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The last 10 nights of Ramadan


Islam recommends Muslims to practise this Sunnah and stay in the mosque in the last 10 nights of Ramadan when they should devote more of their time to worship. The Prophet’s (peace be upon him) practice in these 10 nights was to devote all his time to worship, staying up every night, eager to be attending to his worship on the Night of Decree which falls in one of these 10 nights.

Committing sins during Ramadan


A Muslim must protect himself and his body against committing any sin at all times, but this is more emphasized in Ramadan.

Allah has exempted some people from fasting in Ramadan


Allah the most merciful has exempted some people from fasting in Ramadan. Some cases like; sick, old people, or travelers. And they have to make up for those days later and give compensation to the poor and needy.

The Night of Decree


The Night of Decree and I'tikaf in Ramadan is a recommended action, i.e. Sunnah, and it draws a person closer to Allah, who says in the Qur’an: ‘And We charged Abraham and Ishmael [saying], "Purify My House for those perform Tawaf and those who are staying [there] for worship and those who bow and prostrate [in prayer].’ (2:125).