Fasting in Ramadan With the advent of another Ramadan, a mixture of feelings overwhelm the hearts of Muslims all over the world.
With the coming of Ramadan, every Muslim has to prepare himself for that blessed month. This book tackles the most important issues that a Muslim has to be aware of before going on fasting. It tries to present the rulings of fasting as well as the spiritual objectives for which fasting was obligated. Take your time in going through this helpful book and we hope that we provided something that has been beneficial for you.
Upon becoming Muslim, one must fast the month Ramadan, the second act of worship that Allah enjoins upon us, every year. One must abstain from anything that breaks the fast; eaing, drinking and sexual intercourse, from the time of fajr (dawn) until maghrib (sunset) as an act of obedience to Allah. In this e-book, we will try to help you to make this Ramadan your best Ramadan ever.
Out of His Wisdom with His slaves, God the Almighty has singled some times and places out for greater estimation and veneration so that people will compete to seize their advantages and rewards, and make progress in their status with their Lord, Allah (Glory be to Him).
The month of Ramadan is one of the 12 months of the Islamic calendar. Allah Almighty says, “The number of months in the sight of Allah is twelve (in a year)—so ordained by Him the day He created the heavens and the earth” [At-Tauba, 36].