Posts Tagged ‘Laylat al Qadr’

An Eid Gift: Photos from Al-Aqsa!

EID MUBARAK! One of our readers, Amira Yousef, was blessed with the opportunity to spend the 27th night of Ramadan at Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem. There were an estimated 500,000 people present for taraweeh prayer. She wanted everyone to witness how beautiful it was for so many people to come together in this very dear […]

Pardon

SubhanAllah (Glory be to God)—the last 10 days of Ramadan have begun. One of these nights will be Laylat al-Qadr (The Night of Power) insha’Allah (God willing)—a time for intensified reflection, worship and giving. Aisha radi allahu anha (may God be pleased with her), realizing the magnanimity of this time, asked the Prophet ﷺ (peace […]

Ramadan: Raining with Mercy

Originally posted in August 2010 Imagine for a moment that it’s raining. It is pouring, in fact. And imagine that you are inside your house, watching as it falls. But imagine that there is something very different about this rain. It is unlike any other you’ve ever seen. On this day, it is not raining […]

Searching for the Night of Power

Imam al-Razi stated, “Allah (subhanahu wa ta`ala – exalted is He) concealed this night like He did with many things: He concealed His pleasure with acts of obedience so one will strive towards them all, the answer to supplications so one will work towards making every supplication matter, His greatest name so people will magnify […]

GPS for the Night that is the Best

Its Blessed Name: Laylat al-Qadar Night [Layl]: indicates the time from sunset till dawn. Power [al-Qadar]: This word carries a number of different meanings such as honor, serenity, judgment, and power. The scholars differed over the meaning of this word when used in relation to that special night that takes place during the month of […]