Ramadan

SPECIAL LIVE I'TIKAF BROADCAST: 2nd largest in the whole world!

Watch Special Live I'tikaf Broadcast Here

Special Live 'Itikaf' lectures of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr.Muhammad Tahir-Ul-Qadri

From: Jamia al-Minhaj I'tikaf Lahore
Date: Starting 13 Sep
Time: Daily 8.30am (British Standard Time)

The 2nd largest Itekaaf in the whole world takes place in Lahore, Pakistan. It is attended by over 50,000 people. *Spiritual sitting during the last 10 days of Ramadan as practiced by the Prophet Muhammad (Blessings and peace be upon him)

Itikaf City by Minhaj-ul-Quran International

-- Philosophy of Fasting! --

Philosophy of Fasting

Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri

One of many purposes to be realised by religion is the purification and purgation of self, soul and beliefs. It is for this purpose that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) said that he was raised as a Prophet for the perfection of moral excellence. It is in this context that the ideal before the mankind is the attainment of highest moral standards, which is possible through purification of self. Going by the teachings of religions of the world, it becomes certain that every religion has highlighted the importance of spiritual purification and moral edification in one form or the other.

The Fiqh of Fasting

THINGS THAT DO NOT BREAK THE FAST

To eat and drink something unintentionally.

A mosquito, fly or any other object going down the throat unintentionally.

Water entering the ears.

Dust or dirt going down the throat.

Swallowing one’s own saliva.

Taking an injection.

Applying of surma (kuhl: antimony) into the eyes.

Taking a bath to keep cool.

Rubbing oil onto the body or hair.

To vomit unintentionally.

Applying itr or perfume. It is not permitted to inhale the smoke of loban or agar batti whilst fasting. It is also not permitted to smoke cigarettes or inhale its smoke.

Brushing the teeth without tooth paste or powder, e.g., using a miswak, etc.

A dream which makes ghusl wajib (necessary) does not break the fast.

Ramadan Returns 2009 with Imam Khalid Hussain & Shaykh Ramadan Qadri

Muslim Youth League & Farghana Institute present…

Ramadan Returns 2009 Spiritual Retreats with Imam Khalid Hussain and Shaykh Ramadan Qadri

Retreat 1: Sat 29th & Sun 30th August 2009 (Sat 7pm - Sun 7pm)
Theme: An Evening of Remembrance & Reflection
Speakers: Shaykh M. Ramadan Qadri (Principal, Farghana Institute)
Performers: Qadri Boudshishi Munshideen

Retreat 2: Sat 12th & 13th September 2009 (Sat 7pm - Sun 7pm)
Topic: Seerat-ur-Rasool (p.b.u.h.): The Model of Integration
Speakers: Imam Khalid Hussain (Leicester) & Shaykh M. Ramadan Qadri

Non Residential: Free Admission
Residential: £10 (Iftari & Sehri Included)

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