The Blessed Days and Nights of the Islamic Year
The blessed days, nights, and months are each a distinctive sign of islam. They are celebrated by Muslims all around the world in due respect to their unique worth and sanctity that make them distinct from the rest of the year. Muslims commemorate Prophet Noah and his tireless messengership every year by cooking Ashura pudding and sharing it with their neighbors; they remember the great model of Abraham as the firend of God who displayed the greates example of submission to the Divine Will. Providing essential information about various components of Islamic tradition as the unviersal heritage of human history, we hope this book will serve to the better understanding and mutual respect between members of different faiths.
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Abd Allah able According Aisha Akbar al-Hijja 13 al-i sayyidina Almighty believers birth blessed days celebrated Companions day of Ashura Day of Judgment days and nights days of Ramadan Dhu al-Hijja Dhu al-Qada Eid prayer emigration Festival of Ramadan Festival of Sacrifice forgive forms of worship Friday prayer God's Gokbori hadith Hajj happiness hearts Hijri iftar Ihram important Islam Islamic calendar Jumada Ka'ba last ten days Laylat Laylat al-Qadr Madina Makka Masjid al-Aqsa Masjid al-Haram Mawlid Mawlid al-Nabi mercy Mi'raj month of Muharram month of Ramadan months of Rajab mosque Night of Bara'a Night of Power one's performed person pilgrimage pray predawn meal Prophet fasted Prophet Muhammad Prophet Noah Qadr Qur'an Rabi al-Awwal Raghaib Ramadan Eid al-Fitr read the Qur'an repent reward Riyadh al-Salihin sacrifice an animal Sacrifice Eid al-Adha sacrificed Sajda servanthood Shaban Shawwal sins Siyam soul spiritual supererogatory takbir tarawih verse