we say ya ali
we call out ya ali
we cry out ya ali!
because the prophet called for him
on his last days
tears streaming down his beard
Ali Ali Mawlaaaaa!
1) The entire chapter (Al-Fatiha) is a divine speech, revealed on behalf of His servant, so that he may recite it when he stands to worship his Lord.
2) It is divided in two parts: one for Allah and the other for the servant.
3) It contains, in spite of its brevity, all the Qur’anic wisdom. The Qur’an is a vast treasure of fundamental truths, moral values and the most comprehensive shari’ah which consists of the rules of worship and mutual dealings, as well as the penal and civil codes. Further it is a valuable mine of divine promises and threats, stories of previous peoples as well as parables and moral lessons. But, in spite of this wide scope, all its teachings may be returned to four fundamental truths: the Oneness of God, the prophethood, the resurrection (with all its details), and the guidance of mankind to its bliss in this world as well as the next. Needless to reiterate that this chapter contains all these basic realities in these very short, and at the same time very eloquent, sentence.
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so ive been getting a lot of questions about the islamic apps I use; i thought id make a general post about since many of you seem to be interested.
for those of you who have hand held apple products (ipod, ipad, or iphone), you can get these apps for free from the appstore. yes, as of today (not sure if theyre going to change the price in the future), they are free.
some of the apps are related to duas, supplications, and daily quranic quotes. some of them are just quran apps alone. and one or two of them are apps you can download for your younger siblings, nephews and nieces, or cousins to play with (like the Muslim kids Series app, where you draw the arabic alphabet). and then a few of them help you measure and organize your day to day plans regarding your eeman.
these are the top 10 apps i would probably install (if i had enough memory to store them). again, theyre free, quick to download, and extremelly helpful.
have fun ^_^