When should Muslims start takbir on Dhul-Hijjah, and what is the exact wording transmitted from the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) in this regard?
I have the habit of fasting every Monday and Thursday. I heard that it is not permissible to fast on the Days of Tashreeq (11, 12, and 13 Dhul-Hijjah). I fasted one of the Days of Tashreeq.
Dhul-Hijjah 9 is a very special day. The Day of Arafah, one of the most blessed days of the year, is named after the place where pilgrims gather on this day, `Arafah. Rituals of Dhul-Hijjah 9 After the sun rises on Dhul-Hijjah 9, pilgrims leave Mina to `Arafah. Staying in `Arafah is a major pillar …
The aim would be to try and make the best use of this day if possible, and we will suggest a routine, which would be possible even if one is busy Insha’Allah. So here is the routine. Wake up Early and pray Tahajjud and Have Suhoor. Make lots of du’a during the Tahajjud time…
Some of the scholars talked about, “Well how come Allah uses “wa layaal” the nights instead of the days, when we know the most virtuous nights of the year are the last 10 nights of Ramadan and the most virtuous days of the year are the first 10 days of Dhul-Hijjah?”
Why should we fast on 9th Arafah? What is the reward of fasting this significant day? Mufti Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf discusses. Is There Any Evidence Supporting Fasting in Dhul-Hijjah?
Can you, please, mention the days of fasting in Dhul-Hijjah? What is the evidence?
The first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah are the best days of the year. They combine acts of worship in a way unlike any other time. The Prophet informed us that Allah loves good deeds in them more than any time else. And today is the first of these special days. Do you know what the Prophet’s (peace and …
Is the sacrifice of a person who cut his hair and trimmed his nails after the beginning of Dhul-Hijjah valid under such circumstances?
What are the references for performing good deeds (especially fasting) on these days?