As Sab’ul Masani & Navigating The Portal

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Dear Beloved Readers,

In Surah Fatihah, the 7 most repeated verses of the last miracle of revealed knowledge for the Muslims, there lies within a Meccan chapter which symbolizes the cord or relationship between Man and God.

Among the myriad of listed courses on Islamic Events, the cord seems present in such as Marriage Preparation (spousal), discourses by Imam Abdul Latif Finch (divine); even the featured books in store serves to provide how-to regarding obtaining lofty goals of cord creating – daily ayat calendar, inner journeys publications and manifesting to the living space through Islamic wall decals.

What is it which moves the 16,000 subscribers to loyally register to be updated about the going ons about events in Singapore via the portal?

With advanced technology today, the cord that links App users for event and prayer reminders become a reality. The ukhwah building cord is a dream come true for those seeking to volunteer for recipients who need them.

Strolling through the pages for sponsorship sounds all too familiar especially for those in the charitable fields of endeavors.

The As-Sab’ul Masani divides the cord to that of in Praises of Allah (verses 1-3), establishing the cord between the seeker and the sought (verse 4), and wish fulfillment for the one asking (verses 5-7).

At the end of the day, we realize that the cord was never lost. Why is it significant that the verses were revealed in Mecca? Surah Al-Balad highlights the cord that links Prophet Muhammad, blessings be upon him, to the holy Mecca and affirms parent-child cord.

The road to freedom from Al-‘Aqabah (90:12) or the 70 degrees of hardship (Tafsir Ibnu Kasir) is to first free slavery.

Be and contribute to Ummah building in any little effort within yourselves.

Prompt us to add worldwide musollah locations where the beautiful azan of Bilal (may Allah be please with him) is still recited today upon the true dreams of Hadrat Abdullah bin Zaid and Hadrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with them all).

Set your reminders for any blessed event of your choice and better yet embed them on your personal blogs to invite others to obtain the Barakah too.

Spread the word and subscribe to the newsletter. Or contribute your say to it. Petition your causes.

Wallahu Alam Bishawab.

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