Ramadan Reinspired: Day Five This Ramadan bring about a positive change within yourself, make a habit of greeting others whether you know them or you don’t. Let’s not avoid those who have a bond with us that is stronger than blood - those at the Masjid who worship Allah daily alongside us.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Five This Ramadan bring about a positive change within yourself, make a habit of greeting others whether you know them or you don’t. Let’s not avoid those who have a bond with.

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Ramadan Revelations: Day Twenty Nine As Ramadan starts to wind down, Here are some things that we can continue to do throughout the year: The most obvious deed to continue is fasting because despite.

Ramadan Mubarak to all my sisters and brothers on here who follow me. May this be blessed month for all of us and may Allah accept our fasting Inshallah

Ramadan Mubarak to all my sisters and brothers on here who follow me. May this be blessed month for all of us and may Allah accept our fasting Inshallah

Ramadan Reflections: Day Twenty Seven

lionofallah: Ramadan Reflections: Day Twenty Seven Let the tears wash away your sins.

Ramadan Reflection: Day Twenty Eight.

Ramadan Reflections: Day Twenty Eight With Eid ul-Fitr around the corner, let’s not forget the needy and poor.

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Ramadan Reinspired: Day Thirteen Reach out to those near you, and help those in need. Is there a family in your neighborhood that you haven’t seen in a while? A student in a strange new city?

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Everyone has their own problems. The best way to relieve the stress & pressure is by speaking about it to someone close, someone who loves and cares for you. Then how about the one who loves you 7

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Ramadan Reinspired: Day Twelve We should be considerate of others, and try not to become a source of distraction during salah. Remember the advice of the Prophet (SWS): “Whoever eats onions or garlic.

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Six Neighbors occupy a very high status in Islam. So much so that a person cannot be called a true Muslim if his neighbors go to bed hungry. The blessed month is an excellent opportunity to get know our neighbors both Muslim and not yet Muslim. Invite them for an Iftar and make use of this rare opportunity to let them experience the spirit of Ramadan. Our Prophet Muhammad (SWS) said, “Gabriel kept on recommending me about treating the neighbors in a kind and polite

Ramadan Reinspired: Day Six Neighbors occupy a very high status in Islam. So much so that a person cannot be called a true Muslim if his neighbors go to bed hungry. The blessed month is an excellent.

Revolutionizing Reminders

Islamic Visual Artist and Typographer. "And remind, for indeed, the reminder benefits the believers.

D'après Abou Houreira (qu'Allah l'agrée), le Prophète ﷺ était le plus généreux des hommes et le moment où il était le plus généreux est durant le ramadan lorsque Jibril le rencontrait et Jibril venait à lui chaque nuit de ramadan afin de lui enseigner le Coran. Ainsi lorsque le Prophète (que la prière d'Allah et son salut soient sur lui) rencontrait Jibril il était plus généreux que les vents envoyés. [Rapporté par Boukhari dans son Sahih n°3220 et Mouslim dans son Sahih n°2308]

D'après Abou Houreira (qu'Allah l'agrée), le Prophète ﷺ était le plus généreux des hommes et le moment où il était le plus généreux est durant le ramadan lorsque Jibril le rencontrait et Jibril venait à lui chaque nuit de ramadan afin de lui enseigner le Coran. Ainsi lorsque le Prophète (que la prière d'Allah et son salut soient sur lui) rencontrait Jibril il était plus généreux que les vents envoyés. [Rapporté par Boukhari dans son Sahih n°3220 et Mouslim dans son Sahih n°2308]

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