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Ramadan Announced in India

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Happy news! Ramadan has been announced in INDIA. 21 July 2012 is the first day of fasting.We pray Allah makes this month blessed for us all, and enables us to benefit fully from it through our fasting, praying, charity and other good deeds.

You might be thinking why im not publishing articles on Ramadan,The Truth is we have publish many articles last year,as soon i will get more,i will publish more InshahAllah.

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Ramadan Mubarak to All our fans here!! We Wish and Pray Allah increase our emaan, erase our sins and give us strength to take maximum of benefit from this month, and May our work be benificial for Muslim Ummah! May Allâh forgive us for all our known and unknown sins, help all of us to make the best of this blessed month

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6 Ways to Kill Bad Breath Whilst Fasting
Source: ProductiveRamadan.com

I don’t need to say much about bad breath in Ramadan, we’ve all experienced it (either from others or ourselves) and it’s becoming a serious issue that needs to be tackled as it affects our self-confidence (and hence our productivity).

Firstly, it should be noted that the smell that comes from the fasting person’s mouth as a result of the fast is not something to be disliked, because it is the effect of obedience to Allaah. In the hadeeth it says that “the smell from the fasting person’s mouth is better in the sight of Allaah than the fragrance of musk.” Unfortunately, this hadeeth is often misunderstood as an excuse to drop all forms of oral hygiene during Ramadan! That shouldn’t be the case. We need to put the effort in and take care of our oral hygiene as best as we can, and if any bad smell still emanates then we should remember the above hadeeth and try to be patient. The biggest evidence that oral hygiene is important especially during Ramadan is the example set by our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) who used to use the siwak often whilst fasting.

So what can we do to reduce or eliminate bad breath whilst fasting? Here are 6 practical tips (adopted from beating-bad-breath-during-ramadan)

1. Clean Your Tongue

No, not with a brush, but with a special tongue scraper (Yes I know, didn’t know they existed before either!). Gently cleaning the tongue twice daily is the most effective way to keep bad breath in control; it wipes off the bacterial biofilm, debris, and mucus. Ask your dentist to recommend a scraper suitable for your tongue.

2. Brush Regularly

Brush regularly for at least four minutes, twice a day. Get a timer and make sure that you don’t put that brush down until you hit the 4 minute mark! When brushing we should clean our teeth and gums, cleaning even more thoroughly after eating or drinking milk products, fish and meat – especially at suhur time.

3. Floss often

Flossing should be implemented daily and choose unscented floss so that you can detect those areas between your teeth that give off odours, and clean them more carefully

4. Miswak

The fasting person should use miswak throughout the day. The miswak (miswaak, siwak, sewak) is a teeth cleaning twig made from a twig of the Salvadora persica tree, also known as the arak tree (or peelu tree). Using miswak is both rewardable and effective:. Numerous international studies have been done that prove the effectiveness of miswak for oral hygiene and has been highly recommended by Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

He said: ‘Make a regular practice of the Miswaak, for verily, it is healthy for the mouth and it is a Pleasure for the Creator (i.e. Allah is pleased with the Muslim who uses the Miswaak)” [Bukhari]

5. Drink lots of Water (before and after fasting)

Bad breath seems to be more potent when fasting due to the dryness of the mouth. To reduce this drink plenty of fluids during the evening and suhur time. If you are a denture wearer, it would be advisable for you to soak the denture in an antiseptic mouthwash overnight.

6. Regular visits to your dentist

Regular visits to the dentist throughout the year are also essential although we may not enjoy them. There may be cavities, broken fillings, spacing between teeth, or pockets that may be allowing food packing which may in itself be causing a foul smell.

So in conclusion, if you want to beat the bad breath during Ramadan, then clean your tongue, brush thoroughly (especially after those meat and fish curries!) and drink plenty of fluids whenever you can.

Source: ProductiveRamadan.com

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Eating Habits in Ramadan

By Kamal El-Mekki.

The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) addressed his companions on the last day of Sha`ban, saying, “Oh people! A great month has come over you; a blessed month; a month in which is a night better than a thousand months; month in which Allah has made it compulsory upon you to fast by day, and voluntary to pray by night. Whoever draws nearer (to Allah) by performing any of the (optional) good deeds in (this month) shall receive the same reward as performing an obligatory deed at any other time, and whoever discharges an obligatory deed in (this month) shall receive the reward of performing seventy obligations at any other time. It is the month of patience, and the reward of patience is Heaven. It is the month of charity, and a month in which a believer’s sustenance is increased. Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all.” [Narrated by Ibn Khuzaymah]

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Ramadhan: the Month of Qur’an

By Br. Abu Dharr, Based on Ibn Rajab’s “Lata’if al-Ma’arif”

The first part of this is based on an extract from Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali’s Lata’if al-Ma’arif (pp. 179-182), quoted by Fahd bin Sulaiman in Kayf Nastafeed min Ramadan (pp. 48-50).

Ramadan has a special relationship with the Qur’an, of course:

“The month of Ramadan is the one in which the Qur’an was sent down, a guidance for mankind, clear proofs for the guidance, the Criterion; so whoever amongst you witnesses this month, let him fast it.” ( Surah al-Baqarah 2:185)

The word ‘so’ (fa) in this ayah leads to the following paraphrase of one aspect of its meaning:

“Fast this month because it is the one in which the Qur’an was sent down.”

Ibn ‘Abbas narrates that “the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) was the most generous person, and he would be at his most generous in Ramadan because Jibril would come to him every night and he would rehearse the Qur’an with him.” (Sahih al-Bukhari, Eng. trans. 6/486)

This hadith contains recommendation of the following:

  • Studying the Qur’an in Ramadan;
  • Coming together for this purpose;
  • Checking (one’s memory/knowledge of) the Qur’an with someone who has preserved it better;
  • Increasing recitation of the Qur’an in Ramadan;
  • That the night time is the best time to recite, when other preoccupations decrease and it is easier to concentrate, as in Surah al-Muzzammil 73:6.

Further, Fatimah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated from her father (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), who told her that Jibril would rehearse the Qur’an with him (in Ramadan) once every year, and he did so twice in the year of his death. (Bukhari 6/485)

After mentioning the above aspects of the Sunnah, Ibn Rajab talks about the situation of the Salaf (the early Muslims) during Ramadan:

“… Some of the Salaf would complete reciting the whole Qur’an during the night prayer of Ramadan every 3 days, others every 7 days e.g. Qataadah, others in 10 days e.g. Abu Rajaa’ al-Atardi. The Salaf would recite Qur’an in Ramadan in Prayer as well as outside it. Al-Aswad would finish the Qur’an every 2 nights in Ramadan; Ibrahim an-Nakh would do likewise in the last 10 nights specifically, & every 3 nights during the rest of the month. Qataadah would regularly finish the Qur’an in 7 days, but in 3 days during Ramadan, when he would study the Qur’an especially, and every night during its last 10 days. Al-Zuhri would say when Ramadan began, ‘It is recitation of the Qur’an and feeding of people.’

When Ramadan began, Imam Malik would cease narrating Hadith and sitting with the people of knowledge, and stick to reciting the Qur’an from its pages, while Sufyan al-Thawri would leave other acts of worship and stick to reciting the Qur’an. ‘Aishah would recite from the pages of the Qur’an at the beginning of the day in Ramadan (i.e. after Dawn), until when the sun had risen, she would sleep. Zayd al-Yaami would bring copies of the Qur’an when Ramadan began and gather his companions around him. …”

Ibn Rajab later continues,

The forbiddance of completing recitation of the Qur’an in less than 3 days applies to this being made a regular practice, but as for favoured times such as Ramadan, esp. the nights in which Laylat al-Qadr is sought, or favoured places such as Makkah for the visitor, it is recommended to increase reciting the Qur’an to avail the time and place. This is the view of Ahmad, Ishaq and other Imams, and the practice of others indicates this too.”

The purpose here is not to discuss whether or not the latter view is correct or not, since that is purely academic for most of us, as we do not get anywhere near reciting the whole Qur’an in three days! However, the practice of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), his Companions, and those who followed their path, should be clear enough.

As a further example, Bukhari (3/79) quotes from the noble Companion Zaid bin Thabit who answered the question, “How much time was there between the pre-dawn meal and the Dawn Prayer?” by saying, “Enough time to recite fifty ayat.”

Since the practice of the Arabs was to measure time in terms of everyday actions, this shows that the Sahabah were preoccupied with the Qur’an, especially in Ramadan.

Compare all this with our sad state, when we talk so much about establishing Islam, implementing the Qur’an, etc. and yet have such little contact with it, maybe not completing its recitation ever at all since childhood, or perhaps never! Hence we become unbalanced in our understanding of Islam, because there are ayat which we rarely or never hear or think about; we repeat only certain selected ayat over and over again; we lost the context of the verses, the overall flow, argument and balance of the Qur’an, all of which is beautiful & miraculous. Because of this ignorance we go astray from the Straight Path, split up into sects, lose the blessings of Allah…

“We took a covenant from those who said: we are Christians, but they forgot part of the message with which they had been reminded, so we ingrained amongst them enmity and hatred until the Day of Judgment…” (Surah al-Ma’idah 5:14)

In Sahih Bukhari (6/521), there is an amazing piece of advice from the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace): 

“Recite the Qur’an as long as your hearts agree on it; if you disagree about it, stop reciting it (for the time being).

Studying the Qur’an should bring people together!

In Surah al-Mu’minoon (23:53), there is mention of the people before us (in whose footsteps we would follow), who broke up their Deen into sects (zuburan), each party rejoicing in what it had. One understanding of this, from the word zuburan meaning literally ‘books’, is that each sect left the Book of Allah and concentrated solely on the books of its own sect, so “they split their deen up into books”!

The most twisted, ridiculous, shallow ideas, innovations and superstitions are propagated amongst Muslims when they are away from the Qur’an, because any little knowledge of the Qur’an would be enough to dispel them.

Hence, O servant of Allah, leave aside secondary books and concentrate on studying the blessed Book of Allah in this blessed month (use a good translation/commentary if needed), for it is the source of all knowledge in other books, and keep away from wasting time, especially in futile discussions and arguments which lead nowhere, for that is a sure sign of being misguided, as the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said,

 “Whenever a people went astray after they had been on guidance, they were given to argumentation (jadl).”(Ahmad, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah – Sahih al-Jami’ al-Saghir, no. 5633)

Finally, remember that the Messenger (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) will complain to Allah on the Day of Judgment that his people neglected the Qur’an (Surah al-Furqan 25:30). Neglect of the Qur’an is of different levels, as Ibn al-Qayyim writes:

Not reciting or listening to it; Not studying and understanding it; Not conveying its message; Not judging by it in personal and communal matters, at all levels of society; Not believing in it.

All Praise is due to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. 

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Why We Need Ramadan ??

We Need Ramadaan because !! 

• Ramadan is a month of Forgiveness.

• Ramadan is a month of Rahmah.

• Ramadan is the month of generosity.

• Ramadan, the month that Allah subhaanahu wa ta’ala accepts the Tawbah of the servants, and the month that Allah blesses His servants.

• We are in need of Ramadan to correct ourselves, for we have forgotten Allah tabarak wa ta’ala for the majority of the year.

• To correct ourselves for we have been neglectful.

• To correct ourselves for we are not upon the remembrance of Allah

• To correct ourselves because our hearts have gotten hard, some hearts are dead, some hearts are sick, some hearts are stone-cold, some hearts are black, getting no benefit whatsoever. Some hearts are so bad, and so ill that they see a good as a Munkar, (as an evil), and they see an evil as a good. These are not as they should be.

• We need a Ramadan because our connection with Allah tabarak wa ta’ala is not correct.

• We need a Ramadan because we do not have any Khushoo or devotion in our Salaah.

• We need a Ramadan because our Qur’an has dust and is sitting on a shelf.

• We need a Ramadan because we never read the books of Sunnah

• We need a Ramadan because we don’t fast, and if we fast physically without food or drink, we don’t fast with our eyes by lowering them and our tongue by not slandering and our tongue by not lying and backbiting. We need a Ramadan to get ourselves back in order, to work for the hereafter, to connect ourselves to Allah tabarak wa ta’ala.

• We need a Ramadan because relationships brother to brother and sister to sister is in a miserable condition.

• We need a Ramadan because we have bad thoughts about one another.

• We need a Ramadan because of dhulm, injustice to one another.

• We need a Ramadan because there is backbiting, there is envy, there is jealousy, and there is slander.

• We need a Ramadan because we are despicable, because we are sick, because we are ill. (all these are diseases of the heart).

• We need a Ramadan because we don’t believe in the promise of Allah tabarak wa ta’ala, or if we do, we don’t implement it

• We need a Ramadan because it is time for us to change and become something better then we are now.

• We need a Ramadan because that is the only thing that is going to get us back together.

• We need a Ramadan because we don’t have unity, there’s no brotherhood.

• We need a Ramadan because there’s no respect to elders.

• We need a Ramadan because there’s no real love between us.

• We need a Ramadan, full of love and the Mercy of Allah tabarak wa ta’ala.

• A Ramadan like we come in, like in a clinic or a hospital, trying to solve our illnesses, trying to come out of there without the disease we came in with, trying to be better than we went in with.

• We need a Ramadan. Look around you, look to your right, look to your left, look in front of you and look behind you and you’ll say, “We need a Ramadan.”

• The sisters aren’t covering properly, we need a Ramadan. Brothers and sisters are mixing, we need a Ramadan. Talking on phones and on the internet, we need a Ramadan. This is a mess, we are in a fix, we are in a bind, and this is a problem. We need a Ramadan. We need a Ramadan to get ourselves together.

• We need a Ramadan, that we come in the Masjid and face the Qiblah and we say “Allahu Akbar” and we stand in qiyaamah a long time until those diseases, that filth, that sickness, that hardness of the heart goes away.

• We need a Ramadan that reminds us of the Hell-fire. We need a Ramadan that tells us that we haven’t been given a certificate that we are people of the Jannaah.

• We need a Ramadan that lets us know that we are servants of Allah tabarak wa ta’ala.

• And if we were to spend our whole life, from the time we were born until Yawm al Qiyaamah in Sajdaah, it would not be enough to thank Allah for His Mercy, His Grace and His Blessings.

• We need a Ramadan and it is clear. If there is any fear of Allah left in the hearts of ours and if there is any hope of Jannaah left in us, and if there is any desire to change and to be better and to be righteous and to come to the level of Ihsaan, to come to the level of a Mumim, to have taqwa, to fear Allah? We need a Ramadan.

• We need a Ramadan, a month of Tawbaah.

• We need a Ramadan, a month of Maghfira.

• We need a Ramadan to correct our behavior, we need a Ramadan to understand that we have been committing injustice to one another. And as the Prophet(sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) said: “Zulumaat yawmal Qiyaamah” we’ll be changed physically into darkness on the Day of Judgement. • We need a Ramadan to understand the Hadith: to fear the duaa of the one whom we have done injustice. For there is not between Allah and the person making the invocation, the person making that supplication of the person to whom injustice has been done, there is no veil between that person and Allah. That duaa is immediately accepted.

• We need a Ramadan to be as the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) was. That he was the most generous, he was generous in general and he was most generous in Ramadan Like a wind, spending, giving to his right, giving to his left, giving in front of him, giving behind him, giving to anyone who came. He gave without them asking.

• We need a Ramadan to inculcate these qualities. We need to control our desires. We need to control our tongue. We need to control our limbs. We need to learn self discipline. We need to control our anger. We must do things in Ramadan not out of habit, something that is just tradition, that we are most despicable when we went in. We have to change our condition. We have to change our connection with Allah tabarak wa ta’ala. For how light is the view of Allah when they disobey Him. This is what was said by one of the Sahabahs when he had the crown of the Persian King in his hand.

You’re planning for marriage, you’re planning for education, you’re planning for a job, but we need to plan for the Jannah. We need to prepare for the Jannah during the month of Ramadan.

We are in severe need for Ramadan, so that we come into Ramadan with repentance, we come into it with regret, we come into it realizing that we are weak, that we need Allah tabarak wa ta’ala to correct us, realizing that we are wrong and that we need Allah tabarak wa ta’ala to place upon us that which is right, realizing that we are weak and that we need Allah tabarak wa ta’ala to grant us strength. We need a Ramadan Oh Yes!! We need a Ramadan

Written By: Sheikh Abu Uwais Abdullah Ahmed Ali (rahimahullah)

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