Eid al Fitr
Worship sets aright our relations with our Creator, with our own selves, with our families and with others.
Eid is not simply a matter of celebration and joy. It is also a chance to share the feelings of those around us.
We are expected to remember on each Eid the following things we mention in this article.
This article contains a list of what a Muslim should do on the day of Eid.
I had been to many other `Eid Prayers before; this one was somehow different for me.
The article explains what is to be done with our sacrificial animal after slaughtering.
Indeed, these days are the most excellent of all the days with Allah, the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.
`Eid, in Islam, is a day of joy, thanksgiving, worship, brotherhood, solidarity, and morality. A Muslim should take the advantage of this day to bring himself nearer to Allah, Most High. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Every nation has its festival, and this is your festival.” Here, he referred to the
Even though the `Eid is not celebrated as in other countries, in Trinidad, the essence remains the same.
Eid celebrations in the Muslim world was largely absent in American Eid, the Eid was celebrated nonetheless.
Brotherhood holds an important place in Islam. It harvests the fruits of faith and love for the sake of Almighty Allah.
As Muslims, we wonder - how can we get our children to be that excited about Eid? How can we create an atmosphere of Eid?
The article explains the stance of classical jurists of Islam in considering the element of time and place
With Ramadan about to come to an end, an important question is raised: Will Muslims continue to worship Almighty Allah with the same enthusiasm they have been doing in Ramadan? In fact, many of the Muslims who are used to worshipping Almighty Allah during Ramadan by offering Tahajjud (late night Prayer), remembering Almighty Allah, and
Highlights of the means that can help continue doing good deed even after Ramadan, as the lord of Ramadan is the Lord of the entire year.
Believers’ notion of forgiveness is very different to that of those who do not live by the morals of the Qur’an.
A reflection on the meaning of Eid and the lessons it gives Muslim. The lesson we also learn by considering Eid Al-Fitr a day of moral victory.
Eid Al-Fitr is a day of thanksgiving, gratefulness and jubilation, as it signifies the successful completion of the sacred month of Ramadan
Many of us have a certain concept of Eid in our minds. When the day comes, if that concept is not practically realized, we tend to think that our Eid was boring or did not pass very well. The concept is as follows: Eating good food and having good lawful drinks Intermingling with relatives and/or
The Prophet’s words “Every nation has its festival, and this is your festival” indicate that these two `Eids (`Eid al-Fitr and `Eid Al-Adha) are exclusively for the Muslims, and that it is not permissible for Muslims to imitate the disbelievers and polytheists in anything that is a distinctive part of their celebrations, whether it be
Introduction Alhamdu lillah. Indeed, all Glory and Praise is due to Allah. We glorify and praise Him and we ask Him for help and forgiveness. In Allah we seek refuge from the evils in ourselves and from our wrong doings. He whom Allah guides shall not be misguided, and he whom He misguides shall never
Ways to benefit from Eid celebration in Islam and achieve utmost reward from Allah. This includes acts of giving and forgiving people on Eid day
Learn about the significant values and virtues of Eid Al Fitr celebration as a day of joy in Islam