This is the Scripture (Koran), in which there is no doubt, cerivism for the God-fearing. (Holy Quran)
So turn your face towards the Shielded Mosque (Masjid al-Haram). If you hadn’t, turn your faces towards her. (Holy Quran)
Verily Allah and His angels bless the Prophet. O you who believed! Bless him and greet him zealously. (Holy Quran)
Glory be to Him who carried His slave by night to show him some of Our signs from Masjid al-Haram (the Sacred Mosque) to Masjid al-Aqsa (the Far Mosque). (Holy Quran)
Allah only wishes to protect you from impurity, O Ahl al-Bayt, to purify you completely. (Holy Quran)
O you who believed! Obey Allah, obey (His) Messenger and (obey) those in authority among you. (Holy Quran)
Places of prayer (mosques) belong to Allah. Therefore, do not turn in prayer to anyone besides Allah. (Holy Quran)
But if you are in doubt about (the truth of) what We have sent down to Our servant, then reveal a sura equal to the sura of the Qur'an, and call your witnesses besides Allah, if you (people) are truthful. (Holy Quran)
Indeed, those who lower their voices in the presence of the Messenger of Allah are those whose hearts Allah has tried to be God-fearing, for them is forgiveness and a great reward. (Holy Quran)
Say (Muhammad): "I do not ask you for a reward for this (instruction), but (I ask) only that you love my relatives" (Holy Qur'an)
We have already determined in the Psalter, after We have given instruction (to the people), that the earth will be the inheritance of My righteous servants. (Holy Quran)
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Frequently asked questions


The first verses of the Quran sent by the Great Creator to the venerable Great Prophet were the first five verses of Surah al-Alaq:
In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
1. Read! in the name of thy Lord and Cherisher, Who created.
2. Created man, out of a (mere) clot of congealed blood:
3. Proclaim! And thy Lord is Most Bountiful,-
4. He Who taught (the use of) the Pen,-
5. Taught man that which he knew not.


Islam is a humane and reasonable religion, there are always exceptions. Thus, pregnant and lactating women, minors, the elderly and the sick are exempt from observing Ramadan. Travelers on a long journey can also eat and drink during Ramadan. But apart from the sick and elderly, the rest must then fill in all the missed days of fasting. And if a Muslim, due to illness or old age, is unable to fast in the month of Ramadan, then instead of each day of fasting, he is obliged to pay “fidya”.


Ramadan is a month in which fasting is obligatory. It is known that children are not required to fast until a certain age. In Islam, fasting is a mandatory requirement for an intelligent person from the moment he comes of age; this is 15 years for boys, and 9 years for girls according to the lunar calendar.


Namik Babakhanov, sermon: "Ayyami Fatimiyya" (Days of Fatima Zahra)
Theologian Namik Babakhanov, sermon in Ukrainian about Fatima Zahra