There is this fallacious belief that gives rise to such an exaggerated notion of no sahur when fasting.
Many benefits, in addition to the spiritual, result from completing this prescribed period of fasting.
The shift from obeying Allah in Ramadan to disobeying Him after Ramadan has its reasons.
To lose weight during Ramadan fasting must be done in a very careful manner.
The dualism between the body and the soul is very clearly evident in the physical world. The body is subservient and the soul is in charge; however, both are indispensable. It is just that the soul is the master while the body is the obedient servant. People have a habit of letting themselves become fully
Muharram is the first month of the Islamic, Hijrah calendar. It is one of the four sanctified months about which Allah says, “The number of months in the sight of Allah are twelve (in a year). So ordained by Him the day He created the heavens and the earth; Of them four are sacred: That
This article is about the benefits of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.
Indeed, these days are the most excellent of all the days with Allah, the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.
Brotherhood holds an important place in Islam. It harvests the fruits of faith and love for the sake of Almighty Allah.
The article discusses the conditions that a Muslim should observe before engaging in the duty of fasting the month 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 basic purpose of Itikaf is that the heart gets attached to Allah, and, with it, one attains inner composure and calmness
Some stations that a Muslim has to stop with in order to achieve his objectives in Ramadan
It is recommended to break our fast on dates”, as Prophet Mohammad (peace and blessings be upon him) used to do: “Break your fast by eating dates as it is purifying.” (Narrated by Ahmad) “إذا أفطر أحدكم فليفطر على تمر، فإنه بركة، فإن لم يجد تمرا فليفطر على الماء، فإنه طهور” (رواه أحمد في مسنده
We must examine ourselves now and see what we have learned and achieved during this month of Ramadan
The article explains how fasting in the month of Ramadan sets higher religious and moral standard. This is identified through the reward of fasting
In Islam, fasting is one of the fundamental ordinances, with its unique moral and spiritual characteristics.
Fasting is a manifestation of man’s determined will and his relationship with his Lord, which is based on total obedience and submission.
Muslims wait for the sighting of the crescent with eagerness as it heralds the beginning of this blessed fasting period.
This article outlines the connection between Ramadan and frequent reading of the Qur’an. It shows some ways to connect with Qur'an.
The article explains everything about Ramadan that you need to know, what Ramadan is, why it is observed, and by whom it is observed.
The Prophetic hadiths clearly ask for actual sighting of the new moon as a means of certainty and not as a precondition for fasting
The Islamic or Hijri calendar is based on a lunar month of 29 to 30 days, with the day starting at sunset
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 merits of Qiyam al layl (The Night prayer) in several hadith mentioning the reward and weight of the deed as a form of encouragement.
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
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.
Allah (all glory be to Him) tells us in the Holy Quran about Ramadan that, “(He wants you) to complete the prescribed period (of fasting), and to glorify Him in that He has guided you; and perchance ye shall be grateful.” (2:185) Many benefits, in addition to the spiritual, result from completing this prescribed period