Book your place at our Reviving Ramadan conference on Sunday, 19 March, between 7-10pm GMT. Spread the word and we hope to see you there!
Why is Muharram singled out as the “month of Allah” from the rest of the months?
“There is a relationship between those who fail to subdue their desires and the fire,” writes Dr Haroon Sidat. “The fire, when fed, becomes ever more ferocious…”
Can I pray tarawih at home if the masjid is open? Can I hold a mus’haf or tablet? How much Qur’an should I read? Sh Haitham answers our questions about fasting/prayer times and tarawih this year.
Top tips from a dental expert about oral hygiene and bad breath in Ramadan
This discussion goes back to the earliest generation of Islam, and Sh Dr Sajid Umar explains how Muslims today can navigate it
Sha’bān is a month which many people neglect. Imagine when Allāh looks at His creation during this time, only a few humans are engaging in worship… and you’re one of them!
We are approaching persistent twilight soon in the northern hemisphere, which means the technical fajr time is going to be moving RAPIDLY until it reaches around 1AM!
It is expected of us to say that we will miss Ramadan or are sad it is ending. But if we truly reflect on this and are honest with our own souls, are we really happy this Ramadan is ending or are we really sad it is ending?
The blessings (barakah) of this month are many. To miss out would truly be an irreplaceable loss…