About Salah Medina

 She was born in house meaning we had a natural birth at home . It took 18 teen hours before she showed up.Wow! Daddy was a mess but he kept it together.Yes he cried as he cuts her umbilical cord .But the real super star here was mom no drugs in and her full control of her self her birth.

Salah such a wonderful baby no crying ever, she is always happy and since day no tears no late nights. If you ask us we would have to say it was the natural birth no drugs ,Thanks to mom:.Najeebah Medina Super Mom.

Salah is so smart that we know as Mother and Father we want the best in Education for her. So we came up with her own business BABYSALAH.COM

Where she can bring into your home a bit of joy while Salah start to save for her future.

If you just had a new born baby girl You can buy Salah used clothes for a buck $ A piece is that cool.

Or get a ring ton for your phone. Or just buy a picture as a back drop for your phone. 

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 The Meaning Of Salah And Medina:

Question: "What does “selah” mean in the Bible?"

The word “selah” is found in two books of the Bible, but is most prevalent in the Psalms, where it appears 71 times. It also appears three times in the third chapter of the minor prophet Habakkuk. 

There is a great deal of confusion about the meaning of “selah,” primarily because the Hebrew root word from which it is translated is uncertain. Well-meaning Bible scholars disagree on the meaning and on the root word, but since God has ordained that it be included in His Word, we should make an effort to find out, as best we can, the meaning. 

One possible Hebrew word that is translated “selah” is calah which means “to hang” or “to measure or weigh in the balances.” Referring to wisdom, Job says, “The topaz of Ethiopia shall not equal it, neither shall it be valued with pure gold" (Job 28:19). The word translated “valued” in this verse is the Hebrew calah. Here Job is saying that wisdom is beyond comparing against even jewels, and when weighed in the balance against wisdom, the finest jewels cannot equal its value.

“Selah” is also thought to be rendered from two Hebrew words: s_lah, to praise; and s_lal, to lift up. Another commentator believes it comes from salah, to pause. From these words comes the belief that “selah” is a musical direction to the singers and/or instrumentalists who performed the Psalms, which was the hymnbook of the Israelites. If this is true, then each time “selah” appears in a psalm, the musicians paused, either to take a breath, or to sing acapella or let the instruments play alone. Perhaps they were pausing to praise Him about whom the song was speaking, perhaps even lifting their hands in worship. This would encompass all these meanings—praise, lift up, and pause. When we consider the three verses in Habakkuk, we also see how “selah” could mean to pause and praise. Even though Habakkuk was not written to be sung, Habakkuk’s prayer in chapter 3 inspires the reader to pause and praise God for His mercy, power, sustaining grace and sufficiency.

Perhaps the best way to think of “selah” is a combination of all these meanings. The Amplified Bible adds “pause and calmly think about that” to each verse where “selah” appears. When we see the word in a psalm or in Habakkuk 3, we should pause to carefully weigh the meaning of what we have just read or heard, lifting up our hearts in praise to God for His great truths. “All the earth bows down to you; they sing praise to you, they sing praise to your name." Selah! (Psalm 66:4).

The Meaning Of Salah In Islam:

The second pillar of Islam is Salah. It is a type of prayer. It is a stipulated liturgy which has to be performed five times a day if possible in the mosque, and is oriented to Mecca. It is a ceremonial or customary prayer in entreaty to the God. It is a compulsory practice among all the mature Muslims. It is a term which is referred for the five daily prayers among the Muslims. It is one of the five pillars of the Islam. 

It is particular for the Sunni Islam. For the Shia Islam, it is one of the ten practices of their religion. It is commonly known as namaz in the areas central and south Asian languages like Urdu, Hindi, Turkish and Persian languages. The person who is performing or who performs salah or salat is termed as musallee. For this practice, there is a traditional mat used which is known as musalla. Anonymous

The Meaning Of Medina:

The name Medina is of Arabic origin and means "city of the prophet".

Medina, is generally used as a girl's name. It is pronounced Me-di-na and consists of 6 letters and 3 syllables.

Last year it was not one of the top 1000 most popular U.S. girls names.

View the Medina Name Popularity Page to see how the popularity of the name Medina has changed over time, or to compare it's popularity against other names.

Medina has no nicknames.

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The City Medina:

المدينة المنورة
Al Madinah Al Munawwarah
Medina is located in Saudi Arabia
Location in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Coordinates: 24°28′N 39°36′ECoordinates24°28′N 39°36′E
CountryFlag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia
ProvinceAl Madinah Province
 - MayorAbdulaziz Bin Majid (عبدالعزيز بن ماجد)
 - Total589 km2 (227.4 sq mi)
Elevation608 m (1,995 ft)
Population (2006)
 - Total1,300,000
Time zoneArabia Standard Time (UTC+3)

Medina (English pronunciation: /mɛˈdiːnə/Arabicالمدينة المنورة‎, al-Madīnah l-Munawwarah, “the radiant city” (officially), or المدينة al-Madīnah; also transliterated as Madinah) is a city in theHejaz region of western Saudi Arabia, and serves as the capital of the Al Madinah Province. It is the second holiest city in Islam, and the burial place of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, and it is historically significant for being his home after the Hijrah. Before the advent of Islam, the city was known as Yathrib, but was personally renamed by Muhammad.

Medina is home to the three oldest mosques in Islam, namely; Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (The Prophet's Mosque), Quba Mosque (the first mosque in Islam's history),[1] and Masjid al-Qiblatain (the mosque where the qibla was switched to Mecca).

Because of the Saudi government's religious policy and concern that historic sites could become the focus for idolatry, much of Medina's Islamic physical heritage has been destroyed since the beginning of Saudi rule.

The Islamic calendar is based on the emigration of Muhammad and his followers to the city of Medina, which marks the start of the Hijri year in 622 CE, called Hijra (هجرة).

Similarly to Mecca, entrance to Medina is restricted to Muslims only; non-Muslims are neither permitted to enter nor travel through the city.[


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