Ramadan is well underway and is a blessed month, which means that millions of Muslims all across the world are spending this month observing fasts from sundown to sunset. It’s both a rewarding and difficult time for Muslims, but can definitely be aided by—well, books! So whether you’re Muslim or not, fasting or not, make sure you pick up some of these books by Muslim authors to show them some support this Ramadan.
In honor of the month, I’ve pulled together 10 recommended books on Ramadan. From children’s books to journals for adults, this list of Ramadan books comprises all the need-to-haves for the month. Whether you are unfamiliar with Ramadan or you’re getting excited at the mere mention of it, these Ramadan books will satiate your hunger for knowledge, feed your appetite for fun, quench your thirst for… you get the idea. These books about or related to Ramadan offer a little something for everyone.
Saum (Fast) is a third Pillar of Islam. Allah’s Messenger said, Allah says: “Every deed of the son of Adam is for him, except Saum (fasting). It is for Me and I shall reward for it.” As the status of this act of worship is so high it is essential to learn the rulings pertaining to this month of fasting so that Muslims will know what is obligatory in order to do it, what is forbidden to avoid it, and what is permissible so that they do not unnecessarily subject themselves to any hardship by depriving themselves from it.
This book consists of all the main issues of Fast. The main objective of this work is to serve an easy and authentic reference to the reader. By Professor Muhammad Zulfiqar