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Wishing all my students, fellow teachers and all readers a truly happy & fruitful Eid al Fitr.

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Ramadhaan Resources

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Dear Students and Respected Teachers.

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.

I would request you to take time to Visit the Ramadhaan Page, inshaaAllah.

I also request you to SUBSCRIBE to this blog for automatic updates.

Find the Follow icon on the right side here, enter your email address and then go to the inbox and click confirm. That’s it. Thank you. Baarakallaah. 

Laylatul Qadr: Golden Moments are here!

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Reflecting on the du’aa of Laylatul Qadr

Take time to read, reflect, make du’aa and also SHARE with others. Thank you, and Jazakallah Khayr.

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Qur’an motivates its readers to reflect upon its verses.

In fact reflection is one of the purposes of the Qur’an.

Let us reflect over the encouraged du’aa of Laylatul Qadr along with some related  aayaat (verses) of the glorious Book of Allah, Inshaaallah.

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Golden Moments are here!

May Allah Bless You All. Baarakallahu Feekum.

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Alhamdulillaah, the Last Ten Days of Ramadhaan, especially the Laylatul Qadr nights, have come to embrace us and shower immense blessings upon us, Inshaa’Allah.

‘Aa’ishah (radiyallaahu anha) said:

“When the last ten days (of Ramadan) would come, the Prophet (sal-lal-laahu `alaihi wa sallam) would spend his nights in worship, wake his family (at night), exert himself and tighten his Izaar (waist-cloth).”

…. please continue reading to know the dates of Laylatul Qadr nights and also to find great resources….Baarakallahu Feekum.

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Two Best Times for Du’aa in Ramadhaan

Very Informative, MashaaAllah.
Baarakallaahu Feekum,

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There are two blessed times for Du’aa for those who observe fast in the month of Ramadhaan. This simple fact is explained beautifully and in a creative way by Sr. Shawana A Aziz, and the work is worth sharing, alhamdulillaah.

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Ramadhaan Mubaarak :)

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Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuhu.

When the mega month of Ramadhaan rises in a Muslim’s life, he compliments himself on this singular good fortune and becomes agog with excitement. He has been given a golden opportunity to refine himself through fasting and through the spiritual nourishment of the glorious Qur’an. The whole community rises to the occasion and greets the month which brings in its wake innumerable possibilities and privileges.  

In this splendid scenario, this Post is dedicated to all brothers & sisters in Islam, alhamdulillah.

While I wish you a Happy Ramadhaan, I pray to Allah to shower His choicest Blessings upon you and your family in this blessed month, and all throughout the year. May Allah give us the Tawfeeq to put things into practice and may He accept all our sincere efforts and endeavours. Aameen

Do not forget me and my family in your sincere du’aa. Thank you, and Jazakallaahu Khayra. 

Your brother in Islam, MuQeet

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How Ramadhaan fasts + 6 Shawwal fasts makes fasting every day?

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Eid-ul-Fitr marks the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic calendar.

Fasting six days of the month of Shawwal is mentioned in an authentic hadeeth.

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: 

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Golden Moments are here!

Baarakallaahu Lakum.

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Assalamu Alaikum.

Finally the Laylatul Qadr nights have come to embrace us and shower immense blessings upon us, Inshaa’Allah.

Let us do our best to live the nights, Inshaa’Allah. 

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Ramadhaan Links :)

                      

Salat-ut-Taraweeh

1. In Arabic, Taraweeh means ‘to relax in short rests’. Why do you think we call the night prayers of Ramadan Salat-ut-Taraweeh?

This is because we take a short break after every two Rak’aat.

2. How was the Prophet considerate of his followers? Why were his actions wise?

* He was considerate as he did not pray Taraweeh in Jama’ah every night.

* His actions were wise because he knew if he prayed with them every night Muslims would then take Taraweeh as compulsory.

3. What is the difference between Salat-ut-Taraweeh and Qiyam-ul-Layl?

Salat-ut-Taraweeh                                                          

1. Prayed right after Ishaa prayer

2. Has definite number of Rak’aats (8 or 20)

3. Prayed only in Ramadan

Qiyam-ul-Layl

1. Prayed in the middle of the night or before Fajr.

2. No definite number of Rak’ahs

3. Prayed in Ramadan and in other months as well.

4. What is Salat-ut-Taraweeh?

These are special prayers offered in the month of Ramadan.

5. Is it Fardh (compulsory) or Sunnah (encouraged)?

It is Sunnah.

6. How and when does a person pray Taraweeh?

* It is prayed in the units of Two Rak’aats.

* It can be prayed as 8 or 20 Rak’aats.

* It is prayed right after Ishaa prayer, and before Witr prayer.

7. Why is it good to pray Taraweeh?

As all our past sins will be forgiven, it is good for us to pray Taraweeh in all the nights of Ramadan.

Mubtilaat-us-Siyam: Things That Break The Fast

1. Why was Mona so worried about breaking her fast?

This was because she took a bite of her apple and forgot that she was fasting that day.

2. How is Allah kind to us during Ramadan?

* Allah accepts our fast as valid if we forget and eat.

* He allows us to break our fast if we travel or become sick.

3. Who does not need to fast? Why Not?

* Sick

* Old people

* Pregnant or breastfeeding women

* Travellers

These Muslims are exempted to fast as they are excused.

4. What do you need to do if you miss a fast?

If I miss my fast then it is best for me to make it up as soon as possible after Ramadan.

5. Which actions are classified as mubtilat-us-siyam?

Eating, drinking, saying bad words, hurting others, and behaving with bad manners.

6. Why does Allah excuse our fasts in certain situations but we are never permitted to leave the Salah?

* Fasting may harm our health when we are sick or travelling while Salah would not harm us.