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How to Seek Laylatul-Qadr

Adapted from "The Night Prayers: Qiyam & Tarawih from works by Muhammad Nasir ud-Deen al-Albani (and other scholars)"

The Last of the Ramadân Warriors

The Ramadân warrior is the one who fasts only when Ramadân comes. He is the one who does Qiyâm-ul-Layl only on the nights of Ramadân. The generosity and feeding of the hungry is a practice for him that ends with the moon of Shawwal.

Allâh ta'ala tells us in the Qur’ân; a verse that we read so many times in the past month:

"O ye who believe! Fasting was prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you so that you may become pious."

Exerting Oneself During the Last Ten Days of Ramadân

The last ten days of Ramadân have a special virtue over any other (set of days), in which one should increase in obedience and acts of worship, such as prayer, making dhikr (remembrance) and reciting the Qur’ân.

The Month of Ramadhân: The Tarâwîh Prayers

"To stand in prayer during the nights of Ramadhân is referred to as Salât at-Tarâwîh (the Night Prayer). Linguistically, scholars have mentioned its meaning to be linked to the relaxing and enjoyable nature of this prayer...."

(Adapted from the works of the two Shaykhs ibn Bâz and ibn ‘Uthaymîn rahimahumallâh)

Ramadan: The Month of Standing Up at Night

From the Book 30 lessons for those who Fast: If nights set in, the hearts of the negligent sleep and the spirits of the playful die while the hearts of the believers come to life with wide awakened and fearful eyes. How can one who remembers the repose of the grave, the gathering of mankind and the decisive manifestation ever sleep?...
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