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The month of Ramadan is an appropriate opportunity in which the servant draws near to God Almighty through all acts of worship, the foremost of which is Doa’a.

There are many “Doaas” that can be recited in the month of Ramadan; the Doa’a can be a personal Doa’a or a Doaa for all Muslims.

Teach Quran to Children

In Ramadan, children are taught about the Quran and its importance in their lives. 

During this time, parents would often teach their children at home or send them to a nearby mosque to learn Quran while they fasted.

Teaching Quran in Ramadan can be a difficult task for parents as children often find it boring, but there are ways to make it fun for them. One of the best ways to do this is to make it interactive and fun. For example, you can make it a game where the children try to get as many points as possible by completing tasks such as reciting verses.

Teach Quran to Children

The benefits of teaching the Qur’an during Ramadan include:

  • An opportunity for parents and children to spend quality time together.
  • Children will understand the importance of learning about Islam during Ramadan.

Sadaqah and Zakat

Zakat is the practice of giving a certain percentage of your wealth to the poor and needy. In Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to give Sadaqah, which is an act of charity in the form of food, drink, or money.

Sadaqah is considered one of the five pillars of Islam, and it’s not only for Ramadan but all year round. The Quran says…

 The best among you are those who have believed and done righteous deeds.

Also, combining charity and fasting is one of the reasons for entering the highest part of Paradise. As our beloved Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: “There are rooms in Paradise whose backs can be seen from their bellies and their bellies from their backs.” They said: Who are they, O Messenger of God? He said: “For the one who speaks well, who feeds the food, who fasts regularly, and prays at night while people are asleep.” Perhaps these qualities all meet in Ramadan.

Distribute Dates and Water in Heavy Traffic Places

Distribute Dates and Water in Heavy Traffic Places

The distribution of dates and water has become a Ramadan phenomenon in the current season. You can hardly find the main road without a group of young men carrying water and dates to distribute it to fasting people caught by the call to sunset prayer on the road.

During Ramadan, people compete for good and compete to do good deeds, as charitable societies compete to provide dates, water, and snacks to those fasting on the roads and the main signs.

Feed the Fasting People

While we all know about the happiness and relief we could spread to those in need by providing food over Ramadan, many of us are unaware of the Prophet’s (saw) teachings about feeding the fasting.

When a person asked the Prophet (saw) what the best deeds are in Islam, He said: “To feed the poor and greet those you know and those you don’t know.” [Bukhari].

The Messenger (saw) also extolled the virtues of feeding the fasting, saying: “Whoever feeds the person who is breaking his fast, he will have his reward (for his fasting) without decreasing anything from the reward of the fasting person.” [Tirmidhi].

Feed the Fasting People

So, the Messenger (saw) described feeding the poor as one of the best deeds in Islam, and He spoke extremely highly of feeding the fasting people – how much more favorably would He look upon us for feeding someone poor and fasting?

Feeding the fasting over Ramadan is even closer to the Prophet’s (saw) heart than providing food to those in need over the other months of the year. So when you feed a fasting person, you are spreading joy to those in need and gaining countless rewards for yourself.

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What is Allowed after Sunset During Ramadan?

Muslims usually break their fast at sunset (at Maghrib), so after sunset, Muslims can eat food and drink water.

What Happens at Sunset in Ramadan?

The hours of fasting keep changing according to the time of sunset and sunrise on a respective day. In simple terms, sunrise marks the beginning of the fast, while sunset marks the end of the same.

Which Activity Should We Avoid During Ramadan Between Sunrise and Sunset?

During Ramadan, Muslims abstain from eating any food, drinking any liquids, smoking cigarettes, and engaging in any sexual activity from dawn to sunset. That includes taking medication (even if you swallow a dry pill without drinking water).

Does Ramadan End at Sunset?

Ramadan lasts between 29 and 30 days, but fasting Ramadan starts every day with sunrise and ends with sunset.

How Much Zakat on Gold and Silver?

For gold and silver, the zakat amount is 2.5% of the total value.

How Much Zakat on Gold Islamqa?

It is 2.5% of the weight of the jewelry.

How Much Zakat Do I Pay on Gold?

You have to pay 2.5% of the gold total value.

How Much Should Zakat be Paid on Gold?

After calculating your gold amount, you should pay 2.5% of its value.

How Much Do I Have to Pay Zakat for Gold?

You have to pay from the total amount of your gold 2.5%.

How Many Zakat on Gold?

on gold is 2.5% of the gold value.

How Much is Zakat on Gold?

2.5% of the gold amount.

How Much Should Zakat be Given on Gold?

You have to give 2.5% of your gold value.