Get Information about DOA and Solat

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Veröffentlicht am: 30.01.2018 00:02
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January 30, 2018: The term Doa (prayer) comes from the word "da'a" meaning calling. According to Islamic religion, Doa means acting for something that is beneficial and prevents from something harmful. It literally means "invocation which is an act of supplication. The main purpose of Doa is to draw close to God. It is undeniable; the benefits of prayer are so great in human life.

With Doa (prayer), different kinds of emotions can be controlled. With prayer, there is hope expanding. Doa (prayer) also cools down when facing disaster. The solat is the obligatory prayer recited five times a day, as described in the Quran. is a website that shares a lot of knowledge to help readers to find relevant information about Islamic religion and Doa.

The main purpose of this website is to ensure that any queries that you have in your mind about the issues discussed in this website can be answered properly. The website Doa Solat sincerely welcomes any suggestions, sharing, views and constructive criticisms to them. Anyone can contact them for these purposes in the "contact us" column.

In Islam there is a distinction between the ritual prayer or Solat and the private prayer or Doa. Doa is enriching, empowering, liberating and reforming and it is the most superior act of worship a human being can take part in. It is essentially submission to God and a manifestation of a person’s need for Allah. This prayer guide is very useful for every Muslim to know about Doa and Solat.

About the Company: is a website about the religion Islam and about Doa and also Solat (prayer). For more information visit

Contact Details:
Author Name: Ustaz Mohammad Zariq
Business/Company Name: Doasolat Enterprise
Local Address: Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Presint 3,
62100 Putrajaya
Phone Number: 03-8870 7000
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