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June 2017, Ages 8-11

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Who is Allah ? Al-’Afuw

The Pardoner, The Eraser of Sins Allah  has multiple names that talk about how forgiving He is. He truly loves it when we seek His forgiveness repeatedly. Prophet Muhammad  said: “I swear by Him in whose hand is my soul, if you were a people who did not commit sin, Allah would take you away and replace you with a people who would sin and then seek Allah’s forgiveness so He could forgive them.

{Sahih Muslim}

The name Al-’Afuw represents the highest form of forgiveness. Al-’Afuw is the One who will not only forgive your sins but also will erase them as though they never happened. It would be removed from your book of records completely. This ), when your record is brought means on the Day of Judgement ( forward you will not be held accountable for those sins if Allah  gives you His forgiveness and pardoning.

ِ ‫ﻳَﻮم‬ ‫اﻟﺤﺴﺎب‬

HOW TO LIVE BY THE NAME? ), Prophet Muhammad  taught us that the Du’aa ( In Ramadan ( below was the best one to recite in the last 10 days. It is also a good idea to memorize this Du’aa and use it throughout the year when doing Istighfar ), which is the act of seeking forgiveness from Allah . (

‫َر َﻣﻀﺎن‬

‫إﺳ ِﺘﻐﻔﺎر‬

‫) ُدﻋﺎء‬

‫َﺎﻋﻒ َﻋ ّﻨﻲ‬ ُ ‫اﻟﻠﱠ ُﻬ ﱠﻢ إِﻧﱠ َﻚ َﻋ ُﻔ ٌﻮ ﺗ ُِﺤ ُﺐ اﻟ َﻌﻔ َﻮ ﻓ‬

Allahumma innaka ’afuwwun tuhibbul-’afwa, fa’fu ’anni Oh Allah, You are the ˹eraser of sins˺ and love to ˹erase sins˺, so ˹erase my sins˺ Alhamdulillah no one is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes and many of us sin. Remember that the doors of forgiveness to Allah  are always open. Turn to Him during your prayers, during your Du’aas and during this Ramadan!

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The Month of Mercy

Fasting is the Third Pillar in Islam. Each year there is a special month called Ramadan ( ) and Muslims all over the world wait for this month. It is full of blessings and all our worship to Allah  gets Multiplied.

‫َر َﻣﻀﺎن‬

The month of Ramadan begins when we see the New Moon. The new moon means the start of a new month in the Islamic Calendar. There are twelve months in total and Ramadan is the Ninth Month of the Lunar Calendar (also known as the Islamic Calendar). Allah  says in the Qur’an: Oh you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you - as it was prescribed to those before you - so that you may become mindful ˹of God˺ (become aware of Allah) {Surah 2, Aya 183} Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an was ˹sent down˺ a guide for humanity (people) with clear proofs of guidance and judgement (between what is right and wrong) {Surah 2, Aya 185}

‫ﻓَﺮض‬

Fasting in the month of Ramadan is a Must/Fard ( ) for all adults who are healthy. There are some exceptions for those who are travelling, sick, or pregnant. For the majority of everyone else, once you are around 10 years old, fasting becomes an obligation for you and all other Muslims around the world. You can also fast when you are younger if you choose, and in sha’Allah you will get lots of rewards because it is not easy! For those who want to get closer to Allah , then you should also be fasting outside the month of Ramadan. Fasting is good exercise for you. It helps your soul and body acquire the best of manners and stay in good shape. myDeen.club

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MAKING YOUR RAMADAN COUNT EAT SUHUR BEFORE FAJR

‫أذَان‬

Fasting begins at Dawn which is when the athan ( ) for Fajr is called. Since the days are going to be long in Ramadan, try your very best to wake up for Suhur ( ). Ask your parents to wake you up and remind them of what Prophet Muhammad  said about suhur:

‫ُﺳﺤﻮر‬

Eat Suhur for in suhur there is a blessing O {Sahih Bukhari & Sahih Muslim} A light and small meal in the morning before you start fasting will go a long way. You will be surprised at how much it helps!

READ, PRAY, MAKE DU’AA AND REPEAT During the month of Ramadan, all the worship you do for Allah  is worth a lot more. It is the perfect time to Pray on time, read lots of Qur’an and make plenty of Du’aa to Allah .

But what if I can’t read Qur’an in Arabic? If you can’t read the Qur’an in Arabic that is perfectly fine. Try your best to read it even if you only know a little bit of Arabic. Those who struggle in reading the Qur’an but keep trying get more rewards than those who can read it very easily. If you can’t read the Qur’an in Arabic at all, then pick up an English translation and try to read it. If you speak another language, then try to find a Qur’an in that language to read. The first words to be sent down to Prophet Muhammad  were to READ ( ), so read as much as you can!

‫إﻗﺮأ‬

EAT IFTAR ON TIME The meal you eat to break your fast after the sun goes down is called Iftar. Eat Iftar with your family but make sure you don’t forget to pray Maghreb on time. The best thing to eat when you break your fast is fresh or dried Dates. Eat three or an odd number of them and have some water before you eat your meal. By doing this, your following the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad  which will earn you even more rewards! In sha’Allah.

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The month of Ramadan is the perfect time for families to eat together. Surprise O them with this delicious treat and show them your great baking skills.

Peanut Butter Fudge Ingredients: ½ Cup of Butter 2 ¼ Cups of Brown Sugar ½ Cup of Milk

¾ Cup of Peanut Butter 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract 3 ½ Cups Powdered Sugar

Directions: ž Melt butter in a sauce pan on medium heat ž Stir in brown sugar and milk ž Bring to a boil for 2 minutes stirring regularly ž Remove from the stove and stir in peanut butter and vanilla ž Pour into a large mixing bowl with the powdered sugar ž Beat or stir until smooth ž Pour into an 8 x 8 inch dish ž Chill in the fridge for 45 minutes and then cut into squares and ENJOY! BONUS: Melt some chocolate chips on the stove over low heat and dunk the squares in it. Once it’s all melted, place them on a plate and let them cool for another 20 minutes. myDeen.club


Word Hunt

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SIRAT AL MUSTAQEEM? Note: You CAN’T use names of people or places, but you CAN use Arabic words written in English. 2 Letter Words

3 Letter Words

4 Letter Words

5 Letter Words

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Sirat

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Benefits of Fasting

STAGE FOUR:

STAGE THREE:

STAGE TWO:

STAGE ONE:

Fasting has many benefits for us spiritually and it is also great for our bodies too. Let’s talk about what happens to our bodies when we fast! Day 1 to Day 3 During the first few days of fasting blood sugar levels of the body drops and our heart slows down. Our body is in shock because we are not eating during the day and this is one of the hardest times to fast. You might get headaches, bad breath, dry tongue, and even dizzy at times. You will also feel hungry all the time! Advice: Take it easy on yourself and take naps if you need. It is just the start of Ramadan, do not push yourself too hard. Day 4 to Day 9 Your body is now getting used to not having food during the day. Since there is no food to break down inside your stomach, your body will focus its energy on repairing and healing itself. You should not feel hungry all the time, however as Iftar time approaches the feelings of hunger will become stronger. Day 10 to Day 16 The body is almost fully healed and your mind is now clearer. The healing process is still going on, but your body is adjusting and has become used to it. You will also start to get used to the bad smell from your mouth. You will have more energy and in sha Allah you will not feel as hungry during the day. Advice: Start putting in extra time for your worship to Allah . Your mind is clearer, and your body feels good, which is the perfect time to read more Qur’an and make more Du’aa. Day 17 to Day 29/30 The body is now fully ready to fast everyday with very little hunger. You will not even think about the bad smell in your mouth (which is one of the best smells O to Allah  because it shows you are fasting). Your mind will be at its best and so will your concentration. Advice: Do not waste your time because Ramadan will soon finish! Focus and use any energy for worship if possible.

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A Q &

HOW TO EXPLAIN FASTING TO OTHERS

Q:

How can we explain fasting to our friends and neighbours who are not Muslim?

A:

Many non-Muslims are curious about why and how we fast a whole month because it seems very difficult. Below are some good reasons to use to help educate and explain what the purpose of fasting is. ž Fasting allows us to feel the difficulties of not having food during the day. Although we are blessed enough to have plenty of food to break our fast with in the evening many people around the world simply do not. During Ramadan we are able to remind ourselves how blessed we are to have food and hopefully be motivated to give or donate to those who are in need. ž Fasting is not only about staying hungry all day and eating like an elephant at night. For our fast to be accepted by God, we must make sure we do the following: – Our ears must fast (stay away) from listening to bad things. – Our eyes must fast (stay away) from looking at bad things. – Our mouths must fast (stay away) from saying bad things or lying. – Our hands and feet must fast (stay away) from touching or going to bad places. ž Fasting is also recommended before and after the month of Ramadan, but it isn’t as common. Fasting is very good for your body and mind as it helps rebuild and repair what’s inside.

WHAT IS THE BEST ANSWER? Muslims fast all over the world because Allah  has ordered us to fast. We believe in One God O and in Arabic we call him Allah . We listen to what He tells us in the Qur’an and follow the way Prophet Muhammad  lived. Allah  tells us to fast in the Qur’an so we can be better Muslims and that is ultimately the reason why we fast.

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SALAH JOURNAL (JUNE) Every time you finish your prayer, Write the time in the box beside it. DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 9

DAY 10

DAY 11

DAY 12

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 17

DAY 18

DAY 19

DAY 20

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 25

DAY 26

DAY 27

DAY 28

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

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WHAT DOES THE QUR’AN SAY ABOUT RAMADAN? Oh you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you, as it was prescribed to those before you, so that you may become mindful ˹of God˺ (become aware of Allah) {Surah 2, Aya 183}

…and to fast is better for you, if you only knew {Surah 2, Aya 184}

Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an was ˹sent down˺ as a guide for humanity (people) with clear proofs of guidance and judgement (between what is right and wrong) {Surah 2, Aya 185}

The ˹best˺ amongst you in the sight of Allah are those best in Taqwaa (who are aware of Allah) {Surah 49, Aya 13}

Indeed, ˹It is˺ We ˹Who˺ sent this ˹Qur’an˺ down on the Night of Glory. And what will make you realize what the Night of Glory is? The Night of Glory is better than a thousand months. That night the angels and the ˹holy˺ spirit (Angel Jibreel) ˹come down˺ by the permission of their Lord, for every ˹decreed˺ matter. It is all peace until the break of dawn (Morning) {Full Surah 97}

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SOME HADITHS THAT TALK ABOUT RAMADAN: Prophet Muhmmad  said: When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained. {Sahih Bukhari}

Prophet Muhammad  said: ... whoever fasts during Ramadan out of ˹complete˺ faith and hoping to attain Allah's rewards, then all his past sins will be forgiven. {Sahih Bukhari} Abu Umamah reported: "I came to the Messenger of Allah  and said: 'Order me to do a deed that will allow me to enter Paradise.' He said: 'Stick to fasting, as there is nothing like it.' Then I came to him again and he said: 'Stick to fasting.’ {Sunan an-Nisa’i & Musnad Ahmed}

Prophet Muhammad  said: Every action of the son of Adam is given ˹various˺ reward, each good deed receiving 10 times its like, up to 700 times. Allah, the Most High, said, 'Except for fasting, for it is for Me and I will give reward for it, ˹for my servant˺ leaves off his desires and his food for Me.' For the fasting person there are two times of joy; a time when he breaks his fast and a time of joy when he meets his Lord, and the smell coming from the mouth of the fasting person is better with Allah than the smell of musk. [Hadith Qudsi – which means it comes from Allah  Himself]

{Sahih Bukhari}

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In Ramadan, everything we do is multiplied and you get more rewards than usual. Do not forget to pray all your five prayers on time and read as much Qur’an as you can before and after prayers. DAY 5

DAY 6

DAY 7

DAY 8

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 14

DAY 15

DAY 16

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 21

DAY 22

DAY 23

DAY 24

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

Isha

Isha

DAY 29

DAY 30

Fajr

Fajr

Dhuhr

Dhuhr

Asr

Asr

Maghrib

Maghrib

Isha

Isha

DAY 13

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ia h p o S d n a l a il B f o s e r u The Advent “Pass the ball to me, I am open!” Bilal shouted. Yusuf made a good move to avoid the defence and get the ball to Bilal. Bilal headed towards the right goal post, the goalie stood ready to block his shot. Bilal could hear the stomping of feet behind him, the defence had broken through and was headed towards him. He took aim and with a strong kick and a silent “Bismillah” ( ) he let the ball fly. The goalie realized that the ball was angling towards the left, but he was too late to make a save. The ball glided towards the net, just above the goalie’s outstretched hands, hit against the white mesh and landed with a soft thud on the green grass.

‫ﺑِﺴﻢ اﻟﻠّﻪ‬

“Goal!” Uncle Ali shouted. Bilal fell to the ground, quietly whispering, ). His teammates gathered around him, “Allhamdulillah” ( patting him on the back and shoulders. Their team had won!

‫اﻟ َﺤﻤ ُﺪﻟِﻠﻪ‬

He looked up towards the goalie and saw Mohammad standing there smiling proudly at Bilal. Bilal had learned well from Mohammad who given him some soccer tips. “Mabrook Akhi!” Mohammad screamed as he ran towards Bilal to congratulate him. ). You “You did a great job, Masha’Allah!” “Jazak’Allahu Khairan ( taught me well Mohammad!” Bilal said as he hugged his pal. “Come on, let’s go get ready for Maghrib.”

ً ‫َﺟﺰاك اﻟﻠّ ُﻪ َﺧريا‬

This was the final game for the spring season and Ramadan will be starting in two weeks, Insha’Allah. Mohammad, Bilal and the rest of the team picked up their bags and headed towards the masjid to wash up before salah. The boys had met a month ago when Bilal visited his new Syrian neighbours with his family, welcoming them to their new home. The boys quickly bonded over soccer, getting together each evening to kick the ball around. When the masjid held the Spring Soccer Tournament, it was a great way for the new kids to get involved in the community.

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They had a lot to teach Bilal and his friends, helping them with new moves and tricks to become even better players. In return, Bilal and his friends helped them with their English. Everyone had improved so much )! over the course of the month. Masha’Allah (

‫ﻣﺎﺷﺎءاﻟﻠﻪ‬

After Maghrib salah, Bilal and Mohammad walked home. They would be back to pray ). Isha with their families, In sha’Allah (

‫ان ﺷﺎء اﻟﻠّﻪ‬

“Bilal, how is Ramadan here?” Mohammad asked. This would be Mohammad’s first Ramadan away from Syria. “Oh it’s lots of fun. Everyday we come to pray Taraweeh ( ) at the masjid and on the weekends, we usually have iftars with family and ) in the masjid friends. In the last ten nights, we usually would have Qiyaam ( so we stay from Isha to Fajr”, Bilal explained.

‫ﺗَﺮاوﻳﺢ‬

‫ِﻗﻴﺎم‬

“Back in Syria, we would not sleep at night in Ramadan. We would stay up all night and go to sleep after fajr. Neighbours would share delicious food with each other, there would usually be so much noise and celebration on the streets. Here it is always so quiet,” Mohammad explained as he thought about Syria. When Bilal got home, dinner was ready and his family was waiting for him. He quickly washed up and joined them at the table.“Masha’Allah, your team won the tournament Bilal!” Mama said with a big smile on her face. “Yes Mama, the credit goes to Mohammad, he gave me so many tips and taught me so many tricks that really helped,” said Bilal. “Allhamdulillah for our new Muslim neighbours who have become such good friends,” said Baba. “Mama, what are we going to do in Ramadan this year?” Sophia asked. “Well it’s really up to you guys, have you thought of any special activities you would like to do? I will be meeting with the sisters tomorrow evening and I can share your ideas with them, In sha’Allah,” said Mama. “Mama, I think we should do more activities at the masjid to involve the new families, they really miss celebrating Ramadan in Syria O ,” said Sophia. “Yes, Mama, even Mohammad was talking about how quiet it is around here as compared to Ramadan in Syria. If w can all have iftars together, I think they would really like that,” said Bilal.

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“You know, that’s not a bad idea! We can talk to the sisters at the masjid and arrange potluck iftars,” said Mama. “Maybe this year, as a community, we can hold bigger iftars at the masjid and invite our non-Muslim neighbours so they can get a chance to learn more about Islam, Ramadan and meet other Muslims,” suggested Baba. Mama grabbed a pen and paper to write these great ideas down.

‫َﺣﻠﻘﺎت‬

) for the boys and girls? We can all get “Baba, what about arranging halaqahs ( together at the masjid after asr and motivate each other to memorize and read more ) lesson as well,” Qur’an. Maybe we can ask Uncle Ali to do a small tafseer ( suggested Bilal.

‫ﺗَﻔﺴري‬

“That’s a good idea I will talk to Br.Ali about it. We’ll have the Ramadan food drive again this year. Maybe we can even make small care packages and deliver them to the homeless and those in need,” said Baba. “Your Tata (Grandma) and her friends are planning an arts and crafts sale to raise money for the people in Somalia. Sophia make sure you let your friends know and to start making crafts to sell, In sha’Allah,” said Mama. “Mohammad’s older brother is a really good calligraphy artist and I have seen some of his artwork. I’ll ask him to make something as well,” added Bilal. “Really, can Ahmed do calligraphy? Maybe he can run some classes, I would love to learn and I know others would be interested as well,” said Mama. Bilal smiled to himself. With all these activities happening during Ramadan, Mohammad and his family would surely enjoy their first Ramadan with us in this new country. Will Bilal and his family be able to make this Ramadan extra special for their new Syrian neighbours? Read the story next month to find out how everything turns out!

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The Night of Glory A Very Special Night in Ramadan

Uh Oh! Sophia and Bilal have a message for you but they wrote it backwards. Start from the last letter of the last word and try to figure out what they are trying to tell you. They started the first two words for you but you must finish the rest. "rewoP fo thgiN" eht snaem hcihw ”rdaQ lutalyaL“ dellac thgin laiceps yrev a osla si erehT .raey eht ni sthgin net rehto yna naht retteb era nadamaR fo syad net tsal ehT

The Last

IQRA/READ!

TASK: Find your English Qur’an or go online if you don’t have one at home. Go to Surah 97 and read the meaning of the Surah in which Allah  talks about this special night. No one knows when the special night is, but some people say that it is on the 27th night of Ramadan. This is not always the case. Allah  wants us to worship Him with all our hearts during the last ten nights of Ramadan, and if you do that, then in sha’Allah you will have a chance to worship him on Laylatul Qadr O . As Allah  says in the Qur’an, Laylatul Qadr is better than 1,000 months. That means it is better than 83 years of worship! It is also a night where the angels, including Angel Jibreel come down. Advice: Make sure you do your best in the last 10 nights because you will not see this special night until next year! Ya Allah, make us among the people who will do their best in worshipping you on Laylatul Qadr. Ameeen

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Eid Mubarak! Eid is a great day for families and friends to get together and celebrate the end of Ramadan. It was a long month and we hope that you tried your very best to fast, read more Qur’an and pray on time during Ramadan. Eid is a day of relaxation and joy, so pat yourself on the back for a great Ramadan and enjoy your day.

WHAT TO DO ON EID DAY: 1) Wake up early for Fajr 2) Take a bath 3) Put on your best clothes 4) Eat some dates for breakfast 5) Start reciting the Eid Takbeer the night before 6) Go to the mosque for Eid prayer 7) Listen to the Imam after prayer 8) Greet and hug everyone around you 9) Spend some time with your family 10) Have a GREAT DAY and eat lots of sweets :)

From the myDeen Team, we pray you and your family have a very HAPPY EID!

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Cut this page out, colour it nicely, and save it for Eid day.

On the last day of Ramadan from Maghreb time until the Eid Salah, it is sunnah to say the Eid Takbeer ( )

‫ﺗ َﻜﺒري اﻟﻌﻴﺪ‬

Allahu Akbar, Allah is Great Allahu Akbar, Allah is Great Allahu Akbar Allah is Great La illaha illa - Allah There is no God but Allah Allahu Akbar, Allah is Great Allahu Akbar Allah is Great Walilahil Hamd To Him belongs all Praise

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TH ND T HER E RE A AN D

BACK

On the day of Eid, the Prophet ď ƒ would vary his route to prayer, i.e. he would go via one route and come back via a different route. {Sahih Al-Bukhari} It is sunnah (recommended) to take different routes going there and back to your home.

Instructions: Using GOOGLE MAPS, please go online and search your house and where the prayer is going to be on EID. Draw both locations and the route you will take to prayer in one colour, and then back in a different colour.

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