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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 08:50
You may find it useful.




1. Sleep Daily by 10pm.
2. Wake up 3am.
3. Tahajjud 3:30am till 4:15am
4. Study Quran for 20mins, at least 10verses with meaning. 4:15am - 4:35am. Observe your Dua for 10mins, ask all your desires from Allah 4:35 - 4:45.
5. Eat Sahur 4:45am till 5:05am
6. Rest till 5:20am but try not sleep.
7. Pray Salatu Subhi: 5:30am
8. Do Morning Azkar till 6am/6:30am
9. Rest/Prepare for the day till 7am.
10. Pray Salatu Duha, at least 4 Rakats. From 11:00am to 11:30am
11. Constantly Listen to Quran.
12. Pray Salatu Zuhr by 1pm. Do 20mins Azkar.
13. Pray Salatu Asr by 4pm & Do 20mins Evening Azkar, and recitation of the Qur'an.
14. Break your fast at 7:00pm with what you can afford. But pray and ask Allah for anything and everything you want before breaking the fast. Pray Salatu Magrib,your Dua will not be rejected.
15. 8:00pm Start Praying Ishai & Pray 11 Rakats of Taraweeh till 9:00pm.
16. After Taraweeh, spend 5mins to reflect on the day, and ask yourself these questions;. What did you do well? What needs to be improved?. What needs to stop? what needs to start?
May we witness Ramadan in good health.


We pray Almighty Allah rewards us all.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 09:26
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15. 8:00pm Start Praying Ishai & Pray 11 Rakats of Taraweeh till 9:00pm.

Just to clarify, Taraweeh is not 11 Rakats.

Every evidence points to and proves 20 Rakats and the 8 or 11 opinions have been well documented on this forum and other places, showing exactly how 20 become 11/8 and how the Hadith changed.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 09:27
Please always post in the correct section. Categories are there for a reason and posting too many times in the wrong section increases our work to move it to the correct section. Doing this often could enable temporary restrictions on starting new topics.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 09:50
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Hope this helps clarify (with more posts that can be read)
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 10:44
9829-arabic taraweeh atya bin salim.pdf
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 11:25
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Here is a summary of a great find, Jzk.
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TWENTY RAKA'AT OF TARAWIH IS SUNNAH
22nd June 2008

Sheikh Atiyyah Muhammed Salim who is a judge of the supreme court of Madina Munawwarah and an orator and teacher in Masjidun-Nabawi (SAW) has written a book entitled �At-Tarawihu akthara min alfi amin fi masjid-in-Naibi (SAW) in which he has recorded the history of Taraweh for more than a thousand years in Masjidun Nabawi (SAW). He has recorded the historical events dating from the era of Nabi (SAW) right up to 1390 Hijrah. From his writings it is ascertained that during this lengthy period, Taraweh salah was never less than twenty rakaat in Musjidun-Nabawi (SAW). The practice and norm was either twenty rakaat or more (never less than that). After recording the historical facts till page 151 of his book. Sheikh Atiyyah poses a question to the readers. During this lengthy period, were eight rakaat the maximum limit or were less than twenty rakaat ever performed?! For fourteen hundred years, the tarawih salah was between twenty and forty rakaat. It was never heard from am person possessing Iman that to perform more than eight rakaat is not permissible.

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Saudi Arabia's leading cleric, the famous teacher of the Prophetic mosque and (former) judge of Madinah, Sheikh Attiyah Mohammad Salem (d. 1999) has compiled a separate book on ‘one thousand four hundred years history of Taraweeh prayer’ in Arabic named (التراويح أكثر من ألف عام في المسجد النبوي Taraweeh prayer for more than one thousand years in the Prophetic mosque). Having been mentioned the cause of its compilation, he writes in the preamble that Taraweeh prayer is constantly being offered in the Prophetic mosque, then some people stop praying after offering eight Raka’hs only, and they think that offering eight Raka’hs is better and more than it, is not allowed. By this way, they are deprived of the reward of remaining Raka’hs of Taraweeh. It’s a great pity to see their deprivation. That is why, I’m compiling this book, so that doubts of such people will be removed and may Allah bless them to offer twenty Raka’hs of Taraweeh! After discussing on the history of 1400 years, Sheikh Attiyah Mohammad Salem writes in this book, “After this detailed analysis, at the first instance, we would like to ask our readers that whether it is proved at any occasion, during a long period of more than one thousand years that the eight Raka’hs Taraweeh had been offered in the Prophetic mosque? Or assume that is it proved offering of less than twenty Raka’hs? But it is clearly proved that during the span of one thousand four hundred years, only twenty Raka’hs or more than that used to be offered. Another question is that “did any companion or scholar issue a fatwa in the past that it is not allowed to perform more than 8 Raka’hs of Taraweeh and he based his fatwa on Ayesha’s (RA) Hadeeth?”

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Two groups have gone to extremes with regard to this matter. The first group denounced everyone who prays more than eleven rak’ahs and said that doing so was bid’ah. The second group denounced those who do only eleven rak’ahs and said that they are going against scholarly consensus (ijmaa’).


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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 12:42
jazakallahu khaira
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 1st April 2021 13:09
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With all due respect, my following post with the evidence and video clearly disproves 11 Rakats and how this came about.

And therefore, I agree with the content in your post. We are of the second group that denounce those who do only eleven rak’ahs and say that they are going against scholarly consensus (ijmaa’).
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