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16. What are the recommended deeds on the Day of Arafat for those not on Hajj?

Answer: Recommended deeds include fasting, increased recitation of the Quran, making dhikr (remembrance of Allah), giving charity, and making sincere supplications.

17. How does the Day of Arafat enhance a Muslim’s spiritual connection to Allah?

Answer: The Day of Arafat enhances a Muslim’s spiritual connection to Allah through focused worship, sincere repentance, and heartfelt supplications, which deepen their faith and devotion.

18. What role does humility play on the Day of Arafat?

Answer: Humility plays a crucial role on the Day of Arafat as pilgrims stand in simple attire, united in their vulnerability and dependence on Allah’s mercy, fostering a sense of equality and piety.

19. How does the Day of Arafat prepare Muslims for Eid al-Adha?

Answer: The Day of Arafat prepares Muslims for Eid al-Adha by spiritually cleansing them through repentance and fasting, allowing them to celebrate the festival with renewed faith and gratitude.

20. What is the significance of the sunset on the Day of Arafat?

Answer: The significance of the sunset on the Day of Arafat is that it marks the end of the standing at Arafat, symbolizing the completion of this pivotal act of worship and the culmination of pilgrims’ pleas for mercy.

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