Ramadan is the month in which Allah revealed the first verses of the Quran to Prophet Mohammad. Thus it is but natural that the blessed month is associated with the holy text of Islam. In Allah (Sura al-Baqarah) (185) Allah says, “(These days are) the month of Ramadan, in which the Quran was taken as a guide for the people, and there was clear evidence of good leadership and understanding. ” “The holy month is related to fasting more than the Holy Quran. Thus, Allah did not present it as a month during which we fast, but he said “the month of Ramadan, during which the Quran was revealed”, dr. Mustafa Benhama explains.
The President of the Regional Council of the Ulama of the Oriental, in the sense that “in this month indeed we observe all the festivities, is the celebration of the Quran”. “It is in this way that the end of the holy month is marked by Lailat al-Qadr (Night of Fate), which is regarded as a reward for more and more people, seeing that they are associated with the Quran And it is recited during this month., “He adds.
The religious expert also underscores the existence of another “subsidiary cult” that is “the pursuit of knowledge”.
“Jibril revealed and taught the Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad during the month of Ramadan. That is why the best thing for a person is to study and recite Quran and interpret Sharia and Quran and study the Hadith of the Prophet. “
Dr. Mustafa Benhamza
The President of the Regional Council for Oriental Recall, in this context, “how people held sessions in homes, and whose purpose was to strengthen this quest for knowledge”.
He emphasizes another aspect, calling on Muslims to be inspired by the messenger of Islam. “The Prophet used to become even more generous during this holy month, because one should avoid greed or be associated with wealth,” he explains. “The month of Ramadan cannot be successful by stopping food and drink. The aim is that fasting accompanies the recitation of the Quran, worship and submission to God ”, he concluded.