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Ramadan and its Hijackers

By Khalid Baig Ramadan is a month of tremendous blessings. Today it is also a time of great challenges. The challenges come from a head-on collision between Ramadan and the materialism, consumerism, and hedonism that have unfortunately engulfed Muslim societies. Approached correctly and observed diligently, the former could help us …

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Food & Nutrition for a Healthy Ramadan

READY, SET, GO! By Karimah Bint Dawoud- Muslim Chaplain & Clinical Nutritionist Welcome Ramadan Alḥamdulillāh, all praise is due to Allah the Creator of the heaven and earth and everything in between. As the month of Ramadan is moving backwards through the solar calendar once again, Ramaḍān begins in the …

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10 Tips to enjoy a healthy Ramadan.

Here are 10 tips for you to enjoy a healthy Ramadan. 1. Drink water The most important tip that I can give everyone in preparation for Ramadan is, to start drinking water now! Adequate hydration is simple and important .Take hydration seriously and notice the difference this Ramadan when you’re …

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Taraweeh,“Eight or Twenty?”

  The Truth In The Light of Ahadeeth   The following article, Taraweeh 8 or 20 is written by Moulana Zakariyya Memon as thesis for his Iftaa course. This article makes useful read to understand the issue clearly. The format is well laid out and well substantiated. May Allah accept …

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25 Advices for Ramadan

From the book Khulaasatul Kalaam 1. Fast Ramadhan with belief and truly seeking the reward of Allah the Most High so that He may forgive you your past sins. 2. Beware of breaking your fast during the days of Ramadhan without a valid Islamic excuse, for it is from the …

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Emotional Detox during Ramadan

 Haleh Banani As you are in the midst of Ramadan you need to make sure that you are completely cleansed in every aspect.  Many of you have prayed long rakats sincerely asking  for forgiveness,  read Qur’an while shedding many tears and engaged in many acts of charity feeling renewed.  The …

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Tarawih is 20 rak’ats. No less!

almiftah.com Moulana Muhammad Abbasomar The following article was written by myself and edited plus published by www.deoband.org a few years ago. May Allah Ta’ala use to guide us all. Ameen. In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. In recent times there has been a growth in …

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