Feed the fasting inside al-masjid an-nabawee (al-madeenah an-nabawiyyah)
The Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) said:
((he who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, except that nothing will be reduced from the fasting persons reward)), [transmitted by ahmad, at-tirmidhee (who declared it saheeh), ibn maajah and ibn hibbaan].
reserve a serving spread for a minimum of 12 fasting people inside al-masjid an-nabawee (al-madeenah an-nabawiyyah) as follows:
i) during the blessed month of ramadhaan;
ii) on a monday;
iii) on a thursday;
iv) on the 13th, 14th and 15th of any islamic calendar month.
…for as low as £2.00(*) per person, per day!
the iftaar (breaking the fast) meal comprises:
duqqah – mixture of ground spices;
freshly baked bread – shurayk;
fresh arabic coffee.
note: the prices listed include a full layout and disposal service within al-masjid an-nabawee comprising:
i) plastic serving spread;
ii) serving trays;
v) tea flask;
vi) coffee flask .
…the service shall begin daily right after the ‘asr prayer until after the maghrib prayer, inshaa.-Allaah.
important: we are currently only taking minimum orders of 12 people per day. alternatively, why not team up with family and friends so you can each take 1 person per day for example?
cost per person, per day
place your order now by sending your payment via paypal to:
important: when processing your payment via paypal, be sure to specify the make-up of your order in the text box marked “Note:”
Please be sure to make all payments in pounds sterling (GBP £).
note: if you order iftaar meals for a minimum of 12 people per day for the entire duration of ramadhaan, then you will qualify for a discount whereby each iftaar meal will cost you only (*)£2.00!
On the authority of Abu Hurairah (radiallaahu ‘anhu), who said the Messenger of Allaah (salallaahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said, “If any man sees someone who is put to trial and says: Al Hamdu Lillahil-ladhee ‘Afanee Mimmabtalaka Bihi Wa Fadalanee ‘Ala Katheerin Mimman Khalaqa Tafdeelan, he wil not be affected by that affliction, whatever it was.” [At-Tirmidhi]
The definition of Al Hamdu Lillahil-ladhee ‘Afanee Mimmabtalaka Bihi Wa Fadalanee ‘Ala Katheerin Mimman Khalaqa Tafdeelan is: (All Praise and thanks be to Allaah, Who spared me from what he has afflicted you [with] and greatly preferred me to many of his creatures).
Bismillaah, wal-hamdulilaah, was-salaatu was-salaamu ‘alaa rasoolillaah, wa ba’d
|An Example of Shaykh Ibnul-‘Uthaymeen’s Beautiful Manners in Giving Da’wah||
|Sunday, 05 July 2009|
|Doctor Saud al-‘Ajaaji who was amongst those who accompanied Shaykh al-‘Uthaymeen on the last medical trip he made to Boston (a city in America) said,
“Whilst we were leaving the hotel where we were staying in, a little American boy who was with his mother stood in front of him – the Shaykh caught his attention because of his Saudi thawb and abayah – so he began to touch him on his head and to play with him. So his mother asked him to greet the Shaykh and he returned an even better greeting. Then the Shaykh said directing his speech to the mother ‘May Allaah guide you to Islaam’ all during which he kept lowering his gaze. Then the mother told her son to bid the Shaykh farewell by saying to her son, ‘Tell him have a nice day.’ So the Shaykh asked me what he said, I told him he said ‘Have a nice day.’ However some of those who were accompanying him became annoyed because of the way in which the woman was dressed. One of them even made some remarks towards her, but the Shaykh did not like this and he said, ‘O brothers this is not from the mannerisms of Islaam, the mother and he son were smiling at us and they were very cordial in speech, so it is upon us to reciprocate the favour. So rather then make du’aa against them, we should make du’aa for her which by the way is the path of this exalted religion.’”
(an-Nur Magazine: nos. 191)
For more on knowledge on upright moral character and Islamic manners, the beneficial book ‘Upright Moral Character’