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Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and is a time when Muslims exhibit self-control and fast from sunrise to sunset for the whole month. Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, sexual activities, and any bad acts, learning patience, modesty, and spirituality in the process.
Al-Quran: Surat Al-Baqara, Verse 185. Ramadhan is the (month) which was sent down in The Qur'an, as a guide to mankind, also for clear (signs) for guidance and judgement (between wrong and right). So every one of you who is present (at his home)during that month should spend it in fasting. But if a…
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Ramadan is a month of obligatory daily fasting in Islam. It is the ninth month in the Islamic lunar calendar.The month of Ramadan.
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Since I am a girl I would know this. just pretend to just accidentely touch her hand a few times, then softly inter lock your fingers with hers, then hold hands. If she doesn't pull back then she's ok with it. Don't do it at the beginning of the date then it would look like you are desprate.
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It is the sunnah (a practice preferred because Prophet Muhammad, God bless him and grant him peace, did it) to break the fast with dates and water. The iftar meal, most often taken just after sunset or immediately after the maghreb (early evening) prayer, varies greatly from one culture to another,…
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well if you like the girl you might wanna make the first move if she doesnt so you start a conversation and turn it into your realtionship or the way you feel and then if she puts her hand out a lil shes prob waiting 4 you to make a move and well good luck!
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The most important benefit of fasting is obedience to ALLAH (God) as He commanded us to fast the whole month of Ramadan.Second, it leads to spiritual self purification and full submission to ALLAH (God).Third, it is a motivation not to approach what is prohibited to be done by religion. If you used,…
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at the month of ramadan all , from salah al fajr "before sun rise " to salah al majreb "before sun set" this is must for every muslim but some days are option for siyaam like every Monday and thursday and 13,14,15 for every day at the month "hegry" , "moon month" , arafat day but not at hajj , 10…
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It is during the 9th month of the Islamic, or Hijri, calender from sunrise until sunset...!!! The dates can change and the time can change too so wait until Ramadan because you don't know when the first day is. It is Ramadan and it is on different days each year. It lasts for a month and starts and…
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'what month is Ramadan and for how long' There isn't an exact month because Muslims follow the Lunar calendar and it usually last for about 30 days and occasionally 29
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A pregnant woman is allowed not to fast during Ramadan if the physician finds that fasting would affect her pregnancy and harm her child due to refraining herself from eating the necessary nutritional foods. However, she should compensate for not these days by fasting the same number of days but …
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A pregnant woman is allowed not to fast during Ramadan if the physician finds that fasting would affect her pregnancy and harm her child due to refraining herself from eating the necessary nutritional foods. However, she should compensate for not fasting these days by fasting the same number of days…
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The Pillars of Islam say that Muslims should fast during daylight hours during the holy month of Ramadan. The daily fast is broken after the sunset prayer "al-maghreb" with an "iftar", the Arabic word for "breakfast". Muslims are also told to strive to read the entire Qur'an during the month of Rama…
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The Iftar time for all Muslim countries, and places the same. Iftar is right after sunset. Or in other words once Maghrib prayer comes you may eat until dawn.
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Ramadan lasts for approximately one month. The dates are based on the lunar Muslim calendar and change every year. It is either 30 days or 29 days.
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It's not compulsory for a child to fast during Ramadan, though if they wish to fast, they can and will be rewarded for it. Also, it is common for children to practice fasting for half the day or so. This makes it easier when fasting is compulsory for them.
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Answer The restrictions only apply from sunup to sundown, so a pregnant woman shouldn't be lacking in anything. In addition, the religion of Islam makes exception for those with medical issues such as pregnancy.
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Answer 1 During Ramadan, Muslims fast(mostly), pray, read Qur'an, give charity, and more. It strengthens their faith, teaches discipline, gratitude, and humbleness, and in short, makes them a better Muslim. Muslims are commanded by God in the Qur'an to observe Ramadan, which is the ninth month of…
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Answer 1 Throughout Ramadan, most Muslims will not drink or eat anything between dawn and sunset. They believe fasting is a way to show that god is more important than one's own body. They follow the Qur'an based on that they will do what is in that holy book. Such as fasting as written above. refer…
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Iftar is the same for every country. It is once Maghrib Prayer comes.
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19th of Ramzaan is the day on which Maulaana 'Ali (as) who is the successor and the wasi of Rasoolullaah (saws) was attacked with the sword by the cursed Muavije [father of jazzid .al.] in the mosque of Koofaa. Maulaana 'Ali (as) eventually died on 21st of Ramzaan in the Hijri year 40 A.H. Maulaana …
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The Holy Qur'an was first revealed in the month of Ramadan ("The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Qur'an - Chapter 2 verses 185"). The first verses to be revealed was "Read" (Chapter 96 verses 1) on the 17th of Ramadan, 13 years before the Migration of the Prophet to Medina Corresponding t…
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In Islam the ritual of Fasting for thirty days is performed during the month of Ramadan which is also one of the five duties a devotee has to be performed.
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Ramadan is the main pillor of Islam that's why Muslim celebrating Ramadan.
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January 2nd  the last day in Ramadan is Friday 12 octoper
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Eid is a celebration for all the Muslim people.eid means when ibrhim had been order to scarifys his only son then god had stopped him and told him that he was testing his fate and instead told him to kill a sheep
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Answer Muslims celebrate because it is a celebration that we have finished the month of fasting. You know when we fast for a whole month we fast from sunrise to sunset. We brake our fast with dates milk then a good iftar which means food for braking the fast. We also fast because we have to feel …
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Of coarse we do, One of which being "Rabbie Burns Night" or Robert burns night, Where we celebrate by eatring haggis and enjoying a Cèilidh (Traditional Scottish dance) Hogmany is another, Hogmany is the scottish New Years eve, which we celebrate with many fireworks and movies and having family ove…
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Fasting is compulsory duty in Islam , it is compulsory in Judaism and Christianity also .
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That month is called Ramadan.
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Ramadan started on 22 of august when the whole quran was revealed from Allah the most gracious most merciful
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During Ramadan, Muslims remember how Muhammad (PBUH) fasted for the month. - It's One Of The 5 Pillars Therefore It Brings The Muslim Community Together, So The Poor Aren't Left Out; Everyone Is In The Same Situation.
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because it teach them patient and to value things like food and the other people who can't find any.____________________________________________________It is the ninth month in iSlamic lunar calendar; called Ramadan.
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Asalamu Alykum. Well, the Islamic calendar is lunar so the months shift from year to year when compared to the solar Gregorian calendar of the western world. However, this year it's apparently Muharram that begins in November. Muharram is the first month on the Islamic calendar. It is also the secon…
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Well, they usually have a special holiday 3 days long that comes after the end of Ramadan month. The first day is the most important. Muslims go to the Mosque early in the morning and pray, say praise to Allah, and hear a lecture by the shiekh. Then, they eat sweets and get gifts and have fun.Rama…
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Ramadan is not celebrated. Ramadan is the 9th month In The Islamic Lunar Calendar. Muslims fast during the month of Ramadan, because the Holy Quran Was Revealed To Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) During this month. Eid Al-Fitr which occurs after the month of Ramadan is the actual celebration.
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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The Islamic calendar is lunar based and is months begin at the first crescent of a new moon. Ramadan begins the ninth new moon of the Islamic year.
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Some of the major festivals are baisakhi, Diwali and hola mohalla
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Salah, the formal five-times-a-day Islamic prayer, is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is also the criterion that distinguishes a Muslim from a non-Muslim. Non-Muslims offer supplications, fast, tithe, and perform pilgrimmages, but only a Muslims offers salat. If you see someone offering salat,…
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Praise be to Allah! Islam has 1.5 Billion followers. It is the fastest growing religion in the world. More people convert to Islam than to any other religion. The number of practicing Muslims is the highest in the world, christainity comes second.
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Generally speaking, no, Muslims do not celebrate Christmas. According to the scriptures, the celebration of Non Islamic religious festivals is not permitted. However it's not to say no Muslims celebrate Christmas or or make a small gesture like having Christmas dinner, exchanging gifts or getting th…
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Ramaḍān is a Muslim religious observance that takes place during the ninth month (the Islamic month of fasting) of the Islamic calendar; the month in which the Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. Participating Muslims do not eat or drink anything from dawn until sunset in an effort to le…
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During Ramadan, Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, smoking, and practicing sex from just before dawn to sunset. Prayer and reciting the Quran are especially encouraged.Muslim fast during this holy month, and refine themselves from doing any bad things. For example, you can't curse, cheat, do any…
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Ramadan has been celebrated for thousands of years. It is a month of fasting where you may only eat before dawn and after the sun goes down.
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it stays for 30 days it starts about 15 days before it did the past year It ends at the Festival of Eid, which falls on the 30 of September this year.
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Ramadan is not a month to be celebrated , all Muslims around the world fast in Ramadan. The countries who celebrate Eid-El-Futur ( which is the end of Ramadan ) are: -Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria ,Egypt and all of the other Arabic countries. - In addition to Malaysia and some other Islamic Countr…
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Muslims fast in Ramadan for a month. It's not exactly a month, it's about 30 days . Depending upon the sighting of the moon. If the moon of the new month occurs then it is eid and if it doesn't then the other day will be a fast too.
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The rules of Ramadan are for the Muslim person to not break his or her fast until sunset, to not say anything wrong as in cursing or saying anything mean to another person, to not look at anything or anyone doing or is inappropriate, to pray all the prayers, to read Quran, to be kind, to not watch t…
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Ramadan is the name of one of the Islamic calender month Answer Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. It is during this month that Muslims observe the Fast of Ramadan. Lasting for the entire month, Muslims fast during the daylight hours and in the evening eat small meals and visit with…
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It's called " Laylat Al-Qadr", which can be translated as the night of power or fate or of Grace.
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Ramadan is not a religion, it is a month within the Islamic calendar.
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Fasting is considered to be important to Muslims because the Islamic faith is built on five pillars: Shahadah (or the declaration of faith), Salat (prayer five times a day), Sawm (fasting), Zakat (paying alms to charity), and Hajj (the holy pilgrimage to Mekkah). Fasting, especially during Ramadan i…
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Every part of the world has people and places that celebrate the month of Ramadan. The most places are the Islamic countries like: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Yemen, United Arab Emirates....
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In every Muslim/Islamic country, by Muslim/Islamic people . -WRONG.It is celebrated in all parts of the world, BY Muslim/Islamic people in their houses. (NO shoes are to touch the room) The room has mats on the floor to be sat upon and a radio to listen to the speaker, talking religious beliefs... s…
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Ramadan is part of being a true Muslim. Muslims all over the world fast from sun-up to sun-down. the reason for the celebration is when prophet Mohammed first received the words of Allah or in other words GOD. Ramadan comes one month a year and it is close to the end of the year. They do this to rem…
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Ramadan celebrates Mohammad's receiving the Qur'an and offers an opportunity for Muslims to purify and hallow themselves before the Creator. Muslims celebrate this by fasting while the sun is up for the entire month of Ramadan (the 9th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar).
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Ramadan (ninth month of the Islamic calendar) begins once the 8th month of the Islamic calendar is over. It coincides with the new moon which signals a new cycle and a new month. The date fluctuates with the lunar cycle, beginning the day after a New Moon and progressing for 29 days. The observance…
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Muslims observe Ramadan. It is a month of fasting which moves each year as it is calculated according to a lunar calendar. President Barack Obama has started a new tradition at the White House in honor of Ramadan. According to the official White House site: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/08/14/…
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Monday, September 1, 2008 as the moon will be visible in south America tonigh and we are 2on 31/08/08
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It is celebrated by fasting from dawn to dusk or i think the opposite but it is one of these from day to night
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During Ramadan, you are allowed to eat all the foods that Muslims - according to Islam - are usually allowed to eat. The following foods are popular during this time, although they are personal preferences and not a religious requirement: lavash, pitas, soups and many light foods.
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Ramadan 2008 starts September 1st or August 31. it is all based on where you are.God willing Ramadan begins on August 31, 2008 and ends on September 29, 2008 for North, Central and South America. However Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, and Australia start on September 1. The Night of Destiny (Nig…
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Ramadan 2008 it starts today the 1st of September according to the moon. = When is Ramadan in 2008? = Ramadan in 2008 will start on Monday, the 1st of September and will continue for 30 days until Tuesday, the 30th of September. Based on sightability in North America, in 2008 Ramadan will sta…
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http://www.sunnah.org/ibadaat/fasting/fast.html This_is_a_common_but_interesting_question_which_a_child_may_ask_his/her_parents._Non-Muslim_may_also_pose_it_to_a_Muslim._Here_are_some_possible_reasons_why_Muslims_observe_a_marathon_one-month_fast_during_Ramadan.">This is a common but interesting…
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramadan#Origins_of_Ramadan
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Praise be to Allah 114 surahs are in quran Allah knows the best #Surah (Chapter)Surah meaningRevealed inAyah numberSujda in Ayah1سورة الفاتحة - Al-FatihaThe Opening Mecca7--2سورة البقرة - Al-BaqaraThe Cow Madina286--3سورة آل عمران - Aal-e-ImranThe family of Imran …
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In Ramadan, Muslims eat once before dawn and then they fast all day until sunset. After sunset they can break their fast with whatever they want but it is recommended to break fasting with dates and water. Then, Muslims can eat whatever they want as long as it is not haram (not allowed). Refer to t…
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You Can eat or drink any *Halal* food after Sundown.
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It overhauls your body as during a planned maintenance shutdown of machines. answer: In the bodies of fasting people, epinephrine and cortisone hormones mix into the bloodstream more easily. These hormones have effects also on cancerous cells. They serve as a shield against cancer; that is, they pre…
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This year (2014) it will be the month of July. Last year it was in July-August. Ramadan is according to the Islamic calendar but also by moon sighting so it usually moves every year on when exactly it starts.
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The two main religious holidays in Islam are Eid-Ul-Fitr (often shortened for Eid) and Eid-Ul-Azha (sometimes referred to as Bakra-Eid) The first one comes right after the holy month of Ramadan (in which Muslims fast from sun rise to sun set). This holiday is celebrated by wearing colorful clothes,…
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When the moon of Ramadan is seen , the Fasting will be started and moon of Shawwal is seen the fasting will be end
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ramandan this year is on 2010 aguast
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Ramadan is a Muslim event. It is celebrated by Muslims, so wherever Muslims are, that is where Ramadan is.
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Ramadan is the holiest of spiritual activities undertaken by Islamists. It has a duration of one month, charted by the moon as Islam uses a lunar calendar of 354 days. Ramadan celebrates the time Mohammed spent in a cave near Mecca writing down the verses of the Qur'an as dictated by the angel Gabri…
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It was ordered by God in the Quran: "The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Qur'an, a guidance for mankind, and clear proofs of the guidance, and the Criterion (of right and wrong). And whosoever of you is present, let him fast the month, and whosoever of you is sick or on a journey, (let …
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nobody found Ramadan. Muslims have five important duties one of them is Ramadan and its is metioned in the holy Quran
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Ramadan is a holy month observed during the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, and the exact dates change from year to year. Basically its a little over 1 month of fasting, prayer, and self-sacrifice. It is a time to focus on your relationship with God. This means that Muslims cannot eat fro…
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I'm going to refer you to a website that should answer your questions better than I can: http://www.ezsoftech.com/ramadan/Hope this helps =]
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Medical and health benefits of fasting:In the bodies of fasting people, epinephrine and cortisone hormones mix into the bloodstream more easily. These hormones have effects also on cancerous cells. They serve as a shield against cancer; that is, they prevent the growth of cancer cells. Indeed, the b…
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They can eat after sundown during Ramadan.
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Muslims will reach heaven if they follow the five pillars of Islam and do everything that Allah and Prophet Mohammad p.b.u.h. told us to do. Another is reading and memorizing the Quran. If you do all that then you will be guaranteed Janah (heaven).
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I think a true Muslim can only say Allah'hu'alim (God knows best)   I have some very good links for you about Jesus pbuh and the Mahdi... Look at this 6 part serie so you won't be one of the fools when the Mahdi comes. http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=kH6qrsJ5QL8&feature=related - part 2 pa…
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Yes. Jordanians celebrate Ramadan as they are almost all Muslim.
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Yes. There are Ramadan celebrations all over Turkey, even along the Western seaboard where people are traditionally more liberal and may be less inclined to fast. Unlike more religious countries, though, it is socially acceptable not to fast for Ramadan and there are numerous restaurants that will…
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As a muslim, you cannot escape the fasting of ramadan. It is compulsory for every healthy, adult muslim. The sin of not fasting for even a single day in ramadan is great and cannot be offset by fasting for even whole life. So the best advice is that, if you want to enter paradise, do fast
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Yep, Muslims celebrate Ramadan. You got the spelling wrong though.
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It's expected to begin with the beginning of August. On the 1st August til the 31st August... Ramadan Karem
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depends after or before fasting
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It all depends on the time of year that Ramadan falls in. If Ramadan falls during winter the time is shorter since usually iftar time is sometimes around 5 or 6. But as the days get longer so does the time. Right now in the year (2010) maghrib is around 8:30-9:00 and Fajr is at 4.
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Islamic Calendar (a lunar calendar) is 11 days shorter than Solar Calendar. If, for example, Ramdan started in the fisrt week of, say, June of solar calendar, the next year, Ramdan will start in the last week of May. Hence, Islamic dates keep changing with respect to solar calendar. Ramdan does not …
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At the end of Ramadan, Muslims throughout the world observe a joyous one day feast or celebration (could be extended to three-day celebration) called Eid ul-Fitr (the Festival of Fast-Breaking). Eid al-Fitr falls on the first day of Shawwal; the 10th month that follows Ramadan month in the Islamic c…
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Answer Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar calendar. Muslims practice fasting for the entire month of Ramadan. Muslims are obliged to abstain from all food, drink, use of tobacco, and conjugal relations from dawn till sunset. However, that is merely the physical component of the fast; …
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I believe it's all countries.
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Ramadan is one month each year. Muslims use the Hijri calendar not the Gregorian calender.
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Wikipedia has a great amount of information on "Ramadan". It appears to begin on the 1st of September this year (2008). You can review this, and more by using the below link.
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These were the following people who washed and buried the Prophet. Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (He was the first to offer the prayer). Abbas ibn Abdul Muttalib Fadhl ibn Abbas Qathm ibn Abbas Usama bin Zayd bin Haritha Aus bin Khuli Ansari Nama-e-janaza was offered by many people, who ever was com…
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The first year that Ramadan was first observed in unknown. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and a month where Muslims fast.
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