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Tafsir of Surah al Qadr – Power (Surah 97)

An exegesis of the ninety-seventh chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegesis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.

Guidance of the Prophet in Fasting

From the Book 30 lessons for those who Fast: It contains the most pertinent Quranic verses, authentic hadiths, delightful poetry and touching advice. It is, therefore, a book for the righteous when they meet for pleasant converstions. It is also a a gift for the wayfarers when they break their journeys for rest, a treasure for those who share mutual love and respect, when they assemble for picnics...

The Wisdom Behind Fasting

From the wisdom of fasting is that: It is an act of worship done for Allah, in which the ‘abd (servant) draws closer to His Lord by abandoning the things that he loves and desires. So because of this, the truthfulness of his Faith and the completeness of his servitude to Allah become apparent, as well as his love for Allah and his longing for what Allah has prepared for him (of good).

Before the Sand Slips Away

For many living in Western countries, Ramadan is passed daily with 9 to 5 jobs or school - nights where we may or may not go for Taraweeh. A peak at the TV (may Allah protect us) and the night is over. Back to work where all around us people are eating and drinking from crystal water fountains. Blink. Ramadan is over.

Health Tips For Ramadan

This article provides useful tips on how to avoid some common problems encountered in Ramadan. If followed, it would enable one to fast comfortably and enjoy fully the spiritual benefits of Ramadan.

The Inner Secrets of Fasting

Know, that in the fast (Sawm) is a special quality that is not found in anything else. And that is its close connection to Allah, such that He says: "The fast (Sawm) is for Me and I will reward it." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Muslim]. This connection is enough to show the high status of fasting.

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."

Remaining Steadfast After Ramadân

"Indeed, steadfastness after Ramadân and the rectification of one's statements and actions are the greatest signs that one has gained benefit from the month of Ramadân and striven in obedience. They are tokens of reception and signs of success. "

From Ahâdîth us-Siyâm: Ahkâm wa Adab

Conjugal Kindness

"Allâh calls our attention to a great blessing that He has endowed us with. This blessing is the relationship between man and woman by which isolation is removed, happiness is achieved and peace and tranquility are attained in the life of this world. One should therefore, take care of this blessing and not become a cause for its destruction." Khutbah from Makkah Sha‘bân 28, 1424 (October 24, 2003)

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.
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