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Saturday, 14 July 2012 20:47

Readers’ forum holds ‘Welcome to Ramadan’ in Riyadh

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Riyadh, July 14: “Islam does not consider the charity work in quantity; rather it measures the good deeds in the frame of one’s intention” said Mohammed Qayum Ahmed.

 

He was speaking at ‘Welcome to Ramadan’ programme organised by Sanmarga Readers’ Forum in Riyadh.

 

Zakath system in Islam is a facility to uplift the community and society as whole, which brings in harmony in the society, he said recalling the instances during the period of Islam’s second Caliph Omar (RA) and the period of Omar Bin Abdulaziz (RA).

 

Speaking about the importance of Ramadan, Mohammed Mubin Ahmed said that this is a blessed month for the Muslims to inculcate the God-fearing (Taqwa) in their life, and people should make use of the occasion and should involve more in doing the good deeds during the period. He called upon the people to make this Ramadan a different than their earlier ones.

 

Explaining the virtues of Ramadan he said, attainment of Taqwa is the major objective of fasting during the month of Ramadan and one should make sure that this Ramadan will be a milestone in his life and carries over the godliness throughout the year.

 

Abdul Jabbar Fayaz compered the programme and Mir Zahoor Ahmed proposed vote of thanks.

 

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Comments  

 
Like [3]Dislike [0] #2 Zahoor Ahmed, Dammam2012-07-19
Thanks to Sanmarga readers forum for organising Ramadhan Welcome programme,May Allah reward the best.
 
 
Like [19]Dislike [0] #1 Ameer, Mangalore2012-07-14
Masha Allah very good programme nice to see Janab Mubin Bhai.Allahumma Baarikna Shaban wa Balligna Ramadhan.
 

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