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Ramadan 22

 

 

Topic:

 

Preparing for Eid I

Thawb

 

Today's Quote:

Taqabbala Allahu minnaa wa minkum

May Allah accept it from you and us

(The Eid Greeting)

 

 

Goal:

 

To start preparing for Eid if you haven't already started.

 

Activity 1:

Learn the greeting of Eid

Shaykh ul Islaam Ibn Taymeeyah, when asked about the greeting/congratulationss of Eid said:

 "As for the greeting on the day of Eid, then it is by saying to one another when meeting after the prayer:

Taqabbala Allahu minnaa wa minkum wa ahaala Allahu alayka

May Allah accept it from you and us and other things of this nature.

 

Ibn Qudaamah reported in Al Mugnee that Muhammad ibn Iyaad said: "I was with Abi Umamah al Baahilee and other companions of the Prophet (salla Alalhu alayhi wa sallam and when they returned from the Eid they said to each other:

Taqabbala Allahu minnaa wa minkum

May Allah accept it from you and us

 

 

Source: "The Rulings Concerning the Two Eids from the Purified Sunnah"

 

Memorize and practice daily, insha Allah.

 

Activity 2:

Learn the Takbeer for Eid

From: "The Rulings Concerning the Two Eids from the Purified Sunnah"

It is a Sunnah to say Takbeer aloud on the way to the musalla for the Eid Prayer. It is not permissible to recite in unison (all together)

"The manner of saying takbeer has not been authentically reported in a hadeeth or the Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) ....but it has been reported from some of the Companions (radiAllahu anhum):

 

Ibn Mas'ood used to say.

 

Allahu Akbar.

 Allahu Akbar.

Laa ilaaaha illallah.

Wa Allahu akbar.

Allahu akbar.

Walillaahil Hamd.

 

Allah is the Greatest.

Allah is the Greatest.

There is one who has the right to be worshipped except Allah.

Allah is the Greatest.

Allah is the Greatest

and to Allah belongs all praise.

 

 

Activity 3:

Sit down as a family and make a checklist of the things your family needs to do to get ready for Eid, such as wash/mend/buy Eid clothes, plan Eid activities/meals, clean house, invite guests, go shopping, etc.

 

You can use the Eid Preparation Planner to make your checklist, grocery list, and guest list.

 

Activity 4:

Journal:

Ramadan 22

 

Are you usually rushed when preparing for Eid? Do you start in advance? How far in advance do you usually start?  What are some of the things that you usually need more time to prepare for?

Do you plan on having guests for Eid? Are you planning a special meal for Eid? What types of activities do you usually do for Eid? What types of activities would you like to do for Eid?

 

 

Activity 5:

Copy today's quote neatly.

 

 

This page last updated:

Sunday, January 21, 2007

 

 

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