UWT Delegation on the ground in Sierra Leone
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
The following is a daily account from a delegation of Ummah Welfare Trust currently in Sierra Leone delivering and overlooking the charity’s £100,000 Iftar programme as well as other projects. The account and further details are available on this link.
RAMADAN – USEFUL INFORMATION AND LINKS
(1) How to make the most out of Ramadan (also useful for non-Muslims) http://wp.me/p5TmNO-1Y
Will fasting for 12 hours in the summer months or following the fasting times of Saudi Arabia suffice for Muslims in the UK?
What are the Masnoon Du’as at the time of breaking the fast?
To read or download the answer with the Arabic references, click on the following link: Masnun Iftar Duas
To print or download an abridged poster version, click on the following link: Masnun Iftar Duas (Poster)
By Imam Yusuf Shabbir
Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, regarded by Muslims as the holiest month.
Muslims spend the entire month in fasting and spiritual reflection. This fast from dawn to sunset is one of the five pillars of Islam.
The evenings are spent enjoying family and community meals, engaging in prayer and spiritual reflection, and reading from the Qur’an.
As Muslims, it is important to understand the rationale of fasting and the purpose so as to maximise benefit from this month.
Can you briefly explain the Islamic perspective on the night of power (Laylah al-Qadr)?