The Battle of Badr was fought in the 2nd year after the Hijra in the month of Ramadan (13 March 624 CE)in the Hejaz region of western Arabia.It was the first significant combat between the Muslims and Quraysh, the most powerful tribe in Mecca.
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The end of Ramadan is marked by Eid Ul-Fitr. Eid Ul-Fitr is celebrated on the first day of Shaw’waal.”Eid” is an Arabic meaning “festival“, while Fitr means “to purify”. So Eid Ul-Fitr represents the purification after completing the fasting month. Continue Reading →
The general and preferred Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) was to dedicate himself to the worship and remembrance of the Lord in isolation in the masjid for a period in the month of Ramadan. In the year the Prophet (pbuh) died, he (pbuh) observed ‘itikaf’ for twenty days of Ramadan. Continue Reading →
Shab-e-Qadr (the night of Qadr) is a highly virtuous night since the Holy Quran was transferred on the holy heart of the Prophet(pbuh) from LOH-E-MEHFOOZ (the Preserved Tablet) to the earth in this night. Continue Reading →
Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) described Ramadan as the month of patience (narrated by Nesa’ee). He also stated that being grateful to Allah is half the faith, and being patient is the other half of faith. Continue Reading →
In Ramadan, Everyone wants to make the best use of their time, but it seems overwhelming. Let’s review how our Prophet (pbuh) spent the blessed month of Ramadan. Continue Reading →