Every Muslim must believe, say and act on ‘Laa ilaaha illAllaah’…but what does it actually mean?
Click on the link below to find out:
Please click on the link below to read the story behind the origin of the sa`ee that is performed in Makkah during `Umrah and Hajj along with a description of how the well of Zamzam was found. There is also a quiz for children to try at the end along with answers for anyone who gets stuck.
Please click on the link below for a document containing 40 snippets taken from an-Nawawee’s 40 Hadeeths (Arabic with English translation) along with patterns for children to colour.
Please note that some of the words in the translation may be difficult for small children to understand and may need some explaining. Please also refer to the explanatory notes at the end of the document. The snippets do not correspond to one snippet per hadeeth (some hadeeths have not been included and some have more than one snippet taken from them) and no snippets have been taken from the two hadeeths that Shaykh Al-Albaanee graded as weak.
You may also wish to subscribe to www.hadeethsnippets.com to receive one snippet with patterns each week along with an audio clip of the snippet to help with pronunciation and memorisation.
The snippets can be found in different formats here, some of which will be posted on this blog inshaa Allaah.
The above document was compiled by Umm Zaynab Aalia Ehsanullah using the translations of Aboo `Abdir-Rahmaan Nasser ibn Najam.
All documents are uploaded with the permission of the authors, may Allaah reward them with good.
Click on the link below for an interesting discussion about the existence of Allaah and how the believer differs from the one who doesn’t believe in Allaah.
Although this series is aimed at children under the age of six years, the topics covered are important for older children too. The material is very simple and can be read and understood easily by older children.
Click on the link below to open a simple poster showing the five pillars of Islaam using Arabic terminology
Here is an explanation of what the word ‘worship’ means, along with its types and examples of each. There are words to colour in, things to read and questions to answer.
Click here: meaning of worship
Click here: Ibraaheem and the Bad King