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The Night of Power: Laylat Al Qadr, Holiest in Islamic Calendar

It was on this night that the Angel Jibreel revealed the first verses of the Qur’an to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

It is believed that by donating your Zakat on the Night of Power you will reap tremendous rewards.

The Most Powerful Nights are Here

The most powerful 10 days of Ramadan are coming. Allah says in the Qur’an, “The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months,” (Qur’an, 97:3).

Traditionally, the Night of Power is considered to fall in the last 10 days of the month of Ramadan and is widely agreed to fall on the 27th night of Ramadan. This year, the Night of Power 2024 is expected to fall on the evening of Friday 6th April, and, on this night, it is thought that every good deed receives higher reward than that of a thousand months of good deeds.

Multiply your blessings on the holiest of nights by donating your Zakat with Orphans in Need and providing orphaned children in need with life-supporting accommodation, education, healthcare, and nutritious meals.

Make your Laylat al Qadr donation with Orphans in Need and help an orphan living in poverty to have an enjoyable Ramadan this year.

Join hands with Orphans in Need to make your Laylat al Qadr donation count and bring joy to an orphan in need during this Ramadan. Your support will ensure that they have a fulfilling and enjoyable Ramadan despite their circumstances.

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FAQs about Laylat al Qadr

The Night of Power is a time of remembrance, when we should be praising and worshipping Allah (SWT) and giving thanks to the guidance He provides throughout our lives. To help you celebrate Laylat al Qadr this year we have provided answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

The Night of Power is widely believed to be the night on which the Angel Jibreel (the Angel Gabriel) first appeared to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to reveal the words of Allah (SWT) in the form of the first verses of the Holy Qur’an. While the Night of Power is officially only one day, it was recorded as falling in the last 10 nights on one of the odd-numbered days of Ramadan. As a result, many communities believe these 10 days should be spent worshipping and making supplications to receive the greatest rewards in this life and the next.

Although there is no official date for Laylat al Qadr, it is widely agreed that the Night of Power falls on the 27th day in the month of Ramadan. In 2024, Laylat al Qadr will be on the evening of Friday 5th April and it’s on this night you should dedicate yourself to reciting the Holy Qur’an and worshipping Allah (SWT).

Laylat al Qadr is only one day but is said to fall in the last 10 days of Ramadan on one of the odd-numbered nights. Consequently, these last 10 days are considered to be the most divine in the Islamic calendar and are a significant time for Muslims all over the world.

As mentioned in the Qur’an, the Night of Power ranks higher than any other night and it is on this night that Muslims can receive blessings equivalent to those received from a thousand months. During these last 10 days of Ramadan, Muslims everywhere spend time studying and reciting the Qur’an, worshipping Allah (SWT) and asking supplications. It is also a night of great charity, and many people choose to give charity on Laylat al Qadr to receive the greatest reward.

Laylat Al Qadr

Often referred to as the Night of Power in English, Laylat Al Qadr or Layalul Qadr is considered the Holiest night of the Islamic Calendar. It was on this night that the Angel Jibrail revealed the first verses of the Qur’an to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

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