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In Ramadan

What is Ramadan?

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 (be (MORE)
In Ramadan

When is Ramadan?

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 yo (MORE)
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Why they celebrate Ramadan?

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 r (MORE)
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When is Ramadan in 2011?

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 (MORE)
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Why do you have Ramadan?

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.
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How did Ramadan com?

FASTING IN ISLAM: There is enough medical literature to support the benefits of fasting but many seem to be not knowledgeable about the spiritual aspects from the Islamic p (MORE)
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How is Ramadan marked?

Ramadan is marked by the phase of the moon. The first day of Ramadan is the first day of a new cycle of the moon's phases. The month of Ramadan should undergo 2 phases of the (MORE)
In Ramadan

Where is Ramadan came from?

Dear seeker, Muslims believe that Ramadan comes fromthe time when the Quran was revealed: Muslims have been fasting in Ramadan for more than 1420 years since they were ordere (MORE)
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What is Ramadan who celebrates it?

Answer It is the ninth month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar that is called Hijra Calendar. Muslims are required generally to fast this month. They celebrate, on the first day (MORE)
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Is Ramadan pronounced as Ramadan or Ramalan?

Of course as Ramadan (رمضان) Even though Ramadan is the dominant pronunciation, in some countries (like Turkey) it is pronounced as Ramazan and in others (like Iraq) it i (MORE)