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Among them is Dhu al-Qa’dah. The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.


The sacred months.. The month of Dhul-Qa’dah is considered the eleventh month of the Hijri calendar, and it is one of the sacred months in which God Almighty forbids killing, which are: Rajab, Dhul-Qa’ dah, Dhul-Hijjah, and Muharram, and it was given this name because the Arabs refrained from fighting during this period.

The sacred months

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Why is the month of Dhul-Qi’dah one of the holy months?

Dhul-Qidah received this name because the Arabs refrained from fighting due to its sacredness and reverence. That is to say, the reason why this month was called that is because it is one of the months in which the Arabs were famous for refraining from fighting. or traveling, so it was a quiet month in the Arabian Peninsula, that’s why it was called Dhul-Qidah Assis, and in Lisan al-Arab: when one stops traveling and seeks pasture and the food.

The sacred months are mentioned in the words of Almighty God: “The number of months with God is twelve months in the Book of God on the day He created the heavens and the earth. Four of them are sacred. This is the precious religion: So do not wrong yourselves and fight the polytheists together, just as they fight you together, and know that God is with the righteous” (Al-Tawbah: 36)

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The month of Dhul-Qi’dah 1444

The sacred months

The sacred months are noble months which are inviolable to God Almighty. God Almighty has distinguished them from the months of the year, He has ordained that their holiness be venerated and has forbidden injustice in their midst. month, because sins are multiplied there due to their inviolability, and the veneration of the month of Dhul-Qa’dah: frequent proximity to God Almighty with good acts of worship, such as prayer, fasting, charity, Umrah, dhikr and others, good deeds in the month of Rajab, like the holy months, have a great reward.

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The month of Dhul-Qi’dah

Injustice during the holy months

God Almighty chose the holy months by increasing and strengthening the ban, so that we would not fall into the same situation as the pre-Islamic people in terms of violating the sanctity of these months. The Almighty said: “So do not harm yourselves. therein,” and wrongdoing in these months is a greater sin and sin than wrongdoing in any other month, and wrongdoing is in the verse and includes all sins, great and small , such as committing a prohibited act or neglecting an obligation.

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The crescent of the month of Dhul-Qi’dah 1444

What are the sacred months?

1- The month of Muharram: (Muharram the Sacred) which is the first month of the Hijri year and one of the sacred months: Muharram was called because the Arabs before Islam forbade fighting during it, and the month of Muharram is one of the holy months that God Almighty has glorified and mentioned in the Holy Quran, so God Almighty said: “Indeed, the number of months with God is twelve months in the Book of God on the day He created the heavens and the earth. they were sacred. This is the noble religion, so do not harm them in your debauchery” (Al-Tawbah – 36), and it is desirable to fast on the day of Ashura Under the authority of Abu Qatada, may Allah All – Powerful be it. satisfied with him, under the authority of the Messenger – may God bless him and grant him peace. He said: “The fast of Ashura atones for the past year, and the fast of Arafat atones for two years: the past and the future.

2- Rajab, and why is Rajab one of the sacred months? It is one of the sacred months. It is called Rajab because they shake the spears because they are removed from them so as not to fight. It was said: Rajab, which means stop fighting, and it is said: Rajab du. thing, that is to say, to fear and revere it. Rajab is one of the sacred months of bones, which God Almighty has ordered to worship them and adhere more to his religion and law. And respect for them, God Almighty said: “Indeed. , the number of months with God is twelve months in the Book of God on the day He created the heavens and the earth. Four of them were sacred, this is the noble religion, so no “You have wronged yourself in this” (At-Tawbah). : 36).

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The month of Dhul-Qi’dah

3- Dhul-Qi’dah: It is one of the sacred months: Dhul-Qi’dah was named because they remained in their camps, avoiding invasion and travel, and did not ask of food or nourishment, as it was considered one of the sacred months. the sacred months. The month of Dhul-Qa’dah is the eleventh month of the Hijri year which follows the lunar calendar, and it is one of the sacred months, which are: “Dhul-Qa’dah, Dhul-Hijjah, Muharram. , and Rajab”, and the sacred months were mentioned in the words of Almighty God: “Indeed, the number of months with God is twelve months in the Book of God, the day on which He created the heavens and the earth, four months. They are free. This is the right religion, so do not harm yourself in this. And fight all the polytheists as they all fight you, and know that God is with the righteous” (At-Tawbah: 36).

4- Dhu al-Hijjah: It is the last month in the history of the Hegira, and it includes the season of Hajj and Eid al-Adha and one of the holy months. It was called so because the Arabs before Islam were going to perform Hajj this month. and the first ten days of Dhu al-Hijjah are considered among the blessed days in which the reward is doubled and sins are forgiven. The Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, testified that it was the best day in the world. world, and God Almighty said: “And remember God for a number of days. And whoever hurries in two days, there is no sin on him, and whoever delays, there is no sin on him. » And fear Allah and know Him. you will be gathered” (Al-Baqarah: 203).

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The crescent of the month of Dhul-Qi’dah 1444

A supplication to welcome the month of Dhul-Qa’dah

– Oh my God, protect me with your lawful things from your unlawful things, and make me rich with your grace from others besides you.

– Oh my God, I seek refuge in You from incapacity, laziness, cowardice, greed and senility, and I seek refuge in You from the torments of the grave, and I seek refuge in You against the trials of life and death.

-Oh God, the Lord of heaven, the Lord of the earth and the Lord of the Great Throne, our Lord and the Lord of all. The evil of everything is that you take its equivalent, O God, you are the first, and there is nothing before You, only One thing, and You are the Inner One, and there is nothing outside You, Pay off our debt and enrich us from poverty.

O God, you are the owner of dominion. You give dominion to whom you will, and you take away dominion from whom you will, and you honor whom you will, and you humiliate whom you will. In your hand, you are capable of anything. things, the most merciful in this world and the Hereafter, and merciful to them. You give them to whom you want, and you deny them who you want. Have mercy on me, by which you will enrich me with the mercy of whomever you wish. . Except you.

– Oh my God, I am your servant, the son of your maidservant and the son of your maidservant. My toupee is in your hands. Your judgment on me is just and your decree is on me, I ask you in every name. is yours with whom you named yourself, or whom you revealed in your book, or whom you taught to one of your creations, or whom you reserved in the knowledge of the invisible with you, to make Quran the source of my heart, light of my chest and glory of God Fornicate and leave my worry.

– Oh my God, please us with your decree and what you have shared for us, and make us among those who are grateful to you in good times and bad.

Among them is Dhu al-Qa'dah.  The reason why we call the months sacred and the virtue of giving alms in them.
The crescent of the month of Dhul-Qa’dah

– Oh my God, the One who relieves worries, who dispels sorrow, who answers the prayers of those in need, the Most Gracious and Merciful of this world and the Hereafter. You have pity on me, so pity me with mercy. it enriches me with someone else’s thanks.

– Oh my God, my sins have left me only the hope of your forgiveness, and you have placed the instrument of deprivation in my hands. I ask you for what I don’t deserve, I pray for what I don’t need. , and I beseech You for what I do not initiate. My situation will not be hidden from You, even if it is hidden from everyone who knows my situation.

– Allah is sufficient for me, in whom there is no god but Him, I place my trust and He is the Lord of the Great Throne. O Allah, guide me among those whom You have guided and grant me health among those whom You have forgiven. O Allah, I ask you for eternal happiness that does not change or disappear. O Allah, I ask you for happiness on the day of family and security on the day of war. O Allah, I seek refuge in You from evil. What we have been given and the worst of what we have been denied.

– Oh my God, we ask you for everything good, what we have learned and what we do not know, and we seek refuge in You from all evil, what we have learned and what we do not know. Oh God, answer our. supplication, grant us our request, fulfill our hopes and hopes, and fulfill what we have invoked, O Lord of the worlds, and make our deeds good and sincere for your honorable face, O God, and accept them from us and on behalf of all Muslims, O Most Merciful of the Merciful, O Lord of the Worlds.

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