Muslims all around the world face towards the Kaaba (in Makkah, Saudi Arabia) while performing prayers.
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People have introduced many innovations having to
do with protection against the evil eye, and they
believe that they ward off its evil and the evil of envy.
Even before her famous marriage to the Prophet Muhammad , Khadija b. Khuwaylid was an important figure in her own right, being a successful merchant and one of the elite figures of Makkah. She played a central role in supporting and propagating the new faith of Islam and has the distinction of being the first Muslim.
Bid'ah (innovation) in Islam is defined as any invented way in religion that is aimed at worshipping or drawing closer to Allaah . This means anything that is not referred to specifically in Sharee'ah, and for which there is no evidence (daleel) in the Qur'aan or Sunnah, and which was not known at the time of the Prophet and his Companions. At the same time, it is quite obvious that this definition of religious inventions or innovations, which are condemned, does not include worldly inventions [such as cars and washing machines, etc. - Translator].
The nights of both Eid are described in the Hadeeth as amongst the great and sacred nights in the Muslim calendar. To remain awake on the nights of Eid and perform ibaadah is a source of great virtue and reward.
Tafseer of the hadith of six rights of every Muslim by Ash-Shaikh 'Abdur-Rahmaan As-Sa'dee
An article taken from the book "A brief illustrated guide to understanding Islam" by I. A. Ibrahim which talks about what the Muslim view is of Hazrat Isa (Jesus) .
An article describing the viewpoint of Islam on smoking cigarettes.
An excerpt explaining the treatment for wounds and cuts in the time of the Prophet Muhammad . Taken from the book The Prophetic Medicine by Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziyah.
An article taken from the book The World of The Angels by Shaykh Abdul-Hamid Kishk which talks about the angels named Munkar and Nakir who are in charge of the trial of the grave.
An extract from the book "The Quran & Modern Science: Compatible or Incompatible" by Dr. Zakir Naik. This article discusses how The Quran talks about plants having male and females and how everything is made in pairs.