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Mumbai : Online Quranic sermons to guide homebound believers during Ramadan, read detailed story here

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Mumbai : Online Quranic sermons to guide homebound believers during Ramadan, read detailed story here

 

*Online Quranic sermons to guide homebound believers during Ramadan*

Mumbai: While the believers won’t be able to attend congregational prayers in Ramadan, thanks to the lockdown for COVID-19, special online sermons will help them observe the holy month, which begins on Saturday.

Maharashtra chapters of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) and its student wing Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) will broadcast three daily sermons – one in Hindi, another in Marathi and a special talk for women – throughout the month of Ramzan.

Through these speeches, Islamic scholars will explain the teachings of Qur’an and guide the believers who will likely miss many of the regular activities of the holy month.
SIO has introduced special series called ‘Quran Saar’ to bring Quranic teachings to Marathi speaking population in the state online.

“Ramzan draws its importance from the Quran, as the divine book was started to be revealed to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in this very month. A special prayer called ‘taraweeh’ held every night throughout the month, where one of the thirty parts Quran is recited. While the recitation is made in Arabic, usually these verses are explained in local languages in many mosques,” said Naushad Usman, the Islamic scholar who will deliver the Marathi sermons.

Meanwhile, JIH will stream a Hindi sermon called Khulasa-e-Taraweeh (gist of taraweeh) every night, which will be delivered by S. Ameenul Hasan, an Islamic scholar and vice president, JIH, on its social media channels. A special online series of talks for women called ‘Daura-e-Quran’ (Quranic circle) is also underway.

Jamaat has urged believers to take all the necessary health precautions while observing the fasting month to avoid the spread of Coronavirus. “We need to practice social distancing. Perform all the prayers including Friday and taraweeh prayers in your homes. Avoid hanging out with friends in the night. This is in line with the teachings of Islam and prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him),” said Rizwan-ur-Rahman Khan, president, JIH Maharashtra.

News Source :

*Media Cell, JIH Maharashtra*
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