Ramadan Resources


In The Name of Allah, The Merciful, The Compassionate

Ramadan Resources:

1. Approaching Ramadan by Imam Zaid Shakir [Zaytuna.org]

2. Ramadan Advice by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf [ibid]

3. Preparing for Ramadan [Ashrafiya Blog]

4. Ramadan Schedule [ibid]

5. Ramadan Daily Checklist [MeccaOne]

6. Ramadan Preparation with Imam Zaid Shakir [ibid]

7. The Virtues of Standing in Prayer in the Month of Ramadan [Seeker’s Guidance]

8. Ramadan Reminders Part 1 – The Transformative Fast [ibid]

9. Ramadan Reminders Part 2 – Fasting for Allah [ibid]

10. Ramadan Reminders Part 3 – Planning to Succeed [ibid]

11. Ramadan Fiqh [SunniPath Answers]

May Allah give the entire Ummah the tawfiq to benefit immensely from the blessed month of Ramadan, Aameen.

Ramadan Mubarak!


3 Responses to “Ramadan Resources”

  1. JazakAllahuKhairun!

  2. Sounds nice! I think you should see how it is to enjoy Ramadan in a cold country like Sweden. I’ve been doing it for about 17 years now, and I tell you one thing – you won’t ever forget the first time fasting in Sweden!

    By the way, I just subscribed to the RSS-feed of your blog. Keep up the good work!

    Thank you for a “friendly” post about Ramadan. I think it’s pretty sad, that wherever I go – I see people saying bad things about us Muslims. Just stop it! Spend time with a Muslim, become a Muslim, read books about the religion of Islam – and learn about it. You can’t say bad things about something you don’t know anything about. Yeah, sure – some Muslims are terrorists, but the majority of us aren’t. Quit the BS!

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