Monday, August 19, 2019
zakatul-fitr

Zakatul-Fitr (Fast-Breaking Zakah)

The Obligation Zakatul-Fitr is an obligatory charity to be paid by the end of Ramadan, Hence, the term is a causative one, as Fitr (breaking the fast) is the cause for Zakah...
zakah on gold and silver

Zakah on Gold and Silver

The rulings on Zakah on gold and silver are also applied with regard to what is derived from them such as money, jewels, ingots and the like. The proof of the legality...
Zakah Legality and Virtue

Zakah Legality and Virtue

A Muslim must know the details of the rulings on Zakah, its conditions, those required to pay it, those for whom it is to be paid, and the properties from which...
invocation after finishing prayer

Invocation after Finishing Prayer

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) used to say the following invocations after finishing his obligatory prayers: In Arabic, “Astaghfirullah” three times, and once “Allahumma anta al-salam wa minka al-salam tabarakta ya dhal-jalali wa’l-ikram.” Which means,...
how to pray like Prophet Muhammad pbuh based on authentic hadith

How to Pray like Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) based on Authentic Hadith?

Here is how to pray like Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) based on Authentic Hadith. It is written by Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan, who is a notable Islamic scholar and has been a member...
things which nullify fasting

Things which Nullify Fasting

There are things which nullify fasting that a Muslim should know so as to avoid and beware of, for they invalidate fasting and make it void. Things which Nullify Fasting are: Having Sexual...
hadith regarding ramadan

Hadith regarding Ramadan

List of all the Hadith regarding Ramadan: When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained....
why do Muslims fast

Why do Muslims fast in Ramadan?

Fasting is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Fasting is a far’d (obligatory) for adult Muslims, except those who are suffering from an illness, travelling, are elderly, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic,...
ramadan dates change every year

Why do Ramadan dates change every year?

Ramadan dates change every year because, for religious matters, Muslims follow a lunar calendar — that is, one based on the phases of the moon — whose 12 months add up...
significance of ramadan

Significance of Ramadan

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting. The month lasts 29-30 days based on the visual sightings of...
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