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Ans : Yes, we do especially when they get old.
Ans : We should treat them kindly .
Ans : No, we don’t .
Ans : We regard service to them as an act of worship.
Ans : To forgive them and have mercy on them .
Ans : No, we shouldn’t .
Ans : No, we shouldn’t .
Ans : No, we shouldn’t but we remember their up-bringing to us .
Ans : They spent many sleepless nights doing so , and they cared for us and wore themselves out .
Ans : We must remember “ speak to them in gracious words “
Ans : They went hungry themselves.
Ans : They stayed awake at night .
Ans : Yes , we should , all of us do so .
Ans : Yes, there are : working people obey their employers , Teachers obey school authorities , soldiers obey commanding officers .
Ans : They should keep clearly in mind that Allah commands them to love ,respect and obey their parents .
Ans : We should love them from our hearts.
Ans : We should always try to make them happy.
Ans: We must show them love and satisfy their needs .
ans.;We should look after them if they are sick .
and whenever they need our help.
Ans : They receive it from Allah .
Ans : They must obey them in all things .
Ans : The only exception of accommand to sin .
Ans : He said ,”O Allah’s Messenger who is more entitled to my best companionship?
Ans : The Man asked three times and the prophet [PBUH] replied three times .
Ans : The prophet [PBUH] replied “ “Your father “
Ans :He said that Allah has forbidden us from disobeying our parents.
Ans : He said it is one of the major sins .
Ans : Salatul Jumu’ah [The Friday prayer]
Ans : It consists of two rak’ahs .
Ans : It is preceded by The Khutba .
Ans : It brings together a large number of people from different places .
Ans : It increases the sense of Greatness .
Ans : Yes, it is obligatory on every free adult , non travelling , men who don’t have a valid excuse .
Ans : Illness .
Ans : No, It is optional for them .
Ans : She must pray four rak’ ahs of the Dhuhr in the usual manner .
Ans : He or she must also pray the four rak’ahs of the Dhuhr prayer in the usual manner .
Ans : It is a noble and virtuous day .
Ans : It is Friday .
Ans : The prophet [PBUH] said, “ The Sun hasn’t risen on a day better than Friday.
Ans : On it Adam was created, On it he was admitted into paradise and on it he was expelled from it .
Ans : It will not occur on friday.
Ans : They are : 1- Taking a bath [Ghusl]
2- Wearing clean clothes and fragrance .
3- Leaving early to arrive before its time .
4- Not to separate between two people who are sitting .
5- Praying two rak’ ahs before sitting down .
6- Listening attentively when the Imam is giving the Khutbah .
7- Reciting surah al- Kahaf .
8-Invoking Allah’s peace and blessings on the prophet[PBUH]
Ans : He said , “ Taking a bath on friday is a sunna for every Muslim .
Ans : He should perform two rak’ahs briefly .
Ans : They should listen attentively to the Friday sermon and remain silent throughout .
Ans: They are not allowed to even talk to each other quietly.
Ans : The prophet [PBUH] said, “ that the one who tells his [Muslim brother to be quiet , is guilty of idle talk .
Ans : Surat al- Kahf [18th surah of the Quran ] .
Ans : The prophet [PBUH] said, ” whoever recites surah al- kahf on Friday ,what is between the Fridays will be illuminated for him by light .”
Fasting is the fourth pillar of Islam. Fasting is not a new practice, innovation or an invention of Islam. All the previous nations practised fasting long before Islam. Fasting means to abstain from something. In Islams, fasting means to abstain from food, drink and having sex from dawn to sunset for the purpose of obeying and pleasing Allah. There are two kinds of fasting, voluntary fasting and compulsory fasting. The compulsory fasting is in the month of Ramada, the ninth month of the lunar and Hijri calendar. Ramadan is a season of worship and obedience. This is a fact. It is also a season of joy and social occasions when relatives visit each other and invite each other to have breakfast together. The objective is not to have food or drink, but rather it is to see each other, maybe once in a year. Furthermore, Ramadan is the month of the Holy Quran. So, many Muslims listen to and recite the Holy Quran in this month. Many Muslims perform al- Taraweeh prayer, a voluntary prayer of eight Rakat after al- Eisha prayer. So Ramadan is a season of worship and joy which benefits Muslims spiritually and socially.
See part 16 here =>https://www.eaalim.com/download/worship-part-16/
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