Fasting

  • Supplications for the Month of Ramadhan
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    The arabic text, english translations, and audio recordings of supplications recited in Ramadhan, including Du'a Iftitah, the A'amal of Laylatul Qadr, and sermon of the Prophet (s) welcoming the month of Ramadhan (Ramadan).

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  • Supplications for the Month of Ramadhan
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    The arabic text, english translations, and audio recordings of supplications recited in Ramadhan, including Du'a Iftitah, the A'amal of Laylatul Qadr, and sermon of the Prophet (s) welcoming the month of Ramadhan (Ramadan).

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  • Understanding the Month of Glory Lessons on the Month of Ramadhan
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    Excellent lessons and activities on the month of Ramadhan for children and youth; includes verses from the Qur'an, traditions on fasting, a chant, Ramadhan checklist, reasons for fasting, seaking nearness to God, and much more.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions on Zakat Al-Fitrah
    by: Academy of Learning Islam

    Frequently Asked Questions on Zakat Al-Fitrah

    (According to Fataawa of Ayatullah Sayyid Ali al-Husayni Seestani)

    by Academy of Learning Islam

    Reproduced with permission from the Academy for Learning Islam.

    Q. What is Zakatul Fitrah?

    A: It is religious tax/alms (zakat) paid on the day when Muslims break the fasting period at the end of the month of Ramadhan. This alms is known as Zakat al-Fitrah.

    Q. What do the Qur'an and Hadith say about Fitrah?

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  • Manifestations of the All-Merciful
    by: Abu Muhammad Zaynu'l 'Abidin

    Commentary and reflections on the first portion of the supplication recited daily during the month of Ramadhan that begins with "Allahumma adkhil `alaa ahli-l-quboor as-suroor" (O Allah, give happiness to the people of the grave). Includes Part I and II.

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  • Manifestations of the All-Merciful
    by: Abu Muhammad Zaynu'l 'Abidin

    Commentary and reflections on the first portion of the supplication recited daily during the month of Ramadhan that begins with "Allahumma adkhil `alaa ahli-l-quboor as-suroor" (O Allah, give happiness to the people of the grave). Includes Part I and II.

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  • Fasting according to the Five Schools of Islamic Law
    by: Allamah Muhammad Jawad Maghniyyah

    Differing opinions among the schools of Islamic Law on the rules of fasting, including being excused from fasting and repaying missed fasts.

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  • Fast of the Month of Ramadhan: Philosophy and Ahkam
    by: Yasin T. Al-Jibouri

    This text includes fasting in history, benefits of fasting, types of fasts, and the Prophet's preaching on Ramadhan. Also includes other articles on the Night of Power, and Invocations for Ramadhan.

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  • Fasting and the Holy month of Ramadhan
    by: Sheikh Mansour Leghaei

    In this collection of articles about fasting, the author discusses its significance and practice during the times of the previous Prophets (a.s) and also, the etiquette and purpose of the month of Ramadhan.

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  • A Short Treatise on The Divine Invitation
    by: Muhammad M. Khalfan

    This book discusses why the Holy Month of Ramadān described by the Holy Prophet (s) as ‘The Banquet of Allāh’ and what it means to be his special Guest.

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  • Fasting during the month of Ramadhan
    by: Hussein al-Hussein


    A unique moral and spiritual characteristic of Islam is the prescribed institution of Fasting or Siyam in Arabic. Literally defined, fasting means to abstain completely from foods, drinks, sex, and smoking, before break of the dawn till sunset, during the entire lunar month of Ramadhan, the ninth month of the Islamic year.

    Fasting Ramadhan is one of the five pillars of Islam. A fasting Muslim will usually eat a meal right after sunset called Iftar, which means breakfast, and another light meal right before dawn called Sahur.

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  • Fasting during the month of Ramadhan
    by: Hussein al-Hussein


    A unique moral and spiritual characteristic of Islam is the prescribed institution of Fasting or Siyam in Arabic. Literally defined, fasting means to abstain completely from foods, drinks, sex, and smoking, before break of the dawn till sunset, during the entire lunar month of Ramadhan, the ninth month of the Islamic year.

    Fasting Ramadhan is one of the five pillars of Islam. A fasting Muslim will usually eat a meal right after sunset called Iftar, which means breakfast, and another light meal right before dawn called Sahur.

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  • The Merits of Fasting and the Month of Ramadan
    by: Mohammad Ali Shomali

    In this paper, the author elaborates on the concept of divine banquet and refers to some of the bounties of Allah SWT in the month of Ramadan and for those who fast.

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  • Laws and Practices: What is the Fast of the Month of Ramadan
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    A brief text on the significance of fasting in the month of Ramadan.

    What is the Fast of the Month of Ramadan?

    O Believers! Fast is prescribed for you as it was for those before you so that you may ward off evil. (Fast) a certain number of days… (Holy Qur'an: Chapter 2, Verses 182-183)

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  • Il Digiuno nell Islam
    by: Sayyd Muhammad Rizvi

    Il Digiuno nell Islam

    Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi

    La Tradizione del Digiuno

    Digiunare durante il mese di Ramadhan è uno dei principali insegnamenti dell’Islam. Allah (SwT)1 dice nel Santo Corano:

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  • Fast
    by: Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi

    This short text is a collection of five articles written by Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi dealing with various aspects of the month of Ramadan, its significance and the holy day of Eid-ul-Fitr that marks the end of this blessed month.

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  • Fast
    by: Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi

    This short text is a collection of five articles written by Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi dealing with various aspects of the month of Ramadan, its significance and the holy day of Eid-ul-Fitr that marks the end of this blessed month.

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  • Hidaya Ya Ramadhani
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    Kitabu hiki kinazungumzia kufunga na kufungua katika mwezi mtukufu wa Ramadhani na vile Muislamu anatakiwa awe katika mwezi huu.

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  • Falsafa Ya Mwezi Mtukufu Wa Ramadhani
    by: Hujjatul-Islam Sayyid Jawad Naqvi


    Makala haya yameandikwa na Hujatul-Islam Sayyid Jawad Naqvi. Anaelezea falsafa ya mwezi mtukufu wa Ramadhan.

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  • Laws and Practices: Why do the Shi'ah avoid Tarawih congregations
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    A brief text about Tarawih congregations, how they originated and how they are perceived from Shi'a and Sunni standpoint.

    Why do the Shi’ah avoid Tarawih congregations?

    And during a part of the night, engage in the night prayer (Tahajjud) beyond what is incumbent on you; perhaps your Lord will raise you to a position of great glory. (Holy Qur’an, 17:79)

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  • Pratiche Religiose Consigliate per il Sacro Mese di Ramadhan
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    Questo articolo, dopo aver riportato alcuni Ahadith sul mese di Ramadhan, illustra alcune delle pratiche religiose più raccomandate (mustahab) da eseguire durante questo sacro mese, il prediletto di Allah (SwT), fra le quali vi sono alcune suppliche, e anche le 1000 preghiere del mese di Ramadhan.

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  • Kufunga Saumu Siku Ya Ashura
    by: Amiraly M. H. Datoo

    Kufunga Saumu Siku Ya Ashura

    Makala 1 haya yametarjumiwa na:
    Amiraly M. H. Datoo datooam@hotmail.com Bukoba – Tanzania

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  • Perche i Musulmani Digiunano?
    by: Seyyed Hosseyn Nasr


    Perche i Musulmani Digiunano?

    Seyyed Hosseyn Nasr

    Alcune verità sono evidenti per natura, ed in circostanze normali non necessitano di esser discusse. Ma in un momento e in un’epoca in cui le verità più evidenti sono messe in discussione od occultate dalle nubi del dubbio, si è obbligati a parlare anche delle più ovvie. Una di queste verità è la necessità di un elemento di ascetismo nella vita umana.

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  • The holy Month of Ramadhan - A Brief Poem
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    Reading lots of Quran.

    Avoiding bad deeds.

    Making good food.

    Aiming to be a better Muslim.

    Donating money to the poor.

    Having fun on ‘Eid.

    Always be honest.

    Never forget the Almighty Allah.

    Written by Askari Hussain, a student in the 2nd grade of an Islamic School.

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  • The holy Month of Ramadhan - A Brief Poem
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    Reading lots of Quran.

    Avoiding bad deeds.

    Making good food.

    Aiming to be a better Muslim.

    Donating money to the poor.

    Having fun on ‘Eid.

    Always be honest.

    Never forget the Almighty Allah.

    Written by Askari Hussain, a student in the 2nd grade of an Islamic School.

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  • Brevi Invocazioni per ogni giorno del Santo Mese di Ramadhan
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    Questo testo illustra delle brevi invocazioni, una per gni giorno del mese di Ramadhan, con il testo in arabo, la traslitterazione e la traduzione in italiano

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    Brevi Invocazioni per ogni giorno del Santo Mese di Ramadhan

    E’ mustahab (raccomandato) recitare queste piccole invocazioni dopo tutte le preghiere wajib, oppure dopo il Maghreb, quando ci apprestiamo a rompere il digiuno.

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  • Hotuba ya Mtume Kuhusu Ramadhani
    by: Amiraly M.H. Datoo


    Hotuba ya Mtume Mtukufu (s.a.w.w.) Kuhusu Mwezi Mtukufu wa Ramadhani.

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