Muslims believe that the Night of Power (Laylat Al-Qadr) is the holiest night of Ramadan
The article introduces the best and proper way to approach the Quran and benefit from its lessons, values and teachings.
Botanical research by Muslim scholars can be traced back to the second year after Hijrah (7th century AD) when a keen interest developed into the medicinal and agricultural aspects of the floral kingdom
A handwritten manuscript of the opening verses of the Qur’an The human mind “can operate only on the basis of perceptions previously experienced by that very mind, either in their entirety, or in some of their constituent elements.”1 In other words, we cannot form a clear idea of something that happens entirely outside the realm
Voluntary abstinence from food has been a spiritual purification rite in many religions. The Qur'an also indicates that as a practice of the past religions.
The heart of one who sincerely fasts is open to the contemplation of the magnificence of the countless bounties of God
The Prophet (Pbuh) taught us how to celebrate Ramadan through days of fasting and nights of prayer: to honor each day of Ramadan.
A lot of Muslims may be wondering about the Prophet’s life in Ramadan. How did he fast? How did he take his suhoor? How did he break his fast? How did he spend the day while fasting? The Prophet (may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him) would intend fasting every day and
This night marked the beginning of the revelation of the Qur'an to Prophet, an event unparalleled in the history of humankind
Laylat Al-Qadr means “The Night of Power” or “The Night of Decree”. This was the night on which the Qur'an started being revealed
The Night of Power (Laylat Al-Qadr) is the holiest night of Ramadan. The complete Qur’an was sent down from the Preserved Tablet in this night
The name of the Taraweeh prayer prevails over the prayers that are performed on the nights of Ramadan because the imam sits after every four rak’at. It is said that he sits between each two rak’ahs, the amount of Tarweehah – a break. Taraweeh is a plural of Tarweehah, meaning a break. He said in
The rulings regarding Tarawih prayer during the night hours of Ramadan
It is very important that we spent a few moments to understand some of the wisdom and lessons that we can learn from this month of fasting.
The article identifies some moral benefits and objectives of fasting in Islam. How it helps to develop quality behaviors
The benefits of Ramadan are not limited to either "spiritual" or "temporal" elements of life. What are the significances of fasting?
The article shows us some of the things that a fasting person is supposed to do, and how they are related to the concept of piety.