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Virtues and Important Rulings of Fasting and Praying in Ramadan

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[The Prophet] (sallAllahu alaihi wasallam) said: He who fasts Ramadan believing in Allah and hoping for His reward, Allah will forgive what has proceeded from his sins. He who stands in prayer in the month of Ramadan believing in Allah and hoping for His reward, Allah will forgive what has proceeded from his sins. And He who stands in prayer on the 'Night of Power' believing in Allah and hoping for His reward, Allah will forgive what has proceeded from his sins. [Bukhari and Muslim]


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And it has be legislated for all of the Muslims to strive hard in the many types of worship in this month such as optional prayers; reading, reflecting and learning the Quran; praising, hailing, thanking, and glorifying Allaah; seeking his forgiveness, supplicating, ordering with good and forbidding the evil, calling others to Allah the Mighty and Sublime, comforting the poor, striving hard towards obeying the parents, enjoining the ties of kinship, being hospitable to the neighbors, visiting the sick, and performing the many other acts of good and virtue as he (sallAllahu alaihi wasallam) said in a previous prophetic statement:  

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...Allah looks upon your competition (for his sake to do good deeds) in Him and His angels are boastful of you thusly showing Allah goodness from yourselves, for indeed the miserable one is he whom the mercy of Allah has been prohibited.
[Al-Kabeer lit-Tabarany]


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