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When is `Eid in Your Area? Here Is What Astronomy Says - About Islam

When is `Eid in Your Area? Here Is What Astronomy Says

Muslims all over the world will be looking, on June 3, for the new moon of the holy month of Shawwal to mark the beginning of `Eid Al-Fitr after the fasting month of Ramadan, Moonsighting reported. The astronomical new moon (conjunction) of the new Hijri month of Shawwal will occur on June 3, 2019 (Monday) …

Month of Shawwal and the Prophet Joseph

Month of Shawwal and the Prophet Joseph

The Prophet Joseph’s life is a fantastic example of doing good works in perpetuity and the pleasant results it produces. God encourages us to explore his biography and benefit from the valuable lessons in his life. “Certainly there were signs in Joseph and his brothers for those who ask.” (Quran 12:7)

Why Should You Fast Shawwal? - About Islam

Why Should You Fast Shawwal?

There is still chance to fast the 6 days of Shawwal and guess what, if you do, it is a sign of an accepted Ramadan!

Fasting 6 Days Of Shawwal

Fasting 6 Days Of Shawwal

Fasting 6 days of Shawwal gives us the reward for fasting for a whole year. Mufti Menk has some good advice on how we can go about doing these 6 days after Ramadan. We do not have to do them consecutively and we can try and do them with people to make it easier.

Back to Normal Life… How to Proceed After Ramadan (Imams' Posts)

Imams' Tips for Your Spirituality After Ramadan

Here we go! Ramadan and Eid are over and it is time to resume our normal life. Will we be at the same level of worship and spirituality we had before Ramadan? Did Ramadan make any difference in our life and spirituality? Below are some useful tips for life after Ramadan from esteemed Imams and …

Saudi to Look for `Eid Moon Monday - About Islam

Saudi to Look for `Eid Moon Monday

The Supreme Court has called on all Muslims in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of Shawwal on Monday evening, 29 Ramadan, corresponding to July 4, to determine the start of `Eid Al-Fitr.



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