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  • The Muslim Woman and the Blessed Month

    What joyous moments they are when you see crowds of Muslim men and women entering mosques for praying Taraaweeh or Qiyaam (night) prayers in the blessed month of Ramadan! It is a fascinating scene that kindles the sublime meanings of faith for anyone who contemplates it causing him to taste the sweetness of faith, assurance and optimism. These young.. More

  • Eleven means for women to combat hunger in Ramadan

    Dear sister, thinking of food and drink and the inability to combat hunger indicate that there is nothing that engages you or helps you fill your free time in Ramadan. This is why we offer you these ideas to help you combat the desire to eat and make you feel the sweetness of fasting. - Fasting Ramadan twice! Just a moment please…this is not.. More

  • Time and the Muslim Woman in Ramadan

    Time is a treasure that that is owned by the rich and the poor, and the prince and the commoner. However, it is regretfully a wasted treasure in the lives of many. Day and night follow each other and time passes without exception for any person. Whoever contemplates the Quran and Sunnah will find a warning therein of the importance of time. Allah The.. More

  • Advice to Women in Ramadan

    O Muslim women, O protected pearls of the Ummah (Muslim nation)! I advise you to make a sincere intention to make the most of Ramadan, and to have good expectations of Allah The Almighty regarding your efforts at being dutiful to your parents and husband, raising children, doing the housework and worshipping your Lord. Do not let your kitchen and your.. More

  • Different Types of Women in Ramadan‎‎: Which One Are You? – II

    Some women go to the mosque just to spend some time out of their homes or to see some of their friends and acquaintances, not for the sake of praying. Such women might turn the prayer area into a place for private conversations and their voices may be loud enough for the men to hear them.‎ ‎Some women do not know the rulings of the congregational.. More

  • Different Types of Women in Ramadan‎‎: Which One Are You? – I

    ‎‎Some women spend most of their time in Ramadan in the kitchen ‎and do not dedicate time to remembering Allah The Almighty or reciting the Quran. A woman in this category misses out on the reward of such good deeds and behaves as if the month of Ramadan is just a month for indulging in eating and drinking, not a month for fasting, praying.. More

  • The fast of the pregnant woman during the summer - rules and precautions

    Pregnancy is a difficult and arduous journey that begins with good news and ends with the arrival of the newborn child that would fill the life of his parents with delight and happiness. However, this journey is very difficult during the summer season, and enduring this while fasting is even more difficult. Doctors agree that a pregnant woman who.. More

  • The Menstruating Woman Breaking the Fast and Making up for it

    In a Hadeeth on the authority of Mu‘aathah bint ‘Abdullaah Al-‘Adawiyyah, may Allah have mercy upon her, she said, “I asked ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, ‘Why does the menstruating woman make up for the missed days of fasting but not for the missed prayers?’ She said, ‘Are you a Harooriyyah.. More

  • Getting the most out of Ramadan

    Ramadan is a month of blessing, mercy and forgiveness that only comes once a year. Every good deed we do is multiplied many times giving us abundant rewards for the good things we do. We would be foolish not to take advantage of this great opportunity, but many of us live such a busy life that leaves us almost no time for ourselves, let alone our Creator... More

  • Women’s worship during Ramadan – I

    A Muslim woman should utilize the seasons which Allah has endowed with great benefit and made a source for accumulating rewards. A woman can increase her reward in Ramadan by strengthening various aspects of worship and obedience to Allah, by being keen in performing virtuous deeds and refraining from anything that could affect the rewards of her fasting.. More

  • Women’s worship during Ramadan – II

    Feeding others during Ramadan: ‘Abdullaah bin Salaam, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: “I heard the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, saying:“O people, exchange greetings of Salaam (i.e., say: As-Salaamu `Alaykum to one another), feed people, strengthen the ties of kinship, and be in prayer when others are.. More

  • Your time during Ramadan

    Time is the essence of life, and man’s life is but the seconds and minutes he/she lives. Every hour we live through in this life takes us that much closer to our destiny in the Hereafter. Even though time is the most precious item in our lives (or at least it should be) and we should be guarding it with all the power we possess, it seems to be.. More

  • Fasting women

    We are being approached by a month of mercy, forgiveness and salvation from Hell. It is the month of fasting, praying Qiyaam (the optional night prayer) and recitation of the Quran. It is a month during which rewards are multiplied and sins are expiated. It is a month that approaches us with all the immense mercy and abundant rewards that it includes... More

  • Ramadan…with baby!

    (Tips on making a mother’s fast last) Allah The Most High Says what means: "To Allah belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth; He creates what He wills. He gives to whom He wills female [children], and He gives to whom He wills males.." [Quran 42:49] A mother lode of Ramadan blessings Children are God’s gifts to whomever.. More

  • A day in Ramadan

    This is a suggested program for your days during the month of Ramadan in order to help you better utilize your time in this blessed great month in a way that would get you closer to Allah Almighty. Respected sister! Your program starts before Fajr (dawn) during the last hours of the night. You should wake up, perform ablution and pray as much as Allah.. More