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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 09:06

In many homes the radio is playing almost 24 hours a day. We are listening to Quraan, nazams, talks, speech contests, and quiz competitions. The tragedy is that these programs have now taken the place of our own personal recitation of the quraan, zikr and dua. Ramadaan is a month of the Quraan. Shaikhul Hadeeth Moulana Muhammed Zakariyya Khandhelwi (rahimahullah) writes regarding the women of his household and the importance they gave to reciting the Quraan. He states that together with their house work, they managed to easily complete fifteen to twenty juz (paras) daily. Let us all try this Ramadaan to switch off all stations and increase our recitation of the Quraan, the zikr of the first kalimah and istighfaar. Some time daily should also be dedicated for dua.


Thirty Blank Cheques


Last Updated on Saturday, 19 January 2013 09:19

Someone hands thirty blank cheques to us. We are only required to fill in the amount on each cheque and this will qualify us to receive that entire amount in cash. Will any of us show any in difference and return the thirty cheques blank without filling in an amount? We are given thirty “blank cheques” (days) of the blessed month of Ramadaan where the fasting persons Duaas are accepted. Why do we then send these thirty days back to Allah Ta’ala all blank, without making any Duaa? Allah Ta’ala, the Giver is there to give us, but we the takers are not there to take. Let us increase our duaas in the month of Ramadaan, especially at the time of sehri (early morning) and iftaar (when we break fast). 


Fasting develops Piety


Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 11:01

“O you who believe! Fasting has been made compulsory upon you just as it was compulsory upon those before you (the Jews and Christians), so that you may develop taqwa (piety).” (Surah Baqarah, v183)

This verse highlights the love and mercy that Allah Ta’ala has for us. Allah Ta’ala has not merely instructed us to fast, but rather Allah Ta’ala has made the task easy for us by informing us that the previous nations also had to fast. Naturally if they had managed to fast, we too will be able to carry it out. Fasting develops piety. The only way to give up sin is to go against one’s carnal desire of eating, drinking and relations. This in turn weakens the carnal desire and strengthens the will-power to say “no” to any unlawful desire. Thus fasting develops self-restraint and leads us on to the pathway of piety.


The Month of Great Opportunities - Ramadaan - mp3


Last Updated on Saturday, 29 June 2013 06:42

    Pietermaritzburg Program: Mufti Zubair Bayat Saheb

Arrival of a V.I.P. guest / Preparation for this guest / Cleaning the house of our hearts to entertain this guest / Spending time with this guest / Drawing up a timetable and suggestions in this regard / Minimum time in the kitchen between Asr and Maghrib / Zikr and Duaa / Excessive recitation of the Quraan Majeed and practical tips on how to achieve this / 20 Rakaats of Taraweeh is Sunnat - not 8 Rakaats / Ta’leem of Fazaai’l e Ramadaan / Staying away from sins and undesirable acts / If Ramadaan is spent correctly, the rest of the year will go well – A wise person will invest in one month and reap the benefits during the entire year / An important Duaa before Ramadaan



Isipingo Beach Program: Moulana Zahir Karim:

Perhaps this is your last Ramadaan / The pious servants of Allah Ta’ala only wanted to live in this world to reap more rewards / The only thing that will accompany us in the grave is our actions / Respect this great month / Disrespect results in a nation being transformed to apes / Don’t settle for second best / Advices of Hazrat Moulana Badr e Alam (rahimahullah) – Great Muhaddith of Madinah Munawwarah – on how to spend our 24 hours in the month of Ramadaan



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