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20 May 2018 / 5. Ramadhan 1439

Ramadan Feed Your Soul Series

Updated on 12 March 2018

This Holy Month of Ramadan we will be reflecting on a Qur'an verse a day by looking into the translation and the meaning behind each selected verse.
The first 5 videos will be an introduction to Shahr Ramadan and for the rest of the Holy month we will focus on Akhlaq.
We've added reflections\challanges at the end of each video for you to take something away and include it in your everyday life.
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1. Day One  -  How will I make the Most out of this Shahr Ramadan?

2. Day Two  -  Feasting at the Banquet of Allah (swt)

3. Day Three - Qur'an - A Book for Life

4. Day Four - Connecting to the Infinite 


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