Ramadan is the only Islamic month that requires Muslims to follow certain rules and regulations. None of the restrictions and rules, however, dull the joy that Muslims around the world feel when Ramadan arrives. The essential (fard) acts that the Muslims are to abstain from during fasting are eating, drinking and sexual intercourse. These, however, are only the most basic requirements. There is much more to Ramadan than just keeping yourself hungry. The essence of Ramadan is to develop patience, tolerance, forgiveness and general goodness amongst Muslims. Anything that contradicts with these goals is to be avoided by all means. Here is a list of some Dos and Don’ts of Ramadan for all Muslims.
QforQuran strives to provide Muslims with authentic content sourced from Quran and Hadith. One of our fundamental goals is to motivate Muslims around the world to learn the background of Quranic verses and to educate them about Islamic History and various other topics discussed in the Quran. To achieve the stated goal, QforQuran planned to start a new Quran-related section named ‘Quran in 5 seconds’ for our blog and Facebook page. Before starting it, however, we wanted to be certain that the concept behind ‘Quran in 5 seconds’ conforms to the Shariah.
Let’s face it; the sole reason you are reading this article is that you want to complete Quran this Ramadan but you are struggling. That’s really alright, though, at some point we all struggle. It’s hard to take the initiative to start something entirely new and harder to start something that you quit a while back. Especially; when you fear you might not be able to commit to it the way you should. Despite the category you fall into, these simple tips are sure to help you complete Quran this Ramadan. Not just that, these tips will help you develop a habit of reading Quran daily and connect with it on the level that you desire.
I feel you. First steps are hard to take. What if you slip right after you have just begun? Oh, the fear. Good news for you! You can easily overcome it. For beginners, it is best to start Quran Recitation from the 30th chapter of Quran. The chapter comprises of 37 short Surahs that are easy to read and make you ready for the longer Surahs. Taking an easy start will gradually increase your speed and each day you will get closer to achieve the goal to complete Quran this Ramadan.