As you see others leading their carefree lives this summer, Muslims on the other hand will patiently restrain themselves, with eyes that never lose sight of the perfect and eternal Home.
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?
Worried about fasting this summer? “Allāh has made it incumbent upon Himself that whosoever makes himself thirsty on a hot day, from the days of this life which are extremely hot, it is a right upon Allāh that this person have his thirst quenched on the Day of Resurrection.”
The summer months always bring confusion to Muslims in high northerly latitudes. Sh Dr Haitham al-Haddad explains why Fajr is so early and the different reactions to it.
This time of year many countries with significant Muslim populations will be experiencing persistent twilight, where the astronomical signs for Isha will disappear and Fajr will occur very early…
Do you know anyone taking exams this Ramadan?