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'I AM Your Protector” Event ?at MCC  Features Little Known History
Johanna Jutta Neumann, née Gerechter, is a living symbol of the history of the Holocaust and Muslims' roles as protectors. She spoke at the Muslim Community Center (MCC) in Silver Spring, Maryland, at an event to commemorate the Holocaust survivors and their protectors. 

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Many Muslims approach Ramadan with mixed feelings. On one hand they've heard how the Companions used to eagerly await Ramadan six months in advance. But on the other hand, they genuinely worry about the long hours of fasting (in hot weather in some cases) while they have to work.  Such feelings of anxiety are sometimes accompanied with a sense of guilt that we're not eagerly anticipating the month, like the Companions used to.  The question then becomes, is there anything we can do to lessen this pre-Ramadan anxiety, and hence be better prepared for the Month of Fasting?

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As you proceed on your journey in along the path of self-purification andTazkiyah, in quest of the ultimate goal of Paradise, you will encounter difficulties and hardships. These may often seem insurmountable. Overcoming them may be made easier by a good early grasp of the prerequisites of tazkiyah. These include:

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'I AM Your Protector” Event at MCC  Features Little Known History

Johanna Jutta Neumann, née Gerechter, is a living symbol of the history of the Holocaust and Muslims' roles as protectors. She spoke at the Muslim Community Center (MCC) in Silver Spring, Maryland, at an event to commemorate the Holocaust survivors and their protectors. 

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1. Being considerate of the host’s feelings when you cannot attend:

The food prepared for a guest is a form of generosity to the person invited and a means of welcoming them and showing kindness to them. This kindness must be returned with goodness as Allaah Says: {Is the reward for good [anything] but good?} [Qur'an: 55: 60].

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