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Ramadan Gems is a collection of remembrance of Allah through dhikr, invocations, along with remarkable Ramadan opportunities which were practiced and taught by Prophets Muhammad (s.a.w) that are not to be missed every day of this blessed month. Written by Yahya Ibrahim. Published by Tertib Publishing. Pages: 100 ISBN: 978-9672420996 Size: A5 Soft cover
With the Tawfeeq of Allah S Shaykh Abdul Raheem (hafizahullah) has again done a great service for the Muslim community by compiling and explaining some common Masaa’il that arise during the blessed month of Ramadhan. His research and consultations with Ulama and Muslim doctors has helped solve many important issues
This booklet shows both the wisdom implied in the prescription of these three acts of worship and the benefits resulting from their performance. Allah willing, you will find that the regular practice of these three approaches to Allah’s pleasure will make your life much better in this world and in
All Societies, from the most primitive to the most advanced, have found fasting useful for one reason or another. The people of the Book – Jews, Christians and Muslims have emphasized fasting during certain periods seeking atonement or penance and expressing feelings of mourning or festivity. Even other religious people
Section one of the book attempts to demonstrate that fast of Ramadan was meant to play a strategic role in the mobilizing the Muslim community for consolidation of its unity, solidarity, faith and morale, and for building that power with which to resist aggression, deter the aggressor, liberate the oppressed
A Guide to Ramadan and Fasting is a concise yet comprehensive guide covering all aspects of Ramadan and Fasting. It outlines the fiqh of fasting (including sunnah, mustahabb, and nafl fasts), Salat at-Tarawih, I'tikaf, Sadqat al-Fitr and 'Eid, giving the rulings of the Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki, and Hanbali madhabs. As
This book will help the reader better understand the fine points about fasting. like; What is the nature of the things that break the fast? What are the rules by which one can know the difference between what breaks the fast and what does not?