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    The Fasts of the 13th, 14th and 15th (Ayyamul-Beed)

    Every Islamic brother and Islamic sister should fast at least 3 days every Madani (Islamic) month as there are many worldly and religious benefits and advantages of this righteous act. It is best to fast during the “Ayyamul-Beed”, which are the 13th, 14th, and 15th of (every) lunar month.

    8 Narrations Regarding the Fasts of the “Ayyamul-Beed”

    Madina 1: Sayyidatuna Aisha Siddiqa Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha narrates that there were 4 things that the Beloved of Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam never missed: (1) The fast of ’Ashura and (2) the fast of (first) ten days of Zul-Hijja, (3) 3 fasts in every month and (4) 2-rak’at (sunnah) before (the fard of) Fajr. (Sunan Nasai, V4, P220)

    Madina 2: Sayyiduna Ibn Abbas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that the Beloved of Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam would always fast during “Ayyamul-Beed”, whether in the state of journey or in residence. (Sunan Nasai, V4, P198)

    3 Days of Fasting

    Madina 3: Sayyidatuna Aisha Siddiqa Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha narrates: The Beloved Rasul, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam used to fast on Saturday, Sunday and Monday in one month and he would fast on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the next month”. (Jami’ Tirmizi, V2, P186, Hadith 746)

    The Shield for Protection from Hell

    Madina 4: Sayyiduna Usman bin Abu Aas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu said that he heard Beloved Rasul of Both Worlds, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam saying: as any one of you have a shield for protection during war, likewise, fast is also your shield from Hell and 3 fasts every month are the best fasts”. (Ibn-e-Khuzaimah, V3, P301, Hadith 2125)

    Madina 5: Fasting 3 days every month is like fasting for the entire life. (Sahih Bukhari, V1, P649, Hadith 1975)

    Madina 6: The fasts of Ramadan and 3 fasts every month remove the corruption of chest. (Musnad Imam Ahmad, V9, P36, Hadith 23132)

    Madina 7: Whoever can fast 3 days every month should do so because every fast removes ten sins and cleanse (the sinner) from sins as water washes clothes. (Tabarani fil Mu’jamul-Kabeer, V25, P35, Hadith 60)

    Madina 8: If you want to fasts 3 days in a month, so fast on the 13th, 14th and 15th. (Sunan Nasai, V4, P221)

    5 Sacred Ahadith about Fasting on Mondays and Thursdays

    Madina 1: Sayyiduna Abu Huraira Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that the beloved Rasul Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: Deeds are presented every Monday and Thursday (in the court of Allah azwajal) so I want that my deeds be presented whilst I am fasting. (Sunan Tirmizi, V2, P747)

    Madina 2: The Beloved of Allah, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam used to fast on Monday and Thursday. When he Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam was asked the reason for doing so, he Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: in these two days, Allah azwajal forgives every Muslim except such two Muslims who have ended relations with each other, He azwajal orders the angels to leave them until they reconcile. (Sunan Ibn-e-Maja, V2, P344, Hadith 1740)

    Madina 3: Sayyidatuna Aisha Siddiqa Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha said: The traveller of the Heavens Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam would particularly fast on Monday and Thursday. (Tirmizi Shareef, V2, P186, Hadith 745)

    Madina 4: Sayyiduna Abu Qatada Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu says: Beloved Rasul, Owner of Heaven Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam was asked the reason for fasting on Monday, he Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: I was born on (Monday) and this is the day I received my first revelation. (Sahih Muslim, P591, Hadith 1162)

    Loving the Sunnah

    Madina 5: Sayyiduna Usamah bin Zaid’s Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma slave Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu says, Sayyiduna Usamah bin Zaid Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu did not miss the fast of Monday and Thursday even in the state of journey. I asked him why he fasted on Monday and Thursday despite his old age. He Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu replied: ‘Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam would also fast on Monday and Thursday, I (Usamah bin Zaid Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu) asked, Ya Rasul-Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam! Why do you fast on Mondays and Thursdays?’ He Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam replied, ‘The deeds of people are presented (in the court of Allah azwajal) on Monday and Thursday’. (Shu’abul-Imaan, V3, P392, Hadith 3859)

    Dear Islamic brothers! We learnt from these blessed Ahadith that the deeds of people are presented in the court of Allah azwajal every Monday and Thursday and Allah azwajal forgives the Muslims out of grace in both these days, but people who have ended relations with each other are not forgiven. It is a matter of concern for all of us. These days, there would hardly be any person who does not have malice (in his heart for other Muslims).

    3 Virtues of Fasting on Wednesday and Thursday

    Madina 1: Sayyiduna Abdullah ibn Abbas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports the following blessed statement of the Beloved of Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam: If anyone fasts on Wednesday and Thursday, protection from Hell is written for him. (Abu Ya’la, V5, P115, Hadith 5610)

    Madina 2: Sayyiduna Muslim bin Ubaidullah Qarashi Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates from his honourable father Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu that either he asked Makki Madani Mustafa Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam himself or someone else asked, “Ya Rasul-Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam! Shall I fast every day?” He Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam remained silent. He asked again but Beloved Rasul Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam remained silent. When he asked the third time Beloved Rasul Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam asked, “Who asked about fast?” He replied, “Me, Ya Rasul-Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam” He Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam replied, “Verily, your family has a right over you; have fast in Ramadan and the month next to (following) it (Shawwal) and every Wednesday and Thursday, if you do this it will be as if you have fasted forever.” (Shu’abul-Imaan, V3, P395, Hadith 3868)

    Madina 3: “Whoever fasted in Ramadan, Shawwal, on Wednesday and Thursday shall enter the Heaven”. (Al-Sunanul-Kubra lil-Nasai, V2, P147, Hadith 2778)

    3 Benefits of Fasting on Thursday and Friday

    Madina 1: Sayyiduna Abdullah ibn Abbas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports the following heavenly statement of the Sultan of Rasuls, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam: “Whoever fasted on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; Allah azwajal shall make (such) a house for him in Heaven that its exterior will be visible from the inside and its interior will be visible from the outside.” (Majma-’uz-Zawaid, V3, P452, Hadith 5204)

    Madina 2: Sayyiduna Anas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that Allah azwajal will make a palace of pearls, rubies and emeralds for him (the person who fasts on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) and freedom from Hell shall be written for him. (Shu’abul-Imaan, V3, P397, Hadith 3873)

    Madina 3: Sayyiduna Abdullah ibn Umar Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu says that whoever fasts in these three days and then gives charity on Friday (whether it be) a little or a lot then he shall be forgiven for his sins and will be (as pure) as the day his mother gave birth to him. (Tabarani Kabeer, V12, P266, Hadith 13308)

    5 Virtues of Fasting on Friday

    Madina 1: The peace of Our Hearts, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: “Whoever fasts on Friday, Allah azwajal shall grant him the reward of 10 days of the after life and they are not like the days of this world.” (Shu’abul-Imaan, V3, P393, Hadith 3862)
    Dear Islamic brothers! One day in the afterlife is equivalent to 1000 years of this world. In other words, the one who fasts on Friday will be given the reward of fasting for 10,000 years, but you should not fast on Friday alone, instead, you should fast on Thursday or Saturday too. (The narration that mentions the prohibition of fasting on Friday alone will be mentioned shortly)

    Madina 2: Sayyiduna Abu Umamah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports the following faith-strengthening statement of our Makki Madani Mustafa, Intercessor of Ummah, the Beloved of Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam: “Whoever prayed the Jumu’ah (salah), fasts, consoled a sick person, walked with a funeral and witnessed a marriage on Friday then Heaven has become compulsory for him.” (Tabarani Kabeer, Part 8, P97, Hadith 7484)

    3 Narrations regarding the Prohibition of Fasting on Friday alone

    Madina 1: Sayyiduna Abu Huraira Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that he Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu heard Beloved Rasul of Madina-tul-Munawwara, the King of Makkatul-Mukarrama Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam saying; “None of you should fast on Friday except when he joins a day before or after it”. (Sahih Bukhari, V1, P653, Hadith 1985)

    Madina 2: Sayyiduna Abu Huraira Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that Sayyad-ul-Mursaleen, Rehmat-ullilalameen, Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: “Do not specify Friday night, amongst all nights, for standing (in salah), and do not specify Friday, amongst all days, for fasting, except when it is the fast that you have to keep.” (Sahih Muslim, P576, Hadith 1144)

    Madina 3: Sayyiduna Amir bin Ludain Ash’ari Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu said that he heard Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam saying: “The day of Friday is Eid for you, do not fast on it, unless you fast before or after it as well. (At’targheeb Wat’tarheeb, V2, P81, Hadith 11)

    The foregoing Ahadith make it clear that we should not fast on Friday alone. However, if there is any particular reason to do so, for example if the 27th of Rajab falls on a Friday there is no harm in fasting on that Friday.

    Prohibition of Fasting on Saturday and Sunday

    Sayyidatuna Umm-e-Salama Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha said that Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam used to fast on Saturday and Sunday and he used to say, “These two (Saturday and Sunday) are the days of Eid for the polytheists (mushrikin) and I want to oppose them”. (Ibn-e-Khuzaimah, V3, P318, Hadith 2167)

    Fasting on Saturday alone is prohibited. Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Busr Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates from his sister Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha that Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: “Do not fast on Saturday unless it is an obligatory (fard) fast”. Sayyiduna Imam Abu Isa Tirmizi Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu says that this Hadith is “hasan” and this Hadith refers to the prohibition of fasting on Saturday alone because the Jews respect this day. (Jami’ Tirmizi, V2, P186, Hadith 744)

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    Jazak ALLAH Khair... May ALLAH SWT give us the stregnth and make us stronger to fast and seek the reward and blessing of ALLAH AMEEN SUM AMEEN.

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    Jazzak Allah khiar

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    40 Years Far from Hell


    *) Our Dear and Beloved Rasul Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: “Whoever fasts voluntarily a day expecting reward, Allah Ta’ala will move him 40 years distance away from Hell.” (Kanzul-Umaal, V8, P255, Hadith 24148)


    50 Years Far from Hell


    *) The Beloved Rasool Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said: Whoever fasts voluntarily a day for Allah's pleasure, Allah Ta’ala will create a distance a fast (horse) rider covers in 50 years between him and Hell.” (Kanzul-Umaal, V8, P255, Hadith 24149)


    Shawwal ke 6 Roze bhi Nafil hai, Lihaza ye roze zaroor rakhe aur Nafil rozon ki barkatein haaseel kare.
    Last edited by shaikh_samee; 25-07-2015 at 09:45 AM.

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