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Fast of the Month of Ramadan: Philosophy and Ahkam +PDF

This text includes fasting in history, benefits of fasting, types of fasts, and the Prophet’s preaching on Ramadhan. Also includes other articles on the Night of Power, and Invocations for Ramadhan.

There are, no doubt, many books written in English that deal with fast and the month of Ramadhan; however, most of them, from my viewpoint, do not do justice to the institution of fast, to the month of Ramadhan, the greatest of all months, nor to Lailatul-Qadr, the Night of Destiny. Most available books seem to concentrate on the undeniable individual and social benefits of the fast, providing very little detail of what bliss awaits those who properly observe the fast. This book emphasizes the rewards such persons may receive as soon as their souls depart from their bodies at the moment of “death.” Also, an entire chapter in this book detailing the rewards of reciting each of the 114 Qur’anic chapters is included in order to encourage the believers to recite the Holy Qur’an more often. This text includes fasting in history, benefits of fasting, types of fasts, and the Prophet’s preaching on Ramadhan. Also includes other articles on the Night of Power, and Invocations for Ramadhan.

About the Author

Yasin T. al-Jibouri is a writer, Published Author of 82 Books and of numerous essays, articles and researches, Editor, Including Translations of the Holy Qur’an, Translator of Many Books.

Bibliographic Information

Title: Fast of the Month of Ramadan: Philosophy and Ahkam

Author: Yasin Jibouri

Publisher: Ansarian

 Language: English

Length: 109

ISBN: 978-964-438-172-0

Pub. Date: 2012/12/18

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