This is the term mentioned in Qur’an for followers of all divine religions prior to Islam, prompting Muslims to offer due respect and honor to them as well. This term is not made specific for followers of any one Prophet of Allah Almighty, but it is a generalized reference of Quran to people having faith in Allah and following instructions of Prophets (those who were bestowed with a Holy Scripture to follow) of their times.
AR RAHMAN i invoke and call you by all your beautiful names,i am not GOD,i beg you for forgivenesssafety,kindness,mercy,raza,help, to take an easy reckoning, save me from the hellfire,from the torment of the grave from the angels of wrath from the azab of hashr from badnaseeb ,curses,devils. to grant me jannatulfirdose a khushnaseeb to save me from every wrath , najaat dilade is zillat ki zindagi se AL MUJIB,apne arsh ke saye mein meri panahga banade i fear you and your wrath,breakidols…
Favorite foods of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) wa Allahu aalam. Islamweb says: 'All the Ahaadeeth mentioned in the picture above are not authentic. For example hadith about mushroom: We have not come across the Hadeeth with the wording “Mushroom is a cure for the eye.”, but there is a Hadeeth which reads: “The truffle is of Manna (i.e. it grows naturally without man's care) and its water is a healing for the eye.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim].'
18 ways to deal with stress! Stress is inevitable. It walks in and out of our lives on a regular basis. And it can easily walk all over us unless we take action. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to minimize and cope with stress. Here are 18 ideas for handling stress without causing more strain and hassle.