Increasing the recitation of the Quran in the month of ramadhan(رمضان): The Quran’s deep relationship with the month of Ramadhan (رمضان) is not hidden from anyone. It’s revelation upon the sacred heart of the Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] began in this month and no one was more aware of… Read More »Ramadhan(رمضان); The month of Quran
The Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] would eat Sehri: In Ramadhaan the Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] would eat Sehri and would declare it a blessed meal. Syeduna Anas narrates: “The Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] ordered me to bring him some food at the time of sehri so I… Read More »importance of sehri (Sahri); Benefits of fasting in islam
It is important to remember that the Prophet’s [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] relationship with Ramadan did not begin with the obligation to fast. He had a connection with it before this. It was during this month that he would achieve seclusion in Mount Hira and connect with his Lord, using… Read More »The Prophet’s relationship with Ramadan before fasting
Prophet [PBUH] would make a special dua on sighting the moon of Ramadhaan: It was the practice of the Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] to make special dua on sighting the moon every month but for the moon of Ramadhaan he would make a special dua. It is narrated in… Read More »Special dua on sighting the moon of Ramadhaan
The Prophet’s [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] initial act was to love Ramadan and make dua for its attainment. It is in Imam Tibraani’s Aowsat and Musnad Bazaar that as soon as he would see the moon of the month of Rajab He would supplicate: “Oh Allah make Rajab and Shabaan… Read More »Prophet’s Love for the Blessed Ramadan
Today we talk about the Prophet and the Month of Ramadan (Ramadhan). Fasting became obligatory on a Monday: Monday not only has the virtue of being the day in which Allah’s messenger arrived in this world but it is also the day in which the fasts of Ramadan became obligatory.… Read More »The Prophet and the Month of Ramadan (Ramadhan)
Not fasting when in doubt: Fasting is based on the moon. Consequently the Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] made special arrangements to sight it. If the moon was sighted He [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] would fast and If the moon could not be sighted due to clouds the Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi… Read More »Fasting on the day of doubt; No fast when in doubt
The Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] would prepare for Ramadan in the month of Shaban. It is narrated from Syeda Aisha that apart from Ramadan the month in which He [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] fasted the most was Shaban. “The Prophet [sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam] would fast the most in… Read More »Preparing for Ramadan in the month of Shaban
A Tafsir is an exegesis; a detailed explanation. With relation to the Holy Quran, a Tafsir serves the function of contextualizing a particular verse thereby making it easy to understand the wisdom and message contained in a verse making them easily applicable to… Read More »Tafsir al quran karim; Detailed explanation of Quran
Taharah means purity; cleanliness. Keeping oneself in the state of Taharah is essential for both men and women. When a Muslim is not clean and unable to perform daily religious obligations, he/she is in the state of nijasa (impure; unclean). It is obligatory for Muslims to become clean as soon… Read More »What is Taharah in Islam? Meaning of cleanliness?
The Holy Quran is the last Book of Guidance from Allah sent via the Archangel Jibrail to the Prophet of all Prophets, Muhammad [PBUH]. Allah revealed the Holy quran over the span of 23 years. It was revealed orally upon the Prophet [PBUH] and not a single word is of… Read More »Al Quran kareem introduction القران الكريم
The Holy Sunnah refers to the example/act of the Prophet and Hadith (pl. aHadith) refers to his holy sayings. In Sura an‐Najm, Allah reveals about the Prophet: “Your Prophet does not speak from himself. His every word is inspired and revealed by Allah. He was taught by the Mighty Powerful…”… Read More »SUNNAH and Hadith Difference between Quran and hadith
ahle kitab , closely translated as “People of the Book”, is the title given to Jews and Christians in the Holy Quran. why they called ahle kitab (People of the Book): The term (People of the Book) itself appears in the Holy Quran 30 times. The title is such because the Holy… Read More »Definition of ahle kitab. Who are People of the Book?