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​'Basmalah' or 'Bismillah' is a phrase to mention God (Allah) before beginning any action or speech. It is a powerful phrase that completes our actions and adds immense reward and Barakah to everything that follows it.By saying, 'Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem' الرَّحِيْمِ الرَّحْمٰنِ اللهِ بِسْمِ (meaning, "In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful."), you are consciously asking Allah to be with you during the task, speech or action that you are about to perform. Imagine having a difficult task or exam ahead of you and you are unprepared or simply nervous; who do you call or ask for help? None other than The Most Powerful, The Most High, Allah. Imagine, the task gets easy and you get an immense reward and extreme barakah.There are numerous benefits of saying 'Bismillah.' 
Meet: Nafisa N. Fun Facts Age: 34 Location: USA Student Since: 2012 Courses: Quran for Adults What inspired you to start classes? The biggest motivati...
​If we ask ourselves how we are engaging with the Quran on a daily basis, for most it would be in prayer. If we maintain the bare minimum of our obligatory acts, we are reciting multiple passages from the Quran at least 5 times a day. And yet sometimes we might find that we are not feeling the barakah in our day to day lives. As with anything in life, and more so when it concerns the afterlife, we must be proactive with our efforts.Here are 5 ways to maintain a healthy and multidimensional Quran habit in your life:
Fact 1: 80% of the world's Muslims are non-Arabs and most of them do not know any Arabic . Fact 2: Arab Muslims who have grown up in non-Arab environm...
Meet: Younus M. Fun Facts Age: 12 Location: UK Student Since: 2015 Courses: Ijaazah Program How do you feel Younus progressed through the program? He ...
​The Internet has done a tremendous amount for the human race. It would be impossible to list all the ways it has improved lives for so many people all over the world in some shape or form. However, it has also led to a lifestyle change that is really detrimental, and that is our reduction in physical activity. We're living in times that don't necessitate much movement for even basic day-to-day things. You can get groceries delivered to your home, pay bills online and even pursue an education without leaving your bedroom. As the world continues to become more and more technologically advanced (and dependant) we need to pay more attention to the habits we are forming.Alhamdulillah, we have been blessed with Guidance on everything. There is plenty of timeless advice in the Quran and Sunnah, but I will focus on a few golden rules/ reminders that can aid us dealing with the shift.

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