Muslims To Observe Holy Month Of Ramadan
August 1, 2011 by staff
Muslims To Observe Holy Month Of Ramadan, About 1.6 million people worldwide will observe Ramadan this month – which is one fifth of all people on the planet. What is Ramadan? It is a month when Muslims fast in an effort to be more patient and spiritually with God. Muslims also offer a greater number of sentences, which is typical for the remainder of the calendar year.
When held on Ramadan? This year extends from August 1 to August 29. In 2012, the holy month will run from July 20 to August 18. The holy month is based on the lunar cycle and in general there is some debate among Muslims and the official start of Ramadan.
What is Eid-ul-Fitr? This is the celebration that comes at the end of Ramadan. It starts with the new moon is, all day 29 or 30 years of speed. No party and celebration with family and food donations for the poor are a key part of the charity occupies a central place in the observance of Ramadan.
How Muslims observe fasting? Many Muslims eat a light meal before dawn and one small meal after sunset, with nothing, not even water consumed during daylight hours.
What other ways do Muslims observe Ramadan? Most try to reach the mosque as often as possible every day, in general, making more visits than they do for the rest of the year. Many also make an effort to read the entire Quran.
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