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Blessed Days for those not performing Hajj

Blessed Days for those not performing Hajj

Dhul Hijjah is a very important time of the year for the Muslims; more specifically the first ten days of this blessed month have been favoured by Allaah over any other days

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10 days of Dhul Hijjah: Virtues and Rituals

Khutbah regarding the sacred month of Dhul-Hijjah and the blessed first ten days, mentioning its virtues, rewards and rituals of worship.

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Fasting and Praying in Scandinavian countries

Reference: Abhaath Hayat Kibaar Al-Ulamaa Vol.4 p.454 Question: My sister and her husband currently live in Germany, she recently wrote to me asking me whether it is an obligation upon her and the Muslims there to fast the month of Ramadhan. She said: The sun remains risen (i.e. it is daytime) for 20 hours, and

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Using observatories and telescopes to determine when the month begins and ends

What is the Islamic way by which the beginning of the month is determined? Is it permitted to rely upon calculations of astronomical observatories to know when the month begins and ends?

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Al Israa wal Mi’raaj and the innovation of 27th Rajab

A khutbah regarding the story of Al-Israa Wal Mi’raaj (the night journey to Jerusalem and ascension to the heavens) and the innovations associated with celebrating it on the 27th of Rajab.

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