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Jannah (Arabic: جنّة‎ Jannah), an eternal place for Muslims, is theIslamic conception of paradise. The Arabic word Jannah is ashortened version meaning simply "Garden". According to Islamiceschatology, after death, one will reside in the grave until theappointed resurrection on Yawm al-Qiyāmah. Muslims believe that thetreatment of the individual in the life of the grave will beaccording to his or her deeds in the worldly life. Jannah is oftencompared to Christian concepts of Heaven. According to Muslimbelief, everything one longs for in this world will be there inParadise. The highest level of Paradise is Firdaws (Arabic: فردوس),which is where the prophets, the martyrs, and the most truthful andpious people will dwell. In contrast to Jannah, the words Jahannamand Nār are used to refer to the concept of hell. There are manywords in the Arabic language for both Heaven and Hell and thosewords also appear in the Qur'an and Hadith. Most of them havebecome part of the Islamic traditions. App Feature : -Have 7avalaible language English,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russiaand Turkish

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Prophet Muhammad PBUH Biography 2.0 APK
Muhammad (Arabic: محمد‎; c. 570 – 8 June 632), full name Abūal-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim(Arabic: ابو القاسم محمد ابن عبد الله ابن عبد المطلب ابن هاشم‎,lit: Father of Qasim Muhammad son of Abd Allah son ofAbdul-Muttalib son of Hashim), from Mecca, unified Arabia into asingle religious polity under Islam. Believed by Muslims to be aprophet and messenger of God, Muhammad is almost universallyconsidered by Muslims as the last prophet sent by God to mankind.While non-Muslims generally regard Muhammad as the founder ofIslam, Muslims consider him to have restored the unaltered originalmonotheistic faith of Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and otherprophets. Born approximately in 570 CE in the Arabian city ofMecca, Muhammad was orphaned at an early age; he was raised underthe care of his paternal uncle Abu Talib. After his childhoodMuhammad primarily worked as a merchant. Occasionally he wouldretreat to a cave in the mountains for several nights of seclusionand prayer; later, at age 40, he reported at this spot, that he wasvisited by Gabriel and received his first revelation from God.Three years after this event Muhammad started preaching theserevelations publicly, proclaiming that "God is One", that complete"surrender" (lit. islām) to Him is the only way (dīn) acceptable toGod, and that he was a prophet and messenger of God, similar to theother prophets in Islam. Muhammad gained few followers early on,and met hostility from some Meccan tribes. To escape persecution,Muhammad sent some of his followers to Abyssinia before he and hisfollowers in Mecca migrated to Medina (then known as Yathrib) inthe year 622. This event, the Hijra, marks the beginning of theIslamic calendar, also known as the Hijri Calendar. In Medina,Muhammad united the tribes under the Constitution of Medina. Aftereight years of fighting with the Meccan tribes, Muhammad gatheredan army of 10,000 Muslim converts and marched on the city of Mecca.The attack went largely uncontested and Muhammad took over the citywith little bloodshed. He destroyed the three-hundred and sixtypagan idols at the Kaaba, in the city. In 632, a few months afterreturning to Medina from the Farewell Pilgrimage, Muhammad fell illand died. Before his death, most of the Arabian Peninsula hadconverted to Islam, and he had united Arabia into a single Muslimreligious polity. The revelations (each known as Ayah, lit. "Sign[of God]"), which Muhammad reported receiving until his death, formthe verses of the Quran, regarded by Muslims as the "Word of God"and around which the religion is based. Besides the Quran,Muhammad's teachings and practices (sunnah), found in the Hadithand sira literature, are also upheld by Muslims and used as sourcesof Islamic law (see Sharia). While conceptions of Muhammad inmedieval Christendom were largely negative, appraisals in modernhistory have been far more favorable. Other appraisals of Muhammadthroughout history, such as those found in medieval China, havealso been positive. App Feature : -Have 7 avalaible languageEnglish,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russia and Turkish
Surah Al Kahfi 1-10 with translation 1.4 APK
memorise this verses to protect ourselves from the fitna of Dajjalthe liar (Anti-Christ)... One of the signs to the imminent comingof the Dajjal: Abdullah bin Umar narrated that the Messenger ofAllah, Muhammad PBUH said, The fitnah of Al-Ahlas (continuouscalamity) is mass desertion and war. Then, the fitnah of As-Sarraa[meaning the rich, when some rich people use their money to hireothers to fight for them] will start from under the feet of a manwho claims that he is of me (of my descendants). However, he is notof me, for my loyal friends are the ones who have taqwa.Afterwards, people will unite around a man whose reign is unstable.Then, the fitnah of Ad-Duhaymaa [it is called dark and black fitnahbecause of its enormity] (will start) and will not leave any memberof this nation without severely touching him. When it is thoughtthat its time has come to an end, it will be lengthened. Meanwhile(during this fitnah), a man will wake up as a believer and willmeet the night as a disbeliever, until people divide into twocamps: A camp of belief that contains no hypocrisy, and a camp ofhypocrisy that contains no belief. If this happens, then await theDajjal on that day or the next. [Ahmad, Abu Dawood and al-Hakim,Mishkatul-Masabih, vol. 4, no. 5403]
Biography of Salahuddin Ayyubi 2.0 APK
Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb (Arabic: صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيوب‎,Kurdish: سەلاحەدینی ئەییووبی‎ or Selahedînê Eyûbî) (1137/1138 –March 1193), better known in the Western world as Saladin, was thefirst Sultan of Egypt and Syria and the founder of the Ayyubiddynasty. A Muslim of Kurdish origin, Saladin led the Muslimopposition to the European Crusaders in the Levant. At the heightof his power, his sultanate included Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia,Hejaz, Yemen and other parts of North Africa. Originally sent toFatimid Egypt by his Zengid lord Nur ad-Din in 1163, Saladinclimbed the ranks of the Fatimid government by virtue of hismilitary successes against Crusader assaults on its territory andhis personal closeness to the caliph al-Adid. When Saladin's uncleShirkuh died in 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin vizier, a rarenomination of a Sunni Muslim to such an important position in theShia Muslim-led caliphate. During his term as vizier Saladin beganto undermine the Fatimid establishment, and following al-Adid'sdeath in 1171 he took over the government and realigned thecountry's allegiance with the Baghdad-based Abbasid Caliphate. Inthe following years, he led forays against the Crusaders inPalestine, ordered the successful conquest of Yemen and staved offpro-Fatimid rebellions in Upper Egypt. Not long after the death ofNur ad-Din in 1174, Saladin personally led the conquest of Syria,peacefully entering Damascus at the request of its governor. Bymid-1175, Saladin had conquered Hama and Homs, inviting theanimosity of his former Zengid lords, who had been the officialrulers of Syria. Soon after, he defeated the Zengid army in battleand was thereafter proclaimed the "Sultan of Egypt and Syria" bythe Abbasid caliph al-Mustadi. He made further conquests innorthern Syria and Jazira, escaping two attempts on his life by theAssassins, before returning to Egypt in 1177 to address issuesthere. By 1182, Saladin completed the conquest of Syria aftercapturing Aleppo, but ultimately failed to take over the Zengidstronghold of Mosul. Under Saladin's personal leadership, theAyyubid army defeated the Crusaders at the decisive Battle ofHattin in 1187, leading the way to the Muslims' re-capture ofPalestine from the Crusaders who had conquered it 88 years earlier.Though the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem would continue to existfor an extended period, its defeat at Hattin marked a turning pointin its conflict with the Muslim powers of the region. In 1193 hedied in Damascus, having given much of his wealth to his subjects.He is buried in a mausoleum adjacent to the Umayyad Mosque. Saladinhas become a prominent figure in Muslim, Arab, Turkish and Kurdishculture. App Feature : -Have 7 avalaible languageEnglish,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russia and Turkish
Biography of Khadija RA 1.9 APK
Khadijah or Khadīja bint Khuwaylid (Arabic: خديجة بنت خويلد‎) orKhadīja al-Kubra (Khadija the great) (c. 555 or 567 – 620 CE) wasthe first wife of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. She is commonlyregarded by Muslims as the "mother of the Believers i.e.Muslims",and was the first person to convert to Islam. App Feature : -Have 7avalaible language English,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russiaand Turkish
Crusades History 2.0 APK
The Crusades were military campaigns sanctioned by the CatholicChurch in the Middle Ages. In 1095 Byzantine Emperor Alexios I, inConstantinople, sent an ambassador to Pope Urban II in Italypleading for military help against the growing Turkish threat. ThePope responded promptly by calling Catholic soldiers to join theFirst Crusade. The immediate goal was to guarantee pilgrims accessto the holy sites in the Holy Land under Muslim control. Hislong-range goal was to reunite the Eastern and Western branches ofChristendom after their split in 1054 with the pope as head of theunited Church. A complex 200-year struggle ensued. Hundreds ofthousands of Roman Catholics from many different classes andnations of Western Europe became crusaders by taking a public vowand receiving plenary indulgences from the church.Some crusaderswere peasants hoping for Apotheosis at Jerusalem. Pope Urban IIclaimed that anyone who participated was forgiven of their sins. Inaddition to demonstrating devotion to God, as stated by theCatholic Church, participation satisfied feudal obligations andprovided opportunities for economic and political gain. Crusadersoften pillaged the countries through which they traveled, andcontrary to their promises the leaders retained much of thisterritory rather than returning it to the Byzantines. The People'sCrusade prompted the murder of thousands of Jews, known as theRhineland massacres. Constantinople was sacked during the FourthCrusade rendering the reunification of Christendom impossible. Dueto the weakening that resulted from the siege, the remnants of theByzantine Empire finally fell to the Ottomans in 1453. The CatholicChurch mounted no coherent response when their last stronghold inthe region, Acre, fell in 1291. Opinions concerning the conduct ofcrusaders have varied from laudatory to highly critical. The impactof the crusades was profound; they reopened the Mediterranean tocommerce and travel, enabling Genoa and Venice to flourish.Crusader armies would trade with the local populations whiletravelling, and Orthodox Byzantine emperors often organized marketsfor crusaders moving through their territory. The Crusadesconsolidated the collective identity of the Latin Church underpapal leadership, were a source of heroism, chivalry, and piety.This consequently spawned medieval romance, philosophy, andliterature. However, the crusades reinforced the connection betweenWestern Catholicism, feudalism, and militarism, which was counterto the Peace and Truce of God that Urban had promoted. App Feature: -Have 7 avalaible languageEnglish,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russia and Turkish
Hell in Islam 1.9 APK
Jahannam (Arabic: جهنم‎ (etymologically related to Hebrew גיהנוםGehennom and Greek: γέεννα), is one of the names for the Islamicconcept of Hell. Other names for hell (or the different gates ofhell) occurring in the Quran include: an-Nar ("The Fire"), Jaheem("Blazing Fire"), Hatamah ("That which Breaks to Pieces"), Haawiyah("The Abyss"), Ladthaa, Sa’eer ("The Blaze"), Saqar. The hadith ofIslamic prophet Muhammad, and some writings of later Islamicscholars also describe Jahannam. According to the Qur'an, on theLast Day the world will be destroyed and all people (and jinn) willbe raised from the dead to be judged by Allah as to whether theydeserved to be sent to paradise (Jannah) or hell. Hell will beoccupied by those who do not believe in God (Tawhid), havedisobeyed His laws, and/or reject His messengers.One group thatwill not have to wait until the Last Day to enter hell are "Enemiesof Islam", who are sentenced immediately to Hell upon death.Suffering in hell is both physical and spiritual, and variesaccording to the sins of the condemned. As described in the Quran,Hell has seven levels (each one more severe than the one above it);seven gates (each for a specific group of sinners); a blazing fire,boiling water, and the Tree of Zaqqum. Not all Muslims and scholarsagree whether hell is an eternal destination or whether some oreven all of the condemned will eventually be forgiven and allowedto enter paradise. App Feature : -Have 7 avalaible languageEnglish,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russia and Turkish
Battle of Uhud 2.0 APK
The Battle of Uhud (Arabic: غزوة أحد‎ Ġazwat ‘Uḥud) was fought onSaturday, March 19, 625 (3 Shawwal 3 AH in the Islamic calendar) atthe valley located in front of Mount Uhud, in what is nownorthwestern Arabia. It occurred between a force from the Muslimcommunity of Medina led by the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and aforce led by Abu Sufyan ibn Harb from Mecca, the town from whichmany of the Muslims had previously emigrated. The Battle of Uhudwas the second military encounter between the Meccans and theMuslims, preceded by the Battle of Badr in 624, where a smallMuslim army had defeated a larger Meccan army. Marching out fromMecca towards Medina on March 11, 625 AD, the Meccans desired toavenge their losses at Badr and strike back at Muhammad and hisfollowers. The Muslims readied for war soon afterwards and the twoarmies fought on the slopes and plains of Mount Uhud. Whilstoutnumbered, the Muslims gained the early initiative and forced theMeccan lines back, thus leaving much of the Meccan campunprotected. When the battle looked to be only one step away from adecisive Muslim victory, a serious mistake was committed by a partof the Muslim army, which altered the outcome of the battle. Abreach of Muhammad's orders by the Muslim archers, who left theirassigned posts to despoil the Meccan camp, allowed a surpriseattack from the Meccan cavalry, led by Meccan war veteran Khalidibn al-Walid, which brought chaos to the Muslim ranks. Many Muslimswere killed, and even Muhammad himself was badly injured. TheMuslims had to withdraw up the slopes of Uhud. The Meccans did notpursue the Muslims further, but marched back to Mecca declaringvictory. For the Muslims, the battle was a significant setback:although they had been close to routing the Meccans a second time,their breach of Muhammad's orders in favor of collecting Meccanspoils reaped severe consequences. The two armies would meet againin 627 AD at the Battle of the Trench. App Feature : -Have 7avalaible language English,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russiaand Turkish
Biography of Aisha RA 1.9 APK
Ā’ishah bint Abī Bakr (613/614 – 678 CE) was one of Muhammad'swives.In Islamic writings, her name is thus often prefixed by thetitle "Mother of the Believers" (Arabic: أمّ المؤمنين ummal-mu'minīn), per the description of Muhammad's wives in theQur'an. Aisha had an important role in early Islamic history, bothduring Muhammad's life and after his death. In Sunni tradition,Aisha is thought to be scholarly and inquisitive. She contributedto the spread of Muhammad's message and served the Muslim communityfor 44 years after his death.She is also known for narrating 2210hadiths,not just on matters related to the Prophet's private life,but also on topics such as inheritance, pilgrimage, andeschatology.Her intellect and knowledge in various subjects,including poetry and medicine, were highly praised by earlyluminaries such as al-Zuhri and her student Urwa ibn al-Zubayr. Herfather, Abu Bakr, became the first caliph to succeed Muhammad, andafter two years was succeeded by Umar. During the time of the thirdcaliph Uthman, Aisha had a leading part in the opposition that grewagainst him, though she did not agree either with those responsiblefor his assassination nor with the party of Ali.During the reign ofAli, she wanted to avenge Uthman's death, which she attempted to doin the Battle of the Camel. She participated in the battle bygiving speeches and leading troops on the back of her camel. Sheended up losing the battle, but her involvement and determinationleft a lasting impression. Afterwards, she lived quietly in Medinafor more than twenty years, took no part in politics, and becamereconciled to Ali and did not oppose Mu'awiya. The majority oftraditional hadith sources state that Aisha was married to Muhammadat the age of six or seven, but she stayed in her parents' homeuntil the age of nine, or ten according to Ibn Hisham, when themarriage was consummated with Muhammad, then 53, in Medina. AppFeature : -Have 7 avalaible languageEnglish,Arab,Indon,Malay,French,Benggali,Russia and Turkish