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Congratulation of the Mufti of Tatarstan on the holiday of Uraz-Bayram

9 August 2020

Bismillahir-rahmanir-rahim

Assalama Alaikum va Rakhmatullahi va barakyatuha

Dear brothers and sisters!

On behalf of the Spiritual Board of Muslims of the Republic of Tatarstan and on my own behalf, I cordially congratulate you on the great holiday of Eid al-Fitr – Uraza-Bayram!

Seeing the blessed month of Ramadan, every Muslim’s heart embraces mixed feelings: we rejoice that the long-awaited holiday now comes, but we are more sad because such valuable gifts as repeated rewards for good deeds, fraternal iftar, taravih-namaz, sincere alms of fitr are given to us in the month of Ramadan. The famous Muslim scholar Ibn Hajar al-Askalani (Rahmatullahi alayhi) in his famous work Fatah al-Bari, which is a commentary on the Hadith collection Sahih Bukhari, said: “The desire for the end of Ramadan is one of the great sins”.

Ramadan is the month of doing good deeds and giving up bad habits. Praise be to Allah, one of our brothers and sisters this month embarked on a daily prayer, someone was fortunate enough to learn to read the Honorable Kur’an and learn the rules of tajwid. I sincerely hope that someone realized the true value of the family and restored kinship, friendship and fraternal relations, which were forgotten for various reasons. In this holy month, lonely and oppressed people, seriously ill patients, poor people and orphans, all in whom wounded and tired hearts are beating, have found spiritual healing, good patrons, friends and companions. Nursing homes, the disabled and orphanages, hospitals and prisons – the joy of the blessed month has come to all. In short, Ramadan gave us all the opportunity to plunge into the world of spiritual purity and brotherhood. Now it only depends on us whether we will leave this spiritual state only for Ramadan or will change ourselves and our lives forever after Uraz Bairam.

Dear fellow believers! I congratulate you on the blessed Uraza-Bayram and urge you to give presents to relatives, colleagues, friends and especially children – let the joy of the holiday be felt everywhere! I wish you the satisfaction of Allah and His Grace, happiness in both worlds, strong Iman and the opportunity to work for the good of Islam. May the Almighty Allah take our fast and all our good deeds! Happy holiday! Amine.

Mufti of Tatarstan

Camille hazrat Samigullin