A Ramadan Message – Maximize Your Rewards

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Ramadan (the 9th month in the Islamic Hijri calendar) is here again and more than a billion Muslims are gearing up to observe the various ibadat (worship) of this month. Although fasting is the primary highlight of this month, other Ibadat too, such as salat (prayers), Quran recitation, acts of charity, proactively striving for good deeds, etc., go hand in hand with fasting and will be the focus of everyone’s efforts.

As Muslims, the same Ibadat are at our disposal throughout the year. However, the many additional rewards associated with our worship during this month make the same Ibadat more potent. Even those with little faith and eeman in their hearts join the foray in an attempt to reinvigorate the Taqwa (piety) in their hearts, which is the primary objective of Ramadan1.

During Ramadan, Allah will be opening the gates of His mercy. He has reassured us of the immeasurable rewards of fasting that we can earn only if we rightly espouse the spirit of the month. In Ramadan, He chains the devils2 (that whisper in our heart inviting us to sins) so that we can focus on purifying our souls, which are frequently pushed toward sins. He has provided us one special night during this month, the worship in which is better than a thousand months (Quran: al-Qadar, 3). Allah has raised the reward of Umrah in Ramadan by making its reward equivalent to performing Hajj3. By providing Ifatar to a person who is fasting can get us the reward of feeding the fasting person along with the reward that we would have had for our own fasting4. He has also designated one specific gate in paradise (called ar-Rayyan) that will be used to enter paradise on the Day of Judgment only by those who had fasted5.

The list of potential rewards is quite long. However, it is noteworthy that despite all our fasting and praying, earning those rewards is not automatic and instead requires that that we appropriately engage ourselves (both physically and spiritually) in ways that Allah and His prophet have taught us. The following covers some of those topics.

1) Ensure that your fasting is only for Allah

A critical prerequisite for starting Ramadan and its Ibadat requires that we first purify our intentions. One shouldn’t fast, for example, because it is healthy to do so, or to “go with the flow.” While fasting has numerous virtues and benefits, the primary motivation of fasting should be solely to seek Allah’s pleasure. So, if your intention is tainted with other ulterior motives or you aren’t clear on your intentions, you risk foregoing the rewards of your worship. In a well known hadith the prophet had highlighted the conditions for fasting to be accepted by saying6: “Whoever fasts Ramadan out of faith and in the hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven.” “Out of faith” in this context refers to ensuring that your worship is solely for Allah. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said7: “Allah does not accept any deed except that which is done only for Him and to seek His Countenance.” The Prophet also said (in part of a hadith)8: “Allah, may He be blessed and exalted, says: ‘…he who does an action for someone else’s sake as well as Mine will have that action renounced by Me to him whom he associated with Me’”.

Let’s, therefore, remind ourselves that for our fasting to be accepted, it should be solely for the sake of Allah. Anything less risks non-acceptance.

2) Have the eagerness to get your fasts and worship accepted

 

Referring back to the popular hadith quoted earlier, the second condition for fasts being accepted (and sins forgiven) is the “hope of reward.” It is difficult to hope and wish for something without recognizing its value. So, if we indeed recognized the value of Ramadan and fasting and the associated rewards, then we should feel the eagerness in our hearts for our fasts and worships to be accepted.

Consider that the sahaba and the salaf would be so eager to have their Ibadah accepted that they would pray for up to 6 months after the completion of Ramadan asking Allah to accept their fasts and worships. Using the same standards and recalling last year’s Ramadan, make an assessment of how your heart measured up in terms of possessing that eagerness. If it is nowhere close, then it raises some questions about the value that you place on the rewards of Ramadan in your heart. After all, if the month-long worship and Ibadah that you poured in your heart failed to overwhelm you spiritually, then it’s time to correct your intentions and recognize the value of fasting before you lose that opportunity this year again. Consider Abu’l-Darda’s eagerness about the acceptance of his Ibadah when he said9: “To be certain that Allah would accept just one prayer from me would be dearer to me than the world and everything in it, for Allah says: ‘Verily, Allah accepts only from those who are al-muttaqoon (the pious)’ [al-Maa’idah 5:27].”

Remember, the eagerness for the acceptance of your worship, especially in Ramadan, is a condition for the acceptance of your worship. You can cultivate that eagerness in your heart by reminding yourself about the rewards, virtues, and benefits of Ramadan.

3) Engage intently in worship during Ramadan

This Ramadan, many of us will get involved in various Ibadat such as prayers, Quran recitation, and so on. However, more than just “busying yourself” with various Ibadat, you need to actively engage your heart to make your ibadah more meaningful. It’s no secret that a normal day’s schedule in Ramadan fills up faster than on the usual days. The worldly demands of our time along with an increase in religious activities can pack one’s day’s schedule more than on other days. However, when faced with such packed schedules and as we move from one activity to the other, we tend to merely focus on seeing those activities to completion rather than engaging more intently in those acts of worship. When we do so, we leave the spirituality out of those acts of worship and merely exercise empty rituals. As the prophet said10, “Some who fast obtain nothing from it but hunger and thirst.”

Let’s, therefore, ensure that all our acts of Ibadah during Ramadan are purposeful, absorbing, given due time, and engage our hearts to the fullest. It would indeed be a big loss if we merely earned hunger, thirst, and sleeplessness from our actions at the end of the month!

 

4) Renewed attitude about rewards and sins

Many of us hear about hasanat (rewards) associated with good deeds without realizing their redeeming value. The prophet said11, ‘Do not look down on any act of goodness, even if it is just emptying your bucket into the vessel of one who wants to drink, or speaking to your brother with a cheerful expression’”. Similarly, we hear about the ill effects of sins without truly comprehending how they chip away at our spiritual and worldly fortunes. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said12: “Beware of sins that are seen as insignificant, for they will keep accumulating until they destroy a man”.

Before we step into this year’s Ramadan, therefore, we should realize that hasanat (rewards) and sins are the basic currencies that will decide our fate in this life and the hereafter. The tilt of the scale that will weigh our rewards and sins on the Day of Judgment will determine our final abode. A change of attitude about this simple principle alone can go a long way in propelling our behaviors in the right direction. Ibn Mas’ood described the attitude of the believer and of the hypocrite as follows13: “The believer sees his sins as if he were sitting beneath a mountain which he fears will fall on him, whilst the sinner sees his sins as if it were a fly passing his nose and he says such-and-such to it” – i.e., he shoos it away with his hand.

 

Let’s, therefore, direct all our efforts to earn as many hasanat as possible and to stay away from sins. Ramadan provides us a chance of multiplied hasanat but the multiplication is all tied to the sincerity of our worships and the intensity with which we are eager to earn those rewards and erase our sins.

 

5) Shy away from bad practices

The spirit of the month of Ramadan is not alien to most Muslims. However, many of us erroneously engage in practices that tend to dilute the spirit of the blessed month thus preventing us from capitalizing on the month’s blessings. For example, many make Ramadan the focal point of social events rather than focusing on the worship and Ibadah. Others know Ramadan because of the opportunity to feast on a variety of meals and excessively indulging in eating and drinking. There are others who tend to get lax about the obligatory prayers (e.g. Fajr) for the sake of optional prayers such as Taraweeh and other optional Ibadahs.

Let’s remind ourselves that such practices can divert our focus thus chipping away at our spiritual energies robbing us in turn of the maximum rewards that we could potentially attain in this month. Let’s remind ourselves that since such practices were never the focus of the prophet, the sahaba, or any of their pious followers, they shouldn’t be ours either.

Parting words

With Ramadan offering a unique opportunity to earn Allah’s pleasure, what more can you ask for and what could be said about you if you didn’t make use of this opportunity? Remember that many who were with us during last year’s Ramadan didn’t live long enough to see this year’s Ramadan. As none of us knows if we would live to see next year’s Ramadan, why not make the most of it now before it is too late? Ensure that you capture as many moments of this month as you can because every moment does count. The Prophet said14: In every day and every night, during the month of Ramadan, there are people to whom Allah grants freedom from the Fire, and there is for every Muslim a supplication which he can make and will be granted”.

Finally, during the coming month, as you plead your case to Allah to forgive your sins and to fulfill your needs, don’t forget the millions of needy Muslims around the world who are in states of distress far worse than any of us can imagine. Thousands of them die of hunger and thirst daily, while others lack the basic amenities of life, and don’t have even the least of the opportunities that many of us are blessed with. As Ramadan provides us the promise of Allah’s increased mercy, let’s plead their case also to Him.

May all of you have a blessed Ramadan of 2011!

– The IqraSense.com Blogger

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1 April

Salam ‘alaikum Hi,
First of all, I would like to thank the team of this useful site. It actually shows what Islam is like. As for the blessed month-Ramadan- I must do all my best to change my life to be better, by worship, prayers, dua, and many other good things…I had a hard time last months; I faced many problems and obstacles in my work and the whole of my life. I think it was because I got far a way from some concepts of Islam, I forgot that
“ But whosoever turns away from My Message (the Qur’?n), verily for him is a straitened toilsome life, and We shall raise him up blind on the Day of Judgment.” (Holy Qur’?n, 20: 124) and I think Ramadan will be a good start for me. “And We send down (stage by stage) of the Qur’?n that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe …” (Holy Qur’?n, 17: 82)
Wish you a happy Ramadan!

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2 Mohd.Anwar

Ramadan is the best month to earn goodwill of God. We should pray to god more&more to seek the Astgfar& to accept our ibadat in the month of ramdan.

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3 John

Excellent article. Ramadan Kareem all!!

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4 Neshat Rahman Khan

Thanks for reminding us ! Wishing Ramadan Mubarak to all my Brothers and Sisters.

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5 rehana

Assalamoalaikum,
Very interesting article Ramadhan Mubarak to the whole team and may Allah(SWT) reward you and bless you all for what you are doing. i would like to have more duas what to read specially during this blessed month.

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6 Abdul Rafeeque

Assalam Alaikum

I love this article and I am very grateful to Iqrasense Team.

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7 Nurudeen

Salam alaikum,
May ALLAH reward you abundantly and not leave us all to ourselves. Barakallahu fi shaaban wabalighlana fi ramadan insha ALLAH.
Jazakallahu hhaeranfor the article.

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8 Haruna Abdulkharim

Thanks be to our Almighty to give us strength,good health and wish all those who will be on boat to get the full rewards of these blessed month of ramadhan.

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9 Sameena

JazakAllah for such an informative article filled with timely reminders how to make the best use of Ramadan – the month packed with blessings!
True our fasting should be for Allah and Allah alone and we should cherish the experience of closeness to Him.
That devils are chained during this month is really felt by those who fast as fasting has been prescribed. Negative tendencies are at their lowest; tranquillity of spirit is what is experienced; and for these self rewarding experiences Allah showers us with more rewards! What more can a Muslim ask for!
Ramadan Mubarak to you. May Allah help you to continue in your efforts. AAmeen

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10 Mohammed Wussen

Thank you for the Article. Alhamdulillah for being a Muslim. Romedan Karim to All.

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11 mikail

thanks for the article.May Allah reward you abundantly

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12 Mohiuddin

SubhanAllah…

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13 Hussein Kinene

Jazzakum’ Allah Khairan

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14 Khadijah Dauda

Jazzakum Allah Khairan. Ramadan Karam to all my moslems brothers and sisters.

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15 zubairu muhammad

JAZAKALLAHU KHAIRAN HAPPY RAMADAN MAY ALMIGHTY ALLAH ACCEPT ALL OUR IBADAT AND MAKE US TO WITNESS THE LAILATUL QADR AND GIVE ABILITY TO DO MORE ACCEPTABLE IBADA.WSLM ALKM.

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16 sid jibril

JazzakAllah. May He continue to guide and protect us right. Ameen.

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17 Shamsa

SHUKRAAN for a CLEAR reminder!!! I have been looking forward to this Blessed Month for some time now… and now that it is almost here I PRAY that Almighty Allah guides my wonderful family, friends, the entire Muslim Ummah and myself to ACT correctly and give HIM the BEST PLEASURE InshaAllah. Here in Germany we will have a resonably long day…. may Almighty Allah be pleased with us!
Wasalaam

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18 Twariq Said

Masha-ALLAH nIce one,Ramadhan Karim to all my brothers & sisters out there.May ALLAH Accept our saum.Ammen.

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19 baseemah

alhumdullilah this will be my third Ramadan since I reverted to Islam. Thank you for this article, it has put the joy of Ramadan into my heart as I reflect on this special holy month. JAK

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20 MUHAMMAD ABAJI

BARAKALLAHU FIIKH. I AM IN PRAYERS FOR ALLAH’S MERCY TO GRANT ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF HIS SLAVES THAT WILL FAST THIS RAMADAN IN 2011, AND EQUALLY OBTAIN ALL THE AVAILABLE REWARDS.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ELUCIDATING PIECE ON RAMADAN. MAY ALLAH INCREASE US ALL IN KNOWLEDGE SO WE CAN WORSHIP HIM APPROPRIATELY.

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21 bashirsafi

Thanks ,very very good effort for such goog articale of Iqra team
Ramadan Mubarick to All Muslims.

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22 jibola

Insha Allah, this holy month wil be a month of blessing and reward for us all.
Ramadhan Kareem in advance

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23 Sabrina adam

Asalamualaykum To brothers and sisters I would like to thank you and iqra sense organisation for working hard to write a wönder ful articie and make the muslims to gain knowledge i would like to request the Holy month is on his way to come i would like if you can create dua for this month and everymonth people will be reading and you will be gaining sadaka jaria

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24 omar bahar

May Almighty Allah Pour His Choicest Blessings upon IQRASENSE for the wonderful articles they produce to the benefit of all the Muslim Brethren.
Ramadha Kareem to ALL!
Omar

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25 Mohamed Abdala

Asalamalaikum,
its too marvelous to educate the uma of prophet muhammad during this important period. may Allah bless u

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26 camile akbar

Salaam walaikum,I would like to thank the team for reminding us of the importance of Ramadan in our lives. As Allah says “the reminder benefits the believer” Continued success on your publications. Ameen

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27 hamdh

salam aleikum, jazzakumAllah kheiren for sharing this very important article. may Allah grant us His mercies and forgiveness in the holy month, aameen

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28 usman

Assalamu alaikum,
The spirit of the blessed month have started with this beautiful reminder.May Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala see us us through to its benefits-ameen

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29 Mohamed

Ramadan Mubarak from Argentina to every Muslim all around the Globe. And thank you very much for remembering us the wonderful and spiritual things that our religion has.
Allah bless everybody.
Mohamed

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30 Habib

Jazakallahu khairan for writing and posting this article.

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31 Kalejaiye omolola kareemah

Jazakallahu khairan, tanx for the remainder. May Grant all muslim d seal to worship him during& after d Ramadan. Masalamatu ya Ramadan.

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32 M.Rizwan Khan

Assalamalikum

Alhamdollilah It Is v.good site.I love this and i wish u continue this great mission with the help of Allah forever. Ameen

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33 Basmah

Inshallah, in our most busiest time in our daily schedule, it’s always great to get reminders as to what should be our objectives during the month of Ramadaan if we want to get the full benefits and rewards. Ramadaan Mubarak to everyone!!!

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34 mawei

Ramadan Mubarak from china to every Muslim all around the Globe. may Allah bless everybody.i love u

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35 hussain

jazak allah khayir for this nice post. InshaAllah may Allah swt accept our effort and our fast during ramadan and forgive us for all of our errors/sins in life. Amin. Ramadan mubarak from Norway

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36 QUDRAT ADENOLA

Thanks so much for this article,may Allah increase ur knowledge and reward u as well.May this Ramadhan quench all our thirst for so many tins and increase our knowledge in Islam.Ma salam.Janakun lai khairan

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37 ghanbar

salamonalaikom God bless you and all those who care for all moslems and remind the servants of God of their spiritual duties may these efforts be a path to the final triumph of faith and virtue against the vices of the world

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38 F.H.Safeer

Jazakallahu khair. my hearty thanks to Iqra. May Allah guide us all on the righ path, doing righteous deeds for Allah and asking Allah’s forgiveness. May Allah Accept all our prayers and forgive our sins and grant all ummah jannah. Pray of us.

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39 Adulqani

Asalamu Alaikum
All what I liked to say to the team of this website is Jazakumullahu khair, May Allah bless you and thank you very much.

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40 Leeza

Asalamu Alaikum….Thank you for this wonderful article. May Allah bless you all and may He guide us this month of Ramadan to be the person we should be and help us grow as muslims. May Allah accept our prayers and forgive us all of our sins. Ramadan Mubarak brothers and sisters.

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41 ABRAHAM JK SIRLEAF

Thanks to IqraSense.com
I write to extend thanks and appreciation to the entire IqraSense.com team for the 2011 Ramadan Massage. This is the invitation ALLAH talked about in the Holly Quran 16:125 a reads: Invite (all) to the way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious: for thy Lord knoweth, best who have strayed from His Path, and who receive guidance.

Advised to fellow Muslims:
Ensure that your fasting is only for Allah
Read:
Allaah (Alone) is Sufficient for us, and He is the Best Disposer of Affairs (for us) [Aal ‘Imraan 3:171

Read: (Qur’an 41:33) And who is better in speech than he who [says: "My Lord is Allâh (believes in His Oneness)," and then stands firm (acts upon His Order), and] invites (men) to Allâh’s (Islâmic Monotheism), and does righteous deeds, and says: “I am one of the Muslims.
Shy away from bad practices
I want to use this medium to advise our young woman to shy away from bad practices most especially the dress code. Read al-Ahzaab 33:59“O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils) all over their bodies (i.e. screen themselves completely except the eyes or one eye to see the way). That will be better, that they should be known (as free respectable women) so as not to be annoyed. And Allaah is Ever Oft Forgiving, Most Merciful” If you have been part of the indecent dressing through mistake, I advise that you stop it and ask Allah to forgave you. Read: al-Baqarah 2:286 Our Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error”
May ALLAH bless all believers of Islam.

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42 syed firasath ahmed

Assalamualaikum to all bros n sis
MashaAllah very good article by the Iqrasense Blogger.. hats off for all your efforts..
May Allah accept all our Ibadah n make us to optimally utilise every moment of Ramadan.

JazakAllahkhair

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43 mutawakil adegbile saliu

Jazakallahu Khairan,
The reminder is at the right and i am sure ,it will be a guide during and after the period.

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44 Abdul-Lateef

Ameen. Jazakallahu Khairan. I wish all muslims well during this month of Ramadan and beyond; May Allah SWT accept our act of Ibadah this month of Ramadan and beyond, Ameen.

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45 najia

Assalamalaikum.Thank you for a useful article.
Blessings of Ramadan karim on all my brothers and sisters in faith. may you all have a spiritually filling time.
Sister Meggs Lycett— welcome to our fold..i urge you to fast, atleast the first day since you say you do not eat most of the day. Do try . it is a great feeling!

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46 Tirmizy Abdullah (from Muslim Mindanao, Philippines)

Jazakallah for this very useful information. May Allah always grant constancy to us in doing service to him. Ameen

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47 Yusuf Usman Mohammed

I’m highly impressed with this powerful topic. Is very educative. May Allaah reward you people abundantly. Ameen. May Allaah perfect our ibadah during and after ramadam . Ameen

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48 Mir Fazle ali Farooq

Assalam alykum wa rahmathullahibarkatahu
Alhumdullilah,thanks to Allah subahan wa taala, that he gave me another chance to avail the baraka and benifits fo Ramadan ul mubarak, Brother and sister in Islam please do pray for me ,to fullfill my duties and fast with reading holy quaran with meaning, and read all hadith of rasoolallah,and pay my zakat and fiter properly, inshallah i pray form depth of hearth every single muslim do the same..ameen summa ameen pleas do remember your poor relative , neighbours, and all poors too, may Allah accept our deeds and forgive our sins, and show us and our children the rightest path,…….Ramada mubarak to All..

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49 Jubril qudus

I love this article. May allah {SWT} bless u all. Ramadan kareem

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50 Rabiya Basri

In this month people who do not stay away from lies , deception, dishonesty, and other crimes , ramadan is not for them . It is said that first you perform Salat (namaz) , then fasting , and we should not pretend to be religious by fasting and forgetting salat , it will not purify our heart , rather increase our sins. First we should perform salat correctly and purify our heart. Islam does not support hypocracy.

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51 najia

thanks to allah for giving ramadan for all

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52 Aida A-Rashid

Extending my good wishes to one and all that you and yours
be greatly blessed by Allah with all the rewards
that come from observing Ramadhan and
all that is associated with it !
May your du’as be accepted–and please… make
dua for me ! ALLAHU AKBAR !

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53 zahara

wish you a happy ramadhan

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54 Afsha

Brilliant tips! Useful knowledge. Thanx!

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55 Ayesha

Masha’Allah great article. May Allah reward you for a great website! May we all have a wonderful Ramadan!

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56 Abubakar Lawal Boro

Alhamdullilah, May Allah accept our Ibadah during this Blessfull month of Ramadan Ameen.

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57 Muhammad Hamis

Alhamdu Lillah Masha Allah
May ALLAH Bless IqraSense……………
Wishing all my muslim bros and sis happy ramathaan in advance

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58 Abdul Aleem Subhani

Assalamalaikum,
JazakAllah khair! Rightly said -“If the month-long worship and Ibadah that you poured in your heart failed to overwhelm you spiritually, then it’s time to correct your intentions and recognize the value of fasting.” Fasting is that Ibadat which has continuity for a whole month and if done with sincerity of intention has an effect of disciplining us in abstinence even after Ramadan. That’s the additional reward Allah gives us if we fast only for HIM.
Ramadan Mubarak to all who are eagerly waiting to make the most of this month.

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59 Mohammed Kareem Khan

AssalamuAlaikum
Request to all is that to remember us in your most valuable duas in the Month of Ramadaan…
Profoundly Request to remember all Muslims in Duas for Marriages, Shifaaa and Employments and for Hidayaath, Taqwaa, and Allah’s panah..

ALLAH HAFEZ

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60 Usman Sulaiman

May Allah reward you abundantly for this important and timely reminder.

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61 Gibriel Gibou Sarr

May Allah reward us our prayer and our faith and accept our fast duering the hole ramafan mounth

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62 Idris Harisu idris

Salam, Alhamdu lillah may Allah reward you abundantly for this resourcefull message.may Allah accept all our prayers

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63 Anonymous

assalam alaekum brothers and sisters,
marhaba bikum ya ramadan.
may Allah subhanalah watahala make it easy for us ameen

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64 Kareem

Peace be upon you,
May our efforts to please Allah during this holy month be accepted and may we make the most of all the blessed month has to offer and carry it on throughout the remainder of the year.

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65 abdul wali

May allah bless us and we have a great bless ramadan.

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66 Mustafa Ibrahim

Thank you very much for your thoughtful and very inspiring Ramadan message. May Allah bless you.

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67 mohdanwar

Extending my good wishes to one and all that you and yours
be greatly blessed by Allah with all the rewards
that come from observing Ramadhan and
all that is associated with it !

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68 anwar uddin

Assalamalaikum,
JazakAllah khair!
Rightly said -”If the month-long worship and Ibadah that you poured in your heart failed to overwhelm you spiritually, then it’s time to correct your intentions and recognize the value of fasting.” Fasting is that Ibadat which has continuity for a whole month and if done with sincerity of intention has an effect of disciplining us in abstinence even after Ramadan. That’s the additional reward Allah gives us if we fast only for HIM.
Ramadan Mubarak to all who are eagerly waiting to make the most of this month.

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69 enyew abdire

I wish u RAMADAN Kerim 4 u & ur family and 4 all muslims
Thank you very much for your thoughtful and very inspiring Ramadan message. May Allah bless you.

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70 abdelrahim aldwikat

Ramadan Mubarak to all MUSLIMS All over the world
may ALLAH (GOD)bless you all
AMEEN

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71 yusuf hajara

thanks i realy enjoy every message to me, keep it up may Allah (SW) reward you all in aboundant.

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72 Nayashi Hamisu

Ramadan ! a serene and a spiritually rewarding enterprise. May all our ibadat be accepted this holy month and beyond.

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73 Anonymous

Ramadhan is upon us again,we are very blessed to be fasting and doing ibadat for the sake of allah,I find iqrasense a great help in helping me gain knowledge.we should take this month to increase our deen and be better muslims worship allah

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74 Sooriyah

SubhanAllah Beautiful Post Jazak Allah Khair..

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75 naima

Enjoyed it alot.

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76 Ibrahim

May ALLAH accept our ibadat and forgives us all our sins in this bless month. Ameen

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77 Oniye

Jazakun llahu for this wise, thought provoking and inspiring piece.

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78 Abdul Haleem Subhani

I AM EVER GRATEFUL TO ALLAH THE ALLMIGHTY FOR KEEPING ME ALIVE TO FAST IN ONE MORE RAMZAN

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79 MB

Allahamdulillah,i thanks God 4 good opinion of muslim brothers & sisters & also put me among those enjoy reward of this blessing month.Ramadhanul karim.shukran

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80 SANI ABDULLAHI

Jazakallahu khairan. May Allah continue to reward you. May we be among the lucky once tru out the holy mounth of ramadan. Amin.

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81 Khadijah Dauda

Salam, many talked abt it, many dreamt abt it, many prepared for it, but not all lived to witness it. Alhamdulillah we witnessed it. May Allah make it easy for us to serve him better and well. RAMADAN KAREEM to all my moslem brothers and sisters.

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82 binta.b. ceesay

thank very much sister that wonderful prayer, may ALLAH help us to witness many more ameen

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83 ayesha alim

jazakallah may allah reward you for this ameen

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84 Rummana Sayeed

Assalamualaikum and JazakaAllah.
It is so true that fasting actually encourages us to strive proactively for good deeds, probably as Allah “chains the devils (that whisper in our heart inviting us to sins)”. It would be so nice if we could continue to focus on purifying our souls, even after Ramadan. Thanks for such valuable articles which compel us to think; direct us towards right intentions; and help us keep away from wasteful activities.
All the Best to IqraSense.com. May Allah guide us all to bring about a transformation in our selves and around us! May Allah Bless you for all your efforts in spreading Allah’s message.
take care
Allah Hafiz

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85 kamorudeen Ganiyu

Alihamudulilahi, RAMADAN Kareem to all muslims around the world. May Almighty Allah accept all our ibadat during and after the month, amin

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86 muslima...

Ramadan Kareem to all Muslims around the world. As a new revert I ask my brothers and sisters to make dua’ for my marriage and my kids. I am married but my husband does not live close to me and I feel very alone this month especially. I pray for those this Ramadan that are oppressed, poor, lonely, or with diseased bodies, that Allah would give special grace to their lives….Ameen

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87 Sana

Assalamalikum wrwb..

Thanks for the article. May all of us behave rightly and Allah SWT accept our good deeds.
Ameen

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88 Shabaz Shaikh

Assalamalayekum
Jazak’AlLahuKhair
Inshaallah,May Almighty accept our Fasting, Salaah, Quran Reciteation, Donation, Good Deeds and Purity. May Allah Subhan wa’tala guide on Siratal Mustaqeem to the Ummah of Muhammad [Sall-Allahu Alayhi Wa Sallam] and Grant us with the jannah Hereafter.

Rise your Hand and make a Dua for Entire Ummah !!!
Ramadan Mubaraka

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89 seema

assalam walaikum warahmatullahi wabarkatuhu
this is the month of ramzan ,where everyone’s wishes come true and a blessed month for all the muslim and thank u iqra sense for such a amazing article , i request al the muslim bro and sis please remember me and my family in your valuable dua’s
jazakallah

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90 Mohamed Ali

Assalam aleikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh to all muslims contributing to iqrasense in one way or another. May Allah rewards every contributor and guide us to righteousness. Ameen

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91 aish mangorsi

jazaaakallahu khayran katheeran Iqrasense.com team! ALAHAMDULILLAH for all the msg>i also share it>kaeep upthe good work. yOUR efforts for ALLAH inshaallah is not going to be wasted.

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92 RASHIED ABDEROOF

ASSALAMUALAIKUM WRWB
RAMADAAN KAREEM TO ALL MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS ACROSS THE GLOBE.
JAZAAKALLAH FOR THE BEAUTIFUL NASEEGAH ON RAMADAAN
MAY ALLAH REWARD YOU’S GREATLY AND ACCEPT OUR IBAADAT
KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.

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93 zoya

Excellent article emphasing the essence of Ramazaan rather than mere observation of fasts.

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94 Nida

Asslama alayikum.

My mother has been diagnosed with cancer.. doctors are soon going to have more tests done to see the rest of her body to see if it has spread and tell us what stage it is. I am requesthing that you please make dua for my moms afiyah shifa health and blessed long life.
I pray to Allah that He provides miraculous shifa and long life to Perveens cousin, to Marium and to all people who requested dua here on this site or whereever else and to my lovely mother.
I pray that Allah heal all those who are sick and are praying to Him and May Allah teach us a cure for cancer soon and May He heal all cancer patients especially the believers. May Allah keep the shade of our mother on us and May He keep the shades of all mothers and fathers on their children. Ameen Ya Rabbil Alameen

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95 Alia

MashaAllah great

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96 abdul rauf

I wish u RAMADAN Kerim 4 u & ur family and 4 all muslims
Thank you very much for your thoughtful and very inspiring Ramadan message. May Allah bless you

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97 saba

Thanks,very educative & inspiring article.Let every human being be inspired by this article & have a great Ramzan.

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98 adams suberu

am deeply thrilled by the article.may ALLAH continue to guide each and every one of you for sharing this knowledge with us.RAMADAN KAREEM

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99 Aliyu Muhammad Badeggi

Alhamdulillah. We thank Allah for His bountiful mercies and blessings of the month of Ramadan. May He in His Infinite mercy accept all our acts of worship.

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100 Mohammed safdar Kiani

I wish Ramadan Mubarak to all my Muslim brothers and sisters.May Allah bless and mercy on all of us during the month of Ramadan. May Allah accept all our acts of worship.

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