Tag Archives: Ramadan

Virtues of Fasting as mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah

The reward for fasting is immense, as mentioned in the following Hadeeth: “Every action of the son of Adam is given manifold reward, each good deed receiving ten times its like, up to seven hundred times. Allah the Most High said, ‘Except for fasting, for

Major Muslim Holidays

Two major Muslim holidays are celebrated around the world: Ramadan, the month of fasting, and Hajj, the month designated for pilgrimage to Mecca for Muslims who can afford it. Several other holidays are celebrated by most Muslims, including Eid Al-Fitr, which falls at the end

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1. BE QUICK IN BREAKING D FAST I.E. HASTEN URSELF A) Sahl Ibn Sa’d (R) said that the Messenger (PBUH) of Allah (SWT) said: “The people will continue to be in good condition as long as they hasten to break the fast.” [Bukhaaree and Muslim]

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Ramadan 1433

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and Muslims are required to fast during this month. The fast is to abstain from food, drink and marital relations from dawn until sunset, but Muslims are also encouraged to increase in their worship in general

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Spiritual Readiness for Ramadan

Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink from dawn to dusk and if it is seen as just a daily fast for 29 or 30 days, it can become one that is cumbersome and done without much spiritual zeal. Here are ways to

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A Momin’s Obligations for Ramadan-Zakat Fitr

Zakat Fitr Allah says in the Qur’an-e-Majid that one who gives “Zakat” and remembers Him will get salvation. Here, Zakat means “Fitra” and remembrance of God means the recitation of the following Takbir on the night and morning of Eid-ul-Fitr. “Allaaho Akbar, Allaaho Akbar, Laa