Today’s du`aa’ is an example of how making du`aa’ to Allah doesn’t have to be complicated, and the beauty behind the process of supplicating.
All Praise and Thanks are due to Allah the Almighty Who has blessed us with witnessing yet another Ramadan! The Prophet said that actions are judged by their ending. So while many of us have started preparing for `Eid, we should also make sure that we end this blessed month in a great way.
What are the etiquettes of `Eid Al-Fitr? What is recommended in offering `Eid Prayer? Is it recommended to offer `Eid prayer in large open area or in mosques? What is the ruling of visiting the graveyards on that day? What is the ruling of zakat Al-Fitr?
Can you change what has been decreed? Today’s episode covers `Umar’s (may Allah be pleased with him) prayer to be written amongst those who have been blessed.
In the final episode of the Prayers of the Pious series, Sheikh Omar Suleiman reflects upon the du`aa’ of Umar (ra) and praying for guidance.
The end of Ramadan ushers in one of two major celebrations in the Islamic calendar. A day of festivities called Eid al-Fitr. In Arabic Eid means something which returns and is repeated every certain period of time. The word Eid, however, has evolved to mean a festivity.
The first morning after Ramadan is the beginning of a very unique, jolly day with religious and social rituals for all Muslims. So, what do we do on that day?
How do we become among Allah’s servants, over which Satan has no authority? How do we continue the spirit of Ramadan for the entire year, and throughout our lives?
What should we do after Ramadan? How should we carry the torch of Ramadan forward? How should we benefit from taqwa (God-consciousness) that we gained in Ramadan? Click to know.