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Laylatul Qadr and the last 10 days of Ramadan

By Sami El Taji

“Laytlatul Qadr, the Night of Power, is in the last 10 days of Ramadan. Some scholars say that it is in one of the odd nights, i.e. 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th of Ramadan…”
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Last 10 days of Ramadan

By Arshad Gamiet
“The time was during the last ten nights of Ramadan in the year 610 and the place was in a cave on Jabal Nur, the Mountain of Light, near Makka. Here Jibreel took Muhammad sws, the son of Abdullah, in a tight embrace, and commanded him to “Read!”

Your Last Ramadan

By Khalil Moya
“How many of us won’t be here to see another Ramadan? How many people, younger than us, have we known to pass on recently? Make the most of your Ramadan. It may be your last chance!”

Spending for Allah, 2018

By Arshad Gamiet
“Remember that when you spend your money, your time, your talent sincerely in the service of others, seeking no thanks or praise or reward from them, then you are showing your gratitude, your faith and trust in Allah. You know that Allah will recognise and reward you as Allah pleases. You have now stepped up beyond mere formal worship. You are on the road towards ihsaan, excellence…”

Read your Quran with careful reflection – Tadabbur

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“Too often, during Ramadan, we focus on the quantity of our Quran reading. But we mustn’t forget the quality. We should take time, make time to understand and reflect. Remember that when you read the Quran, Allah is addressing YOU! Allah is talking to you directly…”

Ramadan The Month Of Rehab

By Khalil Moya
“Ramadan is a period of spiritual renewal, detoxification of the soul, and attaining nearness to Allah…”

Khutbah: Know yourself, know Allah

By Arshad Gamiet
“We can control our lower Self by treating our ugly passions like wild animals that need to be tamed. Do not deny them. Acknowledge them, but be a good zoo-keeper. Keep those beasts under control. Always refer to your Higher Self. Refer to your Soul, your Ruuh, the ‘breath of Allah’ within you. The Ruuh never changes, but the spiritual heart, the Qalb, is always susceptible to change…”