Links to Beneficial Websites

Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim

Salaam Alaikum wa Rahmatullah

Here are some links to beneficial websites.  They are my “favorite few” to which I tend to recommend everyone.  There is so much information that you can spend a lot of time here, so I don’t want to overwhelm you with tons of websites:

www.islamicity.com
www.islamway.com – this pops up in Arabic, but there is a drop down for other languages for you to select.  There is a flash player here to show you how to make the wudu’ (ablution before prayer)  and how to pray.
www.islam-qa.com – fatwa site.
www.quranexplorer.com – site for memorizing the Holy Qur’an.  You can go one verse at a time, repeating as much as you want, and also choose from several different reciters to suit your “style”.
www.islamicanswers.com – Islamic advice website affiliated w/ zawaj.com.  If you have an issue you want to ask about, you can submit questions here.

I will pass on more useful links as I find them.  You are welcome to comment with your own links, which I will be most happy to check out.

Fi Aman Allah,

Noorah

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheShardulofAllah The Shardul of Allah

    The sites that I regularly visit (I also visit the sites that you have mentioned):http://www.suhaibwebb.com/(This is the official blog of Imam Suhaib Webb. Here you will find many good articles on many different issues) http://muslimmatters.org/(Renowned scholars like Sheikh Yasir Qadhi, Sheikh Yaser Bijas, et el write in this blog. Its audience is mainly the Muslims residing in North America.)http://www.halaltube.com/(A great source of Islamic lectures)http://www.sunnipath.com/(It is also a fatwa site)http://www.haramainrecordings.com/(This blog regularly updates salah videos from Masjidul Haram and Masjid0an-Nabi)http://www.kalamullah.com/http://www.hoor-al-ayn.com/(You can download e-books, videos from these sites)http://islamandpsychology.blogspot.com(This blog posts articles that cause you to ponder over)http://www.igotitcovered.org/(Sisters share the stories of their struggle to put on hijab)


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