Weekly Picks: May 9, 2012


TODAY’S HEADLINES …

For the week Wednesday May 9-16, 2012 . . .

Count Down -—  There are about 70 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.

Make a Plan — One of the easiest ways to stay organized is to create a Ramadhaan Management Schedule. Continue reading →

FREEBIES_______________________________________________________

eBook ibn Taimiyyah: The Nature of Fasting  … Darussalam Publishers Contents: The Nature of Things and Break and Do Not Break the Fast
Questions and Answers: Clouds and the Day of Doubt; The Traveler; Intention; Eating and the Earlier Adhan; Fainting and Madness; A Pregnant Woman. Download The Natuture of Fasting [pdf]

QUICK READS____________________________________________________

Mercies of Ramadhan: Sins.  Within the religion of Islaam there are many favors; one is the month of Ramadan, which is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.

The Prophet – sallallahu alaihi wa sallam – explained to his Ummah that Ramadaan has such a high station that even if a Muslim’s sins were as much as the foam upon the sea, they would be forgiven through fasting in this month.

He – sallallahu alaihi wa sallam – said: “He who fasts in Ramadaan due to eemaan and hoping for reward from Allah then his previous sins are forgiven [3].

Furthermore, in this month people are freed from the Hellfire every day and night, due to Allah’s extreme mercy. The Prophet – sallallahu alaihi wa sallam – told us in this regard that:

“There are, in the month of Ramadaan, in every day and night, those whom Allah grants freedom from the Fire, and there is for every Muslim a supplication which he can make and it will be granted” [4].

This supplication, which is never rejected, occurs at the time of breaking the fast (see Sunan ibn Maajah, 1/577).

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[3] Narrated by Aboo Hurairah and collected in Saheeh al-Bukhari (Eng. Trans. Vol.3, no.125) & Saheeh Muslim (Eng. Trans. Vol.1, no.1664). The hadeeth applies to one who affirms the obligation of fasting in Ramadaan and hopes for the reward of doing it, being pleased with it, not feeling aversion to it, nor thinking that standing in its night is a hardship.

[4] Saheeh – Narrated by Jaabir and collected in Musnad Ahmad and al-Bazzar.

Fruits of Ramadaan“. From ad-Dawal ila-Allah (AbdurRahman.org)

LISTENING IN____________________________________________________ 

The Advices of the Salaf in Regard to Ramadhan — How do you forgive? And how does forgiveness make worship easy?

Shaaykh Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Ibn Ali Ibn Ahmad Al-Jarrullah Al-Malki
Imam / Khateeb – Masjid Al Baraa bin Malik,
King Abdul Azeez International Airport Residential Complex, Member, Jeddah Dawah Centre.

Click play button below (English translation begins at  49 minutes) http://ilmforall.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/the-advices-of-the-salaf-in-regard-to-ramadan-22-07-2011.mp3%20

QUESTION & ANSWER_____________________________________________

Question: Is it permissible for a breast-feeding woman to break her fast? And when should she make up for it? And may she feed (poor people instead of fasting)? Continue reading →

Question: Is the menstruating and post-partum bleeding woman allowed to eat and drink during the day in Ramadhaan? Continue reading →

Question: I never made up the days that I missed from the month of Ramadhan due to my monthly period and I am not able to determine how many days they were.What shall I do now? Continue reading →

A LOOK AHEAD____________________________________________________

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