Recitation by Muhammad Umar Saeed.
Beautiful Azaan Recitation at Shah Faisal Mosque in Islamabad in the beautiful country of Pakistan.
Recitation by Muhammad Umar Saeed.
A truly inspirational speech by Mufti Menk addressing the issues and concerns the youth of this generation faces. "Lighting the Lantern" lecture series by Mufti Ismail Menk from the Sri Lanka lecture tour December 2013.
Lecture 03 - Youth in a Daze Lost in a Maze.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER -
Mufti Ismail Menk of Zimbabwe commenced hifz at the tender age of nine years and completed at the age of twelve. He studied Arabic, Urdu and the Hanafi Mazhab from a young age with his father Maulana Musa Menk who graduated in Mazahirul Uloom Shahjahanpur under Hazrat Shaikh Maulana Zakaria (Rahmatullahi Alaihi) in the late 1950's.
Having studied the Hanafi Mazhab he then went on to study at the Islamic University of Madinah where he completed a degree in Shariah on the four Mazhabs. Thereafter he joined the Iftah (Mufti) department of Darul Uloom Kantaria in Gujarat, India where he graduated under Mufti Ismail Barkodrah at the end of 1999.
Ever since he has been actively engaged in teaching, lecturing country wide, running of Islamic educational institutes for the under privileged as well as the orphans, construction of Masajid and Madaris, relief work and coordinated dawaah country wide.
Ismail Musa Menk was born in Harare, Zimbabwe. He was tutored by his father who is a well known scholar and Da’ee.
He completed his hifz and recitation courses at an early age and learnt the Arabic and Urdu languages whilst studying Shariah under his father. At the same time he attended an Academic College in Harare where he completed his secondary secular education. He then attained a degree in Shariah from the University of Madinah and later specialised in Iftaa at Darul Uloom Kantharia in Gujarat.
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The Last Sermon of Prophet Muhammad (May the Peace be upon him)
O People! Lend me an attentive ear, for I know not whether after this year I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefore, listen carefully to what I am saying and take these words to those who could not be present here today.
O People! Just as you regard this month, this day, this city as sacred, so regard the life and property of every Muslim a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. Remember that you will indeed meet your Lord, and that he will indeed reckon your deeds.
Allah has forbidden you to take usury; therefore all interest obligations shall henceforth be waived. Your capital is yours to keep .You will neither inflict nor suffer any inequality. Allah has judged that there shall be no interest and that all interest due to Abbas Ibn 'Aal-Muttalib be waived.
Every right arising out of homicide in pre-Islamic days is henceforth waived and the first such right that I waive is that arising from the murder of Rabiah ibn al-Harithiah.
O men! The unbelievers indulge in tampering with the calendar in order to make permissible that which Allah forbade, and to prohibit what Allah has made permissible. With Allah the months are twelve in number. Four of them are holy, they are successive, except one occurs singly between the months of Jumada and Shaban [meaning Rajab].
Beware of Satan, for the safety of your religion. He has lost all hope that he will be able to lead you astray in big things so beware of following him in small things.
O People it is true that you have certain rights with regard to your women but they also have rights over you. Remember that you have taken them as your wives only under Allah's trust and with His permission. If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers. And it is your right that they do not make friends with any one of whom you do not approve, as well never to be unchaste.
O People! Listen to me in earnest, worship Allah, say your five daily prayers, fast during month of Ramadan, and give your wealth in Zakat .Perform Hajj if you can afford it.
All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a White has no superiority over a Black nor does a Black have any superiority over a White except by piety and good action. Learn that every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim and that the Muslims constitute one brotherhood. Nothing shall be legitimate to a Muslim which belongs to a fellow Muslim unless it was given freely and willingly.
Do not therefore do injustice to yourselves. Remember one day you will meet Allah and answer your deeds. So beware, do not astray from the path of righteousness after I am gone.
O People! No Prophet or apostle will come after me and no new faith will be born. Reason well, therefore O People, and understand words that I convey to you. I leave behind me two things, the Quran and the Sunnah and if you follow these you will never go astray.
All those who listen to me shall pass on my words to others and those to others again; and may the last ones understand my words better than those who listen to me directly.
O Allah, be my witness, that I have conveyed your message to Your people.
As part of this sermon, the prophet recited to them a revelation from Allah, which he had just received, and which completed the Quran, for it was the last passage to be revealed:
This day the disbeliever's despair of prevailing against your religion, so fear them not, but fear Me [Allah]! This day have I perfected for you, your religion and fulfilled My favor unto you, and it hath been My good pleasure to choose Islam for you as your religion. (Surah 5, Ayah 3)
At the request of the Prophet, Safwan's brother Rabiah (RA) repeated the sermon. His loud voice faithfully relayed the sermon sentence by sentence to over ten thousand gathered on the occasion. Towards the end of his sermon, the Prophet asked “O people, have I faithfully delivered unto you my message?” A powerful murmur of asserted, “O Allah! Yes!” Arising from the thousands of pilgrims, the vibrant words “Allahumma na'm,” rolled like thunder throughout the valley. The Prophet raised his forefinger and said: “O Allah bear witness that I have conveyed your message to your people.”
Birthdays in Islam....
In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and who-ever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is no one worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.
The very first question for someone who believes in Allah and the Last Day ... Did the Prophet (saw) celebrate the birthdays of the earlier Prophets, his children, his friends, his wives, or anybody else? He obviously DID NOT.
But the general question will be ... Are Birthdays allowed in Islam exactly what makes them Haraam? It is just simple fun and celebration... We only invite family and friends and have a meal... Aren't we even allowed to celebrate anything? We only exchange presents and gifts! Are giving and receiving gifts haraam? Why this and why that????
The True Facts On Birthdays..
1. Fine, Allah has blessed you and you can throw a fancy party for your child's birthday.... but what happens here, is the one whose provisions are strained, borrows money or goes beyond his capacity to throw a grander party than he can afford, otherwise he will have an issue to deal with amongst his family and friends.
2. Again, giving of gifts on this particular day..... Everybody tries to out-do the other in giving or preparing the best gift to his capacity ... but the people who cannot afford either hide away from the invitation, do not attend, or go beyond their means in getting this present.
3. You might spend a couple of pounds on this festivity, which will not in any way bring you closer to Allah. This money could have been spent in a better ways to win the pleasure of Allah.
4. And why do we celebrate birthdays anyway!!! And therein lies the real issue... BECAUSE it has now become a custom or rasam, and everybody is doing it, so we feel obliged to do it. And what do we do, bake a cake, put on candles for every year of the child's age, and blow the candle and make a wish!!!! Now ask yourself, is any of these acts Islamic?? We are just following the culture of the People of the Book!
5. And by the way, why are we celebrating the birthdays anyway.... it only reminds us that we now have lost one more year from our time to death!!! In my personal opinion, we should actually be feeling sorry, as we now have one year less to worship Allah and win His pleasure!
Birthdays CAN Be Everyday...
And look at the beauty of Islam!! Every day is a great day and a blessing from Allah (swt)
Have a meal and invite your family and friends every day if you can afford it... give as many presents as you like to your family and the people you love for the pleasure of Allah!! Why do we have to make one child or person special on one day and focus all the attention on him when we can do this everyday... and win the pleasure of Allah... now you tell me which one is better ... celebrating one day or celebrating every day!
And if you want an occasion, Allah has blessed and recommended us to celebrate the two Eids! And the Prophet (saws) said that every Friday is an Eid day!! Celebrate these... and win the pleasure of Allah.
Thus in conclusion, if you want to follow Allah and His Messenger (pbuh), do not celebrate what he (saws) did not celebrate!!! And if you want to follow the ignorant people who do not care about Allah and Last Day, follow their jaahiliya traditions and celebrate whatever they celebrate!!
May Allah (swt) Guide us all. Jazaak'allah for reading .
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There can be no doubt that the Qur’aan is the greatest miracle of the Prophet (saws) - a miracle that can be appreciated by all of mankind. Yet, despite the power and status of the Qur’aan, many Muslims are heedless of it.
1. Before you touch it, check your heart.
The key to really benefiting from the Qur’aan is to check your heart first, before you even touch Allaah's book. Ask yourself, honestly, why you are reading it. Is it to just get some information and to let it drift away from you later?
Remember that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was described by his wife as a "walking Qur'aan": in other words, he didn't just read and recite the Qur’aan, he lived it.
2. Do your Wudhoo’ (ablution).
Doing your Wudhoo’ is good physical and mental preparation to remind you you're not reading just another book. You are about to interact with God, so being clean should be a priority when communicating with Him.
3. Start with reading only 5 minutes everyday.
Too often, we think we should read Qur’aan for at least one whole hour. If you aren't in the habit of reading regularly, this is too much. Start off with just five minutes daily. If you took care of step one, Insha Allaah (God willing), you will notice that those five minutes will become ten, then half an hour, then an hour, and maybe even more!
4. Make sure you understand what you've read.
Five minutes of reading the Qur'aan in Arabic is good, but you need to understand what you're reading. Make sure you have a good translation of the Qur'aan in the language you understand best. Always try to read the translation of what you've read that day.
5. Remember, the Qur'aan is more interactive than a CD.
In an age of "interactive" CD-ROMs and computer programs, a number of people think books are passive and boring. But the Qur'aan is not like that. Remember that when you read Qur'aan, you are interacting with Allaah. He is talking to you, so pay attention.
6. Don't just read, listen too.
There are now many audio cassettes and CDs of the Qur'aan, a number of them with translations as well. This is great to put on your walkman or your car's CD or stereo as you drive to and from work. Use this in addition to your daily Qur'aan reading, not as a replacement for it.
7. Make Du’aa (supplication).
Ask Allaah to guide you when you read the Qur’aan. Your aim is to sincerely, for the love of Allaah, interact with Him by reading, understanding and applying His blessed words.
How Much Do You Know About Allah, Our Creator?
Who created you? Who granted you your body, your eyes, or the color of your hair? Who determined the shape of your body or the color of your eyes? Who created all other people, the heavens, Earth, and every living being in between? Who determined the order of the planets, the Sun, and the stars in the depths of space?
Your answers to all these questions will be the same: "Allah." When asked to other people, they will also answer: "Allah." Indeed, Allah informs us in the Qur'an that people will confess this fact, as follows:
If you ask them:
"Who created the heavens and Earth and made the Sun and Moon subservient?" They will say: "Allah." So how have they been deluded [away from the truth]? (Surat al-'Ankabut, 29:61)
Allah (swt) has 99 beautiful names and Insha'allah I shall post one name on my blog along with its virtues and meaning.
1. AR-RAHMAN (The Most Gracious)
VIRTUES: If you recite this name of Allah 100 times daily after every Salaah (prayer), Allah will remove hard-heartedness and negligence from your heart. Insha-Allah.
As is the case with all other beings, we also exist in a state of need. Our existence depends on many conditions: oxygen to breathe, water and nutrients for our bodies' physical functions, for example. The list is endless, for an infinite number of details are essential for maintaining each person's physical existence.
However, all people can survive without giving much thought to meeting their needs. Everything they need for their bodies and their survival has already been provided and put to use. The first example that comes to mind is breathing. Oxygen is essential for survival, but who provides the right ratio of oxygen in the atmosphere? Or, who places the system that takes in this oxygen and processes it so that it can be conveyed to each cell? None of these can be attributed to anyone, for no one has any part in forming the atmosphere or one's respiration system.
This vital need being the foremost, every detail is designed in its most perfect and feasible form. At this point, we encounter a superior wisdom that designs all details and the infinite compassion that the Owner of this wisdom—Allah, the Most Merciful—shows to us.
Allah's mercy is not limited to meeting people's physical needs. Allah created people, placed them in the most suitable place, and, in return, only asked them to serve Him. He also told people how to do this and sent down books and Prophets for this very purpose. This way, Allah made Himself known and called them to religion and moral excellence. These are obvious signs of our Lord's infinite mercy.
1. The Best Person.
Hadhrat Uthmaan bin Afaan (Radhiallahu anhu) narrates that the Merciful Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: "The best person from you is that person who learns the Noble Qur'aan and teaches it to others." (Narrated by Ahmed and companions in six reliable books.). It has been recorded in Ibne Maja by Hadhrat Saad(Radhiallahu anhu) the words "from amongst you, the most superior person" have been narrated. and in Ibne Abu Dawood the words "from amongst you the best person is he who recites the Noble Qur'aan and makes others to recite..." have been narrated by Hadhrat Ibne Masood (Radhiallahu anhu).
2. Reward for every letter.
It is reported from Hadhrat Abdullaah bin Mas'ood (Radhiallahu anhu) that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) stated that "Whosoever read one letter from the Kitaab of Allaah (Qur'aan), will be granted one reward for it and one is equal to ten. I do not say that Aleeef, Laam, Meem is one letter but Aleef is one letter, Laam is one letter and Meem is one letter. " ( Narrated by Tirmidhi - Hasan Sahih ).
3. The Kitaab that Elevates and Humbles.
Hadhrat Umar bin Khattaab (Radhiallahu anhu) reports that Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said that Allaah, the Lofty One, by means of this Kitaab, elevates many and lowers many. (Narrated by Muslim and Ibne Maja).
4. The example of one who recites the Qur'aan.
Hadhrat Abu Musa Ash'ari (Radhiallahu anhu) stated that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said :" That Momin who recites the Noble Qur'aan is like grapefruit, the fragrance of which is good and the taste of which is excellent. That Momin who does not recite the Noble Qur'aan is like dates which does not have a fragrance but which has a sweet taste. That Munaafiq who recites the Qur'aan is like a flower which has a good fragrance but which tastes bitter. That Munaafiq who does not recite the Qur'aan is like the aloe, which does not have a fragrance and has a bitter taste. In one narration, the word Faajir (transgressor) is used instead of Munaafiq. (Narrated by Ahmed, Bukhaari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi, Nisai and Ibn Maja.)
5. Good and pious companionship.
Hadhrat Anas (Radhiallahu anhu) stated that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said : "The Mumin who recites the Noble Qur'aan is like the grapefruit which has a nice fragrance and good taste, and the similitude of a Mumin who does not recite the Noble Qur'aan is like the date which does not have any fragrance and it's taste is good, and the Faajir (transgressor) who recites the Noble Qur'aan is like a flower which has a good fragrance and tastes bitter, and that Faajir who does not recite the Qur'aan is like the aloe, which has no fragrance and a bitter taste, and the similitude of a pious , righteous companion is like one (selling) musk - in that even if you do not receive any portion of it, you will still be able to smell it's fragrance , and the similitude of a bad companion is like a blacksmith - even if the soot does not touch you, the smoke will reach you. (Narrated by Abu Dawood.)
6. Those who recite Qur'aan proficiently and those who read with difficulty.
Hadhrat Ayesha (Radhiallahu anha) stated that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said that the one who recites the Qur'aan Kareem proficiently will be with Kiraaman Kaatibeen, and that person who reads the Qur'aan with difficulty - stopping and stammering - but is enthusiastic and keen to recite, will get double the reward. In one narration, it is stated that the one who recites the Qur'aan with difficulty will get double the reward. (Narrated by Bukhaari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi, Nisai and Ibne Maja.)
7. The intercession of the Qur'aan Kareem.
Hadhrat Abu Amamata Bahili (Radhiallahu anhu) says that he heard Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) say that Recite the Qur'aan Kareem, because on the Day of Qiyaamat it will intercede for it's reciters. (Narrated by Muslim).
8. A Crown brighter than the sun.
Hadhrat Sahl bin Maaz Juhni (R.A.) narrates from his father that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: Whosoever read the Qur'aan and acted upon whatever is in it, then on the day of Qiyaamat, his parents will be made to wear such a crown which will be brighter than this sun which is present in your homes. Tell me what is your opinion concerning the one who also acts upon it. (Narrated by Abu Dawood and Hakimi who said it has a reliable chain of narrators.).
9. Pleasure of Allaah Ta'ala
Hadhrat Abu Hurairah (Radhiallahu anhu) states that Rasulullaah (S.A.W) said "On the Day of Qiyaamat, the one of the Qur'aan will come .Then Qur'aan will beseech:"Oh Rabb, Adorn him." Thus he will be made to wear the crown of dignity and honour. The Qur'aan Kareem will say:"Honour him more." Thus he will be made to wear garments of honour and dignity. The Qur'aan Kareem will say:"Be pleased with him". Thus Allaah will be pleased with him. Then it will be said to the one of the Qu'raan, "Keep reading and reach the lofty status and on every aayat, one reward will be increased. (Narrated by Tirmidhi and Ibne Huzaimah and Hakeem.)
Hadhrat Abdullaah bin Umar and Abdullaah bin Aas (Radhiallahu anhum) say that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) stated:"It will be said to the reciter of the Qur'aan Kareem, "You read and reach (the lofty position), and read with Tajweed and Tahleel (correct , clear and distinct) as you read in the world, because your abode will be (the height reached) with the recital on the last aayat you read. (Narrated by Tirmidhi, Ibne Huzaimah and Hakeem and said that the chain of narrators are reliable.)
11. Deserving of "ghibta"
Hadhrat Ibne Umar (Radhiallahu anhu) stated that Rasulullaah (S.AW.) said: "Hasad (Jealousy meaning Ghibta) is not proper except for two persons. One is the person whom Allaah Ta'aala has given this Kitaab (Qur'aan) and he recites it day and night, and one is the person whom Allaah Ta'aala has given wealth and he spends it day and night. (narrated by Bukhaari and Muslim.)
12. Envy for Good.
Hadhrat Abu Hurairah (Radhiallahu anhu) narrates that Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:"Gibta is not proper but on two persons. One who Allaah Ta'aala taught the Qur'aan and he recites it day and night, through which his neighbour hears and says:"How I wish that I had such a gift and I could also act likewise." One is the person whom Allaah Ta'aala has given wealth and who spends it on permissible places such that a person looks at this and says :"How I wish that I had wealth like him so that I could also spend it in abundance. (on good). (narrated by Bukhaari).
12. The Blessing of Hifz-e-Qur'aan.
Hadhrat Abu Hurairah (Radhiallahu anhu) says that once Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) wanted to despatch a Jamaat of a few persons. He inquired from each of them about the extent of their knowledge of the Qur'aan. From amongst them came the turn of a young person. He (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said :"...how much of the Qur'aan have you learnt?." The youth replied about the various Surahs he had learnt and mentioned Surah Baqarah. Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) asked:" Do you know Surah Baqarah? " The youth confirmed this. Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:"You be their Amir". From amongst those who had given excuses for not knowing Surah Baqarah, one of them said:"By Allaah, The only thing that prevented me from learning Surah Baqarah is that I would not be able to fulfil it's right." Rasulullaah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:" Learn the Qur'aan Kareem and recite it, for the one who learns the Qur'aan Kareem, reads it and acts upon it, is like a(open) bag which is filled with musk such that it's fragrance spreads wherever it is. The example of one who learns (the Qur'aan) and sleeps is like a bag of musk which has been tied at the top.(Narrated by Tirmidhi, Hassen, briefly in Ibne Maja and Ibne Habbaan in his Sahih ).
13. Reciting the Qur'aan sweetly.
Hadhrat Abu Hurairah(Radhiallahu anhu) says that Rasulullaah (S.A.W) stated that person is not amongst us who does not recite the Qur'aan with "Tagannoo" (sweetly). (Narrated by Bukhaari, Ahmed, Abu Dawood, Ibne Habbaan, Hakeem from Saeed).
لا إِلَهَ إِلاَّ أَنْتَ سُبْحَانَكَ إِنِّي كُنتُ مِنْ الظَّالِمِينَ
“There is no God but You, Glorified be You! Truly, I have been of the Zalimun (wrongdoers).”
(Aayah No. 87, Surah Al-Ambiya, Chapter No. 21, Holy Qur’an).
Merits and/or Significance of this dua: This is known as Aayah Al-Karimah (the Glorious Verse). This dua was recited by Yunus (AS) when a big fish had swallowed him and taken him to the bottom of the sea. Allah answered his supplication and brought him back safe from the belly of the big fish. Rasool-Allah (PBUH) encouraged us to call Allah with these words at the time of distress.
رَبِّ إِنِّي لِمَا أَنزَلْتَ إِلَيَّ مِنْ خَيْرٍ فَقِيرٌ
“My Lord! Truly, I am in need of whatever good that you bestow on me.”
(Aayah No. 24, Surah Al-Qasas, Chapter No. 28, Holy Qur’an).
Merits and/or Significance of this dua: When Musa (AS) was told that how Firaun and his chiefs were conspiring against him, he left Egypt on his own. He went towards Madyan and when he reached there, he went to a well to drink water. There was a group of men watering and besides them were two woman whom these men were stopping. Musa (AS) took pity on them and watered the flocks of women for them. Then being tired, he turned to shade and said this dua. Allah answered his supplication and the two women took him with them to their father. Later on he got married to one of these women.
رَبَّنَا آتِنَا مِنْ لَدُنْكَ رَحْمَةً وَهَيِّئْ لَنَا مِنْ أَمْرِنَا رَشَداً
“Our Lord! Bestow on us mercy from Yourself, and facilitate for us our affair in the right way.”
(Aayah No. 10, Surah Al-Kahf, Chapter No. 18, Holy Qur’an).
Merits and/or Significance of this dua: Here Allah tells us about those young men who fled from their people for the sake of their religion and took refuge in the cave of a mountain, where they hid from their people. When they entered the cave, they asked Allah to show mercy and kindness towards them.
أَنِّي مَسَّنِي الضُّرُّ وَأَنْتَ أَرْحَمُ الرَّاحِمِينَ
“Verily, distress has seized me, and You are the Most Merciful of all who show mercy.”
(Aayah No. 83, Surah Al-Ambiya, Chapter No. 21, Holy Qur’an).
Merits and/or Significance of this dua: It refers to trials of Ayyub (AS) affecting his wealth, children and physical health. He had plenty of livestock, cattle, crops, children, houses, and he was tested in these things, losing everything he had. Then he was tested with regard to his body. At this point of time he recited this dua. And Allah answered his supplication and removed his distress.
حَسْبُنَا اللَّهُ وَنِعْمَ الْوَكِيلُ
“Allah is Sufficient for us, and He is the Best Disposer of Affairs.”
(Aayah No. 173, Surah Aal-Imran, Chapter No. 3, Holy Qur’an).
Merits and/or Significance of this dua: This dua was said by Ibrahim (AS) when he was thrown in fire. Also, Muhammad (PBUH) was told on the Day of Uhud, “Verily, the people have gathered against you, therefore, fear them”. Thereafter, Allah sent down this Aayah.
JAZAAK'ALLAH KHAIR FOR READING, MAY ALLAH (SWT) GRANT US ALL PROTECTION FROM THE HELL FIRE AND MAY ALLAH (SWT) GUIDE US ALL ON THE STRAIGHT PATH . AMEEN.
I hope everyone's fasts are going well Insha'allah, as said in my previous post to do 30 Dua's for 30 fasts as you can see I haven't managed to do so because of how busy I am ( Ramadan and Ibadaah). So instead I will try and post a blog post here and then when I have some spare time. So instead as all Muslims around the world are engaged in Ibadaah so I decided to post 2 of my favorite Quran Video's and app....
Firstly The Complete Holy Quran in ONE video........
The Whole Quran in full recited by Sheikh Mishary Rashid bin Al-Afasay
Mishary Rashid Quran App.....Listen To All of Your Favorite Recitations by Sheikh Mishary Rashid Al-Afasay , The Whole Quran...
This was a live Quran Recitation made by Sheikh Mishary Rashid bin Al-Afasay when he visited California USA in Ramadan during Taraweeh prayers in 2009. Includes the Dua of the 25th and 27th night of Taraweeh and The Dua of Khatm-e Quran.
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