Do you feel like you can hardly keep wudu’?
Do you feel your purity is imperfect?
Do you feel like you passed something?
Do you run back and forth to the toilet?
Do you spend a long time in the bathroom?
Do you repeat wudu’ and wash over and over?
Do you repeat your salah, or sujud, or ruku’ and still never feel like you’ve completed your prayer?
Do these insinuations plague you EVERY SINGLE DAY?
TODAY IS THE DAY YOU WILL START TO BREAK THIS VICOUS CYCLE IN SHA ALLAH.
Allah gave us a SOLUTION, alhamdulillah.
Listen carefully, Sheikh Haitham explains in this video:
And Allah knows best.
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May Allah The All-Able grant us victory over the devil. Allah destroy the devils plots. Allah cure us all. May Allah accept our ibadah, and enter us into Jannat al-Firdaus. Wasallallahu alaa nabiyyinaa Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Amin
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Guess what, it’s December again and we’re fast approaching the holiday period.
So we’re all dazzled by the funky lights, surrounded by lofty pine trees, bombarded with special offers and advertisements and perhaps even, confronted by some big old man in a red hat and suit… and ho, ho, how has this got anything to do with this post? Well, I’m getting to it : ]
Now since we are in Britain, and it has traditionally been known as a Christian country, Christmas day, i.e. 25 December is considered a national holiday. You can argue all you want that its been commercialised and it’s no longer a religious thing, but my friend, that’s not the point.
Let’s have a look at the history of Christmas:
According to Britannica Encyclopaedia, Christmas has become a Christian festival where Christians believe they…
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