Ramadan

Muslim Battles During Ramadan

1. Battle Of Badr – 2H On the 17th of Ramadan two years after Hijrah, Allah established the truth of Islam through the epic battle between the polytheists of Quraish and the Muslims. Three hundred odd Muslims, through the strength of faith and help from heaven, defeated a well-equipped army of Makkah that was three …

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The Amazing Way Fasting Reduces Evil In Us

ONE of the best and heartwarming scenes of Ramadan is that of a fasting person, who previously couldn’t get rid of music, movies and other unlawful acts, is now able to live without all of that peacefully.

Practical steps to become a better Muslim

MANY of us want to do more, want to become better. We want to become practicing Muslims but it all seems so overwhelming and we don’t know where to start. Here are some practical steps to help you become more practicing:

Time Management in Ramadan

EVERY year when Ramadan is around the corner, there is a flurry of activity in preparing for it. Whether it’s stocking up on food or spirituality, one of the most daunting feelings is how to make the most of it. How do we make every second count in this amazingly blessed month? I used to …

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All About Suhoor And Iftar

IT is Allah’s mercy that He blessed us with two meals during this month of fasting so we could recharge and energize ourselves. We should educate ourselves about the meals to reap the best out of it, In sha Allah.

What ‘Team Ramadan’ – Non-Muslims Who Tried 18-hr Fasting – Had to Say

SHORTLY after arriving back in London for the last two weeks of Ramadan, one of my sisters informed me of her colleagues and boss who wanted to fast for a day to experience what she and the other Muslim in the office were physically and mentally going through. I was astonished at their timing because …

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Eid Al-Fitr 2014 Around the World

Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan: Afghans take part in morning prayers outside the Shah-e Doh Shamshira mosque. Photograph: Mohammad Ismail/Reuters Occupied Jerusalem Muslim worshippers pray during the first day of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem’s Old City, Monday, July 28, 2014. …

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Hunting for the Ramadan Spirit

MOST people my parents’ age would say that Ramadan is less “family-oriented than it used to be” and it seems to be the time where Arabic TV series and game shows dominate. One thing is for sure, the Ramadan spirit is not what it used to be, that I can say! – a commentator on …

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