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SA.What are historical sources in your research namaz introduced by Iranians?
Comments By: REHAN_KHAN From INDIA (BHOPAL) on 06/01/2010>>Read

Dear Brothers, I am thankful to all those who have written very logically on 'Namaaz' but still I find something very good in practising the 'namaaz', I dont know why but it gives me peace and a time to think for ourselves and the existance of the Almighty. Such gathering like Namaaz on Friday and Eid, give us feeling of togetherness and unity and this is required to live in any so.........
Comments By: SHAKIR AZIM on 06/01/2010>>Read

Bravo for dear Zubair's detailed comments on Namaaz and Masaajid. Best wishes and congratulations. For Dr. Qamar Sahib. Please would you elaborate the meanings and definition of 'Masjid-e-Zaraar' and the perspective in which this term was very wisely used by the Almighty? Thanks in advance.
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Dear Qamar Saab, I congratulate you for successfully taking the relay baton from Parvez saab into a more dynamic, logical level. At this juncture pls clarify "wahi". How it happens? If it had happened before why not now? Give a logical explanation, because when we talk about other religions we use our intellect barometer and thrash their beliefs but when it is our turn you know wha.........
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Dear Zubair, kindly post a list of verses that clearly name those who will receive immense rewards from God Almighty. as it is difficult for us to find out ALL those verses....
Comments By: ANISBINHANIF From INDIA (LUCKNOW) on 05/01/2010>>Read

dr. Qamar u hav done an amazing job which was to be done by a great scholar like u. May Allah bless & protect u from devil people. Waassalam
Comments By: ANISBINHANIF From INDIA (LUCKNOW) on 04/01/2010>>Read

What is the role of Masjid? In my humble view the Exalted Prophet Muhammad laid out the foundation for the Golden Era of Islam. He was not only God’s Prophet but also the Chief Administrator, Commander-in-Chief, and Chief Justice of the first Islamic State set up in Medina. Hence, Masjid served as the Prophet’s Office, Parliament, Courthouse, and Headquarters for the Army. Al.........
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Why I gave up Namaz? Long before Br. Arif posted his question or I read Dr. Shabbir’s postings on the Forum, I had some serious questions about Namaz. Why it was divided into Farz (Obligatory), Sunnah, Nafil (non-obligatory)? If we must perform Sunnah with every Farz Namaz, then what is the difference? If Nafil Namaz is non-obligatory, how come there are fixes Nafil with every.........
Comments By: ZUBAIR From UNITED STATES (WASHINGTON) on 03/01/2010>>Read

Dear Shakir Azim, God bless you, I am very happy that Mr Abdulah gave answer even before I could, even compose my thoughts. His answer is a detailed one, and I dont find any reason to add to the subject from historical point of view. However I have a different approach to such questions. We have Quran in our hands. We are supposed to do only whatever is in Quran. Hence I .........
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Allahs Peace and Blessings to all, dear umair , the first thing to keep in mind is that As-Salat is different from Nimaz.. as you can see it was explained that the nimaz came from the sabiens and the zoranstrains.. if we keep in the mind the Quran then Allah in His Wisdom gave the same Commands to ALL of His Messengers.. from history if you look up the zorastrains and sabiens in .........
Comments By: MANIZA From DENMARK (COPENHAGEN) on 02/01/2010>>Read

salam what would be your comments regarding those who say, even if there is no such namaz then what sin are we doing, plus they also claim that the salaah(namaz) did not started at the time of muhammad it was there before him and therefore Quran does not tell the way of how to offer salaah(namaz), and it is also told to us that in all the history, there is no clue that salaah(namaz.........
Comments By: UMAIR on 01/01/2010>>Read

Bravo for Abdullah Bashoeb. Very informative explanation about the ritual of Namaz. Hope Shakir Azim is enlightened. I may suggest a quick study of 'Tehqiq-e-Namaaz-o-Salaat'. Please visit www.aurangzaib.tk, click chapter BOOKS and you will have a detailed background, answering your all the three questions.
Comments By: AURANGZAIB From PAKISTAN on 31/12/2009>>Read

AoA, MashaAllah beutifully explained, am working on the translation of the As-Salat book by dr.Qamar.. am sorry it is taking long... it is because of health reasons...
Comments By: MANIZA From DENMARK (COPENHAGEN) on 31/12/2009>>Read

Salam According to Mu’awiyah, five daily supplications, funeral prayers, incantation of Dua, and celebration of Eid were alien rituals for the Muslim Ummah, until 672 AD. However, during the reign of Ziyad -Ibn-Zanad [in the time of Umayyad Caliph], governor of Iraq in 672 AD, it surfced that a sect known as Sabaean, the flowers of Prophet Idress, were carrying on the five or s.........
Comments By: ABDULLAHBASHOEB From INDIA (HYDERBAD) on 30/12/2009>>Read

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