This is a video review of the Sound Vision production "Let's Pray", which focuses on teaching young Muslims, in particular, how to perform the daily Islamic prayers, as well as make Wudu, the ablution made before each of them.
The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, said, "There is nothing more dear to Allah than a servant making Dua to Him." With this in mind, we offer these easy ways to revive the practice of Dua in our lives.
Once Prophet Muhammad passed by a people who were suffering from some affliction. "Why don't they make dua (pray ) to Allah for protection," he said. With all the suffering and disasters Muslims are facing in various parts of the world, the question can be directed to all of us today.
Prayer is a key element of the Eid-ul-Adha holiday. However, there is often confusion about how it should be performed because it is only offered once a year. This clear, concise guide can help explain how to perform this important ritual.
It's hard enough getting the kids out of bed to get to school on time. But do you ever wonder how some parents get their kids to pray Fajr during school days and get to school on time? Well, it's not so impossible.
With this sample letter, Muslim parents can communicate effectively with their children's public school teachers when it comes to seeking general or particular religious accommodations, including but not limited to finding a space to offer prayers.
Participation in school boards or their meetings give Muslim parents the opportunity to influence and represent the needs of Muslim kids in more schools. Students can also make demands that are within reasonable limits, which do not infringe on others' rights.
Sound Vision aims to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with emphasis on youth.
Sound Vision would like to see Muslims achieve their full potential as dynamic and creative individuals, who are comfortable with themselves and their environment.
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