The month of purity

The month of Ramadhan has also been called the month of purity. When people observe the Islamic Laws during this month and respect it, they will become purified from filth and pollution. Fasting, reciting the Qur’an as well as the supplications that are meant to be recited in this month result in the erasing of sins and the cleansing of the soul of human beings.

Ayatullah Misbah Yazdi

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