What Is Ramadan According To Quran

The first part of this article is based on an excerpt from Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali Lata'if al-Ma'arif, quoted by Fahd bin Suleyman in Kayf Nastafeed min Ramadan (pp. 48-50). The advice provided by this article is much more important in the last ten nights of RamadanImam Bukhari reports to ' A'isha that the Messenger of Allah (sas) was fastening his belt, spent the night doing Salat and awakening his family during the last ten nights of RamadanRamadan is almost over,  
Of course, Ramadan has a special relationship with the Quran :
"The month of Ramadan is where the Qur'an was sent, a guide for mankind, clear proofs for guidance: the Criterion, so for any of you who testify this month, fulfill the fast." ( Surah al-Baqarah 2: 185)  
The word "thus" (fa) in this ayah leads to the following paraphrase of an aspect of its meaning: " Fast this month because that is where the Quran came down."
Ibn 'Abbas narrates "that the Messenger of Allah (sas) was the most generous person, and that even in Ramadan he was much more generous than usual since Yibril came to him every night and helped him to learn the Quran." (Sahih al-Bukhari)
This hadith contains the following recommendations:
Study the Qur'an in Ramadan ;  
* Join together for this purpose; 
* Check the memory or knowledge of the Qur'an with someone who has preserved it well;  
* Increase the recitation of the Quran in Ramadan ;
* That night time is the best time to recite, when other concerns decrease and it is easier to concentrate, as in Sura al-Muzzammil 73: 6.  
Fatimah (RAA) narrated from his father (sas), who told her that Jibril would rehearse the Quran with him (in Ramadan ) once every year, and did so twice in the year of his death. ( Bukhari 6/485)  
After mentioning the earlier aspects of the SunnaIbn Rahab talks about the situation of the Salafi (the first Muslims) during R amadan :  
When beginning R amad├ín the Imam Malik he kept telling Hadices and sat with knowledgeable people to recite the Koran, while Sufyan al-Thawri leaving other practices and recited the Koran. ' A'isha recited Quran from the first day of Ramadan, beginning just after dawn, until the sun had risen, then slept. While Sufyan al-Thawri left other practices and recited the Quran. ' A'isha recited Quran from the first day of Ramadan, beginning just after dawn, until the sun had risen, then slept. While Sufyan al-Thawri left other practices and recited the Quran. ' A'isha recited Quran from the first day of Ramadan, beginning just after dawn, until the sun had risen, then slept.
The Sahaba really spent much time reciting Quran, especially in Ramadan.  
Compare all of this with our present state, when we talk so much about establishing Islam, strengthening the learning of the Qur'an, etc... and we have so little contact with it, perhaps it takes us all our lives from childhood to reach the end of Its recitation or maybe we'll never be able to finish it! With this we can lose balance in our understanding of Islam, because there are girls that we rarely or never hear or think about them; We repeat only certain ayas again and again; We have lost the context of the verses, the global flow, the argument and balance of the Koran, in which everything is miraculous and beautiful. Because of this ignorance,  
In Sura al-Mu'minun (23:53), there is mention of the people before us (whose steps we would follow), who fragmented their Din into sects ( zuburan), each party rejoicing in what it had. If we understand this, on the basis that the word zuburan   literally means 'books', it is that each sect left the Book of Allah (swt), and concentrated only on the books of its own sect, in such a way that fragment His Din  in these books.  
The biggest mistakes, ridiculous and shallow ideas, and superstitions spread among Muslims when they are outside the Koran, and any small knowledge of the Koran would be enough to correct them.  
So, servants of Allaah, put aside secondary books and concentrate on studying the Blessed Book of Allaah in this Blessed Month, since it is the source of all Knowledge that can be found in other books and even more, and He wasted time, especially in futile arguments and arguments that lead nowhere, and which are a sure sign of losing his way, as the Prophet (sas) said, "Whenever a person loses his way after having been in the right direction, always appeared the discussion between them ( jadl ). "( Ahmad, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah - Sahih al-Jami 'al-Saghir, not 5633.)
Finally, remember that the Messenger (sas) will complain to Allaah on the Day of Judgment that his people neglected the Qur'an ( Sura al-Furqan 25:30).
The abandonment of the Qur'an is of different levels, as Ibn al-Qayyim writes:  
* Do not recite or listen to it;  
Do not study
* Do not transmit your message;  
* Not believing in him.