Chronicles of Ramadan : God’s Names
Like every year to accompany the holy month of Ramadan, a daily chronicle to ponder over and to share.
May God brings us faith, well-being and peace.
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12 commentaires - “Chronicles of Ramadan : God’s Names”
I was wondering if you would do the ramadan chronicles again this year and I hoped you would… I like the theme.
It’s nice ramadan is back and inshallah we will be learning from these messages again.
Ramadan mubarak to everybody!!
Dear Dr. Ramadan:
My name is Abubakar Kasim. I am from Toronto, Canada. I have benefited a lot from your talks. May Allah bless you immensely and keep you well and healthy.
Ramadan Kareem brother and keep up the good work. I wish there were more like you.
Your message is always balanced and your talks support equality and justice.
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Thank you Prof!
Dear Dr. Ramadan:
My name is Mian Abdul Qadeer Ahmed and I live in Ajax , Ontario , Canada. I believe I benefitted a great deal from your Chronicles last year and look forward to hearing your thoughts on this years subject.
I was lucky enough to benefit from your talk at last years RIS Toronto conference and subsequently your presentations at the retreat as well.
I would like to wish you and your family a spirtually uplifting Ramadan.
I am happy to report to you that the very first mosque in Oxford ( Bath Street ) bought by Oxford Mosque Society is ready to be populated again after a period of neglect and disrepair.
Would appreciate if some of your muslim students took some interest in populating this mosque to save it for true islam rather than the cultural islamic influence from the subcontinent.
Please continue the great work you are doing with even more vigour and may Allah strenghten your resolve in face of generally prevalent adverse conditions.
I would be praying for your continued success in expressing true Islam in such a way that it is widely understood by western population at large.
Jazakallah Khairan Kathira
I am from Vancouver and met you in person when you were here..I appreciate your work in this holy month and wish you and your family all the best.As a belief, this month is about invitation from our lord to a holy ceremony..I am delighted to get this invitation through you.
Soubhana’Allah, I was searching their meanings on the web, and I haven’t found anything! Plus, I have now the opportunity to learn it in French and in English.
Thank You Mr.Ramadan
Love you in God!
Assalamu aleykum, dear brother Tariq! My name is Rinat, I’m a Muslim from Russia and I’m thankful to you for your Ramadan chronicles, that are so useful, may Allah help you to make a continuation of them during the all month of Ramadan!
Assalm Alaikm Dr. Ramadan.
It’s my honor to write to u at this juncture. I lived in Nigeria’s katsina state. I learned alot from your chronicles and many more of your lectures. How i wish if you’ll engaged yourself here in west africa, perhaps, my fellow young people have very less info about you. your knowledge is highly needed hear please. thank you. love from Nigeria
I have heard you humbly reject thank you’s in public many times, but my heart is very grateful. Instead of a thank you I will pray for you and your family, and please continue to pray for all of us.