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Ramadan

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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.
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people n the era OF hazrat Mohammad PBUH used count stones to remember which surah they have read how many times..means holding two stones means they read surah 2 times if holding three means they read it three times...old people can use these prayer beads just to remeber the no of surrahs other...
No, During Ramadan Muslims cannot eat or drink after fajjar till Maghreb.
before 2000 bc
Ramadan month is the 9th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar that is called Hijra calendar. The lunar calendar year is less than the Solar Calendar (western calendar) by around 13 days. Accordingly, Ramadan month is corresponding fixed month/months in the solar calendar system.
no one Muslims will visit relatives at the end of Ramadan, which is theholiday of Eid ul-Fitr.
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Ramadan in 2009 started on Friday, August 21 and ended on September 19. Due to the differences in moon sightings, Ramadan started on Saturday, August 22 in North America.
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Muslims are commanded by God to fast the month of Ramadan which is the fourth Pillar of Islam 5 pillars. Besides fasting, usually Muslims read Quran at higher rates than any month else. They are more persuaded to pay charities and doing good deeds. They are more tending to praying in mosques. They...
Muslim believe to Allah only one God .
The first day of Ramadan is always one of the best. It's also the busiest in many families. The women run around the house cleaning and cooking a huge meal. Everyone in the morning prays, and reads Quran. All the Islamic schools have that month off along with the Eid of course. So the families...
No, they haven't dances in the month of Ramadan or other months of the year. In addition, Ramadan is a blessed month where Muslims practice fasting and other ritual worships to get closer to God (Allah) the Creator hoping for being rewarded by His mercy and forgiveness.
Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic lunar calendar (called Hijra calendar). Muslims are commanded by God to keep fasting during the month of Ramadan (as one of Islam five pillars). See related questions below for more information.
In Islam, Ramadan is a celebration in which to reflect on the principals of Islam and to make a renewed effort to live your life according to its teachings. Ramadan is also characterized by days of fasting, breaking a days fast at the time of the evening prayer at which time it is appropriate to...
The most populated people in America is Christian, the Muslims population is lower than the Christian people. That cause the Muslims do not have power. which leads their ungoverned leader not participating in America partly in the inner constitutions, law, and other regulations. On other hand,...
Eid al Fitr is very important. It's a celebration for all your hard work and fasting in Ramadan. It's a reward for all Muslims who fast and pray.
the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
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...
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...
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...
Ramadan is celebrated in Lebanon as in any other Muslim country. The first day after end of Ramadan, that is the 1st day of Shawwal month, they celebrate what is Eid-Afetr.refer to related questions for more information.
Ramadan effects the elderly,pple who have medical issues .e.t.c
No Ramadan is a normal month where people work and perform their jobs as in all other months of the year. Some Islamic countries just reduce the working hours by one hour or two just to allow people to prepare food for their breaking fast at sunset. This month is viewed as a motivation for Muslims...
All Muslims must fast during the month of Ramadan, unless you're not Muslim you should be fasting.
During fasting hours, you give up eating, drinking, smoking (if any), and all sexual actions. You are recommended also to give up all what is forbidden, by God in Quran and by the prophet, to say or to do in your normal life days. Yet after fasting hours, you give up nothing (except what is...
Yes except pregnant women or young children from 4-6
Ramadan is the month when Muslims fast to beseech Allah's pleasure. Nothing is called Ramadan festival in Islam.
Ramadan encourages Muslims to keep in touch with Allah. It also encourages Muslims to do the right thing that Allah will approve of. Another thing is that during Ramadan, Allah, holds off all of the devils, (except the maybe the little ones); so anything you do is something you desired, it is not...
well 1st u pray then later theres lots of carnival games.theres also a food stand where u can buy drinks or pizza!!
Muslims celebrate Ramadan, Eid Al Fitr, Eid Al Adha, Mulad Al Naby
During Ramadan, those Muslims who are supposed to fast (mature), will not eat or drink from sunrise until sunset. If it is not Ramadan, Muslims are not obligated to fast, but it can be Sunnah (visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunnah for more information on Sunnah).
They can eat after sundown during Ramadan.
Salah ( namaz) is the main ritual in islam. Then comes Roza (fasting) and zakah (alms).
beginning of September till the end of September
Since Ramadan is a lunar month, it starts at a different date of the Gregorian calendar every year. This year it started on July 20 in some countries, and on the 21st in others. Answer B when you see new moon or become certain from any method that the moon can be seen in your country. for...
The holy month of Fasting on the Islamic calender is called "Ramadan"
Muslims can fast wherever they please.
They refrain from eating, drinking, practicing sex, and smoking during the day time from dawn to sunset.
It is the religious holiday for Muslims. The first Eid al Fitr is celebrated at the end of Ramadan. It is celebrated because it is to show that the month of Ramadan is over and we have fasted and prayed and held our selves from doing the wrong things.
what month was Ramadan in 1965
Ramadan (Arabic : رمضان) is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and the month in which the Qur'an was revealed. Ramadan is the holiest of months in the Islamic calendar, and fasting in this month is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month is spent by Muslims fasting during...
Ramadan is the name of the month in which Muslims fast. Fasting Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam.
There are three things when you break fast . keep 60 fast if not . free slaves (not possible nowadays) . Serve food 3 times to 60 poor or orphan people
It is called the month of Ramadan. It is the 9th month according to the Lunar Islamic Hijri Calendar. Refer to related questions below for more information.
Yes, it does. It is observed every year by Muslims.
When Ramadan ends Eid-ul-fitr happens its for 3 days in joy of holy ramadan basically in families older people give money and gifts to younger people..childeren..!'
Islamic way is that not to cry loudly, be patient and we can just weep but silently.
No. No it is not. Christmas is a day when you get gifts by "santa". Ramadan is the month of allah. Answer 2: Christmas has religious significance to Christians in that it is the day that celebrate the birth of Christ.
Well Easter is celebrated by Catholics and Christians while Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims. Ramadan is a full month of fasting while Easter is not. Easter consists of bunnies and chocolates as a big symbol that everyone has but Ramadan does not have that.
Well the only thing I can think of is that they are both religious holidays each for their religion.
it belongs to the lunar calender. if you saw the crescent in the 29th night of the Arabic month shaaban,the next day will be the Ramadan starts.if you didn't saw the crescent we complete 30 days of shabaan and starts the Ramadan in the next day...
Ramadan in 2011 will start on Monday, the 1st of August and will continue for 30 days until Tuesday, the 30th of August . On the Muslim calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ramadan on the sunset of Sunday, the 31st of July . Although...
It is not a city of the Muslims. It is the month of fasting for theMuslims.
It was on 25 March 1993.
Do not eat anything, drink anything or smoke anything from sunrise to sunset. No bad talking, do not get angry, give charity, have patience, avoid perfumes.
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No, if you are fasting, then you cannot take tablets because your fast will break. However, if you are required to take tablets, then it is not obligatory for you to fast. When you do not have to take tablets anymore, then you will have to make up for that fast on another day or days. For more...
1) If it's already after sunset, the fast will end within minutes(Tisha B'av and Yom Kippur a little later). 2) Otherwise, no, unless you're pregnant, nursing, or at risk ofdehydration.
Eid al Fitr is an Islamic holiday. Muslims around the globe celebrate it every year. In short, everywhere.
yes on 25th of ramazan ..
Of course ; Every Muslim has to fast Ramadan . Exceptions :- . A crazy man/woman . . A very old man/woman , who can't fast , so another one fast fro him . . A pregnant woman who is giving birth in Ramadan . . A woman , at the time of the menstrual cycle .
Ramadan is always a month long. Sometimes a day off.
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).
27th day of Ramadan significant because suspected LAILA _ TUL _ QADDAR on that day.
Assalaamu alaykum!!! Prophet Muhammad PBUH says that there are 124 thousand prophets passed, 313 of them were "Rasool". Others were Nabiy. But 25 of them is mentioned in the holy Quran. Here is the list: Hadhrat is used for Prophets and also for some great Muslims as Hadhrat AbuHanifa etc. 1....
The Prphet Mohammed (P.B.U.H) held every one as a friend because of his kind nature. he had 4 companions that are acounted as his best friends. Abu Bakar (may Allah be pleased with him) Omer Bin Khatab (may Allah be pleased with him) Usman Ghani (may Allah be pleased with him) Ali (may...
Well you hear the khutba for the Eid at your masjid and then you go have fun during the day.
There are no requirements. There is only that during the month of Ramadan, you cannot hear music or anything that may give a Muslim sins, look at anything wrong for example tv, you cannot perform anything that is forbidden in Islam or that the shaytan might do. By the way, during the month of...
In Arabic we say the Sheikh but in English it is the Imam. There are many Imams. You can think of it like in Christianity there are many priests not just one since there are many churches. If there was just one priest and one church everyone who is Christian would go there. So basically, any Muslim...
Ramadan is celebrated because in that month the qura'an was revealed Holy book) and to remember about how the poor suffer from starvation. They get a lot out of it because it helps them to control themselves and how to not eat until midnight.
No, Ramadan is a Islamic festival. Although there are Muslims in India that celebrate Ramadan, but this is not a Hindu festival.
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Well really, nothing. Ramadan is determined by the phases of the moon. Meaning Ramadan usually comes I think a week or two days before the last. It moves up and keeps changing.
Yes Muslims eat once during Ramadan. This is at the very beginning at dawn. I f Muslims eat during Ramadan then they don't love and respect God.
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It is lunar calendar. It is important for Ramadan as Ramadan is the 9th month according to this calendar. Plus, Ramadan is the month when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk as a kind of worship. In history, this is the month when the very first verses of Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. ...
It's the ninth month in the Islamic calendar which is called " Ramadan". Ramadan
Eid al-Fitr, often abbreviated to Eid, is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fiá¹­r means "to break fast"; and so the holiday symbolizes the breaking of the fasting period.
There are 12 months in the Islamic calendar. It is called the Hijri Calendar. The months are: Muharam, Safar, Rabi Al Awal, Rabi Al Thany, Jamad Al Awal, Jamad Al Thany, Ragab, Shaban, Ramadan, Shawal, Thul Kidaa, Thul Hijaa.
God alone knows that. Keeping fast during the month of Ramazan is obligatory on all adult, healthy Muslims provided they do not proceed on a journey, or they are not seriously ill.
INSHA ALLAH RAMADAN will be start on 13 august in 2010......
they change every year so i can't give u an exact answer
- And God forgives those who fasts Ramadan, because the Prophet of Islam. - ("Whoever fasts Ramadaan out of faith and hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven, and the night of Qadr out of faith and hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven. Agreed). - In Ramadan, Islam in the...
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...
There are no differences in Muslim beliefs around the world .
To Help Us Understand What It's Like For The People Who Are Less Fortunate Than Us And Who Don't Get As Much To Eat As We Do.
Because it is "farz" (compulsory/ mandatory) for Muslims.