Ramadan

Continue The Change After Ramadan

This Ramadan has been like none other. However, it’s amazing to note that we may be a lot closer to the Ramadan of the Prophet (ﷺ) and the early generations this year.

Sleeping & Resting While Fasting

Question: I spend my day in Ramadan asleep or at rest since I am unable to work due to my (experiencing) severe pangs of hunger and thirst, so does this affect the validity of my fast? A- This does not affect the validity of the fast, (rather) therein is an increase of reward due to …

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What Nullifies The Fast?

Question: What Nullifies The Fast? A: Sexual intercourse; Eating; Drinking; The emission of Mani (semen) due to desire; Whatever bears the characteristics of food and drink; Intentional vomiting; The emission of blood due to cupping; The emission of menstrual and postpartum blood. – Sheikh Muhammad Bin Salih Al-‘Uthaimeen, Islamic Verdicts on the Pillars of Islam 

Ali Banat and Dying in Ramadan

Screenshot from a video. Ali Banat’s back is toward the camera. Allah’s signs are all around us — in life and in death. On May 29, 2018, an Australian Muslim, Ali Banat, passed away in the blessed month of Ramadan, like many other Muslims around the world. What distinguished Ali was his legacy and the …

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Ramadan Rules For Marriage And Intimacy

 MANY Muslims are unaware of what rules and regulations surround marriage and intimacy during Ramadan. This compilation deals with the most common issues surrounding marriage and intimacy in the month of fasting.

Istiqamah: How To Remain Steadfast After Ramadan

THE word istiqamah comes from the Arabic root word قام (qaama) which means to rise, to stand upright. The word مستقيم (mustaqeem) is derived from the same root. From the perspective of Shari’ah, it means “to remain consistent on the path you are in, no matter what happens.”

9 Tips for Seeking Laylatul Qadr

IN Ramadan, there is a frisson of excitement that runs through the Muslim community. There is so much to prepare in this glorious month – menu plans for iftar so that we don’t overeat, Eid clothes and gifts, and of course, preparing ourselves spiritually. There is also a shiver of nervousness – there is such …

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