We are look­ing for a few more good Taraweeh Summaries

We are look­ing for a few more good Taraweeh Summaries

As Salaamu Alaykum Warah Matullahi Wabara Kaatuhu –Peace be upon you with all of GOD’S Mercy and Blessings.

Please join us as we pray that these sum­maries will moti­vate all of us to MAKE the time to read, study and absorb the DIVINE WORDS OF THE QURAN in their orig­i­nal form.

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Muhammad Farooq -Presdient IcnvT


The fol­low­ing is a par­tial list of khut­bahs and arti­cles on Ramadan. If there is a par­tic­u­lar khut­bah you are look­ing for, then please use a detailed search page such as http://​www​.almin​bar​.com/​r​a​m​a​d​a​n​.​a​s​

please also try http://​www​.mus​lim​mul​ti​me​dia​.com/


aslo see ” Ramad­han, the Bless­ing Month” by Dr. Ahmad Sakr on youtube



Please click here for Imam Magid on Surah Fatiha

also see http://​www​.cdicam​pus​.com


Another impor­tant fea­ture of the month of Ramad­han is Tarawih. It is a spe­cial Salah (prayer) con­sist­ing of 20 rak’at which is per­formed imme­di­ately after the ‘Isha’ prayer. This Salah is Sun­nah mu’akkaddah (repeat­edly empha­sized), and should not be missed. The Holy Prophet (Sal­lal­lahu Alaihi Was­sal­lam) said, “Allah has made fast­ing in Ramad­han oblig­a­tory, and I have made the spe­cial prayer of Ramad­han (i.e. the Tarawih) a Sunnah”.

It is a Sun­nah Mu’akkadah’ ‘alal-​kifayah to per­form Tarawih in jama’ah. It means that it is a Sun­nah mu’akkaddah for the peo­ple of every mosque to arrange for the jama’at of the Tarawih. If a per­son after being sure that the jama’ah of Tarawih is being held in his mosque, per­forms the Tarawih in his home with­out jama’ah, the sun­nah of the Tarawih is dis­charged, but he will be deprived of the great thawab (reward) of pray­ing with jama’ah.

So, one should per­form the Tarawih in the mosque as far as pos­si­ble. It is also a Sun­nah to com­plete the recita­tion of the whole Quran in Tarawih in Ramad­han. It is thus advis­able to request a hafiz (one who has mem­o­rized the Holy Quran by heart) to lead the prayer of Tarawih. How­ever, pay­ing any fee to the hafiz for this pur­pose is not allowed. If no such hafiz is avail­able, the Tarawih should be led by any Imam, and he can recite in it what­ever Surahs of the Holy Qur’an he remembers.

As a gen­eral prac­tice, the Holy Qur’an is com­pleted in most of the mosques a few days before the end of Ramad­han, on the 27th night or even ear­lier. In such a case, Tarawih should be con­tin­ued till the last night of Ramad­han with recita­tion of dif­fer­ent surahs. Those who leave Tarawih after the com­ple­tion of the Holy Qur’an are not cor­rect, because Sun­nah of the Tarawih remains unchanged unto the last night. The time of Tarawih begins after the per­for­mance of the oblig­a­tory (Fard) prayer of ‘Isha.

There­fore, the one who has not per­formed the Fard prayer of ‘Isha can­not join the prayer of Tarawih. He should per­form the Fard of ‘Isha first, then join the Tarawih. If he missed some rak’at of Tarawih, he can com­plete it after the witr. For exam­ple, a per­son came to the mosque when the Imam has per­formed four rak’at of Tarawih. He should per­form the Fard of ‘Isha first, then join the jama’ah for Tarawih. If he has missed 4 or 6 rak’at of Tarawih, he should also per­form the witr prayer with the Imam, then pray the four or six rak’at he has missed on his own, indi­vid­u­ally. Cour­tesy: www​.every​mus​lim​.net


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