foregoing points prove that there is a relevant strong bilateral relationship between the earth and human body


The greatest evidence for that is the following:- · As for the earth, if you went to the seashore on these days, you would see the ebb and flow reaching the peak. 

Dr. Muhammad Ali Al Bar reported on his website, that: Dr. Leber, a psychologist from Miami in the USA, said: “there is a strong relationship between the completion of Moon cycle and Human violence actions,


.” After he had collected the statistics and analyses from the accidents record in hospitals and police stations and compared their dates with the lunar days, it became clear to him that crime committing ratio and destructive road accidents are linked to the moon cycle completion. Also, Persons who are suffering from psychological disorders, personality dualism, and old people are more vulnerable to the moon cycle effect. His studies also proved that the greatest ratio of divorce and severe disputes take place in the middle of the lunar month when the moon is full. Dr. Leber explains his theory by saying:” the human body, like earth’s surface, consists of 80% water and 20% solids, so he believes that the moon’s gravity is responsible for the ebb and flow in both human bodies and oceans when the moon is full in the white days. Dr. Al Bar commented on this study saying:” the Prophetic medicine for this problem is to fast the three white days because Fasting reduces the water ratio in the human body during this period, in which the moon’s effect on the man reaches the peak, and that helps the Man to control his body powers and tendencies, feel with psychological purity, avoid the gravity effect and to have comfort, calmness, and health.


Benefits of Fasting the white days

The recommendation of Fasting the three white days is considered a Prophetic sign…

Fasting isn’t only a kind of worship, obedience and a great reward for Muslims, but also it’s a kind of mercy, health, protection and happiness for the man.


This scientific truth reveals one of the prophet’s miracles that indicates his prophet hood and also asserts that Islam is the true religion revealed from the Creator of the earth and heavens who made the scientific laws of nature. Fourteen centuries ago, nobody knew this scientific truth.


This scientific truth reveals one of the prophet’s miracles that indicates his prophet hood and also asserts that Islam is the true religion revealed from the Creator of the earth and heavens who made the scientific laws of nature. Fourteen centuries ago, nobody knew this scientific truth.

Almighty Allah says about his prophet -peace and blessings be upon him- “Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination, : It is not but a revelation revealed” [Al-Najm 53:3-4]

وَمَا يَنطِقُ عَنِ الْهَوَیإِنْ هُوَ إِلاّ وَحْيٌ يُوحَی


Islam really, is a religion for both individuals and country



«كان رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم يأمرنا بصيام أيام البيض ثلاث عشر وأربع عشر وخمس عشر…»   The prophet -peace and blessings be upon him- said “Fasting three days of every month (13th, 14th&15th) is equal to Fasting the life time” [Declared Hasan by Al-Albani]

«صيام ثلاثة أيام من كل شهر صيام الدهر ،وأيام البيض صبيحة ثلاث عشرة ، وأربع عشرة ، وخمس عشرة


Misconceptions about the month of Safar

Our deen is Islam which guides us in each and every aspect of life.

Get the truth about the month of Safar, Month of Safar is the second month in the Islamic calendar.

Safar means whistling of winds. This name was given because of the weather condition of that time.

  1. The Beloved daughter of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wsallam) Fatima Radhi Allahu Anha) married Ali (Radhi Allahu Anha) this month.
  2. Prophet Muhammad ((Sallallaahu Alayhi Wsallam) fell sick at the end of this month and died in the same sickness in the next month on the 12th of Rabiul-Awwal.
  3. Ghazwa-e- Khyber (battle) took place in the same month.
  4. The battle of Abwaa also took place in the month of Safar.

What are some common misconceptions about Safar?

Unlucky happenings such as Diseases,  evils, loss in business, and all the misfortunes are related to this month.  This concept is nothing more than a misconception based on poor knowledge of Islam.

No Muslim should fall into these conceptions which had no foundations in truth.

Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said about Safar:

“No adwaa [transmission of infectious disease without the permission of Allah], no tiyarah [superstitious belief in bird omens], no haamah [refers to a Jaahili Arab tradition described variously as: a worm that infests the grave of a murder victim until he is avenged; an owl; or the bones of a dead person turned into a bird that could fly], and no Safar [the month of Safar was regarded as “unlucky” in the Jaahiliyyah].”

( al-Bukhari, 5757, and Muslim, 2220)


What did the companions of Prophet Muhammad (Sahabah) say about this month?

Jaabir (Radhi Allahu Anha) very clearly mentions the superstitions and the wrong concept of Safar:

“I have heard the Prophet saying, the descending of illness and evil superstition befalling in the month of Safar is untrue.” [Muslim]

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What does Qur’an say about the month of Safar?

Qur’an explicitly rejects this concept of bad omen by saying;

And [for] every person We have imposed his fate upon his neck, and We will produce for him on the Day of Resurrection a record which he will encounter spread open. [It will be said], “Read your record. Sufficient is yourself against you this Day as accountant.”

[13,14 Surah Bani isra’eel]

What comes to you of good is from Allah, but what comes to you of evil, [O man], is from yourself. And We have sent you, [O Muhammad], to the people as a messenger, and sufficient is Allah as Witness.

[79 Surah An Nisa]

There are no bad omens or calamities in any person or any month or any date or number in Islam. If something wrong happens with someone it is due to their evil deeds. We have to work on ourselves to remove calamities from our minds.

This was all about Misconceptions about the month of Safar.

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There is a great deal of anticipation as Ramadan draws near in some Muslim communities worldwide. What are some ways we might better prepare ourselves to ensure a more fulfilling Ramadan as we get ready to increase our spiritual worship and introspection, including our charitable quotient?

By the way, this isn’t simply another Ramadan house decoration article; there are many of them online. Now if you’re interested, continue reading for 10 WAYS OF WELCOMING RAMADAN.


You probably wouldn’t read that box of magazines if it had been there for more than six months in the corner of your living room. Put it responsibly in the recycle bins to help yourself and the environment. Begin modestly. Furthermore, clearing your immediate space of clutter has obvious psychological advantages. It aids in lowering tension.

Set a timer if it seems like a huge mountain that won’t be overcome in 24 hours. Start modestly once more. The secret is to be consistent and persistent in your efforts to finish the assignment. It’s not necessary to finish everything in a few hours. It may very well be planned, which presents chances for participation from other family members.
De-cluttering your living spaces first allows you to decorate for Ramadan when the moment is right. Even so, it is obviously optional. It need not be expensive to decorate for the holidays.
Yes, thanks to the growing pandemic, online buying has become a popular activity. However, there are several chances to forge priceless family memories. Searching for DIY creative projects on social media networks is one option. Encourage your kids to design and create Eid cards for friends and family, for example, to (re)nurture human relationships in the age of digitalization and normalized literal social distance.



Ramadan fasting is not a justification for binge eating. unhealthy food is far worse. Ramadan is a perfect month to strive to break bad eating habits, especially during iftar (evening meal after sunset) and sahur/suhur. We discipline ourselves by fasting from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset (pre-dawn meal).
Start by replacing the food stockpiles in the refrigerator with fruit or other wholesome alternatives. Buy prepared foods sparingly because they tend to be high in salt and sugar. Avoid stressful situations that could cause you to get into a routine of stress eating and turn into a vicious cycle. Instead of waiting until the last minute, start your shopping early for healthier options!

Start the kitchen at the same time (more). Put your smartphone aside along with the many delivery applications that are available. To assist you in making some lifestyle adjustments, take the additional step of learning more about the healthful supper that the Prophet Muhammad enjoyed.



playing badminton, swimming, golf, or running. Whatever sport or exercise you enjoy participating in, Ramadan is not the time to fully quit.

Instead, make a plan and set aside time to either adapt your schedule or switch to a less demanding timetable. Use your body’s capacity as a guide if you’re planning to use Ramadan as a spur-of-the-moment opportunity to start becoming active. Aim to maintain a regular activity level without needlessly taxing your body on the first day—or any other day, for that matter!


It is beneficial to have fewer outside distractions during your daily prayer so that you can draw closer to Allah. It doesn’t have to be a separate area reserved only for meditation and prayer. Even so, picking a location free of common household distractions like the TV or areas used for other family activities might be helpful.
To find such a space, the early decluttering procedure might be helpful. To avoid disturbing the quiet time of worship, there must be enough room nearby to set prayer mats, the Quran, prayer beads, and other necessities. Additionally, adding a second lamp to the room to make it brighter could produce a cozier atmosphere that promotes mental clarity and maximum concentration.


The aforementioned considerations make it clear that preparing for Ramadan does not begin the day before or on the first day of Ramadan. In fact, it is suggested that you get started right away because the entire month of Shaban is devoted to that. The Muslim Pro app, available on smartphones, contains the functionality you need to support your everyday devotion. The simplicity of not needing to distribute a tangible Quran or prayer bead is one aspect.
This would undoubtedly also be a fantastic moment to download the Muslim Pro app and check out even more fantastic features. You may share and interact with the greater Muslim Pro family by making intelligent comments on articles, like the one you are reading right now, on the Muslim Pro Connect website.


For those annual Iftars, reservations fill up rather rapidly. Keep the blessings in mind! Send out the invitations and invites right now.


Decide on three objectives you want to accomplish before the end of Ramadan, and begin practicing on them a few days before the month starts. This could involve managing your temper, refraining from backbiting, making more calls to your parents, or maintaining a tidy home.


Start getting ready for Suhur now by rising earlier, changing meal timings, etc., so that you are prepared to start the auspicious month on Day One later this week.


When the month arrives, you should express gladness and gratitude to God.


It’s crucial to follow the rules of fasting to avoid jeopardizing your fasts. Study the fasting practices of the Prophet Muhammad. The best approach is that. In addition to eating and drinking during the fast, harsh language and improper behavior can also ruin the fast.


Today, millions of people struggle with extreme unemployment, crippling debts, anguish, a lack of opportunity for higher education, poverty, starvation, and a lack of clean water. We have a toll at our disposal during this Ramadan to keep up the fight against these social ills: Zakat. Zakat has the power to end poverty, hunger, and thirst. This article will be helping you about EFFECTS OF GIVING ZAKAT ON SOCIETY.

Zakat offers several local, national, and international solutions with a focus on reducing poverty. It is a very potent institution that can help communities all across the world thrive sustainability. Every year, it is thought that between  $200 billion and $2 trillion worth of zakat is produced and distributed globally.

But are you aware of the impact your zakat donation has?



According to the UN, poverty is when you live on $1.90 a day. 

But not all forms of poverty are material. Lack of access to safe drinking water, healthcare, prescription drugs, shelter, food, denial of opportunities, violation of one’s right to human dignity, lack of resources preventing one from participating in society, lack of access to land for growing food, insecurity, and vulnerability to violence are all examples of poverty.


  • 10% of people worldwide made less than $2 each day
  • There are over 700 million extremely poor people.
  • In most regions, the bulk of persons impacted are women, children, and young people.
  • In the world, 85% of people survive on less than $30 each day.
  • The majority of under-five fatalities are brought on by curable illnesses like malaria, pneumonia, and diarrhea that are brought on by starvation, tainted water, and poor sanitation.
  • More than 63 million kids between the ages of 6 and 11 do not attend school. There is a chance that this issue will later on grow worse.
  • Today, almost 9% of the world’s population still defecates in the open, contaminating food and water sources.




The following are a few of the social and financial advantages of zakat:


  • It offers those who might otherwise feel forlorn hope.
  • Wealth redistribution.
  • Establishes and upholds human dignity.
  • Creates relationships on a local, national, and international level.
  • Decreases poverty.
  • Financial assistance for clothing, food, and shelter.
  • Support and assistance for heavily indebted people.
  • It stops the destitute from using illegitimate or illegal methods to make a living.
  • It aids in bridging the wealth gap and the poverty gap.
  • Encourages generosity and selflessness.
  • Prevents the accumulation of riches.
  • Raises awareness of pertinent issues in your community and around the world.
  • Eliminates interpersonal disputes.
  • Creates a community of ownership.
  • The creation of social security.

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Consider the word “dignity”. Everyone has a right to dignity and their self-respect. Islam does not support begging, as it reduces the level of self-respect in one’s own eyes. Islam aims to make things right before anyone has to start begging. The fact that Islam places a high value on human dignity is one of its most significant characteristics. Zakar distribution does not equate to giving the needy charity. Zakat is an effective instrument to re-distribute wealth to those who are most in need, many of whom are living in poverty through no fault of their own but because of tragic circumstances, such as war, lack of resources, and consequential constraints. Many people even kids are compelled to report to world early at the expense of skipping their school,

Zakat is more than just charitable contributions. Much more than that is involved. In essence, zakat is a percentage of one’s wealth that is legally paid to those who are entitled to it and fulfills the threshold. According to our prophetic traditions, the giver should extend their hand under it while donating to charity, and the one receiving it should place their hand over yours to accept it. This simple action curbs arrogance and a sense of entitlement. Since it is their right, it protects the recipient’s ability to regain and uphold their dignity. Zakat is the mechanism in Islam that makes community sustenance possible  



Some people choose to make their Zakat donations informally, among themselves, which is fantastic and strongly encouraged!

There is also a potent method of distributing your Zakat through renowned and trustworthy institutions.

This was all about EFFECTS OF GIVING ZAKAT ON SOCIETY. If you have any suggestion or question, just comment below.


Indeed reciting the holy Quran is believed to be one of the holiest acts for Muslims. So let’s find the 10 benefits of reciting the Quran

1)It calms the heart

Allah SWT says in Quran 13:28 Allah(SWT) says “verily with the remembrance of Allah, do heart find peace” Quran (13:28)

Each letter recited is worth ten rewards

The prophet(SAW) said alif-ا laam- ل‎  and meem-م is not one letter, rather Alif is one letter, laam is one letter, and meem is one letter. So for reciting alif-ا laam-م‎  meem-م alone, you have 30 rewards! imagine reciting an entire chapter! There will be so many reward

2)It draws a person closer to Allah SWT

Allah’s words and message are included in the Qur’an. Recite and read Allah’s verses if you desire to be near to him.


3)Quranic knowledge increases one’s rank

Someone who is loyal to the Qur’an heard what the prophet (SAW) had to say. Read aloud and repeat like you would in Dunya. The verse you speak last will determine your rating. Therefore, you will advance in rank the more you repeat.

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4)The Qur’an will act as its companions’ intercessor.

Read the Qur’an, the prophet (SAW) advised, for it will undoubtedly appear on the Day of Judgment and intercede for its followers. So who are the Qur’anic companions? those who commit themselves to the Qur’an. those who continuously and continuously recite the Qur’an.

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5)Expert or not, there’s always a reward for you

The Prophet(SAW) said an expert with Qur’an will be with a noble righteous scribe (the angels). And he who struggles while reciting finds it difficult has double rewards. Either way, you are a gainer!

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6)Source of direction and light in our daily life

Among many other things, the Quran is a manual on how to avoid calamities in life. To prepare them to be respectable adults and stay away from pressures in their lives, both Muslims and non-Muslims should, in my opinion, teach all children and teenagers what is prescribed for us.


7)Quran is a source of Light and Direction in Everyday Life

Among many other things, the Quran is a manual on how to avoid calamities in life. To prepare them to be respectable adults and stay away from pressures in their lives, both Muslims and non-Muslims should, in my opinion, teach all children and teenagers what is prescribed for us.


8)Soul and Body Healing

You can heal your body and soul by reciting the Holy Quran, which is one of its advantages. In the Qur’an, Allah the Almighty states:

“And We send down the Quran that which is healing and mercy for the believers, but it does not increase the wrongdoers except in loss.” [Quran, 17: 82]

9)Defending oneself against the trials of life

In addition to the previously mentioned factors, reciting the Quran while considering its contents and applying them to one’s life aids a Muslim in the remaining firm in the face of difficulties. In the Qur’an, Allah the Almighty states:

“And those who disbelieve say, “Why was the Quran (standardize the words and transliterated terms you use like Quran, PBHU or saw, etc.) not revealed to him all at once?” Thus [it is] that We may strengthen your heart. And We have spaced it distinctly.” [Quran, 25: 32]

10)Mindset adjustment

Along with the significance of reciting the Holy Quran every day, you should also modify your outlook in order to avoid erring as a result of life’s changes.

It was all about BENEFITS OF RECITING QURAN, if you wanna become successful in life, make it habit to recite Quran daily.

How to build a wordpress website for Your Masjid

This article is a complete guide about,How to build a WordPress website for Your Masjid. Websites for mosques or madrassas should exist. The greatest approach to establishing an online presence and letting the neighborhood know about forthcoming religious activities, classes, workshops, or other kinds of notifications is through social media. The process of creating websites has been made as simple as possible thanks to the efforts of developers. This article explains how to create a website for a mosque or masjid for those who have never created a website before


1. Deciding website Name

Selecting a successful website name isn’t that difficult. You’re likely to make a good impression as long as you do your research, keep true to your Masjid name, and choose something approachable.


2. Choose domain & hosting platform

One of the most important decisions you’ll make as a website owner is selecting a domain name. Your brand’s reputation may suffer if you make a poor decision.

Customers may perceive a long URL as a warning sign. Additionally, users might be less likely to visit your website again if it’s difficult to remember. Your domain name should be brief and memorable as a result.

Look at domains with extensions other if you have trouble finding one you like.

Additionally, there are general extensions like. online,.the site, and. space that can be used for any type of business.

The second most important element is hosting. There are numerous hosting alternatives, which can be perplexing.

One benefit of hosting is that most plans may expand along with your company. Start with a low-cost plan and upgrade when your website gains more traffic.

For instance, Namecheap’s EasyWP Turbo managed WordPress package has enough storage for practically any website and supports sites with up to 200,000 monthly visitors. If the amount of traffic to your website rises, you can upgrade to the EasyWP Supersonic plan.


3. Deciding Features of Masajid website

Deciding the features for your Masajid website can be a crucial yet most important step. It will consist of deep research. You have to look into the already running websites and see what important features they are using. Make sure to stay unique and versatile. Try to find the gap (features that are not present in other websites and you can add to your website to make it more reachable)

4. Install WordPress

How to build a wordpress website for Your Masjid

The simplicity of installation makes WordPress popular. In most cases, installing WordPress is a relatively straightforward process that takes no longer than five minutes.

  • If you haven’t already, download and unzip the WordPress package.
  • On your web server, create a database for WordPress and a user with full access and modification rights in MySQL (or MariaDB).
  • The WordPress files should be uploaded to the appropriate directory on your web server.
  • By typing the URL into a web browser, launch the WordPress installation script.

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5. Themes & Plugins

By typing the URL into a web browser, launch the WordPress installation script.

  1. Click Plugins > Add new in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Use the search box in the upper right corner to look for a plugin. Several results will show up.
  3. Click Install Now after locating the plugin in the results. The name of the plugin can be clicked to get more information about it.

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6. Decide the language of the website

It appears that the default decision is to choose the user’s language based on the nation they are in, which is determined by their IP address. Even if English speakers can use this,

In fact, it is predicated on the idea that each country has a single language that is used by all of its citizens as their primary language (or at all).

Simply right-click on the webpage and select “View Page Source” to learn what languages are used to create the website. You will then have access to the Website’s relevant code. You must be familiar with the language(s) in question if you want to comprehend what technology and language were used to construct the website.


7. Create Your Muslim Website Content

Numerous Muslims use the Internet to learn about Islam and its teachings; they obtain this knowledge from Islamic websites that contain information on the relevant subject. For the purpose of disseminating accurate information about Islam and Sharia law, many people also desire to contribute to this online Islamic community.

Talk about different yet authentic topics with references and use your own wording to avoid plagiarism. Don’t forget to do proper SEO so that your website can rank and be visible top of searches

8. Adding Content and Images

Add images to make your website attractive but don’t forget relevancy. Your images should complement your content. And Should be related to Islam. Try to select pictures from copyright-free websites to avoid copyright issues in the future.


9. Launch website

Last but not least. Launch your website. Try to use all the Social media platforms as this era is of social media and huge traffic could be diverted to websites using the power of SEO and social media marketing.

10. Conclusion

Referring to all the points discussed above, it’s so important to keep in mind that we are living in the era of technology and as Muslims, it’s our mere responsibility to spread knowledge as much as possible. So every masjid should have a website so that it’s easy for the people to learn things in a more convenient and easy way.

This was all about, How you can build a wordpress website for Your Masjid.


Top Muslim Festivals 2022

As we all know festivals are days used to remember a specific day or event. While there are so many different festivals celebrated by Muslims all around the world but today we are going to focus on the top/main Muslim festivals that are celebrated all around the world.

Here are Top Muslim Festivals

1)Eid ul Fitr

Top Muslim Festivals
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The major Muslim holiday, Eid ul Fitr, which literally translates as “festival of breaking the fast,” is observed by Muslims all around the world. At the conclusion of Ramadan, a holy month, the feast is observed. Muslims believe that Ramadan teaches them self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and empathy for the less fortunate. Additionally, it promotes charitable giving and required giving. In the Shawwal month, Muslims commemorate Eid-ul-Fitr. On this day, they say extra prayers.

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2)Eid ul Adha 

Because the Day of Sacrifice is the culmination of the Hajj or Pilgrimage, the fifth pillar of Islam, Eid al-Adha has a unique significance. Only those men and women who are physically and financially capable of performing it once in their lives are required to make this annual pilgrimage to Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia.


3) Islamic new year

The day that heralds the start of a new lunar Hijri year and is the day on which the year count is increased is known as the Islamic New Year, also known as the Hijri New Year or Arabic New Year. Most Muslims mark the first day of the month of Muharram as the start of the Islamic year. The Hijrah, or the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. and his followers’ migration from Mecca to Medina, which corresponds to 622 CE in the Gregorian calendar, was chosen as the epoch (the reference date) of the Islamic period.

4)Milad ul nabi

Milad ul nabi is the celebration of the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, which falls on the third day of the Islamic month of Rabi al-Awwal. The majority of Sunni academics recognize the date of the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal, whereas the majority of Shia scholars accept the date of the 17th of Rabi’ al-Awwal.

The origins of this holiday can be traced back to the early days of Islam when some of the Tabi’un started to host sessions during which crowds were entertained with poetry and songs dedicated to Muhammad. According to legend, Muzaffar al-Din Gökböri (d. 630/1233), the first Muslim king, celebrated the birth of Muhammad in a formal manner with a grand event.

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The ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is commemorated by Muslims all over the world as a time for prayer, fasting (sawm), introspection, and community. The annual Ramadan observance, which marks the anniversary of Muhammad’s first revelation, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next for a period of twenty-nine to thirty days.

All adult Muslims who are not terminally or chronically ill, travelling, old, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruation are required to fast from sunrise to sunset. Suhur, the meal eaten before dawn, and iftar, the meal eaten at sunset to break the fast, are the two terms used.


How to develop an android app in 2022


Android is the most popular mobile operating system used by millions of people around the world. It’s an open-source platform that allows developers to make their apps from scratch or use existing ones as templates. Android App Development has become a very common trend among software developers who know coding languages, frameworks, and libraries for building apps on this operating system. In this post, we will learn how to develop an android app in 2022

Android App Development

Android app development is the process of developing an application for the android platform. Android is a mobile operating system which is developed by Google. Android app development involves creating an application using android SDK and publishing it in Play Store.

Android SDK (software development kit) is a set of tools and APIs that helps in creating apps for the android platform.

Android Devices

The following is a list of Android devices that are used for Android app development:

  • Google Pixel 2 XL
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
  • Sony Xperia XZ3

Android Programming, Languages, and IDE

Android programming, like any other non-trivial programming language, comprises thousands of small building blocks. If you are new to the world of Android development, it can seem overwhelming at first. In this article, I’ll give you a high-level overview of what you need to know to get started with Android development.

Before we dive into the details, let’s take a quick look at some important concepts:

  • Java is the programming language used by Android and other platforms. It’s a general-purpose programming language that has been around since 1995 and continues to evolve today (and will continue beyond 2022).
  • A cross-platform programming language allows developers to write code once for multiple operating systems (e.g., Windows or macOS) instead of having different versions for each platform; this makes it easier for developers since they don’t have to spend time writing separate versions for each OS but only focus on one version instead – which means less work overall!
  • High-level languages are easier than low-level ones because their syntax isn’t as complex – meaning there aren’t as many things that need to be learned before being able to use them effectively which makes them suitable

Core Java Concepts

Core Java concepts are important for android app development. They can be used to develop android apps without any additional effort.

Core Java is a high-level language and it is used by all the developers in the world who want to create an Android application. Core java teaches you how to develop an Android application from scratch and make them user-friendly so that anyone can use it easily without any difficulty.

These days, many companies are using core Java for developing their mobile applications because of its advantages over other programming languages like JavaScript, C++, C#, etc., which makes it easier for them to develop their mobile applications as well as hire core Java developers as they do not have much knowledge about other programming languages according

Kotlin, a programming language for Android Development

Kotlin is a programming language for android development. It is a statically typed programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Kotlin was developed by JetBrains and released in 2012 as an open-source project. The syntax of Kotlin is very similar to Scala, which also runs on JVM and there are many functionalities like lambdas and higher-order functions available in Kotlin.

Kotlin can be used to write programs both server-side as well as client-side. You can use it for Android development or you can use it for developing any other application such as web applications, desktop applications, etc.,

OOPS concepts in Kotlin

OOPS concepts in Kotlin, Java, and other programming languages

Kotlin is a statically-typed programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine and also can be compiled into JavaScript source code or uses the LLVM compiler infrastructure. The name comes from Kotlin Island in Russia, off the coast of Finland. It’s a modern object-oriented language with features that are similar to Scala, Groovy, and Swift. Kotlin was created by JetBrains, which also makes IntelliJ IDEA IDE (Integrated Development Environment), Android Studio as well as ReSharper — an add-in for Visual Studio which helps developers with productivity improvements.

Developers have been talking about OOPs(Object Oriented Programming) in recent years but few know what it means or why it has become so popular today? This article will give you an overview of what OOPS is along with some examples of its use cases.

Tech these 11 duas to your kids

Working with Git Bash and Github

Git Bash is an open-source terminal emulator for Windows, and it is also known as Git Shell.

Git Bash is a command line tool that helps you to manage source codes, files, and directories.

You can use the Git bash for:

  • Creating a new repository on Github
  • Uploading files to a remote server
  • Managing your local repository in Github

SQLite Database and SQL Programming Concepts

SQLite is a relational database management system. It is a self-contained, serverless database engine. SQLite is a single-file database. As it stores all its data in a single file, it makes the use of SQLite easier than other databases as no additional software needs to be installed on your computer or device that hosts your application.

SQLite also supports transactions which makes it one of the fastest and most reliable databases currently available for mobile devices because each transaction can be rolled back if something goes wrong during execution. This feature allows us to develop robust applications without worrying about crashing or losing any data while performing multiple operations simultaneously without any delay in response time between them due to locking issues between various threads working concurrently on different tasks at once!

App Architecture, Components, and Design Patterns

In this section, you will learn the following:

  • App Architecture
  • Components and Design Patterns
  • Android Architecture Components

 how to develop an android app in 2022.

Android app is a lucrative career option that can lead to a successful career in technology or software development. It is also a challenging career option as it requires a lot of hard work and dedication from your side to be successful as an android developer.

Android App Development is one of the most growing career options for youngsters nowadays because it has become very popular among people of all ages and from different backgrounds, who want to make their apps for their own needs or for some other purpose like personal uses or business purposes etc., which makes it fun too!


So, if you are looking for a career in Android app development or just want to explore your interest in it, then this is the best time to do so. We have covered all the important topics related to Android development in this article. You can also check out our other articles on various programming languages such as Kotlin, Java, and others. If you have any questions or doubts regarding this topic then please feel free to comment below.

11 Duas To Teach Your Kids

The blessing of Allah is children. The biggest satisfaction a parent can have is holding their child in their arms. However, we cannot ignore that raising them is a huge duty and difficulty for parents. Here we have Duas To Teach Your Kids for a better future. In the modern world, it takes enormous work to raise your children according to Islamic teachings.

For our children to continue the Islamic inheritance and transmit it to future generations, it is our duty as parents to provide for their needs. Parents should teach their young children brief passages from the Quran as soon as they can speak so that they might develop this habit from an early age.


Ironically, we teach our kids “A for Apple” and “twinkle twinkle” from the moment they can speak, yet we never worry about teaching them any simple surahs, the first Kalimah, or other essential duaas for youngsters.


Sadly, generationally, this mindset grows stronger. Don’t expect your child to be religious toward his child in the future if you haven’t taught him the duaas for children or the fundamentals of Islam.


Parents can teach their toddlers, for instance, to say Bismillah before eating or beginning any activity, Allah-o-Akbar when ascending stairs, and Subhan Allah when they come across anything alluring. Prepare yourselves as we are about to share 11 duaas for you to teach your children at home.

Educate your Children in Various Duaas

A clear illustration is how much more anxious you are about teaching the Quran to your child than your parents were about teaching you the verses!


Sisters! It’s your responsibility to teach your child Islam (and brothers, too). If you cannot teach your children the Quran and other Islamic subjects on your own, you should employ a tutor for them.


Islam is the way of life if we are talking about Islamic teachings and ideals. There are verses from the Quran, Hadiths, and duaas on every aspect of life. There are Duas for things like going somewhere, learning something, eating, sleeping, waking up, and many more.


Pay close attention to your kids. Make your child memorize short duaas for children as a simple but effective activity. Numerous brief daytime and nighttime duaas are simple for children to remember. Below are a few simple duaas for kids:


1- Duas for studying and exams


For tests and surveys, there are several different duaas. The greatest course of action is to have your youngster regularly recite surah Alm Nashrah after memorizing it. For school-age children, Surah Alm Nashrah and Surah Taha verse 25–28 are both recommended. Children who struggle with speaking fluency or stammering may also find the ayat from Surah Taha beneficial.


رَبِّ اشْرَحْ لِي صَدْرِي وَيَسِّرْ لِي أَمْرِي وَاحْلُلْ عُقْدَةً مِّن لِّسَانِي يَفْقَهُوا قَوْلِي


“O, my Lord! Open my chest, make my task easy, and loose the knot from my tongue, so they understand my speech.” (Surah Taaha verse 25-28)


2- Dua Before Leaving the House:


بِسْمِ اللهِ ، تَوَكَّلْتُ عَلَى اللهِ وَلَا حَوْلَ وَلَا قُوَّةَ إِلَّا بِاللهِ


“In the name of Allah, I place my trust in Allah, and there is no might nor power except with Allah.”

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3- Duas after Sneezing:

When one of you sneezes, he should say:

 الْحَمْدُ للهِ

“All praise is for Allah.”

and his brother or companion should say to him:

يَرْحَمُكَ الله

“May Allah have mercy on you.”

And he (the one who sneezed) replies to him.

يَهْدِيكُمُ اللهُ وَيُصْلِحُ بَالَكُمْ

“May Allah guide you and rectify your condition.”

4- Dua Before going to the washroom

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنَ الْخُبُثِ وَالْخَبَائِثِ

“O Allah, I seek refuge with you from all evil and evil-doers.”

5- Duas After using the bathroom


“(O Allah) I seek forgiveness and pardon from You.”

Or you can also memorize this one:

الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ الَّذِي أَذْهَبَ عَنِّي الْأَذَى وَعَافَانِي

“Praise be to Allah, who removed the difficulty from me and gave me ease (relief).”

6- Dua Before Eating

One of the eating manners that Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w) practiced and advised was reciting duas before and after meals.

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ وَعَلَى بَرَكَةِ اللَّهِ

“In the name of Allah and with the blessings of Allah, I begin (eating)”.

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7- Dua For kids After Eating

الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ الَّذِي أَطْعَمَنَا وَسَقَانَا وَجَعَلَنَا مِنَ الْمُسْلِمِينَ

“All praise belongs to Allah, who fed us, quenched our thirst, and made us Muslims.”

8- Duas For Children when waking up

الْحَمْدُ للهِ الَّذِي أَحْيَانَا بَعْدَ مَا أَمَاتَنَا وَإِلَيْهِ النُّشُورُ

“Praise is to Allah Who gives us life after He has caused us to die and to Him is the return.”

9- Muslims Kids Dua Before Sleeping

بِاسْمِكَ اللَّهُمَّ أَمُوتُ وَأَحْيَا 

With Your name, O Allah, I die, and I live.

10- Dua for pious children:

رَبَّنَا هَبْ لَنَا مِنْ أَزْوَاجِنَا وَذُرِّيَّاتِنَا قُرَّةَ أَعْيُنٍ وَاجْعَلْنَا لِلْمُتَّقِينَ إِمَامًا

“Our Lord! Bless us with pious spouses and offspring who will be the joy of our hearts, and make us models for the righteous.” (Surah Al-Furqan, 25:74)

11- Dua for children’s success

Prophet Ibrahim a.s. made this Dua, asking Allah s.w.t. to bless him with righteous offspring. 

رَبِّ هَبْ لِي مِنَ الصَّالِحِينَ

“My Lord! Bless me with righteous offspring.” (Surah As-Saffat, 37:100)

It was all about Duas To Teach Your Kids. Every Muslim should follow these Duas To Teach Your Kids.