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Private Prayer should always be in silence:

Allah Almighty prefers that we quietly worship Him when we're alone:

"And do thou (O reader!) Bring thy Lord to remembrance in thy (very) soul, with humility and in reverence, without loudness in words, in the mornings and evenings; and be not thou of those who are unheedful.  (The Noble Quran, 7:205)"

Praying quietly when you're in private helps a great deal in spiritually connecting yourself with Allah Almighty.  You will always appreciate Allah Almighty and understand Him much better when you do this.  This will further enable you to build a personal bondage and friendship with Allah Almighty:

"(O Muslims) Your (real) friends are Allah, His Messenger [Muhammad], and the (Fellowship Of) Believers, those who establish regular prayers and regular charity, and they bow down humbly (in worship).   (The Noble Quran, 5:55)"

When you accomplish this, your self consciousness will always punish you badly every time you commit a sin against Allah Almighty, and violate your righteousness on purpose.



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Peace be Upon you with the Mercy of ALLAH!,

This site was created to teach salah to those who have been trying to learn but have had trouble pronouncing the words. In the sites contained in this web page, all the words that need to be recited in Salah are clickable and will lead to a sound file which will be played, for instance if the site has a word, like: Alláh Akbar, and if it is clickable in the site it will look like this: Alláh Akbar and when you click on it you can listen to how it sounds when pronounced. In this way you will learn how to pronounce the words correctly. May this be a great help to you InshaALLAH.

All Information herein will be taken from the Islamic Propagation Centre International booklet:

"Salah - The Muslim Prayer"


You may email brother Rami at:  Palestine5@aol.com  for any questions regarding this prayers teaching site.

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Quran's STUNNING Divine Miracles: [1]

Allah Almighty also promised in several Divine Prophecies that He will show the Glorious Quran's Miracles to mankind:

1-  The root letters for "message" and all of its derivatives occur 513 times throughout the Glorious Quran.  Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the Prophets' and Messengers' actual names (Muhammad, Moses, Noah, Abraham, Lot etc....) were also all mentioned 513 times in the Glorious Quran.  The detailed breakdown of all of this is thoroughly listed here.  This Miracle is covered in 100s (hundreds) of Noble Verses.

2-  Allah Almighty said that Prophet Noah lived for 950 years.  Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the entire Noble Surah (chapter Noah) is exactly written in 950 Letters.  You can thoroughly see the accurate count in the scanned images.

Coincidence?  See 1,000s of examples [1].  Quran's Stunning Numerical & Scientific Miracles.

Islam also thoroughly rejects as man-made lies the Trinity and Crucifixion [2].  Jesus was also thoroughly called
slave of GOD [1] in both the OT and NT.