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Pearls of a Muslim

at-Tirmidhī, Ibn Mājah and Ibn Khuzaymah narrated in one report:

“When the first night of the month of Ramaḍān comes, the devils and rebellious Jinn are chained up and the gates of Hell are closed, and not one gate of it is opened. The gates of Paradise are opened and not one gate of it is closed. And a caller cries out:

يا باغي الخير أقبل ، ويا باغي الشر أقصر ، ولله عتقاء من النار وذلك كل ليلة

‘O seeker of good, proceed (come forth!!); O seeker of evil, desist. And Allāh has those whom He redeems from the Fire, and that happens every night.”
[صحيح الجامع ٧٥٩ ، وحسنه الألباني]

From Abu Hurairah [رضي الله عنه] who said: The Messenger of Allaah [ﷺ] used to give good news to his Companions with the arrival of Ramadan, he would say:

«قد جاءكم شهر رمضان شهرٌ مبارك ، كتب الله…

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📋 Daily Sunnan of Ramadan

👤 Compiled & Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya 
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Contents:

1 – Introduction from Shaykh Uthaymeen

2 – Excellence of Fasting in Ramadan

3 – Intention

4 – The Encouragement to Eat at the Time of Sahoor

5 – A Blessed Meal

6 – Inviting People to Eat at the Sahoor

7 – The People of the Book do not take Sahoor

8 – Angels Send Dua for those who eat at the time of Sahoor

9 – Eating Dates for Sahoor

10 – Delaying the Sahoor

10 – The Ruling Concerning the One With Food in his Mouth when the Time of Fajr Comes in

11 – Hastening the Breaking of the Fast

12 – It is Recommended to Break Fast with Moist Dates

13 – Making Dua during Ramadan

14 – Praying the Taraweeh Prayer

15 – Opening someone’s Fast

16 – Reading the Quraan during the night in Ramadan
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Observing As-Saum… 

Pearls of a Muslim


It is reported that on the first night of Ramadân, ‘Umar – Allâh be pleased with him – would pray Maghrib, then say (to the people):

Sit down. Then he would give a small address: Verily the fasting of this month has been made a duty upon you, and standing in night prayer has not been made a duty upon you, but those amongst you who can stand in prayer should do so, for it is from the extra good deeds about which Allâh told us: so whoever cannot stand in prayer, let him sleep on his bed.
And beware of saying: I will fast if so and so fasts and I will stand in night prayer if so and so stands in prayer. Whoever fasts or stands in night prayer, he must make this for Allâh. And you should know that you are in prayer as long as you…

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