- Ramadan Daily Digest today analyses Muslims’ amazing passion to recite the Glorious Qur’an in the holy month of Ramadan
- There is no Islamic month, beginning from Muharram (first month) to Dhul Hijjah (last month), that Muslims read and recite the Glorious Qur’an copiously like Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
One of the miracles of Allaah (The Great) is that some Muslims, who hardly read the Glorious Qur’an on a daily basis outside Ramadan read it daily in Ramadan, which further shows why Ramadan is the most beloved month in Islaam.
In Ramadan, the Glorious Qur’an was revealed through Angel Jibril to the Messenger of Allaah, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon his noble soul) in Laylatul Qadr.
More so, almost all acts of worship in the holy month of Ramadan are centred around reciting the Glorious Qur’an. Therefore, every Muslim reads the Book of Allaah, completing a whole Qur’an as many times as possible, starting from Suuratul Faatiha (chapter one) to the last chapter, Suuratu Nnaas (chapter 114).
Furthermore, the Glorious Qur’an is easier to recite in Ramadan because the machinations of the devil are not effective to a fasting Muslim with sincere intentions. An evidence of this is that the devil is chained as Ramadan is about to commence, and will only be set free at the end of Ramadan fasting, as Prophet Muhammad informed in a Hadeeth in Saheeh Bukhari.
Every Muslim should endeavour they continue to recite the Glorious Qur’an everyday, not only in Ramadan in order to tap from its miraculous healing power, as well as obeying Allaah’s do’s and abstaining from His don’ts.