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Ramadan,`Eid, and Family Conflicts

`Eid and Family Conflicts

In this counseling answer: • A Muslim is required to be kind even to his non-Muslim relatives. • My advice to you is try your best not to focus on how your family reacts to you, but go and attempt to do what Allah (swt)loves for His sake alone. • We must find it in …

Fasting the Day of Eid: Why Is It Forbidden?

Fasting the Day of Eid: Why Is It Forbidden?

Wa `alaykumAs-Salamuwa RahmatullahiwaBarakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: It is not mentioned in any hadith that Satan fasts on the day of Eid. But it is confirmed that the Prophetforbade us from …

Having Fun on Eid: What Is Allowed?

Having Fun on Eid: What Is Allowed?

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this Fatwa: 1- Eid is supposed to be fun 2- The Prophet allowed two girls to sing using duff. 3- The Abyssinian kids were dancing with their spears and …

Summer time

Use Summer Time to Fortify Your Soul

Nature has a strange way of calming the soul and reviving the spirit. Within minutes of arriving at the ocean, you can feel a sense of harmony covering you like a blanket.

When to Make up For the Missed Days of Ramadan

When to Make up For the Missed Days of Ramadan

One should make up each day of Ramadan missed with another day of fasting later—one day for each day missed—at any other time of year. These days need not be continuous. One should try to make up these missed fasting days as soon, but certainly before the beginning of the next year’s Ramadan.

House of Lords Discusses Fasting in Different Religions - About Islam

House of Lords Discusses Fasting in Different Religions

A few weeks after the month of Ramadan during which Muslims around the world observed daily fasting, the Conservative Muslims Forum (CMF) brought together a panel of faith leaders Tuesday, June 18, to share the historical tradition of fasting in different religions. Organized and managed by Mohammad Amin, Farukh Miah, and Lord Sheikh from the …

Post-Ramadan Depression: I Haven’t Done Enough in Ramadan

Post-Ramadan Depression: I Haven’t Done Enough in Ramadan

In this counseling answer: • There is nothing you can do to change what has already passed.However, that does not have to stop you achieving what you wanted to achieve in Ramadan. • Setting very small goals like this, to begin with, will grant you the sense of connection and contentment that you achieved something. …

Lord of Ramadan.. Lord of the Entire Year

Lord of Ramadan.. Lord of the Entire Year

Ramadan is now over. Our eyes shed tears and our hearts ache for the departure of the month of the Qur’an, the month of mercy, the month of solidarity, the month of forgiveness, the month of freedom from the Fire. However, we should continue doing good deeds after Ramadan since the Lord of Ramadan is …



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