The month of Dhul Hijjah is a blessed month, but its first 10 days are particularly special, a time filled with rewards, blessings and significance. Here are three things Muslims are strongly encouraged to do during the first 10 days of Dhul al-Hijjah.
Summer is a good time to help your kids reconnect with the Muslim community, since weekend Islamic school and other programs at the mosque take a hiatus. That means less of a chance to learn and socialize in an Islamic atmosphere on a consistent basis.
The challenge when Ramadan and summer coincide is that summer is all about leisure, and Ramadan is about pushing ourselves spiritually. With leisure time and Ramadan at their longest this year, there are still ways we can adjust our schedules to make the most of the blessed month spiritually.
It is unfortunate that we do not always take full advantage of the gift of Salah. We may pray five times each day but few of us remain conscious for long that in Prayer we have the best means to develop a strong connection with Allah.
This article is not about the glory of Islamic Medicine of past 1000 years which produced great physicians like al Razi and Ibn Sina. This article is also not about virtues of honey, the center point of discussion in most of the articles written these days on Islamic Medicine.
Hajj is an excellent opportunity for Dua, a time when we are visitors to God’s house, when we are not distracted by our day to day lives. Here are a few suggested Duas we can make during the journey of a lifetime.
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