Tag: Eid العيد

Manners, etiquette, and traditions for Eid

July 26, 2014
Manners, etiquette, and traditions for Eid

“Abdullah ibn Umar used to perform a ritual bath on the day of breaking fast before he would depart for prayer.”

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Ibn Al-Qayyim on the Prophet’s guidance for Eid

July 26, 2014
Ibn Al-Qayyim on the Prophet’s guidance for Eid

“The Prophet would perform the ritual bath before heading to Eid prayer according to an authentic report.”

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Can a menstruating woman visit the mosque or recite the Quran?

February 6, 2014
Can a menstruating woman visit the mosque or recite the Quran?

“Ibrahim An-Nakha’i said there is no harm if a woman recites a verse from the Quran while menstruating.”

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Blessings of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah

August 14, 2013
Blessings of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah

“There are no days greater and more beloved to Allah then these ten days of Dhul Hijjah.”

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Ibn Qudamah on Charity at the end of Ramadan, Zakat Al-Fitr

July 23, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on Charity at the end of Ramadan, Zakat Al-Fitr

“Zakat Al-Fitr (charity given at the end of Ramadan) is an obligation upon every Muslim who owns more than the essential food he needs for himself and his dependents, to be given on the eve and the day of Eid.”

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Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

July 16, 2013
Ibn Qudamah on voluntary fasting

“Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan and regularly follows it by fasting six days in the month of Shawwal will be counted as if he has fasted his entire life.”

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