• Forgiveness: The second ten of Ramadan

    Published on : 26 05 2018

    Alhamdulillah, by the Grace of Allah, Most High, you have completed the first 10 days of Ramadan – the first Ashrah of Ramadan – you just prayed the 11th Taraweeh prayer and insha’Allah if you rise in the morning to see another day, you will intend to fast the 11th day of Ramadan.


  • Table etiquette from the Sunnah for Ramadan

    Published on : 24 05 2018

    Ramadan is ironically a month in which we are more eager to dine with others than usual.


  • 9 tips on keeping family bonds in Ramadan

    Published on : 20 05 2018

    Never has a religion emphasized the importance of maintaining the ties of kinship and building strong bonds with one’s relatives/family than the religion of Islam.


  • How to seek Laylatul Qadr – The Night of Power!

    Published on : 18 06 2017

    Allah Ta’ala in His infinite Mercy has favoured us in so many ways. Such blessings that we cannot possibly enumerate nor show sufficient gratitude to the Almighty. Amongst the many blessings include a very special GIFT – Laylatul Qadr- The Night of Power.


  • 10 things to do on Ramadan’s last 10 days

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    Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, used to strive hard (in worship) during the last ten days of Ramadan in a way that he did not strive at any other times (Muslim).


  • The Fasting of Ramadan: A Time for Thought, Action, and Change!

    Published on : 03 06 2017

    “Fasting in Ramadan develops in a person the real spirit of social belonging, of unity and brotherhood, and of equality before God.


  • 8 simple steps to prepare for Ramadan

    Published on : 15 05 2017

    Have you ever wondered why it is difficult to concentrate in your prayer? Or why your faith throughout the year is not on a high like it is during Ramadan or through Hajj? Maybe it is because we usually jump straight from a phone conversation into Takbir or because we just go with the flow […]


  • Interfaith Science of Ramadan: The Essence May be Traceable in Your Faith

    Published on : 03 07 2016

    Whether you are an Atheist, Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Native American, Pagan, Shinto, Sikh, Wicca, and Zoroastrian or from any other tradition, you may feel a sense of connection with the spirit of Ramadan.


  • The Fast of Ramadan: Towards Spiritual Rejuvenation

    Published on : 25 06 2016

    Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar and is characterised by Muslims fasting. The Qur’an acknowledges that fasting; which is one of the pillars of Islam, has been an integral part of religious traditions through history [Qur’an 2:183]. Fasting is thus an institution commonly practiced by various religious communities particularly the People […]


  • Ramadan and the Making of Our Moral Fiber

    Published on : 18 06 2016

    Ramadan is here, and as we move through this blessed month there are many goals we’ve planned to reach. Each person is unique and will have individual goals, but here are five aspects of worship that we ought to work on this Ramadan.