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Recommended prayers -of course in addition to the 5 daily obligatory ones- have special merit in Ramadhan and are well rewarded by the Almighty.

"Whoever offers recommended prayers in it (Ramadhw,) Allah will save him from Hell, and whoever observes in it obligatories, his reward will be that of seventy such obligatories observed in other months. Whoever recites in it blessings (Salawat)on me, Allah will keep the scales of his good deeds heavy (on Judgement Day) whilst the scales of others will be tending to lightness..." *

At least, one should try to perform in this month Tahajjud, the late midnight prayer, which in light of traditions has many-fold benefits. It is called the Believer's Honour and could be performed until the call for the Fajr prayer. Our getting up for the last pre-dawn meal offers us the best opportunity to perform this recommended prayer whose benefits have been described as expiation for past sins, protection against torments of the grave, increase in daily provisions, forgiven~s for the parents, peace of mind and etc.

ImamJa'far as-Sadiq(a.s.)says that it was the habit of the Prophet during the last ten nights of Ramadhan to avoid the company of his wives and spend the nights in worship.

How bountiful is Divine grace, it affords us the chance to compensate for our neglect of prayers in the past, and to ask mercy for our parents or deceased relatives and friends.

Interested readers are advised to consult local scholars or refer to authentic books which deal with recommended prayers in Ramadhan.


Another great blessing of Ramadhan is charity and the giving of alms for the poor and the deprived.


* Was?il ash-Shia. al-Hur al-Amili.

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