Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said, “Whoever performs his Fajr Salah with congregation, and then remains seated remembering Allah until after sunrise, after which he performs 2 Rakaats of Salah (Salatul Ishraq), will receive the reward of a complete Hajj and Umrah.” (Tirmizi)
The laws pertaining to inheritance and succession are considered to be among the most important aspects of Islamic Shariah law. Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: 'It is not permissible for any Muslim who has a bequest to make, that he remains two nights without having a written (wasiyyah) bequest'. (Bukhari & Muslim)
Allah Ta'ala has granted permission to people who are aged or terminally ill and have no hope of fasting again in their life, to compensate for each fast by feeding a poor and needy person (two complete meals for a day). This compensation is referred to as 'fidya.’
It has become common for Muslim businesses to decorate their businesses and advertise their products using traditional decorations of other religious festivals. Muslims should understand that adopting this way will not bring any more profit to our business, rather it serves to align us with the festival and challenges our identity and allegiance as Muslims.