Explicitly once, in Surat "Al-Baqarah".
We can use the computer in Ramadan or any other time.
What we are prevented from looking at false images and listening to Haraam music.
or going to bad websites, etc. Therefor we have to check ourselves if we are doing the right or wrong thing. We have to take care that we don't do bad deeds during Ramadan, especially when we are fasting. Because The Holy Prophet said : "Actions are judged be intentions".
You can use a computer but depends what you are doing. These are the things you can do:
Work, reading (appropriate books), watching suitable things like islamic videos etc.
But you cant: watch films like english films as they have bad bits which could possibly break your fast. This also relates to watching TV unless islamic channels which i advise you do watch. At the end of the day it is Allah you answer to just use your common sense really!
no it is not allowed
I don't think there is such a rule to swear or not to swear in Ramadan. but one should be careful before swearing because he may have to pay Kafara if he doesnot fulfil it
you are not alowed to swear in ramadan, and if you are a muslim then you are not allowed to swear at all in your entire life as it causes bad deeds, and effects your soul
There is no rule about swearing in or out of Ramazan. Excessive swearing is not a good habit. However, some times one has to give testimony on oath, then swearing becomes necessary.. However, a Muslim must keep in mind that he has to fulfil his promise, done on oath or otherwise.
For Muslims, Ramadan is a sacred month committed to supplication, Quran recitation, thoughtfulness and fasting during the daylight hours. However, the Arabic word for fasting—sawm—doesn't just allude to refusing nourishment or drink.
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Your roza can only be invalid if food or drinks pass through your esophagus. Therefore using toothpaste is allowed as long as doesn't pass your esophagus. In smoking however, the smoke does pass your esophagus and therefore makes your roza invalid. A huge part of Islam is resistance, which means you have to try to get to as close to perfection as possible even though you'll never be perfect. In the pursuit of perfection, try leave these bad habits.
Sorry! The statement "Your roza can only be invalid if food or drinks pass through your esophagus." is not the whole truth. Allah Almighty doesn't want to keep us hungry for nothing. The purpose of Fasting (Roza) is attaining 'Piety' - Taqwa. Taqwa doesn't mean keeping hungry. It is a kind of restraint on our feelings and emotions. There are many sinful activities which make Raza invalid.
All of the Ulama(scholars)Of Islam Agree that the Fast/Roza breaks when smoking.The non learnerd do not have the right to make up their own rulings.
Suhoor and Iftar are important to Muslims, especially during the month of Ramadan.
Suhoor is a meal eaten before dawn during Ramadan, when a Muslim is obligated to fast. This meal gives him/her energy so that they will be able to function well the rest of the day.
Iftar is the meal after Maghrib prayer when Muslims break their fast by eating a large meal. They thank Allah for the food that they have and they eat after they have fasted the whole day, from dawn to sunset.
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well i was born on April 12th which was the 27th day of Ramadan. so you can go back from there.
An example of Ummah in Britain would be Ramadan. As a community all the Muslims fast together as acommunity.
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19th of Ramzaan is the day on which Maulaana 'Ali (as) who is the successor and the wasi of Rasoolullaah (saws) was attacked with the sword by the cursed Muavije [father of jazzid .al.] in the mosque of Koofaa. Maulaana 'Ali (as) eventually died on 21st of Ramzaan in the Hijri year 40 A.H. Maulaana 'Ali (as) was born on 13th of Rajab in Ka'batullaah in the city of Makkaah.
Yes, he is. His father, as well, is a Shi'a Muslim.
Writing dialogue is not as hard as you're letting it seem. You have dialogue all the time -- it's called talking. If you honestly cannot think of what your characters are going to say to one another, you need to go take a break and go somewhere out in public. Sit somewhere in the middle of a crowd for one to two hours and just listen to people talking. Then, go home and write down some of the things you heard people saying. That's dialogue.
What do you know about Ramadan? Perhaps you need to do some research and find out some facts so your characters can have realistic conversations.
When you need to have your characters talk, just pretend it's you and a friend (or several friends), and have them say something you'd probably say in the same situation. Then imagine what your friends would say in reply, and go back and forth that way. As you become a better writer, your characters themselves will "tell" you what they want to say, because they become like real people to you.
First of all, fasting is a must during Ramadan.
'O you who believe, siyam (fasting) is prescribed on you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you may become self-restrained.' -Surah Baqarah (2-183)
'He who fasts during Ramadan with faith and seeks his reward from Allah will have his past sins forgiven; he who prays during the night in Ramadan with faith and seeks his reward from Allah will have his past sins forgiven; and he who passes Lailat al- Qadr in prayer with faith and seeks his reward from Allah will have his past sins forgiven.' (Bukhari and Muslim)
'But if anyone is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed period should be made up by days later. Allah intends every facility for you; He does not want to put you to difficulties.' --Surah Baqarah
So there should not be a reason that the couple is not fasting during Ramadan. The couple MAY, though, have sexual relations after the fast is opened, after sunset and before dawn the next day. This, also, is ONLY allowed if the couple is married.
Typically one breaks fast at dusk - or more accurately when one cannot distinguish a black thread from a white thread held up to the night sky.
There are also many sensible exemptions from fasting during Ramadan (although one is exhorted to fast at other times) dependent on ones health and similar circumstances such as whether the work one is obliged to carry out would make it dangerous to fast during the heat of the day at the hottest times of the year.
Although often interpreted over-literally by those with a particular agenda (And where the people to whom they preach are less than fully literate), the Qur'an is actually quite sensible: as an example - if your town was being besieged by infidel hordes during a Ramadan at the hottest time of the year, you wouldn't want your defenders to perish from dehydration during the fight! Therefore they can postpone their fast.
Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan, where one who is of age fasts from dawn (fajr prayer) to sunset (maghrib prayer) and does many good deeds, like reading Qur'an, and praying Tarawih prayer at the Masjid at night.
President Barack Hussein Obama was the first President of the United States to set a new tradition at the White House in honor of Ramadan. See: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/politics/Obama-Calls-Islam-Great-Religion-at-Ramadan-Feast-56677382.html
He celebrated for the second year in a row in 2010 according to the White House. See: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/08/14/president-obama-celebrates-ramadan-white-house-iftar-dinner
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Al-JathiyaCrouching Mecca37--46سورة الأحقاف - Al-AhqafThe wind-curved sandhills Mecca35--47سورة محمد - MuhammadMuhammad Madina38--48سورة الفتح - Al-FathThe victory Madina29--49سورة الحجرات - Al-HujraatThe private apartments Madina18--50سورة ق - QafQaf Mecca45--51سورة الذاريات - Adh-DhariyatThe winnowing winds Mecca60--52سورة الطور - At-turMount Sinai Mecca49--53سورة النجم - An-NajmThe Star Mecca626254سورة القمر - Al-QamarThe moon Mecca55--55سورة الرحمن - Al-RahmanThe Beneficient Mecca78--56سورة الواقعة - Al-WaqiaThe Event, The Inevitable Mecca96--57سورة الحديد - Al-HadidThe Iron Madina29--58سورة المجادلة - Al-MujadilaShe that disputes Madina22--59سورة الحشر - Al-HashrExile Madina24--60سورة الممتحنة - Al-MumtahinaShe that is to be examined Madina13--61سورة الصف - As-SaffThe Ranks Madina14--62سورة الجمعة - Al-JumuaThe congregation, Friday Madina11--63سورة المنافقون - Al-MunafiqoonThe Hypocrites Madina11--64سورة التغابن - At-TaghabunMutual Disillusion Madina18--65سورة الطلاق - At-TalaqDivorce Madina12--66سورة التحريم - 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They are both extended seasons within their religions during which people make particular sacrifices, like fasting,
we can not tell exactly but it is said to might be August 1st.
Ramadan Moubarak. That means blessed Ramadan.
It is special and unique to have something appened on the Holy days, may it be Ramazan, Fridays, or any other day.
A pregnant woman is allowed not to fast during Ramadan if the physician finds that fasting would affect her pregnancy and harm her child due to refraining herself from eating the necessary nutritional foods. However, she should compensate for not these days by fasting the same number of days but after giving birth, and before the next Ramadan, if she could make it. If she can't fast for medical reasons or for feeding the baby which requires not be fasting, then she should pay for the poor as a charity full day meals for each day not be fasted.
the Ramadan bajram starts on September 9th 2010
they pray tarawih. refer to question below for more information.
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