• Islamic Legal Rulings on Fasting


    Authors: Department of Jaliyat in Zulfi

    Sources: Cooperative Office for Propagation, Guidance, and Warning of Expatriates in the city of Zelfi

    This book shows rulings of fasting in addition to its merits and invalidators. He also mentions goals behind fasting and attributes which those fasting should be keen on. He illustrates conditions of fasting and its rulings in some exceptional circumstances as in traveling and illness. He indicates to Battle of Badr took place in Ramadan. He clarifies some acts of worship in Ramadan such as I’tikaf (seclusion in the masjed) and Zakaatul-Fitr (obligatory charity after Ramadan).

  • Rulings about Itikaaf


    Authors: Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid

    Sources: www.almunajjid.com - Website of Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed

    This book is an attempt to show the Islamic rite of i’tekaf. It shows its time, place, purpose, requirements, virtues and advantages along with showing the ruling on making this rite by women.

  • In this pamphlet we tell you about Ramadan, the month of fasting and some of its virtues and rulings.

  • A Brief Guide to Ramadan and Fasting


    Sources: http://www.edc.org.kw - Website of E-Da`wah Committee

    In this article, E-Dawah Committee provides Muslims with all details about the month of Ramadan: its beginning, preparing for it, virtues, and benefits along with lots of points.

  • Why Are Muslims Who Practice Islam Fasting in Ramadan ?


    Sources: Website of the Deenshow: www.thedeenshow.com

    In this episode, Br. Eddie discusses the reasons behind Muslims’ fasting in Ramadan. Also, this episode shows some of the scientific medical benefits of fasting.

  • What cannot be ignored of fasting during Ramadan


    Sources: Islamic Propagation Office in Rabwah

    What cannot be ignored of fasting during Ramadan

  • Fasting is from the pillars of Islam


    Writers: Ibrahim Bin Muhammad Al-Huqail

    Sources: www.whyislam.ru A website Why Islam

    Fasting is from the pillars of Islam

  • The fourth pillar of Islam: Fasting of Ramadan


    Sources: www.islamreligion.com - Islam Religion Website

    An article in Spanish-language talking about the fourth pillar of Islam which is the fast of Ramadan.