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In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains Exemptions from fasting. This course will cover all the practical rules that every Muslim, man or woman, should know, citing their bases in the Qur’an and the Sunnah.
In this Lecture, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem discusses and explains The Fiqh of fasting and When the intention should be formed. This course will cover all the practical rules that every Muslim, man or woman, should know, citing their bases in the Qur’an and the Sunnah.
In this series, Sh. Assim Al-Hakeem shows rulings of fasting in addition to its merits and invalidators. He also mentions goals behind fasting and attributes which those fasting should be keen on. He illustrates conditions of fasting and its rulings in some exceptional circumstances as in traveling and illness. . He clarifies some acts of worship in Ramadan such as I’tikaf (seclusion in the masjed) and Zakaatul-Fitr (obligatory charity after Ramadan).
When you want to do something for the sake of Allah, it should truly be for the sake of Allah. You have to struggle and strive to please Allah primarily. Everything else needs to be a secondary intention. Your prime focus should be pleasure of Allah by performance of a good deed. Your focus cannot be weight-loss primarily. When you are fasting for the sake of Allah, what you do during the fast matters. You are not just starving yourself from food. You have to change your attitude. Shaykh Abu Eesa answers and explains..
We all agree that Taraweeh – the additional prayers after Isha during the month of Ramadan – is optional. Can we then, as a community, justify creating trouble for each other if some pray more Taraweeh, or less?
A lot of mosques allow students of the Qur'an as young as 10 years old lead Taraweeh prayer in Ramadan. But is this actually allowed? What are the conditions for one to lead salah?