Islam is not just a religion but in fact it is a way of living. As the relation of Man and Allah the almighty and our duties towards his dignity have the utmost importance in Islam, the duties towards mankind are also described in a comprehensive manner in Quran and Hadees.
Muslims are instructed to praise Allah through different tasbeehat in the first ten days of Dhul-Hajj. If Muslim will worship Allah excessively in such days then they will be surely love to celebrate the greatest Eid with the same charm like “Choti Eid” happiness.
We Muslims need to stand up for Muslims Brotherhood by the 47 Islamic countries within the world for our Rohingya Muslims. We just need to put aside the disputes within us over the sects, language, customs and traditions and beyond groups just under the banner of Islam.
There is a bigger misconception regarding Islam and many specially in the west believe that Islam supports violence. This is certainly wrong concept and the teachings of Islam forbid violence and always support peace in the world for humanity.
Namaz is the most important prays for Muslims. As per the teachings of Islam, It is the duty of every Muslim men and women to offer Namaz five times a day while following the way which is told in Quran and Hadees. As a Muslim it is our faith that everything happening in the world is done by Allah and nothing can be done without his will. Allah has given us countless blessings and thanksgivings.
The month Muharram is basically satire on Karbala mourns in which the most respective grandsons of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) were martyred to keep the name of Islam High till the last Day of Judgment.
Laylat al Qadr (or the Night of Power) is said to be one of the odd numbered nights in the last 10 days of Ramadan on which verses from the Holy Quran were revealed to the Last Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Christmas is a festival which is celebrated in all over the world. It is celebrated on 25th December every year. Christians consider this day as advent of Jesus and day of second coming of Jesus. On this occasion people exchange gifts with one another to share happiness.