ibadah


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ibadah

(ˈɪbɑːdɑː)
n
the following of Islamic beliefs and practices
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I chose to sign out of Facebook and Instagram during Ramazan in order to focus more on Ibadah and become as little distracted from it as possible.
The Muslim entrepreneurship "is a form of prayer that bring Muslims closer to meeting their religious duties and accomplishing their faith", a specific set of rules that preserve the rights of the Almighty God (Allah), related to Aqidah or Ibadah (29).
Fasting is an act of Ibadah (worship) and one of the five pillars of Islam.
He believed essential to understand Quran: Ilah (divine), Rab (Lord), Ibadah (worship) and Din (religion).
Obviously, if the market is, ethically and morally speaking, an extension of the mosque, just as mu'amalah or tijarah (commercial transaction) an extension of ibadah (devotion),9 then it is of religious necessity that the market of the Muslims must be one in which the proprieties of commerce and livelihood (adab al-kasb wa al-ma'ash) are applied.
Since being grateful to God is a form of ibadah (worship) which earns heavenly rewards, it can therefore be said that being grateful to one's parents also earns heavenly rewards.
He advised the doctors to make arrangements for Ibadah activities, especially salah, in their hospitals for patients, paramedical staff and fellow doctors so that patients attention is directed to the ultimate healer, Allah.
Under the Islamic viewpoint, man's purpose on earth to carry out ibadah (relates man to Allah {S.
Under no conditions is the practice of talfiq permissible, which is to use the fatwa offered by one Imam in one issue and following another Imam in the same unit of ibadah.
On the contrary, if anything one does in obeisance to the Verdict of Allah, becomes a part of Ibadah, even of it is for the necessities of daily life.
The word worship (ibadah) here has a broad meaning encompassing all permissible human activities and intentions as part of the general act of acceptable ibadah (Addas, 2008).
This is undertaken under the principal of ad-din, mentioned above, which is referred to as ibadah.