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What's After Ramadan? (10+ Fatwas)

Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan
By Shari`ah Staff
Main After Ramadan

With the end of Ramadan, many Muslims, unfortunately, ignore some acts of worship they used to frequently do in Ramadan. Indeed, it is a serious trap in which some Muslims may fall. Though acts of worship are multiply rewarded in Ramadan, a Muslim is ordained to strengthen his relation with Allah Almighty and enhance his acts of worship throughout the whole year.

Therefore, it is the duty of every true Muslim to keep the spirit of Ramadan, maintaining all good deeds and virtues, maybe with a lower level than what he or she used to do in Ramadan.

Introducing the post-Ramadan juristic issues and helping Muslims to keep the spirit of Ramadan, Shari`ah dept. is launching this 10+ Fatwa folder, one of the 10+ Fatwas Series, hoping that all Muslims will exert their utmost efforts and do their best to please Allah Almighty.



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- Making Up For the Days of Fasting When One Dies

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- Fasting for a Purpose

- Voluntary Fasting in Winter

- Fasting on One’s Birthday

- Unable to Pay Fidyah for Missed Fasts

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