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  • 1. FromFahmy, Rinzah, Waleed, Leila & Bilal
  • 2. “ O y e w h o b e lie v e , f a s t in g h a s b e e n p r e s c r ib e d u p o n y o u a s it w a s p r e s c r ib e d u p o n th o s e b e fo r e yo u , s o th a t ye m a y le a r n s e lf - r e s t r a in t ” . (Chapter:2, Verse:183)
  • 3. General RecommendationsIt is strongly recommended by Prophet Muhammed (P.B.U.H) to observe these practices during Ramadan:- • To have a light meal before the break of the dawn, known as Suhoor.•To eat three dates and have a drink of water rightafter sunset, saying this prayer: “O God! For Your sake we have fasted and now we break the fast with the food You have given us”.•To make your meals as light as possible because, as the Prophet (P.B.U.H.) put it, “The worst thingman can fill is his stomach”. (Al-Tirmidhi, no. 2380)
  • 4. General Recommendations •To exchange social visits & intensify humanitarian services. •To observe the supererogatory prayers known as Taraweeh. •To increase study & recitation of the Quran. •To exert the utmost in patience & humbleness. •To be extraordinarily cautious in using the senses,the mind and, especially, the tongue; to abstain from careless & gossipy chats & avoid all suspicious motions.
  • 5. T h e H o ly P r o p h e t M u h a m m e d ( P . B . U . H ) s a id , t h a t A lla h S u b h a n a h u - w a -t a a la s a id : “All the deeds of man are for himself,except for fasting, which is for Me and I shall reward it MYSELF”. ( A l-B u k h a a r i, A l- F a t h , n o . 19 0 4 )
  • 6. Virtues and Benefits of Fasting • F a s t in g w ill in t e r c e d e f o r a p e r s o n o nt h e D a y o f J u d g e m e n t , a n d w ill s a y , “ OL o r d ! I p r e v e n t e d h im f r o m h is f o o d a n d p h y s ic a l d e s ir e s d u r in g t h e d a y , s o le t m e i (Reported d eAhmad, i m . ” n t e r c e by f o r h 2/174)• T h e s m e ll t h a t c o m e s f r o m t h e m o u t h o f a f a s t in g p e r s o n is p r e f e r r e d b y A lla h tha n the s c e nt o f mu s k . (Muslim, 2/807)• Who e ve r fa s ts o ne d a y fo r the s a k e o f A lla h , A lla h w ill r e m o v e h im a d is t a n c e o f s e v e n t y y e a r s ’ f r o m t h e H e ll-f ir e . (Muslim, 2/808)
  • 7. Virtues and Benefits of Fasting • W h o e v e r f a s t s o n e d a y , s e e k in g t h ep le a s u r e o f A lla h , if t h a t is t h e la s t d a y o f h is lif e , h e w ill e n t e r P a r a d is e . (Reported by Ahmad, 5/391) • T h e H o ly P r o p h e t M u h a m m e d ( P . B . U . H ) s a id , “ W h o e v e r f a s t s R a m a d a n o u t o f f a it h a n d w it h t h e h o p e o f r e w(Al-Bukhari, Fath, p r e v i o u s s i n s a r d , a l l h i s no. 37) w ill b e f o r g iv e n . ” • In P a r a d is e t h e r e is a g a t e c a lle d a l- R a y y a a n , t h r o u g h w h ic h t h o s e w h o f a s t w ill e n t e r , a n d n o o n e w ill e n t e r ite x c e p t the m; w he n the y ha ve e nte re d , i t w i l l b e l o c k e d , a n dFath, - o n e e l s e w i l l (Al-Bukhari, n o no. 1797) e n t e r t h r o u g h it .
  • 8. In the Name of Allah, the be r than wrshipping H im a tte oMost Gracious, the Most tho sand mnths, w is 8 u o hich 3 Merciful. ye & 4 mnths) . ars o Ve rily, We hav se it ( this e nt Quran) do n in the night o A l- w f Qadr ( D e e . cre) The in de nd the ange and re sce ls the R u [ J ibrae ( Gabrial) ] h l by A llah’s Pe issio w all rm n ithA nd w w m yo kno w hat ill ake u w hat De e cres.the night o A l-Qadr( D e e is? f cre) ( A ll that night) , the is Pe re aceThe night o A l-Qadr is be r than f tte ( and Godne fro A llah to his o ss m a tho sand mnths( i.e wrshipping u o , o be v slav s) u the lie ing e ntil A llah in that night is appearance o daw f n. (Chapter: 97)
  • 9. What to do in the Night of Glory or Power Narrated Aisha (P.B.U.Her), Allah’s messenger (P.B.U.H) said, “Search for the night of Qadr in the odd nights of the last ten nights of Ramadan”. (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol: 3, Hadith no: 234) Aisha (P.B.U.Her) narrated, “I asked Allah’sMessenger (P.B.U.H) what should I do if I find the night of Qadr”. The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) replied, “Pray to Allah: O our Lord! You are the most Forgiving, You love to forgive, so forgive us”. (Al-Bukhari & Muslim)
  • 10. •G i v e u s t h e s t r e n g t h & p a t i e n c e t o f a s td u r in g t h e w h o le m o n t h o f R a m a d a n .• A c c e p t a ll o u r f a s t s in t h is h o ly m o n t h . • G iv e u s t h e o p p o r t u n it y t o w o r s h ip in t h e n ig h t o f Q a d r & a c c e p t o u r w o r s h ip p in g .• H e lp u s t o c o n t in u e a ll t h e g o o d d e e d s w e d o in t h is h o ly m o n t h . (AMEE N)

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