Second part in a five part short-reminder series regarding the blessed days of Dhul Hijjah. In this reminder, their virtues are mentioned from statements of some of the scholars.
First of a five part short-reminder series which is an introduction to the blessed ten days of Dhul Hijjah, which Allaah has bestowed upon the Muslims.
Friday sermon contemplating the recent tragedies in hajj 2015 where almost 1000 people died
Despite everything which has been stated above, and how Allaah decreed honour for them in their last moments, rather in their martyrdom inshaAllah. However this does not mean that we do not grieve over their deaths and feel hurt.
It has also been narrated upon (bn Abbaas that he said: Do not turn out your lamps during the nights of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah
A day preferred over all other days; a day in which sins are forgiven and supplications are answered; a day in which Allaah descends from His throne…
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
A questioner is saying that she fasted the first days of Dhul Hijjah?