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Global Commission for Introducing the Messenger
Guidance in Ramadhan

Third Encounter
Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy upon him) said, "The guidance of Allah's Messenger (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) in Ramadhan was the most complete and perfect for achieving the desired objective with ease. Fasting Ramadhan was made obligatory in the second year following the Hijrah, so at his death he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) had fasted nine Ramadhans.

 Fourth Encounter

What Breaks Fasting

His guidance was also that if he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) was in a state of sexual impurity at the break of dawn he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) would perform ghusl after the fajr adhan and observe the fast. And he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) might kiss one of his wives while fasting in Ramadhan and compared it to rinsing the mouth with water.
His Guidance Concerning Eating or Drinking Out of Forgetfulness


The Messenger of Allah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said:

"It is not an act of piety to fast while on a journey." [Al-Bukhari]

The Messenger of Allah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) said:

7 Tips for a Healthier Ramadan

Eat Suhur

The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, highly recommend eating this pre-dawn meal before a day of fasting. While you may want to pass to catch some more sleep, remember that you can always take a catnap while you're fasting, but you won't be able to eat or drink. To make it easier, set out utensils and dry food on the table before going to bed so you can quickly eat and go back to sleep after Suhur.

Limit fat intake

10 great goals Ramadan

Eat, drink and be moderate
Almost all of us do it - once Iftar time hits, we just keep plowing food and drink into our mouths till it's hard to move afterwards. And those of us who do it know this is totally contrary to the spirit of Ramadan, through which we're supposed to learn self-control not self-indulgence. Let's try to stick to the Prophetic rule on eating: fill our stomachs with one-third food, one-third water and one-third breathing space, even in Ramadan.

Give a pound a day in charity...or five or ten

by Sound Vision Staff writer

Top 8 ways to boost your Ramadan spirit this year
1. Dua

Ask Allah to make this the most awesome, spiritually uplifting Ramadan you've ever had. Only He can make it happen and relying on Him completely is one step in boosting our spirits.

2. Quiet your mind, turn off the...


What is Ramadhan?

Ramadhan is that time of the year when Muslims recharge their spiritual batteries. For a whole month, they fast from dawn to sunset, and offer additional prayers at night. After the end of Ramadhan comes one of the two Muslim festivals, a day of Eid. On this day, Muslims thank God for His guidance and grace in helping them to control their baser desires and fulfill their spiritual

Mercy to Mankind Magazine - issue # 3


We would like to bid you a warm welcome to the second edition of Explore Islam, a new quarterly magazine which aims to cover a
broad spectrum of contemporary issues as well as highlighting the life and true message of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
who is revered by Muslims as the final Messenger sent to mankind. It is strange that despite being voted the most influential person in
history (The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History by Michael H. Hart), and with Islam being the fastest growing religion
in the world, many misconceptions still continue to circulate about the Islamic faith and its most prestigious and most famous personality.
It is a little known fact that Islamic civilisation has played an integral role in the history of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Muslims have contributed
significantly to the scientific and cultural development of humanity.

Sydney Mosque Engages Muslim Youth

Following years of campaigning, the Muslim community in Sydney’s western suburb of Blacktown has finally opened the doors of their first mosque, offering Muslim leaders a chance to reach out to troubled young people in the area.

"The mosque will be a place for troubled youth off the streets to liaise with others, to talk with them," Sharif Amin from the Afghan Association of New South Wales told ABC News on Monday, May 5.

"So that they can feel a sense of belonging, a place where they can be heard, where they can become involved with other activities."