What spiritual tradition do Muslims observe during the month of Ramadan?
Fasting is a tradion among Muslims in the month of Ramadan.
During the month of Ramadan, Muslims observe a strict fast and participate in pious activities such as charitable giving and peace-making. It is a time of intense spiritual renewal for those who observe it. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims throughout the world observe a joyous three-day celebration called Eid al-Fitr (the Festival of Fast-Breaking).
Yes. Even Islam-derived religions like Druze, Baha'i, and Sikhism do not celebrate Ramadan. If a person considers Ahmadis to be non-Muslims, then the answer changes to No since Ahmadis do observe Ramadan. However, there is much controversy over whether Ahmadis are or are not Muslims by different people.
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/president-obama-celebrates-ramadan-white-house-iftar-dinner
Muslims do eat and drink during the month of Ramadan, however, it is to be noted that during the time of the fast; before sunrise till sunset, Muslims cannot eat or drink anything, given that they have set the intention of fasting. If they aren't fasting or, the time is not the above-mentioned, then there are no restrictions whatsoever towards eating or drinking.
Muslims feel that the food that is available should be food that other Muslims enjoy; as well as oneself. At Ramadan- Muslims feast on ALL of their favorite foods... even foods they were banned to respect during fasting... such as -Pork -Beef -Alcohol Muslims enjoy the Ramadan because it is a time to "pig out" (as one might say)... after Muslims follow their religious path into fasting or starving themselves from Sunrise to Sunset. Water…
Adult, sane, healthy Muslims must fast between dawn and sunset during the Islamic month of Ramadan. We also may observe optional fasts at other times of year. Adult, sane, healthy Muslims must fast between dawn and sunset during the Islamic month of Ramadan. We also may observe optional fasts at other times of year.