Category Archives: Ramadan

Prayers for the 29th Night of Ramadan

The Beloved Prophet (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) has said: “Anyone, man or woman from my umma (community) who want to benefit from the light of my grave then he (or she) should perform worship with great intensity on each Laylat ul-Qadr (last 10 odd nights) , so that Allah The Most

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Prayers for the 27th Night of Ramadan

The Beloved Prophet (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) has said: “Anyone, man or woman from my umma (community) who want to benefit from the light of my grave then he (or she) should perform worship with great intensity on each Laylat ul-Qadr (last 10 odd nights) , so that Allah The Most

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Prayers for the 25th Night of Ramadan

The Beloved Prophet (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) has said: “Anyone, man or woman from my umma (community) who want to benefit from the light of my grave then he (or she) should perform worship with great intensity on each Laylat ul-Qadr (last 10 odd nights) , so that Allah The Most

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Prayers for the 23rd Night of Ramadan

The Beloved Prophet (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) has said: “Anyone, man or woman from my umma (community) who want to benefit from the light of my grave then he (or she) should perform worship with great intensity on each Laylat ul-Qadr (last 10 odd nights) , so that Allah The Most

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Prayers for the 21st night of Ramadan

The Beloved Prophet (prayers and peace of Allah be upon him) has said: “Anyone, man or woman from my umma (community) who want to benefit from the light of my grave then he (or she) should perform worship with great intensity on each Laylat ul-Qadr (last 10 odd nights) , so that Allah The Most

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Itikaf in Romford Mosque Havering

Itikaf (Praying in the last ten nights of Ramadan) Al-Bukhari and Muslim record from ‘Aishah that during the last ten days of Ramadan, the Messenger of Allah would wake his wives up during the night and then remain apart from them (that is, being busy in acts of worship). A narration in Muslim states: “He

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