Prayer in Islam is very important. One has to remember God, ask Him for guidance, for help. Prayer in Islam, is not limited to rituals. If one earns money, with the intention to live lawfully, rightfully, gratefully, and to be able to feed himself his/her dependants; he is praying. Actually the word used for prayer: "Ebadah", means being a servant to God. Abd, the origin, means servant. With these in mind, the prayer may take also specific forms, where a servant, a muslim directs his/her body, goods, money, spirit towards The Creator. His body, in the prayer called Salaat (Standing, sitting, putting the forehead on the ground solely in front of God, and reading from the Quran) His money, in the prayer called Zakaat (Giving alms), His body and money, in the prayer called Hajj (Pilgrimage), Of course, these and other prayers have real meaning if the intention is pure, the spirit is directed to The Lord. The prayers in Islam may be classified also as obligatory ones, and voluntary ones.
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Downloadable prayer and direction calculator, provided by the Jordan Astonomical Society.
The Basics of Muslim Prayer
Teaching Muslim prayer with text and illustrations.
Fortification of the Muslim
On-line rendition of the "little du'a book" by Hisnul Muslim.
Muttaqi - The reverent
Inspirational articles based on prayers and supplications from the Qur'an.
Offers online calculation of prayer times worldwide, and software downloads for various platforms. Includes an FAQ.
A multi-function application that calculates daily prayer times and Qiblah direction for anywhere in the world.
Salah or Prayer according to Islam
Explains prayer according to Islam and its benefits, and compares it to the prayer in the bible.
A collection of supplication to Allah.
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