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What are the rules of fasting in Islam? Every Muslim is obligated to fast during Ramadan, once a year.
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  • Instructor : Shaykh Allie Khalfe
  • No. of lessons: 01
  • Category: Fiqh
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What You'll Learn

  • Identify the Essentials of Fasting and its conditions
  • Understand what invalidates Fasting
  • Understand the Virtue of the Month of Ramadan
  • Understand the Etiquettes of Fasting

About This Course

As per the following ayah (verse) of the Holy Quran: “Oh You who believe! Fasting has been prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those (nations) before you so that you may attain God-consciousness.”

This verse explains about the significance of fasting in Islam and that fasting for the believers was already a tradition following on from previous nations.  Additionally, it highlights that the objective of fasting is to become more God-conscious, i.e, more conscious. Hence the goal of fasting for Muslims should be to become a more caring person in relation to one’s responsibilities to one’s self, God and all other creation.

This lecture will bring you deeper into the Fundamentals of fasting, the etiquette, fasting rules, the spiritual aspect of fasting and the significance of the Nuzul Qur’an and the Night of Power the Laylatul Qadr. There are many benefits of fasting in Islam, and we should all work towards reaping the good spiritual gains.

Entry Requirements


  • This lecture is open to all.