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Sometimes we might have trouble finding where you are located. Having your current location will help us to get you more accurate prayer times and nearby Islamic places. Here are some things you can do to help fix the problem. Excellent app! Actually, in my opinion, the best one! It has a really great salat reminder, it helps you strengthen your Imaan and every day there's a Dua' for you! It has a lot of different Dua's in it, for every situation and it contains the Holy Qur'an in Arabic and translated!

You can also read the Qur'an without knowing Arabic so it's the best for me! Masha Allah this app is amazing! If you continue using ourwebsite, then you have agreed to our policy. Auto location. Current location Please enter current location name. Starting Date. Please select daylight savings start date. Ending Date.

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To allow for changes, click the lock in the bottom left. Check "Enable Location Services. Turn on location On your phone or tablet, open the Settings app.

Tap Location. At the top, switch location on. Tap Mode and then High accuracy. If you still get an error when you open IslamicFinder, follow the step 2.

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If you see a toggle, make sure it turned on and blue. Open IslamicFinder in your mobile browser and refresh the web page If you're using a browser other than Chrome, visit your browser's help center by visiting their website. Turn on location Open Settings app.Adhan is called out by a muezzin from the mosque five times a day, traditionally from the minaretsummoning Muslims for obligatory fard prayer salat.

A second call, known as the Iqamah then summons Muslims to line up for the beginning of the prayers. The main purpose behind the multiple loud pronouncements of adhan in every mosque is to make available to everyone an easily intelligible summary of Islamic belief.

Typically in modern times, this is done using a microphone: a recitation that is consequently broadcast to the speakers usually mounted on the higher part of the mosque's minarets, thus calling those nearby to prayer. The message can also be recorded, as is the case for London Central Mosque. The muezzin is chosen for his ability in reciting the Adhan clearly, beautifully, melodiously and loudly for all Muslims to hear.

This is one of the important duties in the mosque, as his companions and community rely on him in his call for Muslims to come to pray in congregation. The first muezzin in Islam was Bilal ibn Rabaha freed slave of Abyssinian heritage. Sunnis state that the adhan was not written or said by the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, but by one of his Sahabah his companions.

Abdullah ibn Ziyada sahabi of Muhammad, had a vision in his dream, in which the call for prayers was revealed to him by God. He later related this to his companions. Meanwhile, this news reached Muhammad, and confirmed it. Because of his stunning voice Muhammad chose a freed Habeshan slave by the name of Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi to make the call for prayers.

Muhammad preferred the call better than the use of bells as used by the Christians and horns as by the Jews. During the Friday prayer Salat al-Jumu'ahthere is one adhan but some Sunni Muslims increase it to two adhans; the first is to call the people to the mosque, the second is said before the Imam begins the khutbah sermon. Just before the prayers start, someone amongst the praying people recites the iqama as in all prayers. The basis for this is that at the time of the Caliph Uthman he ordered two adhans to be made, the first of which was to be made in the marketplace to inform the people that the Friday prayer was soon to begin, and the second adhan would be the regular one held in the mosque.

Not all Sunnis prefer two adhans as the need for warning the people of the impending time for prayer is no longer essential now that the times for prayers are well known. Shia sources state Muhammad, according to God's command, ordered the adhan as a means of calling Muslims to prayer. Shia Islam teaches that no one else contributed, or had any authority to contribute, towards the composition of the adhan. Shia sources also narrate that Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi was, in fact, the first person to recite the Adhan publicly out loud in front of the Muslim congregation.

It declares that "there is no god but the God". This is the confession of Tawhid or the "doctrine of Oneness [of God]". This is the acceptance of prophethood or Nabuwat of Muhammad.The Athan app also allows ones to log prayer and keep track. The Azan app gives shia timings and it is really good, except may fajr timings that seem a bit early.

It also has a variety of Shi'a adhan audios in addition to Sunni ones. I'm guessing it was made by a Shi'a developer.

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There is also a free version of that app. There is also an Android version of the app. The iDuas Ramdhan app should be useful as the month of Ramadan is coming up.

It has the du'a for every day of the month as well as a number of other du'as for the month and Laylatul Qadr. All of these du'a apps could have some errors, for example sometimes the text might be out of order, some harakas might be wrong, or the translation might be out of order, so take them with a grain of salt. However, for the most part from my experience they are good.

Insha'Allah the developers can improve them over time. I haven't used them all, but they seem interesting. There are many more that hopefully others can point out, but this should be a good list to get you started with. Good question! This website compares the different calculation method. I'm not sure why there are differences in the calculation methods, and I don't know why dhuhr and 'asr times are not included on that website.

However, it is important to use a Shi'a method simply because our prayer times are definitely different based on our fiqh i. It's also a good idea to allow for a few minutes for error. Better yet, you can use a more traditional approach to figuring out when it's time to pray!

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Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. By MohammadAli5 hours ago in Poetry and Art. Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics No registration required! Search In. Give a Salawat Here! Rate this topic 1 2 3 4 5. Recommended Posts. Report post. Posted June 15, And additionally, can someone provide other good mobile apps for anything Shia? Salaams, TYE.I cant say much about Ali an Wali Ulah is shia Azan The say Asslat o kharum minan noam in the Fajr Azan The prophet pbuh did not do so.

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They have ommited Haya Ala khairil Amal from Azan where as during the days of prophet pbuh it was quite valid And both of these innovations were introduced by their beloved Umar. Do they explanation for this?? Secondly, the sunnis themselves have added to the adhan. They say "assalat kheir um minannaum" which if you look in the sahihs, is not mentioned when you look at the hadiths about the adhan.

As to for when it started, it was added because of all the atrocities towards the shia. Where it was not allowed to speak the name of Imam Ali as and the Imam as was cursed in every khutbah and it was broadcasted to the entire masses, so we added this part. It is not obligatory to recite this in the prayer call, it is just to show our identity. That, YES! We love and revere and accept the Imamat of Imam Ali as. Allah said that if we change it than we will have a seat in hell It simply reminds us when we r busy with our daily life tht its time for salah n therefore we shud go pray n not miss the awwal wakt peak time of salah.

Prophet has said "whoever is enemy of Ali, is my enemy, and whoever is my enemy, is allahs enemy. In our adhan, we have praises to Allah allahu akbar n certification for his messenger n succesor. Imam Ali A was not only born before the azan was given to the Prophet Sbut he was a grown man and the appointed vicegerent. All haters of ahlulbayt shud realise. Allah says in sura e rahman "Fa bi ayyi a'ala irabbi kuma tukadhibaan" which means "Which then of the bounties of your lord shall you deny?

The history goes. After Imam Ali as was born, prophet came into the ka'aba and took ali on his arms, n thts when Ali opened his eyes.

Prophet Said azan on ali's right ear n iqamah on his left. Whoever hates me, is hated by Allah and Ali.Sunni Muslims in Tehran have been banned from congregating at prayers marking the end of Ramadan. Iran, a Shia country, ordered its Sunni minority not to hold separate prayers in Tehran for Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival that brings the month of fasting to an end.

They were instead asked to have a Shia imam leading their prayers — something that is against their religious beliefs. Hundreds of security police were deployed in the capital to prevent Sunni worshippers from entering houses they rent for religious ceremonies.

In recent decades, Iranian authorities have refused Sunnis permission to build their own mosques in Tehran. There is currently no Sunni mosque in the capital, despite there being several churches and synagogues for much smaller Christian and Jewish populations. Thousands of Shia worshipers on Wednesday stood in rows behind Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who led the crowd at prayers held in Tehran University. The Iranian regime uses Eid prayers to demonstrate that the country's political figures are united behind its leader.

Politicians from different groups are supposed to attend the prayers and their absence can be interpreted as a sign of dissent. Under the Iranian constitution, religious minorities should be respected and should have representatives in parliament.

Two days ago, several Sunni MPs wrote a letter to the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, asking for their communities in Tehran to be allowed to hold separate Eid prayers. Sunnis in Tehran have complained in recent weeks of being told by officials to provide written assurances guaranteeing not to hold Eid prayers in houses in the capital. Shaikh Abdul-Hameed Esmail Zehi, a Sunni prayer imam in Zahedan, a city in south-east Iran, criticised the regime in a recent sermon for imposing restrictions on Sunnis.

This is the demand of all Sunnis in Iran," he said, in quotes carried by the Sunni community's website, Sunnionline. Iran boasts that its Shia and Sunni populations get along, but Sunnis have complained of a crackdown by the Islamic regime in recent years. The regime, which has blamed Sunnis for recent bombings in south Iran, is at odds with most of the Sunni-ruled countries in the Middle East. Other religious minorities in Iran have been facing restrictions.

This article is more than 8 years old. Security police block access to houses rented by Sunni minority for worship. Saeed Kamali Dehghan. Published on Wed 31 Aug Our TV broadcast reaches six million daily viewers in Iran. We provide digital resources to a resource deprived nation. Iran and the Persian people have a long, storied and impressive history.

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It was the Persian King Cyrus whose edict Ezra made it possible for the Jewish exiles to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple.

This is the same temple where Jesus proclaimed His life-giving Truth [John ] and cleansed its courtyards of money changers [Matthew ; Isaiah ]. This is the same temple where the Parthians, Medes and Elamites all people groups in Iran participated in the Temple festival of Pentecost Acts and heard the Gospel of Jesus proclaimed in their native language.

God has prophetically promised to set His throne in Elam Jeremiah —today land of Iran—at the end times. Persians were among those who were baptized on the Day of Pentecost and returned home to share the glorious Good News they had heard. We believe Islam is experiencing its greatest defeat in its history in Iran today. There is much work still to be done.

There are currently no visible churches among Muslim background Christians.

Pray with us for Iran.

The government uses psychological warfare to oppress people through fear and isolation. They are trying to contain the spread of Christianity, but are not succeeding! Iran is full of hopelessness and despair. Iran is 1 in the world in per capita drug use. Suicide rates are skyrocketing, especially among women. Iran is the only country in the world where the suicide rate among women is higher than men. This is a culture of corruption on all levels: political, religious, domestic, etc.

Persians living in Iran are saying they are living in a prison — that Iran is a living coffin! We are seeing the Islamic nation of Iran turning away from Islam and embracing Christianity.All information on IslamicFinder. Emergency Relief: Rohingya Muslims need you! New York! Missed these Activities in NYC before?

Fight against Coronavirus: Contribute for the families at risk! Shurooq is the time of sunrise, the time when the upper limb of the sun just starts to appear above the horizon. This marks the end time for Fajr morning prayer. The term Qiyam-ul-laylin the most literal sense, means to stand during the night. It is a voluntary prayer which is offered between the time of Ishaa prayer and the Fajr prayer before dawn.

But the most preferred time is before sunrise, in the last third of the night. For more information, read our article on qiyam.

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The only difference is in the Asr prayer. In the standard method which is used by Imamas Shafii, Hanbali, and Maliki the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is equivalent to its height, whereas in the Hanafi method the Asr prayer time starts when the shadow of an object is twice its height.

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