Why do Muslims celebrate Ramadan?
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
Muslims are commanded by God in the Qur'an to observe Ramadan,
which is the ninth month of the lunar year. It is called the
fasting month. At they end of the month, Muslims celebrate Eid
Al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan.
Muslims follow the Qur'an and the teachings of Prophet Mohammed.
As mentioned in the Qur'an, they have been instructed to pray 5
times a day, fast during the month of Ramazaan, give charity and
perform Haj if they can financially afford to do so. This is why
they fast as it is compulsory for all healthy adults.
The Islamic religion was created with Ramadan, after a incident
took place with Satan the devil and the beloved prophet(s.a.w.)
He was observing fasts for 40 days in the hot Arabian deserts,
when Satan appeared tried to tempt the prophet into eating, but he
didn't give in which was really hard. so that's where an
ayat(sentence) was revealed to fast in a holy month called ramadhan
for 30 days and nights.