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.
E-Da`wah Committee (EDC) presents this ebook "All About Zakat al-Fitr" for new Muslims to learn how, when and why Zakat al-Fitr is paid. Every Muslim is required to pay Zakat al-Fitr at the conclusion of the month of Ramadan as a token of thankful¬ness to God for having enabled him to observe fasts. Its purpose is to purify those who fast from any indecent act or speech and to help the poor and needy.
Malcom X's Letter From Makkah – E-Da`wah Committee Read Malcolm X’s letter to his assistants in Harlem during his pilgrimage to Makkah
In an attempt to make use of Muslim scholarship in the field of Da`wah, the E-Da`wah Committee (EDC) presents in this ebook a conversation that took place between the prominent Muslim scholar Sheikh Muhammad al-Ghazali and an atheist.
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.
By His wisdom, God gave preference to some places and times over others. For Muslims, Friday is the best day of the week, Ramadan is the best month of the year, “Laylat al-Qadr” is the best night in Ramadan, the day of “Arafah” is the best day of the year. Likewise the first ten days of the month of “Dhul-Hijjah” are the blessed days for Muslims.
புனித ஹஜ் கடமையை நிறைவேற்றுபவர் மேற்கொள்ள வேண்டிய கிரியைகள் குறித்து ஒரு சுருக்க விளக்கத்தை இங்கு தருகின்றோம்.!
As water has become a matter of concern for the modern world and its international organizations, such as the UN- officially designating a yearly World Water Day observed on 22 March, Islam was the first to place such importance on the matter.
Jumu`ah or Friday is so important in Islam. It is considered the best day of the week for Muslims. It is the day where the Muslims gather to offer prayer in congregation. The day of Jumu`ah is one of the blessings that the Muslim nation has been endowed with. Imam Ibn Kathir said, "It was named Jumu`ah because it is derived from the word Al-Jam` in Arabic which means to gather, as Muslims gather on this day every week, and Allah has commanded the believers to gather for His worship.