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al-Hamd - Praise

Contents > Apparent Worship of the Tongue and Limbs > Praise

You must praise Allah. Allah says in the opening chapter of the Qur’an,

“All the praises and thanks are to Allah, the Lord of the Alameen (mankind, jinn and all that exists).” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Faatihah, 1: 2

And,

“and say: "All praise is due to Allah, who begets no offspring, and has no partner in His dominion, and has no weakness, and therefore no need of any aid" -and [thus] extol His limitless greatness.” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Israa, 17: 111

Also on the authority of Abu Dharr (ra):

“Some people from amongst the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), “O Messenger of Allah, the affluent have made off with the rewards; they pray as we pray, they fast as we fast, and they give [much] in charity by virtue of their wealth.” He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “Has not Allah made things for you to give in charity? Truly every tasbeehah [saying: ‘subhan-Allah’] is a charity, and every takbeerah [saying: ‘Allahu akbar’] is a charity, and every tahmeedah [saying: ‘al-hamdu lillah’] is a charity, and every tahleelah [saying: ‘laa ilaha illal Allah’] is a charity. And commanding the good is a charity, and forbidding an evil is a charity, and in the bud’i [sexual act] of each one of you there is a charity.” Saheeh al-Muslim








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1. Thankfulness

You must be thankful to Allah for all his blessings upon you.

2. Praise

You must praise Allah.

3. Remembrance

You should invoke Allah (or remember him through praise and glorification or other acts of worship).

4. Glorifying Allah

You should glorify Allah.

5. Supplication

You must supplicate to or ask Allah only. Du’a is supplication; calling and asking Allah (swt) it is a ritual act that cannot be performed to anyone else nor via anyone or anything else (even Muhammad) i.e. nor by intercession but rather must be directl

6. Necessary knowledge

You must seek the necessary knowledge

7. Respecting Scholars

You should respect the scholars

8. Seeking the ruling of actions

You must seek the divine rule for all your actions.

9. Action

You must practice the Deen of Islam.

10. Good Deeds

You must do good deeds.

11. Exerting effort in obedience

You should exert the utmost effort to perfect your ritual acts.

12. Respecting the Qur’an.

You must respect the Qur’an.

13. Purity

You should know about ritual cleanliness.

14. Bathing

You must know how to perform the ritual bathing or purification from ceremonial impurity for your body.

15. Ablution

You must know how to perform the ritual ablution or purification from the lesser ceremonial impurity for your worship.

16. Prayer

You must know how to perform prayer.

17. Alms

You must know that giving alms (Zakat) is obligatory.

18. Fasting

You must know how to perform ritual fasting.

19. Pilgrimage

You must know that to perform ritual pilgrimage is obligatory.

20. Prayer during impurity

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to pray in a state of big ritual impurity.

21. Fasting during impurity

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim to fast in a state of big ritual impurity.

22. Prayer during menses

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim woman to pray during menstruation.

23. Fasting during menses

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim woman to fast during menstruation.

24. Prayer during post-natal bleeding

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim woman to pray just after giving birth until she stops bleeding.

25. Fasting furing post-natal bleeding

You must know that it is forbidden for a Muslim woman to fast just after giving birth until she stops bleeding.

26. Co-operating in good deeds

You must co-operate in good deeds and in worship.