Islam - Ramadan  Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar during which Muslims across the world observe daytime fasting for a whole month. It is believed that it was during this month that the first verses from the Koran were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. Ramadan ends with Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the most important festivals in the Islamic religion. The practices observed throughout this holy month are detailed in a simple and informative manner.

Islam - Ramadan Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar during which Muslims across the world observe daytime fasting for a whole month. It is believed that it was during this month that the first verses from the Koran were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. Ramadan ends with Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the most important festivals in the Islamic religion. The practices observed throughout this holy month are detailed in a simple and informative manner.

The day after Ramadan ends everyone in the Islamic world is exhausted. One guy sees us on his way to the mosque in Safi and helps us out as no cafes were open.

The day after Ramadan ends everyone in the Islamic world is exhausted. One guy sees us on his way to the mosque in Safi and helps us out as no cafes were open.

As Ramadan ends it becomes the time to say happy Eid  Eid Mubarak for all

As Ramadan ends it becomes the time to say happy Eid Eid Mubarak for all

Eid Ul-Fitr & Eid-Ul-Adha Each Eid festival is marked by the sighting of the new moon Ramadan - 30 day month of fasting Ramadan ends with a celebration called 'Eid ...

Eid Ul-Fitr & Eid-Ul-Adha Each Eid festival is marked by the sighting of the new moon Ramadan - 30 day month of fasting Ramadan ends with a celebration called 'Eid ...

A week before Ramadan ends, disputed Tennessee mosque opens doors

A week before Ramadan ends, disputed Tennessee mosque opens doors

Muslims in central Tennessee moved into their newly built mosque Friday with a week left to go in the holy month of Ramadan, capping a multi-year struggle that included vandalism, threats and

Muharram  Takes its name because fighting is prohibited during it.  Safar  Takes its name from sifr,which means to be empty, because the trails that the Arabs used for travel and business were empty because the sacred months had ended and fighting returned.  Rab'l al -Awal  Took their names from rab'i al-'ashab (dense gas) because it grew during these two months  Jumad al -Awal &

Muharram Takes its name because fighting is prohibited during it. Safar Takes its name from sifr,which means to be empty, because the trails that the Arabs used for travel and business were empty because the sacred months had ended and fighting returned. Rab'l al -Awal Took their names from rab'i al-'ashab (dense gas) because it grew during these two months Jumad al -Awal &

Make this a month where you foster self-discipline, and carry this habit with you after Ramadan ends. Ramadan teaches us about balance…

Make this a month where you foster self-discipline, and carry this habit with you after Ramadan ends. Ramadan teaches us about balance…

Makkah-tul-Mukarramaĥ is the sacred city where the Beloved and Blessed Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam was born. Allah Azzawajal has showered great blessings for the sake of His Beloved Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam.   If a devotee of Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam spends Ramadan in Makka-tul-Mukarramaĥ, keeps fasts over there and offers as many Nawāfil Salāĥ as possible, he will be rewarded equivalent to one hundred thousand Ramadan spent elsewhere, in addition to the reward of…

Makkah-tul-Mukarramaĥ is the sacred city where the Beloved and Blessed Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam was born. Allah Azzawajal has showered great blessings for the sake of His Beloved Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam. If a devotee of Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wa'sallam spends Ramadan in Makka-tul-Mukarramaĥ, keeps fasts over there and offers as many Nawāfil Salāĥ as possible, he will be rewarded equivalent to one hundred thousand Ramadan spent elsewhere, in addition to the reward of…

s all with the privilege of spending the blessed month of Ramadan in Makkah-tul-Mukarramaĥ and worshipping as much as possible, and then, as soon as Ramadan ends, may we get to the sacred tomb of the Noble Prophet Azzawajal  to celebrate Eid, crying and begging him for our ‘Eid presents’ and may we receive our Eid presents from his blessed hands! All this is possible by the mercy of the Blessed Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wasallam .

s all with the privilege of spending the blessed month of Ramadan in Makkah-tul-Mukarramaĥ and worshipping as much as possible, and then, as soon as Ramadan ends, may we get to the sacred tomb of the Noble Prophet Azzawajal to celebrate Eid, crying and begging him for our ‘Eid presents’ and may we receive our Eid presents from his blessed hands! All this is possible by the mercy of the Blessed Rasūl SallAllahu Alaihi Wasallam .

{hot July sun} This Muslim Girl Bakes: Ramadan Ends, Lemon Slush and Sunny Days: 19th July - 25th July 2014

{hot July sun} This Muslim Girl Bakes: Ramadan Ends, Lemon Slush and Sunny Days: 19th July - 25th July 2014

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