During Ramadan, Muslims are not allowed to eat, drink, smoke, or engage in sexual activity from dawn (Fajr) until sunset (Maghrib). Additionally, they are encouraged to avoid engaging in negative behaviors or acts such as lying, gossiping, and other forms of misconduct throughout the entire day, not just during fasting hours.
No, Muslims are not allowed to swallow saliva intentionally while fasting during Ramadan. The general rule is to avoid ingesting anything, including food, water, or any other substances, from dawn until sunset.
The practice of fasting during Ramadan typically includes refraining from engaging in leisure activities, including playing video games. The focus is on spiritual reflection and self-discipline rather than entertainment and distraction. However, the specific rules and practices may vary among individuals and communities, so it's best to consult with a religious authority or follow the customs of your own tradition.
This is to inform you that I would like to take personal leave on Dt 13.09.2010 to 18.09.2010 due to
Ganesh Festival, a religious observance of my native country. Therefore I request that my request for leave be sanctioned.
Thank you very much for any help you can give.
There are many Christians in Israel who speak Hebrew. And you say "Chag Pascha Same'ach!"
No not at all u cant drink or eat anything till at the opening of the fast
eid was on in which date and month in 1982
Prophet Muhammad did not engage himself in one-one fight and instead he used to direct the army and organise the soldiers. Wars in which he participated are: War of Badr
War of Uhad
Seige of Madinah ( War of Trench )
War of Hunain A peaceful conquest was the Conquest of Makkah. The special name given to wars in which Prophet Muhammad participated is Ghazwa and so the battles are frequently written as Ghazwa Badr, Ghazwa Uhad and so on........
Yes,It is one of the pillars of Islam. Also Allah (s.w.t) tells us that every other act of worship we do is for us but when it comes to fasting,we fast for him.If a Muslim brother or sister is unable to fast for some reasons accepted by Islam he/she should pay the days they missed by fasting after ramadhan and if they can not fast still,one should give`kibaba'. After going through this i suggest you consult a knowledgeable person concerning the same
The holy Qur'an is the last heavenly Book revealed by Almighty Allah that testifies the previous heavenly Books like The Torah, The Zaboor, All Books of Old Testament and New Testament, The bible etc. It teaches the Muslims to have following beliefs:
Basic Beliefs of the Muslims:
1. Belief in Almighty Allah (God) Sura Baqra -2. Aya 163: And your Allah is ONE Allah, There is no god but He. He is the Sole Creator, Sustainer, Provider and Ruler of the Universe. He has No Son, No Parents, No off-spring. He is Omnipotent, Omni-Present, All-Knowing, All-Seeing, All-Listening. HE and He alone deserves worship. All powers lie in His Hands. He alone is the Master of the Day of Judgment. He has No Partner, No Associate whatsoever. No one can understand Him completely. There is Nothing like Him. He is Most Merciful, Most Gracious, Most Forgiving..
2. Belief in Angels Created by Almighty Allah Karim from light. They are obedient to Allah Karim. Carry out His commands.
3. Belief in all heavenly books, including Tora, Zaboor, the Bible, the last one being the Qur'an.
4. Belief in all the Messengers of Almighty Allah- No distinction among them. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) being the last Prophet of Islam. NO Prophet after him.
5. Belief in the Day of Judgment. Almighty Allah Karim is the Sole Ruler/Master of that Day. He enjoys the absolute authority to send people to Heaven or Hell.
6. Good and bad Destiny being in the Hands of Almighty Allah. No One can change his destiny.
7. Life hereafter: All the dead will be raised again and judged according to their good or bad deeds. There will be no death to them.
8. Hell and Heaven (Paradise)
These may be further elaborated in the light of the holy Qur'an and the Sahih Hadith.
Five Pillars of Islam:
1. Shahadat: [testimony that there is no god except Allah (God) the One and Only One, having No Partner whatsoever. And Muhammad is His servant and Messenger],
2. Salah: (praying five times a day)
3. Zakah: (specific compulsory charity-2,5% of annual savings)
4. Saum: (fasting during Ramadan)
5. Hajj: (pilgrimage) for each Muslim once in lifetime those who can afford it.
All that has been declared illegal (Haram) by Almighty Allah in the holy Qur'an or by Prophet (SAW) in his doings or sayings. For example:
1. Attributing any Partner or Associate whatsoever with Almighty Allah.
2. Killing any innocent human (irrespective of his caste, creed, color, country, religion)
3. 3. Even halal animals or birds attributed to any idol, holy man, any Deity.
4. Worshiping anything else than Almighty Allah.
7. Usurping the property/belongings of others
8. Backbiting, theft, robbery/rebellion etc.
9. Disrespect of any of the Prophets (May peace be upon them all)
10. Falsehood, fraud, cheating, defaming others
11. Eating flesh of dead animals/birds. Eating flesh of animals/birds declared Haram.
12. Performing any act of prayers against the teachings of the Holy Prophet (SAW)
13. (Bida'at) Inventing or adding any act of prayer not mentioned by the holy Prophet or Khulafai Rashidoon
14. (Bida'at) Deleting/subtracting any act of worship from the actions of the Holy Prophet (SAW).
There was an attempt at poisoning the prophet (pbuh).
It was a Jewish woman from the tribe of Qurayza, after the men had been killed.
She attempted to poison the prophet, but she was not successful, even though the prophet had a taste.
Once he realized it was poison, he called for her...
And asked why she did it.
She gave him the reply, " You killed my husband, and my father, if you are a true prophet you would surely have realised it was poison, if you are a fraud, i would have favoured the people by getting rid of you"
He then forgave her, and let her free.
He died four years later, and as you know.. no poison takes 4 years to kill a man.
So he was not poisoned.
the name of the Muslim bible is the Koran/Qur'an/Quran/Qur'aan... etc.
yes he deos that's the word he prepars for Ramadan and he has the beliefs so he has to do it
no she is Hindu, that's what i heard !
There are no obvious similarities between Hanukkah and Ramadan besides for the coincidence that Ramadan is the ninth month on the Muslim calendar and Hanukkah happens during the 9th month (called Kislev) on the Jewish calendar. Hanukkah is an eight-day minorJewish festival occurring in December during which Jews light candles every evening. Some extra prayers are added to the daily prayers. It's customary to eat certain foods. Ramadan is the Holiest Muslim monthduring which Muslims fast all month during the day. It happens every 12 lunar months and therefor can fall out anytime during the year; each year it starts about 11 days earlier than the previous year (on the "solar" calendar.)
Zakir Naik is 45 years old (birthdate: October 18, 1965).
The first banks in the United States were the Bank of New York, founded by Alexander Hamilton in 1784; the Bank of Boston, also founded in 1784; and the First Bank of the United States, chartered in 1791.
The Muslim calendar is based on the lunar calendar and it does not have any leap years. The Lunar calendar is shorter than the Solar calendar and therefore the Muslim calendar falls out at a different point in the Solar calendar every year.
Muslims should perform all the duties required from him anytime of the year. However, in Ramadan, it is additionally required from them to do these duties more in quantity and quality especially reading Quran, paying charities, praying what is called 'tarawih' after the evening praying of 'Ishaa' besides of course fasting the days of Ramadan. Refer to related question below.
you may not cuse, kidnap, eat, drink, bad activites and i think that's about it
you may not cuse, kidnap, eat, drink, bad activites and i think that's about itQuestion
What is a 'cuse'?
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 traveling where they might not know day from night. Non-Muslims do not have to fast during Ramadan, because it is not their tradition, but in Muslim-majority countries, they should abstain from eating in public.
What we Muslims do is fast that means no eating during the day or morning. We wait until midnight to eat .We do this fasting for about a month and if you did not fast a day for a reason of: sick, old, ,or is to to young. You have to fast another day if you were sick but the other reason are just okay but if you are a adult and does not fasting for no reason you have to fasting 60 daysfor not fasting one day! Big price to pay for one small reason!
what month was Ramadan in 1965