Fiqh Of Ramadan

In 2020, Ramadan will be from 13/14 April to 11/12 May 2021. It is the most sacred month of the year for all muslims as the Qur’an was revealed in this month
“Ramadan is the (month) in which was sent down the Quran, as a guide to mankind, also clear (signs) for guidance and judgment (between right and wrong). So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month should spend it in fasting.” (Al-Baqara 2:185)
Muslims around the globe fast from before sunrise until sunset, abstaining from eating, drinking or engaging in sexual relations. Young children before reaching the age of puberty, pregnant women, the sick and travellers and people with severe medical conditions are exempt from fasting
Ramadan is a spiritual journey where muslims around the globe increase in acts of worship such as prayers, giving charity and strengthening relationships and family ties.
Aside from fasting, Muslims observing Ramadan also increase in spiritual devotional acts such as prayer, giving charity and strengthening family ties. Muslims, are encouraged to share their food with friends, family and neighbours and to reach out to those who may be fasting alone, to share their Ramadan experiences.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Muslims will face a very different experience in the month of Ramadan. A good structured plan and tips should be considered which will able Muslims to maximise their time in Ramadan.

5 tips of Ramadan in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Online learning – Join our weekly halaqah to increase your knowledge and boost your spiritual innerself. Stream live taraweehs or even pre-recorded!
Prayers – get together at home and form a congregation. Pray taraweeh with your family including the 5 daily prayers.
Plan your food supplies in advance to limit yourself from doing shopping while you are fasting in the month of Ramadan.
Take time to reflect on yourselves and think of the creation of Allah
Mental Health is primordial to one’s life and replace all your worries , anxieties and fear with the trust and worship of Allah (s.w.t)
“When Ramadan comes, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are put in chains.” Narrated by Abu Hurayrah

Ramadan is a month of fasting for all muslims, a month to strengthen the community as one Ummah and a month to bring one closer to his creator, Almighty Allah

Author : Sheikh Irfan Hossen

Chapter of Wudhu
  1. Wash the face from the forehead to the lower portion of the chin from one ear lobe to the other
  2. Washing BOTH of the arms including elbows once.
  3. Doing masah of a Quarter of the head once
  4. Washing the both the feet including ankles
  1. Intention
  2. Reciting bismillah
  3. Washing of the hand 3 times
  4. Using miswaak
  5. Gargling 3 times
  6. Passing water into the nostrils 3 times
  7. Khalil of the beard
  8. Khalil of fingers and toes
  9. Washing of each part 3 times
  10. Masah of the whole head ONCE
  11. Masah of both ears ONCE
  12. Wudhu done in order
  13. Washing of each part before the other parts dries you
  1. To make Wudhoo in a dirty place
  2. To clean the nose with the RIGHT HAND
  3. To talk of Wordly affairs
  4. To do Wudhoo against the SUNNAH method
  1. Discharging urine, stool, or the coming out of anything from the private parts
  2. Discharging of gases
  3. Vomiting in MOUTHFUL
  4. To fall asleep lying down or by resting the body against something
  5. To faint due to illness or any other reason
  6. Becoming insane
  7. Laughing aloud whilst in Salaah
  8. Flowing of blood or matter from any part of the body
  1. Wudhoo only breaks if blood or matter moves from the place
  2. If blood clots come out of the nose while blowing it, wudhoo will only break if its in fluid state
  3. If a pimple bursts in the eye then wudhoo will only break if the fluid flows out of the eye
  4. If blood in the saliva changes the colour of the saliva, then Wudhoo breaks.
  5. If theres more more blood than the amount of saliva, then wudhoo will break.
  6. Fluid from a hurting ear will break wudhoo.
  7. Fluid flowing from a painful eye will break wudhoo
  8. If males fall asleep in the position of sajdah, but do not topple over, wudhoo is not broken. However, if females fall asleep in the position of Sajdah, Wudhoo will break.
  9. While making wudhoo, the eyes should not be closed so tightly that the water is prevented from moistening the eye-lashes or blocking the entry of water into the eye wells. If even one of the eye lash remain dry or water has not entered the eye-wells, the Wudhoo will not be complete.
  10. If a wound or sore is bandaged and one will experience difficulty in opening and tying the bandage, Masah should be made over the bandage.

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