Muslims must be pure before praying or any other act of worship requiring purity. Purification means the removal of any physical discharge from private parts which require washing, water sprinkling or wiping.
Linguistically speaking, fasting means abstention from something. In an Islamic context, it means intentional abstention from eating and drinking, as well as all that invalidates fasting, from the break of dawn until sunset with the intention of worshipping Allah.
This is an in-depth resume of the essential rules and
laws on the Fiqh of fasting designed to provide the reader with
explanation for both spiritual and physical significance and uniqueness
of this remarkable act of worship. Sheikh Shu`aib clarifies major point
on fasting. His focus is relevance of this divine discipline on to the
life and living as well as the interpretation of related text on Fasting
based on Al-Qur`an and the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (saas).
This book serves as a guide and reference on courses on Islamic studies.
Lessons on Fasting, Taraweeh & zakaat: contains numerous beneficial points. Itis divided up into eight sections, which were designed to serve as lessons on distinct topics commonly talked about during the month of Ramadan.
The prescribed book for the course is Subulus-Salaam by the 17th century Yemenite scholar Muhammad ibn Ismaa‘eel as-San‘aanee which is a commentary on Buloogh al-Maraam written by Haafiz Ibn Hajar al- ‘Asqalaanee. In Buloogh the author gathered the majority of the hadeeths which are commonly used as the basic evidences for the Islamic legal system. The course material is comprised of the Chapter on Fasting (Kitaab as-Siyaam) from Subulus-Salaam.
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