Are the acts of excelling in family relations, maintaining good ties of kinship, increasing Qur’an recitation, and increasing charity to the poor, more preferred in Ramadan?

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It’s preferred for a Muslim to spend in charity in Ramadan and increase in recitation of the Qur’an, especially in the last ten days of Ramadan.

Ibn ‘Abbas (ra) reported: The Prophet pbuh was the most generous of the men; and he was the most generous during the month of Ramadan when Jibril visited him every night and recited the Qur’an to him. During this period, the generosity of the Prophet pbuh was greater than the rain bearing wind.

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