In Islamic terminology, the word Saum (Fast) means abstaining from food, drinks, and sexual activity from dawn to sunset. The exercise has to be done with the intention of doing purely for Almighty Allah. Muslims observe fast in the holy month of Ramadan; the 9th month in the Hijri Calendar. aFast According to Quran a Sunnaha by ProfZulfiqar Ahmad guides Muslims about how to spend this month and get the most out of Ramadan. If you are looking for a book that provides primary guidance about Fasting, its terms and conditions, things which invalidate a Fast and voluntary fasting; it is a must read for you. Salient Features: ac Complete Ramadan Guide ac Etiquettes, terms and conditions of Fast, Aitekaf, and LaylatulQadr ac Dos and Donats for Males and Females ac References to original sources ac Easy to understand language ac Decent design and outlook Darussalam Publishers has published this book with strict adherence to its policy of providing authentic Islamic books from original sources.Niyyah (intention) is a required condition of the obligatory fast of Ramadan as well as other obligatory fasts, such as making up missed fasts or fasts of expiation . Niyyah is the difference between whether the actions are religious or irreligious.
|Title||:||Fast According to the Quran & Sunnah|
|Publisher||:||Darussalam Publishers -|