As far as a Muslim’s relationship with Allah Almighty is concerned, there is no difference between man or women. Both are promised the same reward for their good conduct, and the same punishment for wrong doings. The Holy Qur’an says:
“And for women are rights over men similar to those of men over women.” (2:226)
Most Muslims who fast in Ramadan focus on the benefits and rewards of it. But in doing so, we often make mistakes that instead of adding to our experience actually detract from it. Mistakes that can make us commercialise Ramadan as so many other religions have commercialised their sacred days. Insha’Allah the following will serve as a reminder to, first, myself and then to all Muslims. May Allah help us in spending our time wisely this Ramadan and help us in avoiding these mistakes. Ameen! Read more…
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. It is during this month that Muslims observe the Fast of Ramadan. Dates for Ramadan 2014 (or 1435) are 29June – 28July approx
The first evening of Ramadan
In many places around the world Muslims will be looking to the heavens this evening. They will be interested in knowing if they will be able to see the crescent moon. If it is visible this will be the signal for the beginning of the month of Ramadan. (In most countries religious authorities will make a proclamation concerning the beginning of Ramadan). No fasting will take place till tomorrow morning. Muslims will rise early to eat their breakfast before the day begins. Afterwards they will not have anything else to eat or drink till nightfall. This will be their daily experience during the next 30 days. In the uk this means between aprox 2:45am till 9.30pm every day. Read more…
May Allah swt grant you and your loved one’s the strength and Taqwa to complete this blessed month of Ramadan
And may you take full advantage of these powerful days, InshaAllah.
May I take this opportunity to wish you, your family, friends and loved ones, A Blessed Month of Ramadan…
May Allah’s mercy and blessings be with you throughout the Holy month of sacrifice and throughout the year, InshaAllah.
May all your good deeds & du’as be accepted, yourwishes fulfilled and all your sins forgiven.
May Allah grant us the strength to help those less fortunate in Allah’s name, InshaAllah!
Have a wonderful Ramadan!!!
Dua for each day of Ramadan
Dua: 1st Day of Ramadan
Allah during this month, accept my fast as the fast of those whose fast is acceptable to Thee. Accept my standing up in Salaat as the standing up of those whose Salaat is acceptable to Thee. Keep me awake during this month and free me from the Desires of the insensible persons. in this holy month forgive my sins and errors, O the One worshipped in all the Universe. Pardon me, O the One who pardons the sinners. Read more…