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All About `Eid Al-Fitr (10+ Fatwas)

By Shari`ah Staff
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`Eid Al-Fitr is the day of boons and blessings for all fasting Muslims, as they are promised a great reward by Almighty Allah for their righteous observance of the fast. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims express their gratitude to Allah Who enabled them to observe the fast and, at the same time, granted them abundant provision during this blessed month. `Eid Al-Fitr, therefore, is a day of joy, acts of worship, thanksgiving to Allah, cooperation, solidarity, brotherhood and sisterhood, unity, and spiritual provision.

Every Muslim is highly recommended to observe the Islamic etiquette of`Eid. There are some rulings relevant to `Eids that a Muslim should know about too.

In `Eid Al-Fitr (10+ Fatwas) folder, which is one of the 10+ Fatwas Series, fatwas and rulings of `Eid will be presented to our dear readers.

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Sunnah Acts on the Day of `Eid Al-Fitr

At the end of Ramadan, Muslims express their gratitude to Allah, Who has enabled them to observe fasting and, at the same time, granted them abundant provision during…

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`Eid: Etiquette and Rulings

It is haram to fast on the days of `Eid because of the hadith of Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri in which he said that the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) forbade fasting on the day of Fitr and the…

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Women Performing `Eid Prayer at Home

There is no doubt that women should come out for `Eid Prayer to the masjid if it is held in a mosque. That is the sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh). To bar women from praying in the mosque goes directly against the…

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