Zakir Naik – Meaning of Ramadan

Zakir Naik
AI: Summary © The speaker explains the meaning of the term emphatic or intense heat. The term is derived from the Arabic wordron, which means intense heat and dryness. It is also the month in which the placebo is baked sand is called]," which is used in Muslim fasters to obtain good deeds. The term is related to the concept of shaping and reforming spiritual and moral behavior.
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no introduction to such a topic would be complete without you defining the terms. So could you firstly define the term Ramadan Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah, while Ali with ibH mean the word Ramadan is derived from the Arabic word Ramadan, Ramadan, which means intense scorching heat and dryness. It's also derived from the Arabic word rumba,

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which means sun baked sand. In some terminology, the word Ramadan, it signifies the intense heat in the stomach due to thirst.

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When a Muslim fast, the thirst that is there, it produces heat in the stomach, which is defined as Ramadan.

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Again from done,

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it has another meaning. It means that the good deeds, the scotch the sins and the evil of a Muslim. So, Ramadan is the month in which the sins are squashed away by the good deeds like how a sun scratches the ground in the same way and

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heat Normally, it helps in forming, molding or reshaping virtually every matter. In the same way ramdan helps in molding, shaping and reforming the spiritual and moral aspects of the human being. That there is in return this word

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