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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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no one    Muslims will visit relatives at the end of Ramadan, which is the  holiday of Eid ul-Fitr.
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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...
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...
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.
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...
All Muslims must fast during the month of Ramadan, unless you're not Muslim you should be fasting.
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
The most important activity to be done during the month of Ramadan is fasting (or Sawm in Arabic). Fasting the month of Ramadan is the 4th pillar of Islam 5 pillars. In addition, Muslims in Ramadan are more persuaded to: . do good deeds, . paying charities, . helping the poor, . reading...
They can eat after sundown during Ramadan.
Salah ( namaz) is the main ritual in islam. Then comes Roza (fasting) and zakah (alms).
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 notfree slaves (not possible nowadays)Serve food 3 times to 60 poor or orphan people
Yes, it does. It is observed every year by Muslims.
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.
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 of  dehydration.
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Ramadan is always a month long. Sometimes a day off.
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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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- 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...
Ramadan of year 2010 AD (the ninth month of year 1431 Hijra year) is anticipated to start on the 11th of August 2010. Assuming today is 16th of May 2010, it will be the 2nd of the month Jumada Alakhar (6th month of year 1431 Hijra year. This means around 88 days before Ramadan this year are...
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Right now I can't tell you when Ramadan in 2012 is. It moves back 10 to 11 days in the Gregorian calendar. It also depends on the phasing of the moon.
the real Muslim ummah celebrates eid by: first getting cleaned and wearing new clothes then we go for the special eid prayer eid is a festival of joy and happiness so we exchange gifts and make something sweet!
Before Muslims break their fast they say: (I will write it the best way I can...) Allahuma iny laka somt, wa ala razkeka aftart, faghfirly, ma kadamta wa ma akhart. Zahaba al zama wa abtalatel oorooq, wa sabat, il ajr, inshallah. Or you can just say Bismillah.
No, Muslims cannot drink during the allotted time one is fasting. There are some exceptions though, because if your making wudhu (ablutions) you have to wash your mouth out with water thrice. This is allowed. Also you may brush your teeth during the day, but try not to swallow the water!
Ramadan is the same day all around the world.
Ramadan is usually 29-30 days. Depending on the phase of the moon, the end of Ramadan will be decided. Right now, although we don't really know, Eid is supposed to be on September 10th or September 11th.
As many as you can afford. Usually, from 8 rakats to 20. These are in addition to the concluding 3 rakats that are called 'Al-Shafaa' (2 rakats) and 'Al-Watr' (one Rakatas). These 3 concluding Rakats can be prayed together with one Takbera and with half Al-Tashahud after the second Rakat or as two...
The Islamic Council of Victoria announces: 1st day of Ramadan in Australia will be commencing on Thursday the 12 - 08 - 2010
Okay I don't know what farz is but there's fajr and fard. Fajr is two rakaas. It is mandatory that you pray the sunna before it.
Taraweeh is when you pray in Ramadan at the Mosque. The shaikh (Speaker) has to try to finish the whole Qur'an as well as every other muslim. You have to pray as much as you can for taraweeh.
any age if you can handle it
When you are about to break your fast at Maghrib time, you say: Allahuma inni laka somt, WA alaa riskeka, aftart, faghfirly ma kaddamta WA ma akhart, zahab al zamaa, wab talet il orooa, WA sabat, il ajr, inshallah.
Yeah you can. Just not too much keeping it natural is the best.
If you do then you're not fasting. Fasting in Ramadan means not eating, drinking, or doing anything wrong. Fasting from eating & drinking is from before fajr prayer and after sunset.
In arabic, tasleem comes from tesalim. Means to greet or it could also mean to give everything you have to another person. Like handing in a paper to your teacher can be tesalem warakatek ly al moodaris. Tasleem also means to surrender or to submit. Like you submit everything you have to Allah swt.
Yes because they are Muslim
If you break your fast UN intentionally you will have to keep a fast outside Ramadan to compensate for the fast you broke.whereas if you break your fast intentionally example eating drink or smoking then you will have to fast for a continuous 60 days or if you can not do that then you will have to...
Once the Fajr adan begins you aren't allowed to drink or eat. But there is something called Imsak. It's when you stop eating and drinking 10-15 minutes before Fajr prayer.
On whichever month Ramadan is determined. For example, if Ramadan starts on the first of September, then fasting will also start on the first of September.
A Muslim should not have a girlfriend. In the Islamic religion it is forbidden. Muslims believe that it is a big sin for anyone to go astray and do anything Allah swt has forbade.
yes you could ramadan its only from 5 a.m to 8 p.m after that sure you can do anything you want with your gf or bf its all halal once you give allah the fasting time is required then after that sure you could do whatever you want after 8pm or after the fast break
It all depends on what you eat after sunset and before sunup.So try to avoid eating food containing fat during those times because when you sleep with a full stomac, the food wont be digestived in a good way, causing the increase of the weight.
As a Muslim you fast from sunrise to sunset. The exact times are available on the internet or in the newspaper.
Anything that enters the human body while you are fasting breaks your fast.
Praying Taraweeh is compulsory neither for women nor for men. It is voluntary praying hoping to bring us closer to Allah (God in English) and wishing to be rewarded on by His forgiveness, satifaction, accepting us in His Paradise, and saving us from the Hell Fire. It is your choice, as a man or as a...
there are 93243 zabars in Quran.
Yes, assuming that we are talking exclusively about Muslims, but there are exceptions. The Muslim female that has her 'period' or menstruation cycle cannot fast until it's over and she has showered along with going back into the religion of Islam. The really sick doesn't need to nor does the one...
there's too many to count, but think of it this way, almost all Muslims in the world fast.
Truly, I don't know. Allah is the one who punishes and I am not Allah swt so I can't tell you what's going to happen to you. But I do know you'll most likely get a sin or 2.
Fasting is an obligation to every Muslim. Kids up to the age of 5 don't need to fast but they should begin trying to fast even if it's a half day up to the age of 6 or 7. Once they turn 7 1/2 / 8 years old they must fast.
You can maybe count the ones you've lived but I don't know the number of times Ramadan came in the summer. It also depends how old you are. Your lifetime is different than mine.
Ramadan doesn't necessarily have to be in the summer, it could be any time of the year. Also, it also depends on your age and when you began fasting. Say if your 75 and you began fasting at the age of 5 and you fasted the full month of Ramadan then you most likely fasted 70 times in your lifetime.
Few points - It is the "right" of the poor people to get zakat from the rich. The rich are not doing them any favour. The rich have to obey the orders of Allah. This means that poor should not be ashmed to take zakat. - The poor is doing favour by accepting the zakat and not the other way round....
No you cann't. Not because she is non Muslim but because she is your maid and you are responsible of her living so she doesn't desrve zakat from you. Also, you can't pay zakat to your father or sons.
Sure, if they are able to, the very sick doesn't need to fast but they should make-it up once they feel better, in your case, if you're up to it then of course!
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Arrange your time to read daily one chapter, as minimum, of the Quran 30 chapters.
can eat and drink but only at nights.
Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic calendar. It ends after 29-30 days. This year Ramadan began Wednesday August 11th 2010 and is supposedly ending September 10 or 11th 2010.
Yes because my name is Sabrina but also a christian name because i know someone called Sabrina in a year 6 class and im a muslim
29 or 30 days as any lunar month.
Every night during the month of Ramadan Muslims pray taraweeh. Some pray it in 8 rakaats and other pray in 10 that is leaving out the 3 shaafa and witr. In the taraweeh they read or like the Imam recites a juz every night and at the end says a dua. In the last 10 days of Ramadan, the Muslims pray...
It finishes Friday September 10, 2010.
Ramadan is the Arabic name of the ninth month of the Lunar Islamic calendar, it's the holy month of fasting. The same name "Ramadan" is used to indicate it in English.
Ramadan is the month of daytime fasting in Islamic religion.
absolutely all Muslims celebrate ramadam
The daily fasting period is the day time from Dawn to sunset. Through this period you are not allowed to eat, drink, smoke, or to practice intercourse sex. After sunset, it is necessary to break the fasting by drinking, eating, and/or any other activities you do during the normal not fasting days.
because they aren't allowed to eat during daylight.
The highest reward for any religious ritual is Moksha i.e. place in heaven near god. Answer B: Reward for fasting during Ramadan Gate ar-Rayyan Hadrat Sahl ibn Sa`d (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "Indeed there is a gate of Paradise called ar...
Ramadan is the same around the world. It ended September 10th, 2010. Some celebrated it September 11th 2010.
Last day of Ramadan is on the 9th of September 2010.
ramadam the 5 of november they celebrat eid to tell that it's over.