Weekly Picks: May 2, 2012


For the week ending Saturday May 5, 2012 . . .

Count Down -—  There are about 80 days until Ramadhan 1433 A.H. (Jul 2012) insha’Allah. It is not too early to start thinking about Ramadhan and planning for it.

Make Ups -—  Keep making up your missed days from the last Ramadhaan! Remind your family members and friends as well.

Do it while the days are still short(er) and the weather is still cool! Come up with a plan and stick to it the best you can.

Ramadhan Cleaning —  A blank Spring Cleaning Checklist [pdf] and completed tasklists for your Clean Ramadhaan routine. Schedule cleaning session dates and times in your planner. Continue reading →

QUICK READS____________________________________________________

The Rulings Pertaining to Making up the Fast. Whoever breaks his fast or is unable to fast during Ramadhaan due to an Islaamically permissible reason, then he is required to make up for this day; such as the one whose … Continue reading →

The Wisdom and Benefits behind Fasting. Fasting has an amazing effect in preserving one’s outer limbs and inner capacities as well as protecting the soul from being overtaken by destructive components, which can ruin and destroy it.  Continue reading →

LISTENING IN____________________________________________________ 

Menses at the start of Maghrib adhan . . . Would her fasting be counted or not? Click to Listen →

QUESTION & ANSWER_____________________________________________

Question: If a person had one fast from Ramadhaan to make up, is it permissible for him to fast on a Friday?

Response: It is permissible for a Muslim to fast on a Friday if he is making up a fast from Ramadhaan, even if it is just one day.

And with Allaah lies all the success, and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his family and his companions.

The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Verdicts

A LOOK AHEAD____________________________________________________


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