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Al-Muhajiroon Magazine’s Ramadan issues

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Assalamu Alaikum.


Somehow, I knew that word would catch your eye.

What is “Al-Muhajiroon”?

Well, that’s the name of a bi-monthly magazine run by the sisters at the Enlightened into Islam Center in Kuwait.  [Here’s their blog.]

And it’s quite nice indeed. [Those of you who want to know more about the Names of Allah will REALLY like it. They have an article on a Name in each issue.]

You can download all the previous issues here.

Here are the Ramadan issues:

[Click on the picture to download the issue.]

1) Servitude in Fasting (Year 1429 AH)

2) What is after Ramadan? (Year 1430 AH)

3) Two Occasions of Joy for the Person Observing Saum (Fasting) (Year 1431 AH)

4) Patience and Gratitude during the Month of Ramadan (Year 1432 AH)

5) Lailatul Qadr – The Night of Decree (Year 1433 AH i.e. this year’s edition)

The Centre has also produced a couple of books. You can find them all online here.

Two of them are related to Ramadan:

[Click on the picture to download the book.]

1) The Verdicts of Fasting

2) Zakaat-ul-Fitr (The Breaking Fast Charity)

PS. It’s a total coincidence that three of the last four posts (including this one) have links to Islamic magazines.



بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Assalamu Alaikum.

Looking for a nice site with loads of Islamic information?

Well okay, here goes:

This is one of the more famous sites out there when it comes to Islamic books and audios. The brother, may Allah reward him, has collected information on just about every topic.

[Note: There’s loads of stuff on two subjects that I mention frequently: Tawheed and Arabic.]

Also, he has a nice blog:

After all these years of using the site, I finally checked the “About us” section and found out that the brother is a convert from Hinduism, masha-Allah, and lives in the……………………UAE*.

Small world, isn’t it?

[*Just to clear things up for all the non-UAEers: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a very nice boat shaped country which consists of seven emirates (“states”), one of which is the very famous Dubai (which I just call “home”).]