Preparing for Ramadan @ RIC

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Preparing for Ramadan Lecture every Friday up to Ramadan Inshallah



               Between Magrib and Isha Salah

             (7:30 to 9:10 pm)

It will be Live @ RIC’s Facebook Page
Rockaway Islamic Center



Lectures by Imam of Rockaway Islamic Center, based from works & compiled translations on Ramadan from Fiqh book al-Mulakas al-Fiqhi of Shaykh Dr. Salih al Fawzan KSA, and book al Wajeez… by Shaykh Dr. Abdul Adeem al Badawi Egypt, and Q & A former Mufti of KSA Shaykh bin Baz رحمه الله . Works can be read on this site: 

Concise Beneficial Fiqh Regarding Ramadan

       Compiled and translated  by Br.  Abul Baraa Muhammad Amreeki


Concise Beneficial Fiqh Regarding Ramadan

The book was organized from the curriculum of Madinah University from their Arabic institute. Well organized but the proofs was not enough or clear. So added are articles from Mulakas al-Fiqhi from Shaykh Dr. Salih Fawzan al-Fawzan, and Questions and Answers regarding Ramadan from Former Mufti Abdul Azeez bin Baz rahimahullah. And Al-Wajeeze from Shaykh Dr Abdul Adheem Badawi the Vice President of Ansar Sunnah Muhammadiya from Egypt, fiqh book. And a statement from Shaykh Salih Uthaymeen about what a just Adal (just) Muslim for sighting the moon.

The sections in the book are-

Translated and Compiled by Abul Baraa Muhammad Abdullah bin Earl bin Earl A’l Allister al-Amreeki

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  1. Najah Ba As salaam alaykum Imam
    I am reviewing your videos on the RIC facebook page about ramadan Introduction of ramadan and further on insha allah
    i have a couple questions regarding the intro
    1. during the time of ramadan is it a good deed to feed the less fortunate even during our fasting times and salah?
    2. what exactly does Ummah mean ?
    3. The things we don’t do from sun up to sun down is considered fasting ? and allow us for allah acceptance ? but what about the sin people do after sun down ? why is that considered not apart of our fasting ? why can’t we be held accountable for that?
    4. why is it sun up to sun down? why isn’t it all day and night?
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    Rockaway Islamic Center Wa alaykum salam wa rahamtullahi wa barakatuhu all your questions except one will be the topic for the next talk this Friday inshallah Preparing for Ramadan ” what is recommend for the fasting person to do in Ramadan”.

    I will answer them inshallah on Friday.

    ——————————————-
    Related to your question about the meaning of Ummah it means in general nation of people, its meaning in the way I using it in my talks speaker talks it means: the Muslim nation {peoples,land,country,community}.

    Shaykh Muhammad al-Ameen al-Shanqeeti (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

    The word ummah is used in four senses in the Qur’aan:

    1 – The word ummah is used to mean a period of time, as in the aayahs (interpretation of the meanings):

    “And if We delay the torment for them till a determined term [ila ummatin ma’doodah]”[Hood 11:8]

    “Then the man who was released (one of the two who were in prison), now at length [ba’da ummatin] remembered”[Yoosuf 12:45]

    2 – It is used to mean a group of people, which is the usual usage, as in the aayahs (interpretation of the meaning):

    “he found there a group of men [ummatan min al-naas] watering (their flocks)”[al-Qasas 28:23]

    “And for every Ummah (community or nation) there is a Messenger”[Yoonus 10:47]

    “Mankind were one community [ummah]”[al-Baqarah 2:213]

    and there are other similar aayahs.

    3 – The word ummah is used to refer to a man who is taken as a leader, as in the aayah (interpretation of the meaning):

    “Verily, Ibraaheem (Abraham) was an Ummah (a leader having all the good righteous qualities)”[al-Nahl 16:120]

    4 – The word ummah is used to mean a way or religion, as in the aayahs (interpretation of the meanings):

    “They say: “We found our fathers following a certain way and religion [ummah]”[al-Zukhruf 43:23]

    “Truly, this, your Ummah [Sharee‘ah or religion (Islamic Monotheism)] is one religion”[al-Anbiyaa’ 21:92]

    and there are other similar aayahs.

    Adwaa’ al-Bayaan, 3/13.
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    Najah Ba
    Najah Ba & also what is the meal before sun up considered ? & meal after sundown ?
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    Rockaway Islamic Center The meaning or wording before sunrise is called Suhur, and after the sunset it is called iftar. Inshallah next talk will be about this topic’What is Desired for the Fasting Person’ https://islamsfinest.wordpress.com/what-is-desired-for…/
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    Najah Ba May Allah reward you for your knowledge
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    Rockaway Islamic Center may Allah increase you in knowledge A’meen.
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